Definition of Lithopones
1. lithopone [n] - See also: lithopone
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Literary usage of Lithopones
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistr (1902)
"All these characteristics were observed when attacking lithopones which had given abnormal analytical results with dilute acetic »cid. ..."
2. Treatise on Applied Analytical Chemistry: Methods and Standards for the by Vittorio Villavecchia (1918)
"The best lithopones are those rich in zinc sulphide and the different qualities are distinguished according to their content of the sulphide. ..."
3. Paint Researches and Their Practical Application by Henry Alfred Gardner (1917)
"When lithopones are made containing as high as 50 per cent zinc sulphide, the hiding power has not been found substantially greater than that of lithopone. ..."
4. Materials for permanent painting: A Manual for Manufacturers, Art Dealers by Maximilian Toch (1911)
"... but this cannot be urged at present for the reason that the majority of the lithopones are acted upon by light and turn gray, although there are a ..."
5. Tariff Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of by United States Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means (1908)
"... the American lithopone has now been brought to such a stage of perfection that it is replacing the German and English lithopones in the American market. ..."