rosin oil


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rosin oil

[′räz·ən ‚ȯil]
(materials)
Viscous, water-insoluble, white-to-brown liquid; soluble in ether, chloroform, carbon disulfide, and fatty oils; distilled from rosin; used as a lubricant and in adhesives, inks, and linoleum.
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This means that 86 percent of the hydrocarbon containing portion of the total deposit ([approximately equal to]35%) is in fact rosin and complex acids of rosin oils derived from the input wood flakes during pressing under temperature, and that 14 percent of the 35 percent, or 4.
This means that 64 percent of the hydrocarbon containing portion of the total deposit ([approximately equal to]91%) is in fact rosin and complex acids of rosin oils derived from the input wood flakes during pressing under temperature, and that [approximately equal to]27 percent of the [approximately equal to]91 percent, or [approximately equal to]25 percent of the total sample, is hydrocarbons that might be attributed to a combination of wax, hydraulic oil, thermal oil and/or gear oil and grease.
Further analysis showed that [approximately equal to]64 percent of the [approximately equal to]91 percent was, in fact, complex structure of rosin and acids of rosin oils.