collinite

collinite

[′käl·ə‚nīt]
(geology)
The maceral, of collain consistency, of jellified plant material precipitated from solution and hardened; a variety of euvitrinite.
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Organic maceral and vitrinite reflectance of oil shale and mudstone samples from [K.sub.2][qn.sup.1] Borehole Sample Depth, Lithology Oil Sapropelic Liptinite m yield, group (a), (b1+b2), % % % Sapropelic amorphous SY-53 172.94 Oil 6.6 95.0 -- SY-10 SY-57 183.4 shale 4.66 96.7 -- SY-60 195.12 2.38 96.7 -- SY-85 127.98 1.88 95.0 -- SY-8 SY-87 144.85 Mudstone 1.7 95.0 -- SY-88 156.7 1.12 95.0 -- SY-92 173.25 0.32 95.0 -- SY-93 233.62 1.48 93.3 -- SY-9 SY-96 244.62 Oil 4.48 93.3 -- shale Borehole Vitrinite Inertinite TI Type Ro% (c), (d), of % % kerogen Collinite Fusinite 1.7 3.3 90 I 0.66 SY-10 -- 3.3 93 I 0.65 -- 3.3 93 I - 1.7 3.3 90 I 0.5 SY-8 1.7 3.3 90 I - 1.7 3.3 90 I 0.51 1.7 3.3 90 I - 1.7 5.0 87 I 0.54 SY-9 1.7 5.0 87 I 0.55 Note: "--" represents no data.
1955: At the Collinite Auto Wax booth on the display floor, a 1951 Cadillac sedan is used as the example to demonstrate the company's product, billed as the "permanent" auto wax.
Waxes for stainless steel such as Star Brite Premium Polish, Woody Wax or Collinite Insulator Wax help prevent corrosion.