cements, almond paste



cements, almond paste defined in 1909 year

cements, almond paste - Cements, Almond Paste;
cements, almond paste -
  1. Ground almond cake, from which the oil has been expressed, is mixed up with an equal weight of whiting, and made into a stiff paste with water. It soon becomes very hard and tough. It is much employed for luting stills, retorts, etc., when the heat does not exceed about 320° F. (160° C.); it is capable of resisting the fumes of volatile oils, spirits, weak acids, etc., for some time.
  2. Ground almond cake as (1), or linseed cake, is added to starch paste and gum-water.


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