cement, fat

cement, fat defined in 1909 year

cement, fat - Cement, Fat;
cement, fat -
  1. Clay is dried, powdered, sifted, placed in an iron mortar, and incorporated with drying oil, added gradually, the whole being well beaten up till the mass assumes the consistence of a fine paste. It should be preserved under a coating of oil, to prevent it drying up. It resists the action of corrosive gases, but inconveniently softens by exposure to heat.
  2. Plaster-of-Paris mixed with water, milk, or weak glue. Stands a dull-red heat.

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