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Prior to spreading it out on the plates, about 4% or 5% of thick mucilage is commonly added.
COOLEY'S CYCLOPDIA OF PRACTICAL RECEIPTS AND COLLATERAL INFORMATION IN THE ARTS, MANUFACTURES, PROFESSIONS, AND TRADES..., SIXTH EDITION, VOLUME IARNOLD COOLEY
To effect this object the mucilage should be thick, and the tracing paper should be dampened with a sponge after it is pasted.
MECHANICAL DRAWING SELF-TAUGHTJOSHUA ROSE
At last we seem to have a mucilage brush that is going to answer every requirement.
THE GREAT ROUND WORLD AND WHAT IS GOING ON IN IT, VOL. 1, NO. 29, MAY 27, 1897VARIOUS
The new brush is so arranged that it does not touch the mucilage, but is held above it by a spring in the handle.
THE GREAT ROUND WORLD AND WHAT IS GOING ON IN IT, VOL. 1, NO. 29, MAY 27, 1897VARIOUS
Impregnate the tissues with mucilage for twelve to twenty-four hours, according to size.
THE ELEMENTS OF BACTERIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUEJOHN WILLIAM HENRY EYRE
In babbitting a solid box cover the shaft with paper, draw it smooth and tight, and fasten the lapped ends with mucilage.
FARM ENGINES AND HOW TO RUN THEMJAMES H. STEPHENSON
Honey, glycerine, and mucilage acacia equal quantities of each sufficient to make into a paste of the desired consistence.
SECRETS OF WISE MEN, CHEMISTS AND GREAT PHYSICIANSWILLIAM K. DAVID
Chemically the mucilage is simply a modification of cellulose.
BIRDS AND ALL NATURE VOL VII, NO. 1, JANUARY 1900VARIOUS
This is now to be boiled with fresh water, until it forms a mucilage, stirring the whole time.
COOLEY'S CYCLOPDIA OF PRACTICAL RECEIPTS AND COLLATERAL INFORMATION IN THE ARTS, MANUFACTURES, PROFESSIONS, AND TRADES..., SIXTH EDITION, VOLUME IARNOLD COOLEY
A tenacious mucilage will be produced, almost entirely soluble in water.
A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINESANDREW URE

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