A record would spend years in larval form as an acetate, the big waxy master from which copies were made.
After five minutes the wood is washed, and grained with acetate of iron (the ordinary iron liquor of the dyer) at 20° Tw.
The cotton is first steeped in a bath of acetate of lead of about 10° Tw.
Or we may pad first in a solution of acetate of lead containing a little glue; dry, and pad in solution of bichromate of potash.
The weighting agents most generally used are sugar and acetate of lead.
It is allowed to settle, filtered and washed with a solution of acetate or of nitrate of ammonia.
The acetate is not crystalline, that of strychnine is so (p. 321).
The1625 commercial salt, or mauve, is the acetate, or sometimes the hydrochlorate.
acetate of Lead is contained in a pill, a suppository, and an ointment.
He has also used the simple sulphate of alumine in order to procure the acetate of this base.
acetate ac·e·tate (ās'ĭ-tāt')
A salt or ester of acetic acid containing the radical group CH3COO.