collodion is a good material for cleaning glasses when they are not very dirty.
N which in those spun from collodion is present in the form of nitric groups.
Apply it just as a photographer coats his glass plate with collodion.
This, when shaken up and completely dissolved, forms the collodion.
The colours would then be burnt in, and the varnish and collodion film cleared off.
The second sample of collodion which you have used is over-iodized.
In some cases the carte itself was gelatinized, dried, and damped, and placed in contact with the collodion film.
This is a common occurrence when the ether or the collodion is acid.
Decompose hyposulphite by waste nitro-sulphuric acid from manufacture of gun-cotton for collodion.
It dissolves the cantharidin, and at the same time gives to the collodion film the essential property of porosity.
collodion col·lo·di·on (kə-lō'dē-ən)
A highly flammable, colorless or yellowish syrupy solution of pyroxylin, ether, and alcohol, used as an adhesive to close small wounds and hold surgical dressings, in topical medications, and for making photographic plates.