Another coat is given, made with calcined white lead or massicot, ground in linseed oil and turpentine.
It is manufactured in two forms, known as “massicot” and “litharge.”
When prepared below the temperature of fusion it is called “massicot.”
massicot and orpiment, he considers as those which have been the least permanent amongst all the mineral colours.
massicot, mas′i-kot, n. protoxide of lead or yellow oxide of lead.
The white lead and massicot, so much employed for glazes, are 62 per cent.
It may be obtained by digesting with heat a solution of the neutral acetate, upon pure litharge or massicot.
massicot is the raw material for the manufacture of “red lead” or “minium.”