[verb rez-uh-neyt; noun rez-uh-nit, -neyt]
- to treat with resin, as by impregnation.
- Chemistry. any of the salts of the acids found in rosin.
Origin of resinate
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Examples from the Web for resinate
They are bucked or boiled for 15 or 16 hours in a solution of resinate of soda, and then washed as before.
The resinate solution is withdrawn, acidified, and the resin acids collected, dried and weighed.The Handbook of Soap Manufacture
W. H. Simmons
It is the opinion of some, however, that the resinate driers are not as well suited for durability as oxide driers.Paint Technology and Tests
Henry A. Gardner
It is doubtful how far the reaction is completed so as to produce an exactly neutral solution containing only resinate of soda.The Manufacture of Paper
Robert Walter Sindall
- (tr) to impregnate with resin
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Word Origin and History for resinate
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