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linoleate

/ (lɪˈnəʊlɪˌeɪt) /
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noun
an ester or salt of linoleic acid
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How to use linoleate in a sentence

  • It is of a semi-drying nature, but may be made to dry rapidly when mixed with manganese and lead linoleate driers.

  • Action between the pigment and the oil, resulting in the formation of iron linoleate, may account for this property.

  • To each formula was then added a sufficient amount of pure lead and manganese linoleate drier to give proper drying qualities.

  • Corroded white lead showed considerable action, resulting in the formation of lead linoleate or some other organic compound.

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