Pine colony. nuggets

Name: Pine colony.

Synonyms: Rosin

Species: Natural


Pine colony

Rosin (Greek colophony from the name of Ionic Kolofon colony) - soft resin of natural origin, residue after distilling turpentine from conifer resin (mainly pine).

Rosin is a fragile substance, very brittle, glassy, ​​translucent, from yellow to dark red to dark brown.

It has a characteristic resinous fragrance. It is also fusible and flammable. It dissolves well in most organic solvents: acetone, amyl, butyl, ethyl and methyl alcohol, gasoline, carbon tetrachloride, ethyl ether, xylene, toluene and terpentine oil. It does not dissolve in water. Colophony saponify hot solutions of bases.

Application

in the pharmacy recipe, as a component of the ESP Emplastrum meliloti, FP VI

as a very good flux when soldering with lead-tin alloy;

for rubbing strings of string instruments to increase the roughness of the bristle and thereby increase its grip to the strings.

once handballs were spreading rosin on their hands to improve ball grip, which made it easier to grab.

in polyurethane inks as a binder, which at the same time improves the paint's smeary properties;

as well as a component of varnishes, varnishes, soaps, wax, plastics, rubber;

in ballet and dance, used to obtain high adhesion of ballet shoes or other footwear to the ground;

dissolved in alcohol, as a varnish to protect against oxidation and to facilitate the soldering of printed circuit boards made using the home method.

warning

At this auction, we sell rosin in lumps, however, due to the fragility of the material, the pack may contain 5-10% of rosin powder or smaller particles

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Pine colony. Kalafonia sosnowa 1kg Pine colony. nuggets

Pine colony. nuggets Name: Pine colony. Synonyms: Rosin Species: Natural Pine colony Colophony (Greek colophony "from the colony Kolonia Ionic name) is a soft resin of natural origin - a residue after distilling turpentine from conifer resin (mainly pine). It is a brittle substance, very brittle, glassy, ​​semi-transparent, with a yellow, dark red or dark brown color. Rosin has a characteristic resinous fragrance. It is fusible and flammable. It dissolves well in most organic solvents, including acetone, amyl, butyl, ethyl and methyl alcohol, gasoline, ethyl ether, xylene, toluene, carbon tetrachloride and turpentine oil, but does not dissolve in water. Colophony saponify hot solutions of bases. Application - in the pharmacy recipe - a remedy component, - flux during soldering with lead-tin alloy, - rubbing the bristles of strings in string instruments to increase bristle roughness and its grip to strings, - formerly used by handballs to lubricate the hand in order to improve the grip of the ball, - binder in polygraphic paints improving the paint's smeared properties, - a component of varnishes, varnishes, soaps, sealing wax, plastics, rubber, - used by dancers to obtain high adhesion of ballet shoes or other footwear to the ground, - dissolved in alcohol - as a varnish to protect against oxidation and to facilitate the soldering of printed circuit boards made using the home method. Warning! Rosin is sold in lumps, however, because of the fragility of the material, the pack may contain 5-10% of rosin powder or smaller particles.

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