A survey of American writing fluids

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Horton, Thomas Y.
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McKinley, Lloyd
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1936-05
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Twenty-six writing inks have been examined, with the purpose of comparing them with those examined by Munson in l906, and of ascertaining their relative merits . Collectively, they prove equal to the older inks. So far as identification is concerned, they render the identification tests of Mitchell and Osborn inadequate. These twenty-six inks have been rated after deliberation on the foregoing determinations and tests. Although it is expected that exceptions will be taken to these conclusions, yet it seems incontrovertible that modern inks, departing from the assumption that absence of iron precludes acceptability, demonstrate a comparatively high degree of effectiveness.

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Thesis (M.S.)-- University of Wichita, Department of Chemistry
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Wichita State University
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