bone black


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Synonyms for bone black

black substance containing char in the form of carbonized bone

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He first drew a frame like a steel armature with graphite and then painted it with bone black pigment in an act similar to covering of the frame with chicken wire and then layers of cement.
Numerous studies have been published concerning bone black identification through the detection of phosphates by microdestructive techniques (SEM-EDS, micro-Raman, micro-FTIR, and micro-XRD) [3, 9, 10].
An additional serial debugging port from each Beagle Bone Black is made available for local access.
Bone black pigment specialty products characterized by high masstone, easy dispersibility, low oil absorption, and low cost.
BONE BLACK: MEMORIES OF GIRLHOOD (Henry Holt and Co., 1996), a powerful and intimate account of growing up in the South, by bell hooks.
In Mule Bone black oral culture stands as the supreme triumph over white oppression, and thus it is not coincidental that its Afro-American aesthetics is encouraged by humor.
That bell hooks's Bone Black: Memories of Girlhood falls into both categories is clear from its first pages.
Bone black pigments are specialty products reportedly characterized by high masstone, easy dispersibility, low oil absorption and low cost.
Company's bone black pigments are specialty products reportedly characterized by high masstone, easy dispersibility, low oil absorption and low cost.