pyroxylin


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highly flammable nitrocellulose used in making collodion and plastics and lacquers

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Synthesis of chemicals such as benzidine, quinoline, azobenzene, pyroxylin compounds, and isocyanates.
Insects were dipped into a collodion solution (Collodion Flexible USP, Alcohol 22%, Ether 67%, Pyroxylin 4.75%, Camphor 2% and Castor Oil 3%, HUMCO, Texarkana, TX 75501), and allowed to stand at room temperature until the layer was solidified but not hardened (approximately 45 min) (Delp 1954; Kimbrough 1963).
pyroxylin, cellulose nitrate, polystyrene, nylon, silicone rubber, and polyamide).
The chemical gas, cellulose nitrate (occasionally referred to as pyroxylin), is made by the action of nitric and sulfuric acids on cellulose material such as cotton, forming a plastic-like substance.
From 1938 to 1962 he worked for Pyroxylin Products, Chicago, IL, as a developer of lacquers and adhesives.