Rosin Oil
Title: Rosin Oil
Additional Names: Rosinol
Literature References: Obtained by dry distillation of rosin.
Properties: Yellow, viscid, fluorescent, oily liquid. bp >280°. Insol in water; sol in ether, oil turpentine and other oils. It dissolves phosphorus, sulfur, camphor, phenols, and many other organic compds.
Boiling point: bp >280°
Use: Manuf of carbon black for lithography and printing inks; in varnishes, retinol colors, lacquers, brewers' pitch, axle greases.

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