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Glossary of terms

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When it is necessary to glue objects subject to the action of acids, such as cuvettes, ordinary glue or cement is not suitable, as if it is eaten up by acids. The best for this purpose was the glue, which is a mishmash of rubber, coal tar is also asphalt, densely dissolved in a mixture of equal elements of ether, alcohol and chloroform. The composition of this very tightly owned glued elements also perfectly counteracts the acids. The same composition in a more liquid state can serve as a good, non-mark also very strong varnish for polishing logs, etc.