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DRYING OIL

An oil that possesses to a marked degree the property of readily taking up oxygen from the air
and changing to a relatively hard, tough, elastic substance when exposed in a thin film to the air.

 

Vegetable oils that are used in paints as drying oils include
linseed, tung, soybean, dehydrated castor, and oiticica oils.


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