The progressive, irreversible increase in consistency of a pigment-vehicle combination. Livering
usually results from a chemical reaction of the vehicle with the solid dispersed material, but it
also may result from polymerization of the vehicle. The irreversible character of the changes
distinguishes livered material from thixotropic “build-up,” which is reversible.

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