aniline ink

noun
: a quick-drying printing ink usually made with an alcohol as vehicle and an organic or inorganic pigment

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  • aniline ink —    A fast drying printing ink that is a solution of a coal tar dye in an organic solvent or a solution of a pigment in an organic solvent or water …   Forensic science glossary

  • Aniline ink — Анилиновая краска …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • Ink — Ink, n. [OE. enke, inke, OF. enque, F. encre, L. encaustum the purple red ink with which the Roman emperors signed their edicts, Gr. ?, fr. ? burnt in, encaustic, fr. ? to burn in. See {Encaustic}, {Caustic}.] 1. A fluid, or a viscous material or …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ink bag — Ink Ink, n. [OE. enke, inke, OF. enque, F. encre, L. encaustum the purple red ink with which the Roman emperors signed their edicts, Gr. ?, fr. ? burnt in, encaustic, fr. ? to burn in. See {Encaustic}, {Caustic}.] 1. A fluid, or a viscous… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ink berry — Ink Ink, n. [OE. enke, inke, OF. enque, F. encre, L. encaustum the purple red ink with which the Roman emperors signed their edicts, Gr. ?, fr. ? burnt in, encaustic, fr. ? to burn in. See {Encaustic}, {Caustic}.] 1. A fluid, or a viscous… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ink plant — Ink Ink, n. [OE. enke, inke, OF. enque, F. encre, L. encaustum the purple red ink with which the Roman emperors signed their edicts, Gr. ?, fr. ? burnt in, encaustic, fr. ? to burn in. See {Encaustic}, {Caustic}.] 1. A fluid, or a viscous… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ink powder — Ink Ink, n. [OE. enke, inke, OF. enque, F. encre, L. encaustum the purple red ink with which the Roman emperors signed their edicts, Gr. ?, fr. ? burnt in, encaustic, fr. ? to burn in. See {Encaustic}, {Caustic}.] 1. A fluid, or a viscous… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ink sac — Ink Ink, n. [OE. enke, inke, OF. enque, F. encre, L. encaustum the purple red ink with which the Roman emperors signed their edicts, Gr. ?, fr. ? burnt in, encaustic, fr. ? to burn in. See {Encaustic}, {Caustic}.] 1. A fluid, or a viscous… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ink — inker, n. inkless, adj. inklike, adj. /ingk/, n. 1. a fluid or viscous substance used for writing or printing. 2. a dark, protective fluid ejected by the cuttlefish and other cephalopods. 3. publicity, esp. in print media. v.t. 4. to mark, stain …   Universalium

  • ink — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. See writing. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. tusche, paint, watercolor. Kinds of ink include: printing, printer s, drawing, indelible, India, sympathetic, copying, marking, logwood, Chinese, tannin, aniline,… …   English dictionary for students


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