de Khotinsky cement

noun de Kho·tin·sky cement \¦dēkə¦tinzkē-\
variants: less commonly

De Khotinsky

\¦dēkə¦tinzkē-\

Definition of de Khotinsky cement

  1. :  a thermoplastic cement resistant to water and most chemicals that is made by heating shellac and pine tar and used especially in cementing glass, porcelain, metal, wood, and plastics

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Origin and Etymology of de khotinsky cement

after Achilles de Khotinsky †1933 American industrial designer


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