colophony, kol-of′o-ni, n. the dark-coloured resin got from the distillation of turpentine with water.
The portion of common resin or colophony which is the least soluble in cold and somewhat dilute alcohol.
The portion of common resin or colophony which is soluble in cold alcohol of sp.
colophony, 462 has been placed in correct alphabetical order in the index.
The colophene hydrocarbons, formula (C20H32), represented by colophony.
If a thicker consistence is desired, a greater proportion of colophony is added, and it is cast in moulds.
It is valuable because tar, pitch, rosin, and colophony are obtained by distilling it.