This is quite different from the ink of the classical period, which, as mentioned before, was made from lampblack and gum-water.
His conclusion was that it was impossible to get the air out of the lampblack.
Therefore I tried a mixture in water of linseed oil, soap, and lampblack which met my demands better.
The soap is about one fifth and the lampblack about one twentieth part of the whole.
lampblack, which may absorb between 98 to 99% of the incident radiation, is generally taken as the type of a black body.
He took what looked like a box of lampblack from his pocket and applied it to my face.
Boil the logwood for 30 minutes in a gallon of water, and then add the copperas and lampblack.
Lane has found it to be very durable when admixed with lampblack.
The earlier printing inks were made of lampblack and linseed oil.
Like the first, his arms were bare, and he had a mask of ink or lampblack.