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White Ink








Mix pure freshly precipitated Barium Sulphate, or "Flake
White," with Water containing enough Gum Arabic to prevent the
immediate settling of the substance. Starch or Magnesium Carbonate may
be used in a similar way. They must be reduced to palpable powders.





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