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|'''Engelsk'''
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|'''Norsk'''
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|'''Begrep'''
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|'''Kilde'''
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|adhesive
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|lim?
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|material that joins surfaces together by  adhesive forces, e.g., starch, gums, proteins, rubber, shellac or synthetics
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|AIC Conservation Wiki
  
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<nowiki>http://www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/BPG_Glossary_of_Terms</nowiki>
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|albumen
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|albumen
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|White of  an egg, proteinaceous fluid
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|Merriam-Webster  Dictionary
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|analogue
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|binder
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|bindmiddel
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|egg, oil,  gum, water, etc – any material that binds pigment together to make paint
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|bole
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|Rødleire  me lim for forgyldning
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|burnisher
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|Redskap for polering av bladgull
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|canvas
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|lerret
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|casein
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|casein
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|chalk
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|kritt
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|Calcium carbonate, CaCO₃. A soft white, gray, or buff limestone composed chiefly of the shells  of foraminifers. (Not to be confused with gesso.)
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|PubChem <nowiki>https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/calcium_carbonate</nowiki>
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Latest revision as of 09:11, 20 October 2017

Engelsk Norsk Begrep Kilde
adhesive lim? material that joins surfaces together by adhesive forces, e.g., starch, gums, proteins, rubber, shellac or synthetics AIC Conservation Wiki

http://www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/BPG_Glossary_of_Terms

albumen albumen White of an egg, proteinaceous fluid Merriam-Webster Dictionary
analogue
binder bindmiddel egg, oil, gum, water, etc – any material that binds pigment together to make paint
bole Rødleire me lim for forgyldning
burnisher Redskap for polering av bladgull
canvas lerret
casein casein
chalk kritt Calcium carbonate, CaCO₃. A soft white, gray, or buff limestone composed chiefly of the shells of foraminifers. (Not to be confused with gesso.) PubChem https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/calcium_carbonate