Practical Magazine 16, 1876

(Chemistry applied to the Arts, Manufactures, &c.
Dyeing, Calico Printing, Bleaching, Tanning, and Allied Subjects.)

M. J. DAVID gives this name to a product which is obtained by roasting slowly at a moderate temperature galena, or sulphuret of lead, and is consequently a mixture of sulphuret and oxide of lead. Galenite is likely to replace minium, or red lead, for coating metals, and pure white lead for the first coat of paint in houses. It is very drying, forms a good coating, adheres firmly, and is economical, because it requires only a small quantity of oil.

- Technologiste, Feb. 26, 1876.

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