Orange Lead





of a dull orange colour, is an orange protoxide of lead or massicot.

Like litharge, it may be employed in the preparation of drying oils,

and, being a better drier than white lead, may be substituted for it in

mixing with pigments which need a siccative, as the bituminous earths.



Minium sometimes leans to orange; and there is made from ceruse a





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