A liquid used to spread sensitive salts upon glass and paper for use in photography.
An ink term referring to the fluid component which acts as a carrier for the pigment.
Any thing designed to transport persons or objects, such as a car, bus, bicycle, etc. Verba fortius accipiuntur contra proferentem Latin: a principle of construction whereby if words of a contract are ambiguous or of two equally possible meanings, they should be interpreted against the author of the words and not against the other party.
(also called binder) in the chemistry of paint, the inert fluid in which the particles of colored pigment are suspended. The vehicle in oil paint is linseed oil.
The fluid component of a printing ink acting as a carrier for the pigment.
The liquid component of a printing ink. It carries a mixture of varnish, waxes, dryers, pigment, etc., which determine the flow, drying time, and adhesion of the pigments to the surface of the paper. The vehicle evaporates and/or is absorbed, leaving the pigment behind on the paper. See also ABSORPTION; INK; PIGMENT; VARNISH
The liquid used as a binder in the manufacture of paint.
The fluid component of printing ink which serves as the dispersant for the pigment and gives the ink it's flow characteristics.
Liquid emulsion used as a carrier or spreading agent in paints.
A combination of varnish, waxes, dryers, etc., which contains the pigment of inks and controls the flow, the drying and the adhesion of the pigments to the printed surface.
The contents of a paint which are liquid.
The liquid components of a paint other than the color pigments.
The fluid component of a printing ink that carries the pigment.
An oil or other medium used by painters for carrying the pigment of a paint. Any apparatus for carrying loads.
A means of conveyance or transport, sometimes motorized, that moves on wheels, runners, or tracks. A generic term for a car or truck. The combination of binder and solvents or diluents, which are used to put the binder in a liquid, usable form.
a conveyance that transports people or objects
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Portion of a coating that includes all liquids and the binder. The vehicle and the pigment are the two basic components of paint.
The liquid part of a paint or coating which evaporates as the paint dries. It "carries" the binder and pigments and renders them workable to apply to a surface.
The fluid part of printing ink, which acts as a carrier for the pigment.
With ink manufacturing, that part of the ink that carries the pigment.
All of a paint except the pigment. This includes solvents, diluents, resins, gums, driers, etc. The liquid portion of a paint.
A motor vehicle, car, truck, motorcycle. In some states, a DUI, DWI or drunk driving conviction can result from driving a bicycle, riding a horse, driving a snowmobile, or even a motorized wheelchair.
The liquid portion of an ink that holds and carries the pigment and provides workability or press drying properties and binds the pigment to the paper after the ink has dried.
The entire liquid contents of a paint.
The fluid in printing inks that carries the pigment.
Liquid portion of a paint in which the pigment is dispersed. Comprised of binder and thinner.
Liquid portion of paint: resin and solvent components.
The liquid portion of paint, in which the pigment is dispersed. The vehicle is composed of thinner and binder.
A combination of varnish, waxes, dryers etc., that contain the pigment of inks and control the flow, the drying and the adhesion of the pigments to the printed surface.
The fluid component of paint or ink. In oil paint, the vehicle and the binder are the same thing, a drying oil; in watercolor and tempera, the vehicle is water and the binder is gum Arabic and egg yolk respectively.
The liquid portion of the paint, in which the pigment is dispersed; it is composed of a binder and a thinner.
The binder and solvent combined together in a paint.
1. Any conveyance for transporting people or goods. 2. The liquid portion of paint and other finishing materials, consisting of the binder (nonvolatile) and thinners (volatile).
The liquid portion of a finishing material; it consists of the binder (nonvolatile) and volatile thinners
In printing inks, the fluid component that acts as a carrier for the pigment.
(Or "binder") Liquid portion of a paint.
The liquid portion of a finishing material consisting of the binder and volatile thinners as contrasted to the pigment or solid matter.
The liquid portion of an adhesive or coating. Anything that is dissolved in the liquid portion is a part of the vehicle.
The liquid portion of a coating in which the pigment is dispersed; it is composed of binder, solvent and diluent.
In reference to printing ink, the liquid part of an ink that gives it flow enabling it to be applied to a surface.
The liquid, usually oil, with which pigments are mixed to produce ink.
The liquid medium in which pigments, etc, are dispersed in coatings such as paint, and which enable the coating to be applied.
The liquid portion of a paint composed mainly of solvents, resins, or oils.
1. A liquid in which a pigment is dispersed. 2. That which is used as a means of communication, i.e., an artist's medium is their vehicle of expression.
The liquid portion of a pigmented coating or ink including the binders or adhesives and modifiers.