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Definition of Tincal

Tincal
Tincal Tin"cal, n. [Ar., Per. & Hind. tink[=a]r; cf. Malay tingkal; all fr. Skr. ?a?ka?a. Cf. Altincar.] (Chem.) Crude native borax, formerly imported from Thibet. It was once the chief source of boric compounds. Cf. Borax.

Meaning of Tincal from wikipedia

- Borax (also referred to as sodium borate, tincal (/ˈtɪŋkəl/) and tincar (/ˈtɪŋkər/)) is a salt (ionic compound), a hydrated or anhydrous borate of sodium...
- source of commercial borax. Borax first reached Western civilization as tincal mined from deposits in Tibet. The term borax comes from the Arabic bauraq...
- which boron resembles chemically. Borax in its mineral form (then known as tincal) first saw use as a glaze, beginning in China circa 300 AD. Some crude borax...
- reported from Argentina, Italy, Turkey and Ukraine. The name comes from "tincal", Sanskrit for borax, and Gr****, "konis", meaning powder, for its composition...
- minerals from a worldwide commercial standpoint based on abundance are tincal (also known as borax), ulexite, and colemanite (Ekmekyaper et al., 2008)...
- boras, baurac, and chrysocolla. Tincal @ CNRTL.fr. Greater details about the Portuguese origin of the wordform tincal as a variant of the medieval Latin...
- Concentrated boron products include: Ground colemanite Ground Ulexite Calcined Tincal (Compacted) Bigadiç Colemanite Kestelek Colemanite Hisarcik Colemanite Espey...