Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Lampblack consists almost entirely of amorphous carbon in an extremely fine state of division. It is formed by burning an oil, or other highly carbonaceous material, in a limited supply of air, and collecting the soot formed as a product of the incomplete combustion. It is very largely used as a pigment, and in the manufacture of printing and Indian inks.

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