What happens to marble if you put varnish or shellac on it?
It will be stained and may pit.
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Acrylic nail polish? Do you mean "acrylic overlay"--a real thin layer of acrylic over the natural nail, just to give your nails strength? You can put Shellac on acrylic overlays. That's probably the only way to deal with Shellac. It is a very hard product--much harder than a natural nail, and if your nails flex (which natural nails do) the Shellac cracks. Acrylic nails are also very rigid, so the Shellac should work fantastic on…
The carbonates in marble will react with the acid in vinegar in the reaction: acid + carbonate = water + salt + carbon dioxide. Thus, the volume of vinegar will decrease, the volume of the marble will also decrease, a salt will be produced, and effervescence occurs (bubbles are formed). To test the gas in the bubbles produced, pass it through aqueous calcium hydroxide (limewater). A white precipitate will be formed in the limewater shortly.
Can you or should you put spar varnish on top of a cedar deck that has recently been stained and gets a lot of sun?
If you've already applied one coat of spar urethane over stained wood can you still put another coat of stain if you want it to be darker?
No. Once you have varnish over the wood, stain will not penetrate. You can get colored varnish and try to darken it that way. I would get a lighter shade than what you want. All the varnish stains are put on white pine to get the samples. Since the wood is already stained, putting the color you want on now would cause it to be too dark.
It is a very easy way of determining the volume of a small object. For example, if you have a marble and want to know the mass, all you have to do is put 5ml of water in a graduated cylinder, then put in the marble, and read it. It will say something like 8ml, so 8ml-5ml= 3ml volume of marble. Easy, right?
Marble is a metamorphic(characterized by change of form) limestone. When the limestone is heated and pressure is put on it, the calcite(CaCO3) in it melts. If the limestone was pure before heat or pressure was applied to it, a white marble will be obtained. If it had hematite or haematite(iron oxide, Fe2O3) or clay in it, reddish marble will be obtained.