Chemistry

What is the application of Copal gum?

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January 14, 2012 1:39AM

Copal Gum was once used in pyrotechnics as a fuel but is now obsolete in this purpose. It is used today as an emulsifier mostly and as a wood finish.

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Copal was used as an incense for burning in front of idols

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the meaning of copal in English from spanish is "incense" the meaning of copal in English from spanish means "incense" it is sometimes put on and used as jewellery

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Copal has the same meaning in English and Spanish - an aromatic plant resin used in varnishes.

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You can find the definition of the word "copal" through a physical or online dictionary. Various types of fossilized tree resin fall under the category copal.

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Copal is aboriginal american incense, from the dried sap of large 'red' pine trees that grow in mexico and central america, most associated with mayan prayer.

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Goma copal That is not the answer. it is el anime. :) and by the way i love amine.

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Copaline, which is a partly mineralized copal dug from the ground.

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The regular gum lasts longest. Gum gum gum

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because gum spelled backwards is mug and that is why gum is called gum

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In 5 gum there are 15 pieces of gum.

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Use of copal (incense), animal sacrifice, candles, invocations of gods. Many Mayans are now Catholic.

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chewing gum chewing gum chewing gum chewing gum It is a sticky sap from a tree.Which is made for gum. It is a sticky sap from a tree.Which is made for gum.

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Actually we get gum from whales.how we get gum from whales is that when they die there blaber be used to make gum.

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Not in your gum, in the side of your mouth close to your gum Not in your gum, in the side of your mouth close to your gum

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All gum is manufactured in gum factories. Apart from that made in peoples homes. This gum is made in peoples homes, not in gum factories.

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How far gum stretches varies greatly depending on the type of gum, the amount of gum, and the structure of the gum. The world record gum stretch is close to 48 feet.

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Technically bubble gum is a candy and sugar free gum or mint gum call it what you want is not gum. Mint gum or sugar free gum is pretty much like a mint but in a gum form. i hope this answers your question. - Amy 69

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you can recycle the gum rapper but not the gum it self

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5 gum, hubble bubba, bubbleicious, sugar free gum, and different flavored gum.

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bubble gum can make bubbles and chewing gum can't