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BLOTTER

Blotter paper

Blotting paper is a highly absorbent variety of paper or another material that is sometimes referred to by the name bibulous paper. It is utilized for the purpose of absorbing an excessive amount of liquid substances (like ink or oil) from the surface of writing paper or other objects. Blotting paper has also been marketed and sold in the cosmetics industry as an aid for removing oils and makeup from the skin. ...

Blotter history

Depending on its intended use, blotting paper can be crafted from a variety of materials that range in thickness, degree of suppleness, and other characteristics. Cotton is typically used in the production, which takes place on specialized paper machines. Blotting paper is said to have been mentioned for the first time in the English language in the 15th century, but there is a local tradition in Norfolk, England, that claims it was accidentally invented at Lyng Mill on the River Wensum.

It has been reported that an employee at a paper mill in the county of Berkshire in England forgot to add size to a batch of paper that was being manufactured. The batch in question was thrown away. After that, somebody tried to write on a piece of this discarded "scrap" paper and discovered that it quickly absorbed any ink that was applied, rendering it unusable for writing purposes. This "scrap" paper had been thrown away. Due to the fact that its marked absorbency had been observed, however, it was subsequently manufactured and put to use as blotting paper, taking the place of sand, which was the material that had previously been used for absorbing superficial wet ink. At a time when the majority of paper was manufactured from "rags," red and pink rags—from which it was difficult to remove all color and which were typically discarded—were now directed toward the production of blotters; this is the historical origin of the pink color that is characteristic of blotters.

Chemical uses of the blotter paper

In the process of chemical analysis known as thin-layer chromatography, blotting paper is utilized as the stationary phase. In the upkeep of pools and spas, blotting paper is also utilized for the measurement of pH balance. It is common practice to extract pH-sensitive compounds from lichens, particularly Roccella tinctoria, and then impregnate small squares of blotting paper with these compounds and attach them to strips of disposable plastic. These strips are utilized in a manner that is analogous to that of litmus paper; however, filter paper is typically utilized in the production of litmus paper in order to accommodate the property of diffusion.

The blotter paper can also be impregnated with a liquid solution that contains a specific concentration of the chemical that is of interest to the user, such as research chemicals. This is yet another application for chemicals. These blotter papers are typically perforated into individual doses, which makes its division and appropriate research much simpler. You can purchase blotter forms of some of our research chemicals in this site.

Special terms and conditions to buy Blotters

Every one of our research chemicals, including Blotters, is only offered for sale for use in the context of analytical and laboratory settings. Please check the legal status of our products in your country before placing an order if you plan to purchase them from a location other than the Netherlands. You are solely responsible for ensuring that your purchases are in accordance with the laws of the jurisdiction in which you are located.

Please make sure to read the product description before placing an order for a research chemical belonging to the Blotters section. This will allow you to determine whether or not the chemical is available for purchase in your country. Another option would be to sign up for an account with us and then update your profile with the shipping address you prefer to use. Because of this, the system won't let you add the product to your shopping cart if it has been restricted from sale in your country.

You will have the option to select the airmail shipping method as well as the registered airmail shipping method, which can be tracked and is insured by us in the event that it is lost. This option will be available to you depending on the country in which the package is to be delivered. You should be able to pay using cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, and Monero amongst others, and in some cases, you can pay by bank transfer. Additionally, the method of payment depends on the country in which the shipment is going to be delivered.

Your order with Blotters will be considered accepted as soon as we have received the payment, and a new email notification will be sent to you at that time. Your order will be shipped the following business day if payment is received before 16 hours Central European Time (CET).

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