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Evening primrose oil
Eucalyptus oil
Hazelnut oil
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Peppermint oil
Rosewood oil
Safflower oil
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Dammar oil
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1 Drying agent
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Drying agent
Dammar oil is a drying agent, not a dessicant. A dessicant works by removing moisture, while a drying oil like dammar oil works by pulling oxygen out of the air and using it in autoxidation.
The problem was a link to an ill-considered redirect, which was quite reasonably replaced with direct link. I've replaced the Drying agent redirection with a disambiguation page. ClairSamoht 04:28, 7 August 2006 (UTC)
My apologies for that. I started the article drying agent not long ago, as a basic list of laboratory drying agents. I found a similar article, desiccant, and decided to merge the info there to prevent duplication, even though I very much prefer the term "drying agent". I didn't know the context for dammar oil was different. --Rifleman 82 06:18, 7 August 2006 (UTC)
Hey, no reason for apologies. I should be thanking you instead. Thanks. "Many hands make for light work." Or, in this case, better work. I'm sure there are many people who think the reason you would use a drying oil instead of, say, alcohol, as a drying agent in paint is that alcohols tend to evaporate and oils don't. The result is that we got the Drying agent page, which otherwise I never would have thought to create. ClairSamoht 14:59, 7 August 2006 (UTC)
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