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Interesting talk about the names of paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, etc. interesting talk about the names of paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint, paint. The Chinese characters of all tree names are from the side of the wood, such as pine, cypress, poplar, willow, etc., but the Chinese characters of lacquer tree are from water. According to "Shuowen Jiezi", the original lacquer character is also from wood, on wood, why is it on wood? Because the trunk of this tree will overflow juice, which the ancients called "Pi" (in fact, this is also a kind of natural resin). This can be used to paint objects (that is, paint objects). Our ancestors knew this knowledge more than 7000 years ago (Hemudu), probably tens of thousands of years ago. "ShuoWenJieZi" said that this is a pictograph, which flows down from the wood (head) with three drops (like water) on the left and right. This character has seal script, which is easy to recognize. It is unknown whether this character is included in oracle bone inscriptions and whether it belongs to Oracle Bone Inscriptions recognized by people with better corrosion resistance. As for why the sound Qi, it is even more unknown

"Shuowen Jiezi" also has the word "lacquer". The explanation of the word "Qi" first refers to the name of the river. The north slope of the Qinling Mountains originated from Qi and Ju two rivers (streams), entered the Wei River, and the ancestors of Zhou Dynasty flourished between the two rivers. "Shuowen" said that paint comes from water. In my opinion, why is this river called Qixi (water)? It is probably the tree that abounds in PI by the river, so it is named PI. Because it is a river, it makes pi from water to paint. In Han Dynasty, even Fen became lacquer

according to this, the name of lacquer has its origin, which can be confirmed. For the purpose of painting, it can be painted into a thin layer (film forming), which can be used for painting (in ancient times, painting can be said today). Almost all relevant records can be found in the six classics, which shows that China has a long history of using paint. When it is unearthed in the Han tomb at Mawangdui, there is even more tangible evidence of using paint

the output of lacquer, or big lacquer, is limited after all. It is said that so far its output is no more than 10000 tons. Ancient princes and nobles painted coffins with it. Of course, it can be widely used. Regardless of the difficulty of construction and function, its output is insufficient first. Soon, lacquer rose to a higher level, entered the field of handicrafts, and became the raw material of lacquerware. Until today, the Japanese still use lacquer ware in a large amount in their daily life. Japanese lacquerware originated from our country. But it is a unique custom in Japan that it is still used as daily necessities today. Americans don't know the details. They call lacquer Japen (also known as lacquer), just as they call Porcelain China

the paint is not enough. There must be a replacement. Our ancestors found vegetable oil, first of all tung oil, catalpa oil and so on. The refined oil can be used for painting (coating), and after film-forming and drying, it plays a decorative and protective role commensurate with the paint. Paint (substitute) made of oil is called paint. The word paint and the invention of paint should be from our country. The English word corresponding to paint is paint. Later, various natural resins were added to the paint. Artificial resins such as rosin derivatives are still called paint, which is called oleoresinouspaint in the industry. Oil based resin paint has a harder film and stronger gloss, which is similar to porcelain. Foreigners call it enamel, which we translate as enamel, and later evolved into enamel

it is more necessary to study the word paint. The material is easy to understand. Paint, materials for finishing. What should be studied is to paint words. Paint words, traditional Chinese should be painted with soil. "Shuowen Jiezi" is a noun, when mud word solution, when mud word solution. But today, Tu is more often used as a verb (in contrast, Qi is more often used as a noun) to express the action of "daubing". In ancient times, the earliest coating was mud, which was called coating mud. As late as the Tang Dynasty, mud painting was still a way of exterior decoration. Evidence: in the inscription "Jiucheng Palace", Wei Zheng eulogized Li Shimin's frugality, saying that the decoration of the palace was "whitewashed with mud", which means that the facade was only partially decorated with high-grade white ash, and most parts were still painted with mud. In the Jin Dynasty, Shi Chong and Wang Kaidou were nothing more than mixing some pepper powder into the mud. It's called pepper coating

mud is a coating, which is naturally water-based. White ash is also water-based. It is common in Beijing that the outer surface of gray is water-based. In modern times, we provide interior wall finishes in white, which is more water-based

there are countless coatings used in building construction with paste, dextrin, egg white, pig blood, peach gum, Eucheuma extract and other aqueous binders

therefore, the word "paint" is first related to building materials and water-based materials. When we were young, the white (or whitewash), caseinpaint and distemper operated by the paint shop were collectively referred to as coatings. At that time, the paint village also operated paint, often juxtaposing paint and paint, which naturally divided paint and paint. Therefore, the word "paint" has the properties of architecture and water, and it has been formed at the end of the 19th century at the latest. If you start from the mud coating, the history of paint may be tied with that of lacquer, or even more! It's not comparable to the word paint. Cave paintings in France and Spain, and rock paintings in Guizhou can be proof

as for the paint industry, I'm afraid it's after World War II to think of using paint. In the 1930s, we had alkyd. Although it was a synthetic resin, people generally believed that soft packaging would sweep all products, it still didn't leave vegetable oil. It was safe to call it synthetic resin paint. Then, a lot of pure synthetic things such as epoxy appeared, and then paint, which was always wrong. Therefore, foreigners have the idea of replacing paint with coatings, and we have the idea of replacing paint with paint. This happened in the 1940s and 1950s. China and foreign countries happened at the same time. Maybe foreigners were a little earlier

today, relevant institutions and publications at home use the word paint, but some foreign institutions and publications in the trend of renaming in the 20th century, sometimes paint, sometimes coats, sometimes paint and coats together. Even the famous American Painting Association is still called NPCA, American paint and Coating Association. Instead, JPT was changed to JCT with determination. Indian publications also adhere to "paintofindia"

change paint into coatings (by the way, remind people of the influence of the change of friction force in the same experimental machine that coatings is paint, but a noun; coating is painting, a gerund or a verb. When the process of coat is carried out, don't use it wrong. Coating plus s becomes another word, not a plural plus s). Macroscopically, this change should be said to be fair. The key topic is to have an accurate understanding of the meaning of the word paint we now give: the paint we now say is a broad coating, covering the original paint, but also the original narrow coating, that is, it is endowed with architectural and water-based properties

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