Chinese ink is an ink used mainly in Chinese and Japanese calligraphy, in which sumi-e is most commonly used.
The Chinese ink is formed by particles of coal from the firing of branches of non-resinous trees, very crushed, or the soot of the combustion of vegetable oils (hydrocarbons) which forms the carbon black pigment that is dispersed in The water and a protein glue binder, gelatin, which keeps the particles in suspension. Traditionally, the ink made with tail of the fawn horns was of the highest quality due to its purity


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