“Eosine and its varieties, eosine yellow shade, or eosine J, pyrosine J, erythrosine yellowish, may all be noted as very good sensitizers for green, yellow-green, and eventually for yellow.”
“A single piece of plate glass, about one-eighth inch thick, coated with aurentia collodion, is all that is required with an erythrosine plate.”
“Another method, and the one best adapted for landscapes, is to bathe the plate in erythrosine and then expose it through a yellow glass screen.”
“The exposure through the yellow screen with an erythrosine plate is about the same as if you had no orthochromatic plate -- a plain plate instead -- provided you are not using too dark a yellow on your screen.”
“It is necessary that the plate should be bathed previously in erythrosine and dried.”
“The substances utilized with but few exceptions for red ink are the "eosins," possessing different names like erythrosine, as well as different hues.”
“Similarly, erythrosine, a red coloring agent commonly used in foods and medications, also contains significant amounts of iodine and may also impact thyroid activity.”
“With enough erythrosine, I shall become Queen of the Mutants!”
“These coloring substances are erythrosine (red), cantaxanthin”
“Retailer Asda announced in May 2007 that would remove a raft of artificial additives from its private label products - and erythrosine was listed alongside carmine, quinoline, and sulphate ammonia caramel.”
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