Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A product obtained by treating the waste madder of the dye-houses, which still contains a certain quantity of alizarin and other coloring matters, with sulphuric acid, to remove lime, magnesia, etc. It is adapted for dyeing red and black, but does not afford a good purple.
“Garancine and garanceux reds, if treated first with hydrochloric acid and then with milk of lime, turn to”
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