Dyestuffs & Coal-tar Products: Their Chemistry, Manufacture and Application; Including Chapters on Modern Inks, Photographic Chemicals, Synthetic Drugs, Sweetening Chemicals, and Other Products Derived from Coal Tar, by Thomas Beacall ... F. Challenger ... Geoffrey Martin ... and Henry J. S. Sand
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LiteratureCoal TarStatisticsDistillationLight OilsMiddle OilsHeavy
Synthetic DyestuffsLiteratureIntroductionStatisticsClassification of Dyes
DYES DERIVED FROM ANTHRACENE Alizarin and Allied Dyes
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added adrenaline alcohol Alizarin alkaline aluminium amine amino ammonia aniline anthracene anthranilic acid anthraquinone azine azo dyes basic dyes benzene Benzidine benzol bichromate bisulphite blue boiling bromine carbon caustic soda cent chemical chloride chrome coal-tar colouring matter colourless condensing consists cotton dyes crystals derivatives diamine diazo compound diazotised dimethylaniline direct cotton disazo dyes dissolved distillation disulphonic dried dyed dyestuff employed English Patent extracted fibre filtered gallic acid gallotannic acid gelatine gives green heating hydrochloric acid important Indanthrene indigo indoxyl insoluble iron large number leuco liquid liquor logwood machine manufacture Martin's Industrial Chemistry methyl mixture molecule mordant naphthalene naphthol nitrate nitro-benzene obtained oxidation oxidising phenol phenylenediamine plates potassium powder precipitated prepared salicylic acid salt shades silk sodium soluble solution steam substance sulphate sulphonic acid sulphuric synthetic tannin tartrazine temperature toluidine usually violet washing yellow