alizarine

NOUN
  1. an orange-red crystalline compound used in making red pigments and in dyeing
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  • Other dye-stuffs, such as fustic, Persian berries and Alizarine yellow, are best dyed on a basic chrome mordant, which is effected when tartar or oxalic acid is the assistant mordant used, or when some other form of chrome compound than bichrome is employed. The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics
  • When sulphuric acid is used as the assistant along with the bichrome, then there is formed on the wool fibre a deposit of chromic acid and chromium oxide, and this exerts an oxidising effect on the colouring matter or dye-stuff, which in some cases, as the Alizarine Blue, The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics
  • This method can be carried out in, for instance, dyeing a cochineal scarlet with tin crystals, a yellow from fustic and alum, a black from logwood and copperas and bluestone, a red from madder and bichrome, and the dyeing of the Alizarine colours by the use of chrome fluoride, etc. The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics
  • Alizarine red WR, for yellow touch ponceau or scarlet, Scientific American Supplement, No. 530, February 27, 1886
  • The methods of employing the much more important group of colouring matters known as the mordant dyes, which comprise such well-known products as logwood, fustic and alizarine, require more attention. The Dyeing of Cotton Fabrics A Practical Handbook for the Dyer and Student
  • Yellow, Alizarine Yellow, or Gambine Yellow, which will resist the action of the bichrome in the developing bath. The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics
  • Other dye-stuffs, such as fustic, Persian berries and Alizarine yellow, are best dyed on a basic chrome mordant, which is effected when tartar or oxalic acid is the assistant mordant used, or when some other form of chrome compound than bichrome is employed. The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics
  • = -- This is, perhaps, the most important operation in the whole process of bleaching, especially if the cloths are going to be printed in the so-called madder style with alizarine colours, or otherwise stains are liable to occur in the final stage, and it is then sometimes difficult to put the blame for these upon the right shoulders. The Dyeing of Cotton Fabrics A Practical Handbook for the Dyer and Student
  • There are a number of dye-stuffs or colouring matters like alizarine, logwood, fustic, barwood, cutch, resorcine green, etc., which have no affinity for the cotton fibre, and of themselves will not dye it. The Dyeing of Cotton Fabrics A Practical Handbook for the Dyer and Student
  • Other dye-stuffs, such as fustic, Persian berries and Alizarine yellow, are best dyed on a basic chrome mordant, which is effected when tartar or oxalic acid is the assistant mordant used, or when some other form of chrome compound than bichrome is employed. The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics
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