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Chemical notes on bastard logwood

Gruenberg, Benjamin Charles.

Chemical notes on bastard logwood

by Gruenberg, Benjamin Charles.

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Published in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Logwood.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Benjamin C. Gruenberg and William J. Gies.
    SeriesConributions from the New York Botanical Garden., no. 54, Contributions from the New York Botanical Garden., v. 54.
    ContributionsGies, William J. 1872-1956, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK1 .N515 no. 54
    The Physical Object
    Pagination367-377 p.
    Number of Pages377
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL240254M
    LC Control Numberca 09000317
    OCLC/WorldCa25812489


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'BASTARD LOGWOOD' from Acacia Berteriana and other species, contains no haematoxylin. It does not form a violet colour with alkalies, but yields a pure, yellowish-grey dye.

BRAZIL WOOD, a product of Caesalpinia, is distinguished by forming a red colour with alkalis. It is now used only as a dye. WEST INDIAN LOGWOOD is Ceanothus Chloroxylon.

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Logwood is a plant. People use logwood to make medicine. Logwood is used to treat diarrhea and excessive bleeding (hemorrhage). It is also used as a drying agent (astringent). Chemical Notes on Bastard Logwood (Хімічні нотатки про дикому камшевому дереві, з William J.

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The book gives stress on syntheses of different types of dyes and dye Intermediates. The formulae and processes have been described in very proper way.

Professionals, corporate houses and new entrepreneurs will find this book very useful. researchers. Adrosko [1] published a book on natural dye sources and processes for their application to textiles at the household level.

DOBAG, the Turkish acronym for Natural Dye Research and Development Project, launched in Turkey with German assistance in cooperation with Marmara University, Istanbul in wasFile Size: KB. Haematoxylin or hematoxylin, also called natural black 1 or C.I.is a compound extracted from heartwood of the logwood tree with a chemical formula of C 16H 14O 6.

This naturally derived dye has been used as a histologic stain, ink and as a dye in the textile and leather industry. As a dye, haematoxylin has been called Palo de Campeche, logwood extract, bluewood and blackwood.

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Incorrectly called “bastard chinchilla” in the trade. It is a. physical properties and important chemical tests would add to the value of the book and make it appreciated by a larger number. ' Notes '; ' New Publications.' logwood is a variable plant and the bastard form is a variety or subspecies.

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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.1 Origins 2 Processes 3 Common dyestuffs o Reds and pinks o Oranges o Yellows o Greens o Blues o Purples o Browns o Greys and blacks o Lichen o Fungi 4 Luxury dyestuffs o Royal purple o Crimson and scarlet o The rise of formal black 5 Decline and rediscovery 6 Notes 7 References.