Definition of Erythrosines
1. erythrosine [n] - See also: erythrosine
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Literary usage of Erythrosines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bleaching and Dyeing of Vegetable Fibrous Materials by Julius Hübner (1912)
"... erythrosines, Rose Bengal, Phloxine, Fast Pinks. I)ye for \ to 1 hour in a lukewarm concentrated (short) bath, containing 30 to (;0 Ibs. of common salt ..."
2. The Dyeing of Wool: Including Wool-printing, with the Dyestuffs of by Cassella, Leopold & Co., G.m.b.H., Cassella Color Company (1905)
"749) possesses the same properties as the erythrosines but a more bluish and very brilliant shade. ..."
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