Definition of Alizarine red
1. Noun. A bright orange-red color produced in cotton cloth with alizarine dye.
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Literary usage of Alizarine red
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1. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"(ft) Reserves under Steam alizarine red and Pink.—In this case a reserve composed of citrate of chromium ... Red m-ith steam alizarine red: yellow »¡th ..."
2. The Printing of Textile Fabrics: A Practical Manual on the Printing of by Charles Frederick Seymour Rothwell (1897)
"Red—alizarine red. Yellow—Diamine gold. Cream—Diamine gold and diamine bronze G. Dark Olive—Diamine fast yellow A, diamine bronze G, and diamine sky-blue. ..."
3. Dyeing and Tissue-printing by William Crookes (1882)
"We will now give as specimens some of the mixtures for producing the most important colours :— alizarine red Ground*. Alizarine at 15 percent. . . 27i ozs. ..."
4. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1886)
"Eleven samples of domestic calicoes printed in many figures with catechu brown, logwood black, logwood blue, alizarine red, aniline yellow, and aniline blue ..."
5. The Chemical Trade Journal (1890)
"alizarine blue, and 2^1b. alizarine red: chestnut, tji'lb. alizarine red, ... A pearl grey is got by using alizarine red on a uranium mor.lant (i part to ..."
6. The Textile Colourist (1876)
"... if a finished alizarine red be dipped in a blue vat. But if the red be only steamed and not washed off, then • dipped in indigo and afterwards soaped, ..."