Definition of Croceines
1. croceine [n] - See also: croceine
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Croceines
Literary usage of Croceines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Paper Mill Chemist by Henry Potter Stevens (1908)
"brilliant croceines are well adapted for fiery red shades and are relatively fast to light. The blue acid colours (pure soluble blue, water blue) are used ..."
2. The Chemical Trade Journal (1888)
"(3) The new dyes patented by us possess the attribute of being These new dyes, therefore, can only be compared with the croceines; they are not the ..."
3. A Text-book of Paper-making by Charles Frederick Cross, Edward John Bevan, J. F. Briggs (1916)
"... the more general substitution of special dyestuffs—" Paper Scarlets " and " Fixing Scarlets " for the more troublesome " Cotton Scarlet " and croceines. ..."
4. The Chemical Technology of Textile Fibres: Their Origin, Structure by Georg von Georgievics (1902)
"... viz. for the production of a vivid scarlet by means of croceines and similar azo dyes. The modus operandi is as follows:—The cotton is first steeped for ..."