RE: nuclear fast red stain -Reply -Reply
|From:||Tony Henwood <AnthonyH@chw.edu.au>|
I recall a catalogue with the dye spelt with two "t"s. And if I look deep
enough I could probably find a technique using the same spelling????
>>> "Nader, Alexander" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
9/February/2001 07:26pm >>>
> KERNECHTROTT (NUCLEAR FAST RED) COUNTERSTAIN
> Kernechtrott is an anthraquinone dye. When complexed with
Thank you for the recipe, but please change the name to Kernechtrot
one "t"), it sounds a little bit funny for German speaking people, as "rott"
does mean absolutely the same in English and German.
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