iron acetate liquor
iron acetate liquor[′ī·ərn ′as·ə‚tāt ′lik·ər]
Black liquor containing 5-5.5% iron and sometimes copperas or tannin; results from pyroligneous acid attack on iron filings; used for dyeing and printing with logwood, and as a mordant for alizarine and nitroso dyes. Also known as black liquor; black mordant; iron liquor.
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