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Barberry






The roots and bark of Berberis Vulgaris is used principally for silk
dyeing, without a mordant. The silk is worked at 50 deg. to 60 deg.C.
in a solution of the dye wood slightly acidified with sulphuric, acetic
or tartaric acid. For dark shades mordant with stannous chloride.





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