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ON THE SECONDARY, GREEN.

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Zinc Orange
Colours It Is Composed Of The Extreme Primaries Yellow And Blue
Citrine; While Mixed With Purple It Becomes The Other Extreme
Tertiary Olive: Hence Its Relations And Accordances Are More General
Red On The One Hand And Of The Middle Tertiary Russet On The
Black For Of Such Subdued Tones Are Those Greens By Which The More
Opaque Oxide Of Chromium Green Oxide Of Chromium Chrome Oxide
True Chrome Green Native Green &c Is Found Native In An Impure
Or French Veronese Green Is A Comparatively Recent Introduction
Are Commercially Known As Emerald Green Malachite Green Scheele's
Green Schweinfurt Green Verdigris Green Bice Green
Verditer Brunswick Green Vienna Green Hungary Green Green
Lake Mineral Green Patent Green Mountain Green Marine
Green Saxon Green French Green African Green Persian Green
Swedish Green Olympian Green Imperial Green Mitis Green
Pickle Green &c
Schweinfurt Green Vienna Green Imperial Green Brunswick
Green Mitis Green &c Is A Cupric Aceto-arsenite Prepared On The
Or Swedish Green Resembles The Preceding Variety In Being A Compound
Or Mountain Green Is Met With In Cumberland And Is Also Found In The
Mountains Of Kernhausen Whence It Is Sometimes Called Hungary Green
Or Viride Aeris Is Of Two Kinds Common Or Impure And Crystallized Or
Distilled Verdigris Or More Properly Refined Verdigris The Best Is
Hues Required To Obtain A Pure Green Which Consists Of Blue And
A Mixture Which Is Also Known As Brunswick Green Fine Bright Greens
Verde Vessie Or Iris Green Is A Vegetal Pigment Prepared From The
Is Thence Sometimes Called Bladder Green When Good It Is Of A Dark
Or Green Earth Is A Sober Bluish Green With A Grey Cast It Is A
Chrome Arseniate
Cobalt Green
Copper Borate
Copper Chrome
Copper Stannate
Elsner's Green
Green Bice
Green Ochre
Green Ultramarine
Manganese Green
Mineral Green
Is The Commercial Name Of Green Lakes Prepared From Sulphate Of
Molybdenum Green
Quinine Green
Roman Green
Silicate Of Baryta
Titanium Green
Uranium Green