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Iron Yellow








Or oxalate of protoxide of iron, has very unadvisedly been recommended
as a pigment. It is a bright pale yellow, but soon loses the beauty of
its tint when submitted to air and light, becoming, by peroxidation, red
and buffy. Even in a book the colour changes.





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