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Thallium Yellow








The new metal thallium yields in combination with chromic acid two
yellow colours, a pale and an orange. They are not absolutely insoluble
in water, and the sulphide of thallium being brown, would probably be
damaged by impure air. But whatever their properties as pigments may be,
their habitudes as such are not yet known. The present scarcity of the
metal renders the colours produced from it mere scientific curiosities.





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