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Archaic or Common Name

Current Technical Name

Archaic or Common Name

Current Technical Name

Acid of sugar Ackey

Oxalic acid. Nitric acid.

Indian red Isinglass Jewellers' rouge Lampblack Lead peroxide Lead protoxide Lime Lime (slaked) Liquor ammonia Litharge Liver of sulphur Lunar caustic Lye (soda lye) Magnesia

Ferric oxide. Agar-agar, gelatine. Ferric oxide. Crude form of carbon. Lead dioxide. Lead oxide. Calcium oxide. Calcium hydroxide. Ammonium hydroxide (soln.). Lead monoxide. Potash sulfurated. Silver nitrate. Sodium hydroxide. Magnesium oxide.

Alum or Alum flower Potassium aluminum or Alum meal sulfate. Antichlor Antimony black Antimony bloom Antimony glance Aqua fortis Aromatic spirits of ammonia Arsenic glass Azurite Baking soda Barium white Bicarbonate of soda Sodium thiosulfate. Antimony trisulfide. Antimony trioxide. Antimony trisulfide. Nitric acid. A 10% solution of ammonia. Arsenic trioxide. Mineral form of basic copper carbonate. Sodium bicarbonate. Barium sulfate. Sodium hydrogen carbonate (sodium bicarbonate). Potassium dichromate. Magnesium sulfate. Crude form of sodium carbonate. Graphite. Barium sulfate. Calcium hypochlorite. Copper sulfate (crystals). Lead sulfate. Nickel sulfate. Copper sulfate (crystals). Copper sulfate (crystals). Crude calcium phosphate. Crude animal charcoal. Boric acid. Sodium tetraborate. Basic copper carbonate. Sulfur. Anhydrous potassium aluminum sulfate.

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Bichrome Bitter salt Black ash Black lead Blanc-fixe Bleaching powder Blue copperas Blue lead Blue salts Blue stone Blue vitriol Bone ash Bone black Boracic acid Borax Bremen blue Brimstone Burnt alum

Manganese black Marble Milk of lime Milk of magnesium Milk of sulphur Mohrs salt "Muriate" of a metal Muriatic acid Natron Nitre Oil of vitriol Oleic acid Paris blue Pearl ash Permanent white Plaster of Paris Plumbago Precipitated chalk

Manganese dioxide. Calcium carbonate. Calcium hydroxide. Magnesium hydroxide. Precipitated sulfur. Ferrous ammonium sulfate. The metal chloride. Hydrochloric acid. Sodium carbonate. Potassium nitrate. Concentrated sulfuric acid. CIS-9-octadecenoic acid. Ferric ferrocyanide. Anhydrous potassium carbonate. Barium sulfate. Calcium sulfate. Graphite. Calcium carbonate.

Burnt lime

Calcium oxide.

Prussian blue Quicklime Quicksilver Red lead Red liquor

Ferric ferrocyanide. Calcium oxide. Mercury. Lead tetroxide. Aluminum acetate (soln.).

Burnt ochre or burnt Ferric oxide. ore Calomel Carbolic acid Caustic Mercurous chloride. Phenol. "Any strongly alkaline material which has a corrosive or irritating effect on living tissue." ...Hawley's condensed Chemical Dictionary. Calcium hydroxide. Potassium hydroxide. Sodium hydroxide. Calcium carbonate. Sodium nitrate. Basic lead chromate. Zinc oxide. Calcium hypochlorite. Sodium hypochlorite. Calcium hypochlorite. Potassium chromium sulfate. Chromium oxide.

Caustic lime Caustic potash Caustic soda Chalk Chili nitre or chili saltpetre Chinese red Chinese white Chloride of lime Chloride of soda Chlorinated lime Chrome alum Chrome green

Red prussiate of potash Red prussiate of soda Rochelle salt Rock salt Rouge Sal ammoniac Salt Salt of tartar or salt of wormwood Saltpetre Slaked lime Soda ash Soda lime

Potassium ferricyanide Sodium ferricyanide Potassium sodium tartrate Sodium chloride Ferric oxide Ammonium chloride. Sodium chloride. Potassium carbonate. Potassium nitrate. Calcium hydroxide. Anhydrous sodium carbonate. Mixture of calcium oxide and sodium hydroxide. Sodium carbonate (crystals). Sodium nitrate. Sodium carbonate (crystals). Dilute sulfuric acid. Ammonia solution. Hydrochloric acid. Ethanol (ethyl alcohol). Lead acetate. Stannous chloride. Sodium carbonate (natural). Calcium oxide. Ferric oxide. Basic copper acetate. Calcium carbonate. Crude form of acetic acid.

Chrome red Chrome yellow Chromic acid Common salt Copperas (blue) Copperas (green) Corundum Cream of tartar Crocus Crystal carbonate Dechlor Epsom salts Farina Ferro-prussiate Ferrum

Basic lead chromate. Lead chromate. Chromium trioxide. Sodium chloride. Copper sulfate (crystals). Ferrous sulfate. Chiefly aluminum oxide. Potassium hydrogen tartrate. Ferric oxide. Sodium carbonate. Sodium thiosulfate. Magnesium sulfate. Starch. Potassium ferrocyanide. Iron.

Soda monohydrate Soda nitre Soda or washing soda (crystals) Sour water Spirit of hartshorn Spirit of salt Spirit of wine Sugar of lead Tin crystals Trona Unslaked lime Venetian red Verdigris Vienna lime Vinegar

Fixed white "Flowers" of sulfur "Flowers" of a metal

Barium sulfate. Sulfur. Obsolete term for an oxide of a metal e.g. flowers of zinc is zinc oxide. Basic copper acetate. Sodium sulfate. Basic copper carbonate. Ferrous sulfate (crystals). Caleium sulfate. Barium sulfate. Sodium thiosulfate.

Vitriol Washing soda Waterglass

Sulfuric acid. Sodium carbonate (crystals). Sodium silicate (soln. ).

French verdigris Glauber's salt Green verditer Green vitriol Gypsum Heavy spar

White caustic White lead White vitriol Whiting Yellow prussiate of potash Yellow prussiate of soda Zinc vitriol Zinc white

Sodium hydroxide. Basic lead carbonate. Zinc sulfate (crystal). Calcium carbonate. Potassium ferrocyanide. Sodium ferrocyanide. Zinc sulfate. Zinc oxide.

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