Bondaroy's yellow

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An antimony yellow developed by Fourgeroux de Bondaroy in 1766: 12 parts white lead; 3 parts potassium antimonate; 1 part alum; 1 part sal ammoniac. Dodd

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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