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'''Vitriol''' is the name used for several sulfate salts as well as sulfuric acid. Green vitriol (Iron (II) sulfate) is a green [[pigment]] used to [[dye]] [[leather]], and to paint [[manuscript]]s.
 
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A green [[pigment]] used to [[dye]] leather, and to paint manuscripts.
 

Latest revision as of 12:40, 27 May 2006

Vitriol is the name used for several sulfate salts as well as sulfuric acid. Green vitriol (Iron (II) sulfate) is a green pigment used to dye leather, and to paint manuscripts.