Their discovery not only increased the consumption of beta-naphthol, but also that of the bases which were used for diazotising.
Glauber's salt, then diazotise and develop with beta-naphthol.
The cotton is prepared with beta-naphthol in the usual way, and then passed through this developing bath.
Sponges should be kept in a beta-naphthol or a corrosive sublimate solution during the operation.
It is an amido-derivative of a sulpho-acid of beta-naphthol, so that naphthalene is the generating hydrocarbon of this substance.
The antiseptic sutures and ligatures should be similarly soaked in beta-naphthol solution during the progress of the operation.
Glauber's salt, then diazotised and develop with beta-naphthol.
They may even be diazotised and developed with beta-naphthol and phenylene diamine.
Schaeffer's acid is a sulpho acid of beta-naphthol, and is dissolved by taking 10 lb.
Various preparations of beta-naphthol have been brought out by colour makers.
naphthol naph·thol (nāf'thôl', -thōl', nāp'-) or naph·tol (-tôl, -tōl)
An organic compound occurring in two isomeric forms, alpha-naphthol and beta-naphthol. Also called naphthalenol.
A poisonous organic compound occurring in two isomeric forms. Both isomers are important in the manufacture of dyes, and also in making antiseptics, insecticides, and tanning agents. Naphthol consists of a hydroxyl group (OH) attached to naphthalene. Chemical formula: C10H8O.