or bone black
[ bohn-blak ]
/ ˈboʊnˌblæk /
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While they may improve conditions somewhat, the only solution to such a problem is the use of the boneblack process.
British Dictionary definitions for boneblack
/ (ˈbəʊnˌblæk) /
a black residue from the destructive distillation of bones, containing about 10 per cent carbon and 80 per cent calcium phosphate, used as a decolorizing agent and pigment
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