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Other organic substances are also often used, instead of glucose, to reduce the dichromate.
Of the third type the most common is that in which the dichromate is reduced by sulphuric acid and sodium bisulphite.
Distilled with dichromate of potassium and sulphuric acid it is converted into benzoic acid.
The dichromate is first dissolved, and the acid added gradually.
It is sometimes advisable to regulate the quantity of dichromate.Photogravure|Henry R. Blaney