bichloride


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bichloride

 [bi-klor´īd]
a chloride containing two equivalents of chlorine.

bi·chlor·ide

(bī-klōr'īd)
A compound containing two chlorine atoms.

bichloride

a chloride containing two equivalents of chlorine.
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What creating this spectacle entails is whitening the skin with "pearl-powder," a form of bismuth; reddening it with, for instance, "Bloom of Roses," which might contain sulphuric acid: using cochineal (a dye obtained from dried insects) and ammonia on the lips; and dying the hair with bichloride of tin.
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