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On Fri, 18 Jun 1999, John Nollendorfs wrote: > Tobie: > Are you sure the anilyde dyes are that poisonous, or the process of making > them? > Tell us, oh epson-inkjet list chemistry gurus!!! I just did a quick search on dejanews and came up with this: ------ Author: Paul T. Radovanic <email@example.com> Date: 1997/12/06 Forum: rec.woodworking According to Michael Dresdner, in "The Woodfinishing Book": "A good percentage of the stains based on aniline dyes, as well as the powders themselves, are sold as nontoxic. Yet if you look up 'aniline' in a chemical dictionary, it is listed as quite toxic. How is this inconsistency possible? "Just as there is no sin in sincere and no good in goodbye, there is no aniline in aniline dye. The dye is so named because aniline is used as an intermediate in manufacturing, but none remains in the final product. "...White flour is bleached, but no bleach remains in the bread. Methylene chloride is often used to decaffeinate coffee, but is removed..." Paul -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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