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DUSSAUCE, Hippolyte, chemist, born in France ; died in New Lebanon, New York, 20 June 1869. He studied chemistry under Chevreul in Paris, and held important scientific posts under the government of France. About 1863 he came to the United States, and subsequently acted as chemist to various firms, being at the time of his death in charge of the laboratory of a manufacturing chemist in New Lebanon. He translated, edited, and prepared numerous,, technical ,works for the press including Treatise on the Coloring Matters derived from Coal Tar" (Philadelphia, 1863); "Blues and Carmines of Indigo" (1863); "A Complete Treatise on the Art of dyeing Cotton and Wool" (1863); " A Complete Treatise on Perfumery" (1864); "A Practical Treatise on the Fabrication of Matches, Guncotton, Colored Fires, and Fulminating Powders" (1864);" A New and Complete Treatise on the Arts of Tanning, Currying and Leather Dressing" (1865); "A Practical Guide for the Perfumer" (1868); "A General Treatise on the Manufacture of Vinegar" (1868); and a "General Treatise on the Manufacture of every Description of Soap" (1869).
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