1. Anthrarobin (Desoxyalizarin), C14h10o13

Anthrarobin (Desoxyalizarin), Cho. Obtained from the coal-tar product alizarin by action of nascent hydrogen; it is a strong deoxidizing agent, miscible with fats, weaker, less irritating and toxic than chrysarobin, soluble in alcohol, glycerin.

2. Hydroxylamine Hydrochloride, Nh2ohhcl

Hydroxylamine Hydrochloride, Nhohhcl. This does not stain the. skin, hence is preferred often to the other reducing agents (chrysarobin, pyrogallol, anthrarobin, etc.) in skin diseases, but being a poison, care should be exercised not to allow too much to be absorbed by the system.