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Acetic Acid acrid ACTION Alcohol alkalies alkaloid antiseptic aromatic Asafetida astringent bark becoming Bismuth bitter boiling water bottles brown Calcium Carbonate cause cent CHARACTERS.-A Chloride Chloroform chronic color colorless consisting contain contain not less crystalline crystals Diluted diseases dissolved Dose dried Drug effect employed especially Ether evaporation externally Extract Ferri fixed Fluidextractum fracture fruit Glycerin GROUP heat heavy insoluble internally Iodide Iron irritant Lead leaves less light Linné Fam liquid maceration and percolation Mercury metallic milligm mixed mixture Name nearly Nitrate obtained odor odorless Oxide pale pills Plant poisoning Potassium powder precipitate principle produced pure quantity Resembling Resin root saline salts seed skin slightly Sodium Solubility.-In soluble solution stimulant stomach substance Sugar Sulphate Sulphuric Acid surface Synonym Syrupus Tannic Acid taste thick Tinctura tion Unofficial Preparation usually volatile volatile oil weight yellow yellowish
Page 495 - Menthol occurs as colorless, acicular or prismatic crystals, having a strong and pure odor of peppermint and a warm, aromatic taste, followed by a sensation of cold when air is drawn into the mouth.
Page 428 - A yellowish-white, matted mass of filaments, resembling raw cotton in appearance, harsh to the touch; exceedingly inflammable, burning, when unconfined, very rapidly with a luminous flame; less explosive than cellulose trinitrate.
Page 473 - PROPERTIES: Strychnin sulphate occurs as colorless or white prismatic crystals. or a white crystalline powder, odorless, and having an intensely bitter taste. Soluble in water (1:32) and in alcohol (1:81).
Page 189 - A transparent, colorless, mobile liquid, having a characteristic odor and a burning and sweetish taste.
Page 85 - Pharmacopoeia, defined as a colorless mixture of hydrocarbons, chiefly of the methane series, obtained by distilling off the lighter and more volatile portions from petroleum, and purifying the residue.
Page 106 - White, opaque, amorphous pieces, or a white, granular powder, odorless when perfectly dry; deliquescent in the air and exhaling the odor of hydrocyanic acid.
Page 403 - OLEUM AURANTII CORTICIS Oil of Orange Peel A volatile oil obtained by expression from the fresh peel of the Sweet Orange.
Page 416 - Croton oil occurs as a pale yellow or brownishyellow, somewhat viscid, and slightly fluorescent liquid, 'having a slight, fatty odor, and a mild, oily, afterward acrid and burning taste. It is practically insoluble in water, but when fresh Is soluble in .alcohol. ACTION AND USES: Croton oil is a drastic cathartic and applied externally is rubefacient and vesicant. It is used mostly to procure prompt evacuation of the bowels, especially in coma.
Page 111 - It is soluble in water (1: 10) at 15 C., practically without decomposition, but above this temperature the solution gradually loses carbon dioxid, and at the boiling point of water the salt is converted into normal carbonate; it is practically insoluble in alcohol. INCOMPATIBILITIES : Sodium bicarbonate...