Materia Medica and Therapeutics: Including Pharmacy and Pharmacology

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Blakiston, 1917 - 860 pages

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Page 256 - ... product is plainly marked with the proper name of the article contained therein, the name, address, and license number of the manufacturer, and the date beyond which the contents cannot be expected beyond reasonable doubt to yield their specific results...
Page 367 - ... will vary in different persons, and even in the same person at different times according to the succession of ideas, passions, and circumstances. Upon that system it would be necessary to form, not only a particular code for every individual, but a new penal law for every crime. Men...
Page 102 - A transparent, colorless, mobile liquid, having a characteristic odor and a burning and sweetish taste.
Page 85 - PROPERTIES: Lead acetate occurs as colorless or heavy white crystalline masses or granular crystals, having a faintly acetous odor and a sweetish, astringent, afterward metallic taste. It is freely soluble in water (1: 1.4) and soluble in alcohol (1: 38).
Page 816 - In addition to their therapeutic activity the iodides and iodine give rise to symptoms of poisoning which vary considerably not only in different individuals, but also in the same person at different times.
Page 70 - A fine, white powder, without odor or taste, and permanent in the air. Nearly insoluble in water; the solubility is increased by the presence of ammonium salts, and especially by carbon dioxide; alkali hydroxides diminish its solubility; insoluble in alcohol; in diluted acetic, hydrochloric, or nitric acid it is completely soluble, with effervescence.
Page 243 - Slowly but completely in 25 parts of a mixture of 3 volumes of Ether and 1 volume of Alcohol; soluble in Acetone and in Glacial Acetic Acid.
Page 220 - A uniform mixture of powdered black mustard (deprived of its fixed oil) and a solution of rubber, spread on paper, cotton cloth or other fabric.
Page 78 - A white, impalpable powder, becoming yellowish-white on being triturated with strong pressure and showing only small crystals when viewed under a lens having a magnifying power of 100 diameters. It is odorless and tasteless.
Page 75 - Contains not less than 99 per cent. of ZnO. PROPERTIES: Zinc oxid occurs as a very fine, amorphous, white or yellowish-white powder, free from gritty particles, without odor or taste. It is practically insoluble in water and in alcohol. INCOMPATIBILITIES : Zinc oxid is incompatible with acids.

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