Materia Medica and Therapeutics: Including Pharmacy and Pharmacology

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P. Blakiston's Son & Company, 1917 - 860 pages

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Page 246 - ... 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 359 - ... 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 125 - ... of a saline, slightly bitter taste, and producing on the tongue a tingling sensation followed by numbness of several minutes
Page 184 - PROPERTIES: Terpin hydrate occurs as colorless, lustrous, rhombic prisms, nearly odorless, and having a slightly aromatic and somewhat bitter taste.
Page 229 - PROPERTIES: Pelletierin tannate occurs as a light yellow, odorless, amorphous powder, having an astringent taste and a weak acid reaction. It is only slightly soluble in water (1:240), but soluble in alcohol (1: 16).
Page 97 - A clear, mobile, volatile, and inflammable liquid of a pale yellowish or faintly greenish-yellow tint, having a fragrant, ethereal, and pungent odor free from acridity, and a sharp, burning taste.
Page 210 - 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 76 - 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 57 - Great caution should be observed in handling it, as dangerous explosions are liable to occur when it is heated or subjected to concussion or trituration with organic substances (cork, tannic acid, sugar, etc.), or with sulphur, antimony sulphide, phosphorus, or other easily oxidizable substances.
Page 243 - A yellowish or yellowish-brown, transparent, or slightly turbid liquid with sometimes a slight granular deposit; nearly odorless, or having an odor due to the presence of the antiseptic used as a preservative.

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