Year-Book of Pharmacy 1876


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Seite 644 - Chemical Analysis. THE COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK of CHEMICAL ANALYSIS ; or Practical Instructions for the determination of the Intrinsic or Commercial Value of Substances used in Manufactures, in Trades, and in the Arts. By A. NORMANDY, Author of "Practical Introduction to Rose's Chemistry," and Editor of Rose's "Treatise on Chemical Analysis.
Seite 659 - WOOD stated that DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE was undoubtedly the inventor of Chlorodyne, that the whole story of the Defendant Freeman was deliberately untrue, which he regretted to say had been sworn to.— See Times, July 13, 1864.
Seite 193 - When the fluid begins to drop from the percolator, close the lower orifice with a cork, and having closely covered the percolator to prevent evaporation, set it aside in a moderately warm place for four days. The cork is then to be removed...
Seite 547 - ... manufacture of it and the residual oil I have described, on a commercial scale, I have devoted a great deal of time to the study of those conditions which are calculated to lead to the most desirable results. In this attempt I have received much help from Mr. J. Brown, FCS, which I have the pleasure to acknowledge.
Seite 664 - During the last thirty-five years they have proved their value in thousands of instances in diseases of the Head, Chest, Bowels, Liver, and Kidneys ; and in all Skin Complaints are one of the BEST MEDICINES KNOWN.
Seite 159 - The whole plant, at this season, flowers and leaves, is resinous and viscid. When it grows in dry hills it is stiff and rigid, with narrow thin leaves ; but in damp localities it is more robust and succulent, with wide fleshy leaves. May and June are the months in which the grindelia should be gathered for use, as at that time the plant abounds most in the balsamic and resinous juice in which its medicinal properties reside...
Seite 363 - The mixture may be used at once, after the glue is melted and the glycerin and carbolic acid are added, but when time allows, it is advisable to get rid of a little more of the water, until the proper point is reached. On cooling, this mixture hardens to an elastic mass, covered with a shining parchment-like skin, and may be kept for a-ny time. When using it, it is placed for a few minutes on the water-bath until sufficiently liquid for application (it should be quite fluid).
Seite 33 - To 37 grams of carbonate of lithium suspended in 200 grams of distilled water 80 grams of bromine are added. A current of sulphuretted hydrogen is then passed through the mixture until the •whole of the bromine has disappeared. Hydro-bromic acid is thus formed, which decomposes the carbonate of lithium, bromide of lithium being produced and sulphur set free. The mixture is then gently heated to drive off the excess of sulphuretted hydrogen and to agglutinate the sulphur. After filtration the liquor...
Seite 273 - Bose puts in catgnt sutures, and then filled the spaces between the edges with the salicylic solution by means of a small syringe, and applied the wadding over all. The greater number of the cases thus treated healed by first intention, without the formation of a drop of pus. Dr. Bose concludes his paper by stating that...
Seite 237 - ... it has not affected the pupil nor the state of the skin : it has caused neither drowsiness nor sleeplessness ; assuredly it has occasioned none of those subjective effects so fervidly described and ascribed to it by others — not the slightest excitement, nor even the feeling of buoyancy and exhilaration which is experienced from mountain air, or a draught of spring water. This examination was commenced in the expectation that the drug would prove important and interesting physiologically, and...

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