Yearbook of Pharmacy: Comprising Abstracts of Papers Relating to Pharmacy, Materia Medica and Chemistry Contributed to British and Foreign Journal...with the Transactions of the British Pharmaceutical Conference
John Churchill & Sons, 1882 - British Pharmaceutical Conference
Includes the transactions of the British Pharmaceutical Conference at its 7th-64th annual meetings.
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Page 574 - YEARS they have been used most extensively as a FAMILY MEDICINE, thousands having found them a simple and safe remedy, and one needful to be kept always at hand. These Pills are purely Vegetable, being entirely free from Mercury or any other Mineral...
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Page 295 - SYSTEMATIC HANDBOOK OF VOLUMETRIC ANALYSIS ; or, the Quantitative Estimation, of Chemical Substances by Measure, applied to Liquids, Solids, and Gases. Adapted to...
Page 312 - MODERN METROLOGY. A Manual of the Metrical Units and Systems of the present Century. With an Appendix containing a proposed English System. By Lowis DA JACKSON, AM Inst CE, Author of " Aid to Survey Practice,
Page 231 - The successful formation of emulsions, whether of fixed or volatile oils, is dependent upon certain rules, well understood by accomplished pharmacists, which when deviated from will invariably embarrass the operator, either by retarding or completely preventing perfect emulsification. These rules are : — 1. That the water and gum arabic* shall be in definite and absolute proportion to each other. This proportion is 3 parts of water to 2 of gum, both by weight. 2. That the relation of oil to gum...
Page 309 - The opium habit and alcoholism : a treatise on the habits of opium and its compounds — alcohol, chloral hydrate, chloroform, bromide potassium and cannabis indica ; including their therapeutical indications ; with suggestions for treating various painful complications.
Page 435 - Cc. of the mixture, pack it firmly in a cylindrical percolator; then add enough menstruum to saturate the powder' and leave a stratum above it. When the liquid begins to drop from the percolator, close the lower orifice, and, having closely covered the percolator, macerate for half hour (USP directions forty-eight hours).
Page 391 - I too rest in faith That man's perfection is the crowning flower, Toward which the urgent sap in life's great tree Is pressing, — seen in puny blossoms now, But in the world's great morrows to expand With broadest petal and with deepest glow.
Page 94 - In this process the para-acid is also obtained, and as this is useless for the manufacture of indigo, it has to be removed. This is effected by converting the acids into their ethyl ethers, which, possessing different degrees of solubility, can be readily separated from one another. 4 This is next converted into the dibromide...