Principles of Pharmacy (Google eBook)

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W. B. Saunders, 1917 - Pharmacy - 1056 pages
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Page 704 - State as ascertained by the commission hereinafter provided for, nor less than 2 per cent nor more than 4 per cent of the total...
Page 760 - Cannabis, made into a fluidextract in which one hundred mils represent one hundred grammes of the drug when assayed biologically, produces incoordination when administered to dogs in a dose of not more than 6.03 mil of fluidextract per kilogramme of body weight.
Page 295 - Then add fresh portions of the sugar of milk, from time to time, until the whole is added, and continue the trituration until the substance is intimately mixed with the sugar of milk and reduced to a tine powder.
Page 22 - ... cc. of distilled water, heat to boiling, and add hot barium chloride TS in small portions to the resulting liquid until no further precipitation takes place. Heat this mixture on a water bath for 30 minutes, collect the resulting precipitate, wash, dry, ignite, and weigh it.
Page 295 - ... a mortar, add about an equal bulk of sugar of milk, mix well by means of a spatula and triturate them thoroughly together. Add fresh portions of the sugar of milk from time to time, until the whole is added, and continue the trituration until the substance is intimately mixed with the sugar of milk and finely comminuted.
Page 394 - Ammonia water is an aqueous solution of ammonia (NH3) containing not less than 9.5 per cent, nor more than 10.5 per cent, by weight of ammonia.
Page 580 - CHLOROFORMUM— Chloroform (Chlorof.) A liquid consisting of not less than 99 per cent, nor more than 99.4 per cent., by weight, of CHC13 (119.39), and not less than 0.6 per cent, nor more than 1 per cent, of alcohol. Preserve it in well-stoppered bottles; in a cool place, protected from light. Caution: Care should be used in vaporizing Chloroform in the presence of a naked flame, as noxious gases are produced.
Page 854 - Equicke), or other large domestic animal, which has been properly immunized against tetanus toxin. After the serum or plasma from the immunized animal has been collected, the antitoxin-bearing globulins are separated from the other constituents of the serum or plasma and dissolved in...
Page 577 - Petroleum Ether A purified distillate from American petroleum consisting of hydrocarbons, chiefly of the marsh-gas series.
Page 779 - A neutral principle obtained from elaterium, a substance deposited by the juice of the fruit of Ecballium Elaterium.

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