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Page ii - LEFFMANN. MEDICAL CHEMISTRY. Fourth Edition. Including Urinalysis, Animal Chemistry, Chemistry of Milk, Blood, Tissues, the Secretions, etc. By HENRY LEFFMANN.
Page 105 - CERII OXALAS, Cerium Oxalate, — consists chiefly of a mixture of the oxalates of cerium, didymium and lanthanum, and other rare earths of this group. It occurs as a fine, white powder, odorless and tasteless, permanent in the air, insoluble in water, alcohol or ether. Dose, gr. ss-v, [av. gr.
Page 43 - ... capable of converting not less than 25 times its own weight of starch into substances soluble in water.
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Page ii - DENTAL PATHOLOGY AND DENTAL MEDICINE. Containing all the most noteworthy points of interest to the Dental student.