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3jtof 9j to 3j acetic acid acid combines ACIDUM aether ammonia animal charcoal Anodyne Antacid antimony Antispasmodic ANTTIOTS Astringent bines bisulphate of potash bitartrate boiled carbonate of lime carbonate of potash carbonate of soda carbonic acid Carminative catarrh Cathartic chalk chloride of sodium chlorosis chronic colic colouring matter Comp Compos consists Cortex decomposed Demulcent deobstruent diaphoretic Diarrhoea Diluted sulphuric acid dissolved Distilled water Diuretic DOSES Dropsy dysentery Dyspepsia emetic equivalents equivs expectorant flatulence forming chloride gout heat HYDRARGYRI hydrochloric acid hydrocyanic acid hydrogen Hysteria iij to gr ij to f ijss to f ijtof Iodidum magnesia Materials.—Mercury morphia Narcotic nitrate nitric acid oxygen pain poison potash Process.—The Process.—When Purgative quina Radix rheumatism sesquioxide sesquioxide of iron silver soluble Solution of ammonia Solution of potash ss to f ss to gr Stimulant Stimulant stomach strychnia sulphate of soda sulphuret sulphuric acid SYMPTOMS syphilis Tonic Tonic Tonic typhoid veratria vomiting zinc
Page 66 - ... of sickness or nausea, vomiting, convulsive twitchings, and a sense of suffocation ; or if he be seized, under the same circumstances, with giddiness, delirium, or unusual sleepiness, then poisoning may be supposed.
Page 66 - Symptoms of Poisoning. WHEN a person in perfect health is suddenly attacked, after having taken food or drink, with violent pain, cramp in the stomach, nausea, vomiting, convulsive actions, and a sense of suffocation ; or when under the same circumstances, he is seized with vertigo, delirium, or unusual drowsiness, there is every reason to suspect that he has taken poison. Poisoning may be distinguished from a sudden fit of apoplexy, hy the stomach and throat not being affected in the latter.
Page 46 - ... the hydrogen of the hydrochloric acid combines with the oxygen of the metallic oxide to form water, and the chlorine with the metal to produce its chloride.
Page 49 - ZnO, etc., — compounds which do not easily give up oxygen, — the hydrogen of the acid combines with the oxygen of the oxide to form water, while the metals combine with the chlorine: MgO +2IIC1 = MgCl, + H,0.
Page 55 - Muriates by evaporation to dryness become chlorides, by the decomposition of the muriatic acid and the metallic oxide : the hydrogen of the former unites with the oxygen of the latter...