A Manual of Practical Chemistry; the Analysis of Foods and the Detection of Poisons

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Charles Griffin and Company, 1879 - Food - 468 pages
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Contents

Alum in Bread
33
PART III
37
Milk Sugar
41
Ash of Milk
42
Average Composition of Milk
43
Fore Milk
44
Analysis of Milk
45
Adulterations of Milk
49
Calculation of Results
50
Unhealthy and Abnormal Milks
54
and Mouth Disease
55
Milk from Cattle affected by Foot and Mouth Disease
56
Analysis of Abnormal Milks
61
Legal Cases relative to Milk
62
Constituents of Butter
67
Analysis of Butter 09
69
Constituents of Cheese
78
Analysis of Cheese
81
PART IV
83
Structure of the Tea Leaf
84
Chemical Composition of Tea
85
BoheicAcid
87
Analysis of Tea
88
Leaf of the Beech
89
Hawthorn
90
Sloe
91
Hygroscopic Moisture
95
Estimation of Theine or Caffeine
96
Determination of Total Nitrogen
98
The Extract
101
The Ash
103
Determination of Gum
105
Coffee
107
Coffee Fat
108
Analysis of Coffee
109
Cocoa
114
The Commercial Varieties of Cocoa
115
Chemical Composition of Cocoa
116
Section Page 59 Theobromin
117
The Ash
118
Adulterations of Cocoa
120
Adulterations of Chocolate
121
PART V
123
Rectified Spirit
124
Proof Spirit
126
Separation of Alcohol from Animal Matters
128
Analysis of Alcoholic Liquids
129
Methylic Alcohol
132
Oxalate of Methyl
133
Formic Acid
134
Definition of Beer
135
The Water used by the Brewer 1S7 76 Malt Extract
137
Beer Bitters
140
Lupulite or True Lupulin
141
Absynthin
143
Cnicin
144
Gentianin
145
Menyanthin
146
The Ash of Beer
147
Special Tests for Picric Acid
167
Constituents of Wine
171
Brandy
201
Rum
202
Fousel Oil in Whisky
203
Legal Cases relative to Whisky
204
Gin
205
Oil of Coriander
206
Analysis of Gin
207
PART VI
209
Adulterations
210
PART VII
215
The Chemistry of Mustard
216
Sinalbin
217
The Fixed Oil of the Mustards
218
Adulterations of Mustard
219
Pepper
221
Structure of Pepper
223
Piperidin
224
General Composition of Pepper
225
Analysis of Pepper
226
Section Page 133 Cayenne Pepper
228
Capsaicin
229
Adulterations of Cayenne
231
Amygdaline
232
Annatto
235
Chemical Composition of Annatto
236
Analysis of Annatto
237
SECOND DIVISIONDETECTION OF POISONS
239
PART I
241
Method of Procedure in Analysis
242
Destruction of Organic Matters c
244
PART II
246
Poisoning by Prussic Acid
247
Action of Prussic Acid on the Blood
249
Fatal Dose of Hydrocyanic Acid and Cyanide of Potash
250
Prussic Acid or Cyanide of Potash in Organic Matters
252
How long after Death can Prussic Acid and Cyanide of Potash be detected?
253
Chloroform
254
Section rage 17 Phosphorus
256
The Medicinal Preparations of Phosphorus
257
Fatal Dose of Phosphorus
258
General Method for the Detection of Opium
296
Morphia
297
Narcotinc
299
Codeine
300
Narceine
301
Papaverin
302
Mcconin Opianyl
303
Nux Vomica 42 Nux Vomica
305
Fatal Dose of Strychnine
308
Separation of Strychnine from Organic Matters
309
Identification of Strychnine
311
Brucine
313
Fatal Dose of Brucine
314
Igasurin
315
Atropa Belladonna
318
Atropine
319
Section Page 55 Pharmaceutical Preparations
320
Fatal Dose
321
HyOBcyamine
322
Dose of Henbane
324
Hemlock
325
Conhydrine
327
General Composition of Tobacco
328
Quantitative Estimation of Nicotine in Tobacco
329
Fatal Dose of Nicotine
331
Physostogmine or Eserin
332
Pharmaceutical Preparations
334
Paramenispermine
335
General Description of the Plant
337
Aconite Alkaloids
338
Separation of the Aconite Alkaloids
339
Fatal Dose of Aconite
340
General Description of Ergot
341
Chemical Constituents
342
The Detection of Ergot
344
Pharmaceutical Preparations
345
General Description of the Plant
346
Pharmaceutical Preparations of Digitaliue
348
Physiological Tests
349
Colchicine
350
Pharmaceutical Preparations of Colchicum
352
Bibirine
354
General Considerations
355
Oxalic Acid 105 Oxalic Acid
356
Oxalate of Lime
357
Fatal Dose
358
Oxalic Acid as a Poison
359
Separation from Organic Matters c
360
Oxalate of Lime in the Urine
362
PART IV
364
Fatal Dose
365
Section Page 120 Cases Delating to Poisoning by Putrid Substances
367
Poison of the Cobra 121 Description of the Cobra Poison
368
PART V
370
Arseniuretted Hydrogen
371
in the Arts c
374
Pharmaceutical Quack and other Preparations
375
Dose
381
Arsenic in Organic Matters
386
Analysis of Wall Paper for Arsenic
389
Elimination of Arsenic from the Body
390
Action of Arsenical Fumes on Plants
400
Antimonious Sulphide
401
Tartarated Antimony
402
Alloys
405
Pigments
406
Quantitative Estimation of Antimony
408
Cadmium
409
Fatal Dose of Cadmium
410
precipitate by hydric sulphide in a hydrochloric acid solutionblack Lead 155 Lead and its Oxides
411
Sulphide of Lead
412
Preparations of Lead used in Medicine the Arts c
413
Lead as a Poison
415
Detection and Estimation of Lead
417
Copper
419
Solubility of Copper in Water and Various Fluids
420
Copper in Articles of Food and Drink
421
Preparations of Copper used in Medicine and the Arts
423
Dose
425
Volumetric Processes for the Estimation of Copper
426
Bismuth
427
Medicinal Doses of Bismuth
429
Estimation of Bismuth
431
Silver
432
Preparations of Silver used in Medicine and the Arts
433
Detection and Estimation of Silver
434
Section Page 186 Mercury
435
Sulphide of Mercury
436
The more common Patent and Quack Medicines containing Mercury
441
Mercury in the Arts
442
Dangerous and Fatal Coses of Mercury
443
Tests for Mercury
445
Detection of Mercury in Organic Substances and Fluids
446
Volumetric Processes for the Estimation of Mercury
447
NO PRECIPITATE BY HYDRIC SULPHIDE Iff A SOLUTION STRONGLY ACIDIFIED BY THE MINERAL ACIDS BUT A WHITE PRECIPITAT...
448
Carbonate of Zinc 200 Oxide of Zinc 201 Sulphide of Zinc 202 Chloride of Zinc
449
Zinc in the Arts 204 Zinc as a Poison
451
Detection of Zinc in Organic Liquids or Solids 448 44i 449 449 449 450 451
452
alkaline earths Barium 206 Barium
453
Chloride of Barium
454
Dose c
455

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