Elsevier's Dictionary of Pharmaceutical Science and Techniques, in Five Languages: Materia medica

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A. Sliosberg
Elsevier, 1968 - Reference - 552 pages
Hardbound. This second volume of the Dictionary of Pharmaceutical Science and Techniques presents the equivalents in six languages of substances of vegetal and animal origin which enter into the composition of drugs for human and animal consumption. The work comprises a basic table of the terms and their synonyms in English, arranged alphabetically, followed by their translations in French, German, Spanish, Italian and Latin. This arrangement facilitates a most convenient reference system for scientific researchers and translators. The incorporation of the terms in Latin will be particularly useful for those working in countries where scientific terminology is predominantly in this language. Although the dictionary does not aim to be exhaustive, it will prove a valuable tool for scientific researchers and translators involved in the field of pharmaceutical science.

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
8
Section 3
9
Section 4
18
Section 5
21
Section 6
25
Section 7
26
Section 8
27
Section 21
156
Section 22
160
Section 23
172
Section 24
181
Section 25
185
Section 26
194
Section 27
206
Section 28
208

Section 9
29
Section 10
30
Section 11
33
Section 12
38
Section 13
40
Section 14
44
Section 15
45
Section 16
49
Section 17
59
Section 18
61
Section 19
67
Section 20
93
Section 29
232
Section 30
234
Section 31
235
Section 32
247
Section 33
248
Section 34
264
Section 35
266
Section 36
273
Section 37
281
Section 38
290
Section 39
323
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