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absorbed acetic acid acid reaction albumen alcohol alkaline alkaline reaction ammonia amount aqueous solution atoms of fixed baryta blood body boiling bonic acid carbonate of soda carbonic acid caseine causes chemical chloride of platinum chloride of sodium chloride of zinc cloth coagulated colour colourless composition compound constituents contains crystallised kreatine crystals deposited digestion dissolved elements English evaporated extract fibrine fixed base fluid formula fowl gelatine Greek heated hydrochloric acid Hydrogen inosinic acid juice of flesh kreatine kreatinine lactate lactate of lime lactic acid Latin magnesia meat mixture muscles neutral nitrate of silver nitric acid nitrogen obtained organic oxide of lead phates phos phosphate of potash phosphate of soda phosphoric acid potassium precipitate present properties proportion proteine quantity residue sarcosine serum soluble soup substance sulphate sulphuric acid Taylor and Walton tion University of Giessen Upper Gower Street urine vols volume of carbonic yielded zinc
Page 156 - Numismatic Manual: or. Guide to the Collection and Study of Greek, Roman, and English Coins. Illustrated by Engravings of many hundred types, by means of which even imperfect and obliterated pieces may be easily deciphered.
Page 127 - One pound of lean beef, free of Fat, and separated from the bones, in the finely chopped state in which it is used for beef sausages, or mince-meat, is uniformly mixed with its own weight of cold water, slowly heated to boiling, and the liquid, after boiling briskly for a minute or two, is strained through a towel, from the coagulated albumen and fibrine, now become hard and horny.
Page 131 - ANATOMY. other quarters, it is obvious that a part of the flesh is converted into an element of respiration certainly not conducive to good health. It is certain, moreover, that the health of a man cannot be permanently sustained by means of salted meat, if the quantity be not greatly increased, inasmuch as it cannot perfectly replace, by the substances it contains, those parts of the body which have been expelled in consequence of the change of matter, nor can it preserve in its normal state the...