Illustrated Catalogue and Price-list of Chemical Apparatus: And Instruments for Chemical and Bacteriological Laboratories, Chemists, Iron and Steel Works, Smelters, Assayers, Mines, Sugar Refineries, Schools, Colleges, and Universities, Etc. Manufactured and Imported by Henry Heil Chemical Company
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Page 494 - A. Legal Chemistry. A Guide to the Detection of Poisons, Falsification of Writings, Adulteration of Alimentary and Pharmaceutical Substances, Analysis of Ashes, and Examination of Hair, Coins, Arms and Stains, as applied to Chemical Jurisprudence, for the use of Chemists,. Physicians, Lawyers, Pharmacists and Experts. Translated, with additions, including a list of books and memoirs on Toxicology, etc., from the French, by JP Battershall, Ph.D., with a Preface by CF Chandler, Ph.D., MD, LL.D.
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Page 74 - On the following day the upper part of the cylinder is filled with carbonic-acid gas, The changed level of the fluid in the cylinder shows that the reaction has taken place, and indicates by the numbers — to which it corresponds — the approximate quantity of sugar present. If the urine contains more than one per cent of FIG.
Page 74 - ... 1028-1038, ten times. The original (not diluted) urine contains in proportion to the dilution two, five, or ten times more sugar than the diluted urine. In carrying out the fermentation test it is always...
Page 439 - Having washed the pipette, draw up exactly 1 cc of urine, pass the pipette through the bulb of the ureometer as far as it will go in the bend. Compress the nipple gently and steadily. The urine will rise through the hypobromite and the urea instantly decompose, giving off nitrogen gas. Withdraw the pipette after the urine has been expelled, taking care not to press the...
Page 74 - Yeast), shake thoroughly in the graduated test-tube with 10 cc of the urine to be examined. Then pour the mixture into the bulb of the Saccharometer. By inclining the apparatus the mixture will easily flow into the cylinder, thereby forcing out the air. Owing to the atmospheric pressure the fluid does not flow back but remains there. The apparatus is to be left undisturbed for 20 to 24 hours, in a room of ordinary temperature.