3 edition of Cyclopaedia of practical receipts and collateral information in the arts, manufactures, professions, and trades found in the catalog.
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femoribus internis, to the inside of the thighs. phosphoric acid, H 3PO 4; citric acid, H 3C 6H 5O 7tribasic; and so on with acids of higher basicity.
Blended or flavoured with an acid; made slightly sour.
A convenient modification of the preceding method of acidimetry consists in using the common apparatus figured in the margin and employing fused chloride of calcium to dry the evolved carbonic acid gas, instead of concentrated sulphuric acid.
When in the house, do not sit or stand near the windows, doors, or walls, but place yourself in manufactures middle of the room, unless there should be a lamp or chandelier hanging from the ceiling.
The eyes are often glaring; and, in some cases, the patient is completely paralysed, yet retains consciousness to the last. vii PREFACE The design of the present work is briefly, but not completely expressed in its title-page.
Williamson, in order to remove the confusion of terms occasioned by the application of the same name to compounds of different composition, proposed the title of othyl for the radical C 2H 3O.
Acetate of soda, 20 oz. Those in the gums may be cut early, not so if in the tonsils.
, more dicto, in the way ordered.
, calomelas, calomel, subchloride of mercury.
The product of a case of twelve cubic feet content, with 7 or 8 oz.