Bulletin - Bureau of Chemistry Volume 84

Bulletin - Bureau of Chemistry Volume 84

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...there appear in the feces 0.094 gram, 0.074 gram, and 0.114 gram, respectively, for the three periods, and in the urine 0.804 gram, 0.827 gram, and 0.754 gram, respectively. Expressed in percentages, of the total sulphur in the food there appear in the feces for the three periods, respectively, 11.35 per cent, 8.42 per cent, and 13.14 per cent, and in the urine 97.25 per cent, 94.62 per cent, and 86.74 per cent, respectively. The balance is negative in the fore period, slightly negative in the preservative period, and very slightly positive in the after period. The general effect of the administration of the preservative appears to be a decrease i_n the excretion of both nonmetabolized and metabolized sulphur in the preservative period. In the after period the quantity of nonmetabolized sulphur is consid-. erably increased, while the quantity of metabolized sulphur excreted, is again very decidedly diminished. No. 8. The quantities of sulphur contained in the food of No. 8 during the three periods are 0.821 gram, 0.882 gram, and 0.879 gram, respectively. Of this quantity there appear in the feces 0.111, 0.130, and 0.145 gram, respectively, for the three periods, and in the urine 0.768, 0.741, and 0.838 gram, respectively. Expressed in percentages, of the total sulphur in the food there appear in the feces 13.56, 14.79, and 16.52 per cent, respectively, for the three periods, and in the urine 93.53, 83.99, and 95.27 per cent, respectively, for the three periods. The balance is negative in the fore period, slightly positive in the preservative period, a11d strongly negative in the after period. The general effect of the preservative appears to have been to slightly increase the percentage of the nonmetabolized sulphur excreted in the feces...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236804273