Congressional Edition Volume 6191

Congressional Edition Volume 6191

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...of iron and has a density of 1.26; in Belgium, its density is 1.28 to 1.29 and it contains 29 per cent of the salt.--Bull. Soc. roy. d. pharm., Brux., 1909, v. 53, p. 14. Rosengarten, Geo. D., points out that the test for oxychloride in solution of ferric chloride is not sufficiently exacting. It has been found that when tincture of iron chloride is made from a solution which meets the oxychloride test, the tincture subsequently becomes turbid, owing to an excess of oxychloride.--Am. Druggist, N. Y., 1909, v. 55, p. 366. Bachman, Gustave, reports that the solution of ferric chloride examined corresponded to from 7.27 per cent to 9.95 per cent of metallic iron.--Proc. Minnesota Pharm. Ass., 1909, p. 71. Benrath, Alfred, reports some observations on the reduction of iron chloride in the light of the mercury vapor lamp.--J. f. prakt. Chem., Leipz., 1909, v. 80, pp. 283-287. Dunn, John A., asserts that the 1860 formula for tincture of ferric chloride by which the solution of iron chloride is made with an excess of nitric acid gives a product containing more volatile ethers, consequently is more aromatic and agreeable to the patient. He presents a slight modification of the U. S. P. VIII formula, by means of which it is possible to practically duplicate the 1860, product.--Proc. Am. Pharm. Ass., 1909, v. 57, p. 950. Dunlap, Renick W., emphasizes the importance of keeping tincture of ferric chloride as provided by the Pharmacopoeia. In many cases the reduction is so marked that the tincture practically contains only ferrous iron. The necessity for caution is more important to-day, as this product remains on hand for a much longer period.--Rep. Ohio Dairy & Food Com. (1909), 1910, p. 41. See also Midl. Drug. & Rev., 1909, v. 43, p. 355. Scovell, ...show more

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