Franklin Union; Exercises for the Laboratory in Connection with the Pharmacy Course

Franklin Union; Exercises for the Laboratory in Connection with the Pharmacy Course

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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. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...flame, strain through cotton flannel strainer; return to evaporating dish and evaporate to a syrupy consistency. Transfer to a tared shallow jar and continue evaportion on steam or water bath to a pilula coIisistance_ New flannel should be well washed with hot water before using. Moisten 100 gms. of No. 20 licorice root with 100 gms. mixture of 15 parts of 10 per cent. water of ammonia and 300 parts of water, and macerata for 24 hours. Exhaust with this menstruum and boil it down to a syrupy consistence. Transfer to a tared shallow jar and finish the same as extract of gentian. 7 Adeps Benzoinatus. It is supposed to keep much better than common lard. The official process consists of digesting 2 gm. of coarsely powdered benzoin loosely tied in coarse muslin, in the lard kept at 60 degrees C. for two hours. The product should be stirred occasionally. Some prefer to melt the lard and add to each 100 gms. of lard 4 gms of concentrated tincture of benzoin (40 per cent.). Strain and stir while cooling. (In place of benzoin try 10 per cent. benzoid acid.) (Prepare 250 or 300 gms.) Some authorities recommend elm bark as superior to benzoin as a preservative for lard. Lard, 100 gms. Elm bark in shreds, 100 gms. Fuse the lard and introduce the elm and continue heat on a water bath for an hour, then strain and stir until cool. The ofiicial process directs the zinc be rubbed up with an equal amount of melted lard and then mixed with the remainder of the lard which has been previously melted and strain if necessary while hot, and stir thoroughly' Hntil cool. Place in pot and label, date, etc. Triturate the yellow oxide with the water in a tared mortar; add 280 gms. oleic acid and mix thoroughly; warm the mortar to temperature not exceeding 50 degrees...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236963253
  • 9781236963253