National Institutes of Health Bulletin Volume 73-77

National Institutes of Health Bulletin Volume 73-77

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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. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...of kaolin to pneumatolytic and pneumatohydatogenic processes.--Ib2'd., v. 2, No. 19, p. 2665. Heuisler, P. 1., reports that one sample of kaolin examined contained iron in excess-Proc. Maryland Pharm. Ass., 1908, p. 33. Dohme and Engelhardt report on a shipment of kaolin which was strongly adulterated with calcium carbonate.--Proc. Am. Pharm. Ass.,1908, v. 56, p. 817. Smith, Kline & French Co. (Analytical Report, 1908, p. 23) report that they examined 7 samples of kaolin, all of which were satisfactory. Richter, Geo., discusses kaolin as a remedy, both externally and interna1ly.--Med. Rec. N. Y., 1908, v. 74, pp. 487-489. KINO. Woolsey, J. F., reports on 9 samples of kino. Eight had a solubility in alcohol ranging from 45.60 to 85.66, and solubility in water from 22.1 to 93.3 per cent, the other sample being practically completely soluble in both media. Four of these samples had a solubility in ether of from 0.6 to 1.2, and a percentage of ash of from 1.50 to 2.33 per cent. Three were reject/ed.--Proc. Pennsylvania Pharm. Ass., 1908, p. 85. Hooper, David, states that three astringent plant juices have been received at the Indian Museum during the past year for examination and report, which were respectively derived from: Jatropha curcas, from South Salem; X3/Zia doZabrz'f01"/nis, from Burma; and Parkia insignia (" Myauk-ta-nyet "), also from Burma. When evaporated to dryness, these liquids left dark red-colored extracts responding to the tests for tannin. The three secretions must, therefore, be added to the class of astringent gums designated as kin0s.--Pharm. J., Lond., 1908, v. 27, p. 161. KRAMERIA. Philipp Rode!' (Jahresbericht, Wien, 1908, p. 121) reports on 5 samples of ratanhia, which were found to contain...show more

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