National Institutes of Health Bulletin Volume 78-79

National Institutes of Health Bulletin Volume 78-79

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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: ...acid, 9.20 to 14.1'? per cent, average 12.02. _ The Belgian inspectors of pharmacies state that the quality 05 benzoin leaves something to be desired'. They find much of the! """ mixed with woody and stony debris, which, exhausted with alcohol, leaves a considerable residue. The Pharmacopoeia tolerates only 5 per cent of insoluble residue.--J. d. pharm. d'Anve1'S, 1909, V-65! p. 549. _ Cook, E. Fullerton, reports that tincture of benzoin, U. 5-P'? 15 entirely satisfactoz-y.--Pr0c. Am. Pharm. Ass., 1909, V. 57, P-1001' Schainelhout, A., notes that in France tincture of benzoin is P"_e' pared with 20 gm. of benzoin per 100 gm. of 80 per cent alcohol; In Belgium the same quantity of benzoin per 80 gm.---Bull. Soc. r0y-llpharm., Brux., 1909, v. 53, p. 82. The Belgian inspectors of pharmacies report that tincture of benzoin is frequently too weak and too poor in dry extract.----I d-Phat" d'Anvers, 1909, v. 65, p. 590. _ See also Bull. Soc. roy. d. pharm. Brux. 1909, v. 53, p. 263. _ Cook, E. Fullerton, reports that compound tincture of benzoin, U-S-P-, is entirely satisfactoi-y.--Proc. Am. Pharm. Ass., 1909 V' 57, p. 1001. Pinchbecki G-PiI1bS out that he has experienced difliculty in 0!," tining an extractive of constant weight. The reason f0!' this '5 bVi11S When we consider the solids of the tincture, and he recom' BENZOSULPHINIDUM. La Wall, Charles H., asserts that physicians should be consulted as to whether saccharin is permissible as a sweetening agent in certain elixirs, such as elixir of terpin hydrate, when the high alcoholic content has a tendency to throw the sugar out of solution; and, if permissible, whether its presence should be indicated in...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236954145