Scientific American Cyclopedia of Formulas; Partly Based Upon the 28th Ed. of Scientific American Cylopedia of Receipts, Notes and Queries

Scientific American Cyclopedia of Formulas; Partly Based Upon the 28th Ed. of Scientific American Cylopedia of Receipts, Notes and Queries

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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. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ...chloride, 5 parts; calcium chloride, 4 parts; magnesium chloride, 3 parts; water, sufficient to make 90 parts. Dissolve, and add to each gallon 10 gr. of thymol and 4 oz. of oil of rosemary, previously dissolved in about 6 qt. of alcohol, and filter. Instruments. Disinfection of.--1.--Sterilize coarse building sand by roasting. Fill a suitable vessel with this, and pour in a 4% corrosive sublimate solution or a 50% solution of lysol, till the sand is thoroughly soaked; keep covered with a sterilized piece of pasteboard, pass all instruments through this 3 or 4 times. Offers simplicity, rapidity, absolute sterility, no injury to instruments. 2.--A 10% solution of boroglycerine in water will sterilize forceps, broaches and cutting instruments, and leave them without unpleasant odor. Odorless Disinfectants.--1.--Ferric chloride, 4 parts; zinc chloride, 5 parts: aluminum chloride, 5 parts: calcium chloride, 4 parts; manganese chloride, 3 (Disinfectants) parts; water, 69 parts. If desired, 10 gr. of thymol and 2 fl.dr. of oil of rosemary, previously dissolved in about 12 fl.dr. of alcohol, may be added to each gallon. 2.--Alum, 10 parts; sodium carbonate, 10 parts; ammonium chloride, 2 parts; sodium chloride, 2 parts; zinc chloride, 1 part; hydrochloric acid, sufficient; water, 100 parts. Dissolve the alum in about 50 parts of boiling water and add the sodium carbonate. The resulting precipitate of aluminum hydrate dissolve with the aid of just sufficient hydrochloric acid, and add the other ingredients, previously dissolved in the remainder of the water. 3.--Mercuric chloride, 1 part; cupric sulphate, 10 parts; zinc sulphate, 50 parts; sodium chloride, 05 parts; water, to make 1,000 parts. Perfumed Disinfectant, --To remove the inconvenience suffered..show more

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