Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences, Volume 13

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J. Churchill, 1854
 

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Página 208 - I find that, while the former expose themselves with impunity to every degree of heat, cold, and wet, the latter can endure neither wet nor cold for even a short period, without danger to their health. " Engaged myself in agriculture, and being in consequence much exposed to the weather, I was induced several years ago, from an occasional use of the...
Página 487 - He referred them to the tapping of the hot mass against the cold one underneath it, the taps being in many cases sufficiently quick to produce a high musical note. The alternate expansion and contraction of the cold mass at the points where the hot rocker descends upon it, he regarded as the sustaining power of the vibrations. The superiority of lead he ascribed to its great expansibility, combined with its feeble power of conduction, which latter prevented the heat from being quickly diffused through...
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Página 260 - Superintendents of a Pharmaceutical establishment, on production of Certificates satisfactory to the Council, shall be eligible to be elected Members of the Society.
Página 486 - Friday evening lecture by Professor Faraday, at the Royal Institution. Professor Faraday expanded and further established the explanation of the sounds given by Mr. Trevelyan and Sir John Leslie. He referred them to the tapping of the hot mass against the cold one underneath it, the taps being in many cases sufficiently quick to produce a high musical note. The alternate expansion and contraction of the cold mass at the points where the hot rocker descends upon it, he regarded as the sustaining power...
Página 487 - Faraday, and refers the vibrations to " a new species of mechanical agency in heat" — a repulsion exercised by the heat itself on passing from a good conductor to a bad one. This conclusion is based upon a number of general laws established by Professor Forbes. If these laws be correct, then indeed a great step has been taken towards a knowledge of the intimate nature of heat itself, and this consideration was the lecturer's principal stimulus in resuming the examination of the subject.
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Página 221 - That as coloured indigo does not occur in healthy urine, and since where the amount of this is at all considerable it is accompanied with strongly-marked symptoms of deranged health, the formation of blue indigo in urine must be regarded as a strictly pathological phenomenon, apparently associated rather with some general morbid condition, than essentially with disease of any one organ ; although there is reason for believing that the blue deposit is met with very frequently in Bright's disease,...

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