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Pharmaceutical Journal: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied ..., Volume 6
Visualização completa - 1847
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Página 143 - MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS ; including the Preparations of the Pharmacopoeias of London, Edinburgh, Dublin, and of the United States. With many new Medicines. Edited by Joseph Carson, MD, Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy in the University of Pennsylvania.
Página 438 - Tropical Agriculture ; or, the Culture, Preparation, Commerce, and Consumption of the Principal Products of the Vegetable Kingdom, as furnishing Food, Clothing, Medicine, etc., and in their relation to the Arts and Manufactures; forming a practical treatise and Handbook of Reference for the Colonist, Manufacturer, Merchant, and Consumer, on the Cultivation, Preparation for Shipment, and Commercial Value, etc., of the various Substances obtained from Trees and Plants entering into the Husbandry of...
Página 295 - WITTSTEIN. PRACTICAL PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY: An Explanation of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Processes, with the Methods of Testing the Purity of the Preparations, deduced from Original Experiments. Translated from the Second German Edition, by STEPHEN DARBY. 18mo.
Página 392 - MANUAL OF PHARMACY, For the Student in Veterinary Medicine; containing the Substances employed at the Royal Veterinary College, with an attempt at their classification, and the Pharmacopoeia of that Institution. By WJT MORTON.
Página 587 - 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 of the vibrations....
Página 93 - ... law, founded on their purity and strength, the following list is given of some of the principal articles, with the result of special tests agreeing with the standard authorities referred to in the law, all of which articles are to be entitled to entry when ascertained by analysis to be composed as noted, viz: Aloes, when affording 80 per cent, of pure aloetic extractive.
Página 249 - ... corrupt practices, in pursuance of the Act of Parliament passed in the sixteenth year of the reign of Her present Majesty, chapter fifty-seven, intituled An Act to provide Jor the more effectual Inquiry into the existence of Corrupt Practices at Elections for Members to serve in Parliament : And whereas the commissioners so appointed reported to Her Majesty as follows: 1.
Página 45 - IMPROVEMENTS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF CITRIC AND TARTARIC ACIDS ; AND OF CERTAIN SALTS OF POTASH, SODA, AMMONIA, LIME, AND BARYTA.
Página 345 - Druggists into one ostensible, recognized, and independent body — for protecting their general interests — and for the advancement of Pharmacy, by furnishing such a uniform system of education, as shall secure to the profession and the public the safest and most efficient administration of medicine.