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- [obsolete, organic compound] oxalic acid
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Medical Dictionary (1813)
Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Surgery, Medicine, Midwifery, Anatomy, Chemistry, &c. &c. &c by John James Watt
Acid of Sugar. OXA LIS. Wood Sorrel. OXALIS ACETOCELLA. Wood Sorrel. OX- EYE DAISY. See BELL is MAJor. OXYACANTH A GALENI. See Berberis. OXYD. A combination of oxygen with a basis. OXYDATION. The combining of oxygen in a certain proportion with various bodies. OXYDUM ARSENICI ALBUM. It is used internally in cutaneous affections, agues, &c. with great success, but it cannot be too cautiously used. OXYDUM CUPRI VIRIDE ACETATUM. See A.R U Go as R is .
Including the Latest Improvement and Discovery and the Present States of Every Branch of Human Knowledge by George Gregory
At first, however, it was called the acid of sugar, or the saccharine acid. Oxalic acid is in the form of four-sided prisms, whose sides are alternately larger, and they are terminated at the extremities by two-sided summits. They are transparen, and of a fine ...
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