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acetanilid

Definition of the noun acetanilid

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noun - plural: acetanilids

  1. a white crystalline compound used as an analgesic and also as an antipyretic

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Google previewNew England Medical Monthly (1906)

Acetanilid is a valuable and ethical drug, admitted ten years ago to the United States Pharmacopeia and retained in the recent revision, and very much cheaper than its chief rival among the synthetic analgesics and antipyretics, the sale of ...

Google previewThe Medical Standard (1906)

Acetanilid is a valuable and ethical drug, admitted ten years ago to the United States Pharmacopeia and retained in the recent revision, and very much cheaper than its chief rival among the synthetic analgesics and antipyretics, the sale of ...

Google previewAbundant Health (2005)

by Julius Gilbert White

"Acetanilid is a highly potent drug, one profoundly capable of causing serious health impairment, and the use of which has been held as directly responsible for more than a few deaths. In support of this the following authoritative testimony is ...

Google previewThe Saturday Evening Post (1909)

Acetanilid is a derivative of Aniline (Phenylamine) When put into peroxide of hydrogen the acetanilid changes into acetic acid and aniline. The aniline is then converted into complex coal tar products of unknown, questionable and perhaps ...

Google previewThe Literary Digest (1909)

Acetanilid is a derivative of Aniline (Phenylamine) When put into peroxide of hydrogen the acetanilid changes into acetic acid and aniline. The aniline is then converted into complex coal tar products of unknown, questionable and perhaps ...

Google previewDrug Topics (1906)

Acetanilid is a valuable and ethical drug, admitted ten years ago to the United States Pharmacopeia and retained in the recent revision, and very much cheaper than its chief rival among the synthetic analgesics and antipyretics, the sale of ...

Google previewThe Philadelphia Medical Journal (1902)

by George Milbry Gould, James Hendrie Lloyd

Information obtained in a recent inquiry and analytical examination of these powders give the following data, which show that, while many different formulae are used, the powerful acetanilid is the most common. Antipyrine and phenacetine ...

Google previewOrthopathy, Teaching New Science of Health and Natural Healing (1996)

by Shelton, Clements, Shelton

However, drug stores sell headache powders to anybody and in any quantity and require no prescription from the doctor, Acetanilid is the chief ingredient in most of the ...

Google previewAmerican Medicine (1904)

Acetanilid is a comparatively new remedy. Its relation to antipyriu and the importance attached to antifebrile treatment, at all hazards, at the time when the latter was so favorably received everywhere, have determined the classification of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Diet: A Treatise on the Food Question (Complete) (2015)

by Eugene Christian

ACETANILID. Composition. and. effects. of. acetanilid. Acetanilid is one of the coaltar poisons and is chemically related to anilin. This drug has come into use only within the past few years, and of all the coal tar group is one of the most ...

Google previewThe American Illustrated Medical Dictionary (1915)

acetanilid (as-et-an'il-id) [acetic + anilin]. A white, crystalline, sublimable solid. CH»NO, produced by combining ...

Google previewSubject Headings Used in the Dictionary Catalogs of the Library of Congress [from 1897 Through June 1964] (1966)

by Library of Congress. Subject Cataloging Division

t CANCEL: Antidumping duties t Antiepileptics * See Anticonvulsants CANCEL: Antifebrin t CANCEL: See Acetanilid Antihypertensive agents See ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica (1900)

by John Henry Clarke

Acetanilid (formed from aniline). CH3 CO NH C6 Hs. Exalgine is a derivative from this, Methylacetanilid, and has almost identical action. Solution and trituration. Clinical.— Asthma. Cyanosis. Fainting. Head, enlarged sensation. Palpitation.

Google previewLewis' Dictionary of Toxicology (1998)

by Robert Alan Lewis

acetal acetanilide, acetanilid acetal (diethylacetal; 1,1-diethoxyethane; ethylidenediethyl ether). a colorless volatile liquid, CH3CH(OC2H3)2, with an agreeable odor. It is used in organic synthesis, in cosmetics, as a solvent, and in perfumes ...

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Scrabble value of A1C3E1T1A1N1I1L1I1D2

The value of this 10-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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