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Elements of Chemistry (1831)
In the Order of the Lectures Given in Yale College by Benjamin Silliman
Thénard suggests a doubt whether the volatile liniment is a true soap.” Sec. VIII.- Acids derived from, or having relation to, animal substances. Remark.-Several of the acids that have been already described under animal substances, might ...
Containing Concise Explanations of the Various Terms Used in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery. Also, a Short Description of the Anatomy Or Structure of the Eye, the Foot, and Other Important Parts of the Horse, with Practical Observations on His Diseases, as Well as Those of Other Domestic Animals by James White
Liquid ammonia, commonly called Spirit of Hartshorn, and sweet oil, in equal proportions, form a good liniment for indolent tumours : it is called Volatile Liniment, and is improved, ...
A Treatise on Pharmacy (1867)
by Edward Parrish
Volatile liniment is a powerful stimulant, much used as a counterirritant in sore throats, and also in, rheumatism. Lime liniment is applied with ...
by Chapin Aaron Harris
Volatile liniment. LINIMENTUM AM Monize CoM positum. Compound liniment of ammonia. LINIMENTUM AM Monize SEsquic ARBon Atis. Liniment of sesquicarbonate of ammonia. LINIMENTUM CALcis. lime. LINIMENTUM CAM phore.
And Such Words and Phrases of the Collateral Sciences as Pertain to the Art and Practice of Dentistry by Chapin Aaron Harris
Volatile liniment. Linimentum Ammonite Compos' Hum. Ph. E. Compound liniment of ammonia. Linimentum Ammonia Sesquicarbona'tis. Ph. L. Liniment of sesquicarbonate of ammonia. Linimentum Calcis. U. S. Liniment of lime. Linimentum ...
by Richard Dennis HOBLYN
Volatile liniment. A soapy liquid. L. ammonia: sub-carbonalis. L. Linimentum ammonia. P. L. 1787. Linimentum volatile. P. L. 1745. Liniment of sub-carbonate of ammonia. It differs from the former in its less perfect union of the oil and water.
Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy, Human and Comparative, Botany, Chemistry, Materia Medica, Midwifery, Pharmacy, Physiology, Practice of Physic, Surgery, and the Various Branches of Natural Philosophy, Connected with Medicine
Volatile liniment. Strongliniment ofammonia. Take of solution of ammonia, a fluid ounce; olive oil, two fluid ounces. Shake them together until they unite. A more powerful stimulating application than the former, acting as a rubefacient.
by H. V. SWERINGEN
(Linimentum Ammoniae, Volatile Liniment .) ...
by Robley Dunglison
fræna ' ta , tongue volatile liniment , ammonia water 35 , alcohol 5 , oil tie , ankyloglossa . L . geograph ' ica , geographical 60 .
A Vocabulary of the Terms Used in Medicine and the Allied Sciences with Their Pronunciation, Etymology and Signification ... by Henry Ware Cattell
of oleic acid; volatile liniment: used as a rubefacient. L. belladon'nae”, belladonna liniment, ...
Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ; Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge by William Nicholson
volatile liniment. Alcohol ammoniatum aromaticum, Edin. spiritus ammoniae compositus, Lond. Sal volatile. Spiritus ammoniae succinatus, Lond. amber, spirit of ammonia, or eau de luce. Tinctura castorei composita ...
by Abraham Rees
The ammoniated oil , commonly called volatile liniment of U . album .
Containing Information Anatomical and Physiological, Sanitary and Hygienic, Together with the Treatment of Accident and Emergency and the Management of Illness by Spencer Thomson
When combined with olive-oil, ammonia forms a most useful and generally used stimulant liniment, [volatile liniment. ] Two parts by measure of oil, to one of the diluted solution of ammonia, is a convenient strength ; or equal parts of each may ...
A Guide for the Pharmaceutist, Druggist, and Physician ; Containing Concise Explanations of the Various Subjects and Terms of Pharmacy, and Appropriate Selections of the Collateral Sciences by Hiram V. Sweringen
VOLATILE LINIMENT. A liniment much used as a counter-irritant in sore throats, and also in rheumatism, composed of one part aqua ammonia, and two parts olive oil. VOLATILE OILS. See Ot£s, Volatile. VOLCANIC AMMONIA. A quality of ...
A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge with a New Atlas of the World
Volatile liniment, liniment of am. monia.—Volatile oil, an odorous vegetable principle having a strong pungent smell and taste, easily distilled with boiling water. The volatile oils contain no true fats, but are largely hydrocarbons. Also called ...
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