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" Take antimony, calcine it with a continued protracted heat, in a flat unglazed vessel, adding to it from time to time a sufficient quantity of any animal oil or salt, dephlegmated ; then boil it in melted nitre for a considerable time, and separate the... "
The Magazine of Science, and Schools of Art - Page 161
1842
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A Dictionary of Practical and Theoretical Chemistry: With Its Application to ...

William Nicholson - 1808 - 826 pages
...to it from time u> time a sufficient quantity of any animal oil and salt, well dcphlegnuted: ther, boil it in melted nitre for a considerable time, and separate the powder from lh« nitrfi by dissolvm;; it in water." The preparation sold as Jameit puu-der, however, appears from...
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Repertory of Arts, Manufactures, and Agriculture: Consisting of Original ...

1818 - 476 pages
...earthen vessel, adding to it from time to time a sufficient quantity of any animal oil and salt well dephlegmated ; then boil it in melted nitre for a...separate the powder from the nitre by dissolving, it.jp •water. The The Pill*— Take quicksilver, make an amalgaina with e^ual parts of the martial...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry: On the Basis of Mr. Nicholson's, in which the ...

Andrew Ure - 1821 - 432 pages
...earl hen vessel adding to it from time to time a sufficient quantity of any animal oil and salt, well dephlegmated ; then boil it in melted nitre for a...powder from the nitre by dissolving it in water." The real recipe has been studiously concealed, and afalse one published in its stead. Different formula...
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Pharmacologia, al, The history of medicinal substances. Ed. the 6th, corrected

John Ayrton Paris - 1825 - 1036 pages
...vessel, adding to it from time to time, a sufficient qnaniil\ of any animal oil and salt, dephlcgmated ; then boil it in melted nitre for a considerable time, and separate the powder from the nilre by dissolving it in water." rience has established the fact, that James's Powder is less active...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry ...

Andrew Ure - 1828 - 872 pages
...earthen vessel, adding to it from time to time a sufficient quantity of any animal oil and salt, well dephlegmated ; then boil it in melted nitre, for a...considerable time, and separate the powder from the nit» by dissolving it in water." The real recipe has been studiously concealed, and a false one published...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of ..., Part 2, Volume 11

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington) - 406 pages
...earthen vessel, adding to it from time to time a sufficient quantity of any animal oil and salt, well dephlegmated ; then boil it in melted nitre for a...powder from the nitre by dissolving it in water.' Dr. Monro adds, that 'when the doctor first administered his powder, he used to join one grain of a...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry and Mineralogy: With Their Applications

Andrew Ure - 1831 - 980 pages
...adding to it from time to time a sufficient quantity of any animal oil and salt, well dephlegmutcd ; then boil it in melted nitre, for a considerable time,...powder from the nitre by dissolving it in water." The real recipe has been studiously concealed, and a false one published in its stead. Different formula;...
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A New Supplement to the Pharmacopœias of London, Edinburgh, Dublin and ...

James Rennie - 1833 - 524 pages
...with tincture of castor, and divide into 40 pills. They are usually made, however, with antimonial powder, instead of James's powder. JAMES'S POWDER....Pearson and Phillips at a considerable distance of time. Adulterated with flour, prepared chalk, gypsum, and other white powders, and the fraud is concealed...
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A new supplement to the pharmacopæias of London, Edinburgh, Dublin and Paris

James Rennie (surgeon.) - 1837 - 520 pages
...tincture of castor, and divide into 40 pills. They are usually made, however, with compound antimonial powder, instead of James's powder. JAMES'S POWDER....and certain process for its preparation, is proved r by the similarity of the two analyses by Pearson and Phillips at a considerable distance of time....
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Transactions of the Pharmaceutical Meetings, Volume 1

1843 - 800 pages
...earthen vessel, adding to it, from time to time a sufficient quantity of any animal oil and salt well dephlegmated : then boil it in melted nitre for a...powder from the nitre by dissolving it in water!" I beg also to draw especial attention to the latter part of the specification, which, though equally...
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