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60.0 ; ol. papaver., 3900.0 ; liq. ammon. caust., 800.0. If too thick, this
is readily corrected by the addition of a little water. Pharm. Ztg., xv
(1910), No. 14, 139.
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therefore recommends the following modification of the formula : Shake
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Volumetric Solutions of the U, S. P, Metalic Siher as a Suitable Ultimate
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accuracy, and finally, what likelihood there is of different operators obtain-
ing such substance in different degrees of purity although working by the
amc method. After pointing out some of the objections to potassium
bilartrate which is chiefly relied on as standard in the U. S. P., the author
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suggested and used for the same purpose, pointing out their deficiencies
in some cases and pronouncing them unmistakable ; arriving at the conclu-
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