The Chemical News, 第 1 卷

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C. Mitchell and Company, 1860
 

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第 132 頁 - Agates and carnelians, set ; Lucifers of every description ; Percussion caps ; Arms of every description ; Jewels, set; Toys ; Corks ; Brocade of gold and silver ; Embroideries and needle-work of every description ; Brass and bronze manufactures, and bronzed metal...
第 280 頁 - The reason of the frequency of these sad cases appears to me to be the familiarity with arsenic which exists in our country, particularly the higher parts. There is hardly a district in Upper Styria where you will not find arsenic in at least one house, under the name of hydrach. They use it for the complaints of domestic animals, to kill vermin, and as a stomachic to excite an appetite. I saw one peasant show another on the point of a knife how much arsenic he took daily, without which, he said,...
第 119 頁 - Every person who shall sell any article of food or drink with which, to the knowledge of such person, any ingredient or material injurious to the health of persons eating or drinking such article has been mixed, and every person who shall sell as pure and unadulterated any article of food or drink, or any drug which is adulterated or not pure...
第 130 頁 - Davy considered the idea so ridiculous, that he asked " if it were intended to take the dome of St. Paul's for a gasometer?
第 279 頁 - If you wish to continue the study of assaying, and become hereafter superintendent of a factory, more especially of an arsenic factory, in which position there are so few, and which is abandoned by so many, and to preserve yourself from the fumes which injure the lungs of most, if not...
第 225 頁 - Committee to call the attention of the members of the Society to the excellence of our Library in the English department, so-called.
第 279 頁 - As a rule, arsenic eaters are very long lived, and are peculiarly exempt from infectious diseases, fevers, &c.; but unless they gradually give up the practice invariably die suddenly at last. In some arsenic works near Salzburg with which he is acquainted, he says the only men who can stand the work for any time are those who swallow daily doses of arsenic, the fumes, &c., soon killing the others.
第 279 頁 - The doses sent were No. 1, original dose, three grains: No. 2, present dose, twenty-three grains of pure white arsenic in coarse powder. Dr. Arbele says this gentleman's daily dose has been weighed there also, and found as above. Mr. continues : — ' About an hour after taking my first dose (I took the same quantity daily for three months,) there followed slight perspiration with griping pains in the bowels, and after three or four hours a loose evacuation :, this was followed by a keen appetite...
第 236 頁 - Then re-vaporise the sublimate, holding the tube (which should be closed by a loosely-fitting cork) as upright as possible. The dense vapour sinks to the bottom, and will give large and regular crystals as the glass slowly cools. These crystals glitter in the sun like diamonds, and exhibit the same play of...
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