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Full text of "Merck's index of fine chemicals and drugs for the materia medica and the arts : comprising a summary of whatever chemical products are to-day adjudged as being useful in either medicine or technology, with average values and synonyms affixed; a guide for the physician, apothecary, chemist, and dealer"

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New YORK: 
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E. MERCK, 

MANUTACTURING CHEMIST. 
DARMSTADT, GERMANY. 



LONDON: 
le JEWRV STREET. 



1889. 



CopvnicMT BY E. Merck. 



MERCK'S 



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AMERICAN HOUSE 



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NEW YORK CITY, 

No. 73 WILLIAM STREET. 

[P. O. Box 2649.] 



THEODORK \?veick:e:r, 

Empowered Attorney and General Business Manager for E. Merck in the U. S. 



NEW YORK, DARMSTADT, LONDON, 

U. S. A. Germany. England. 

lyjanufactui^ing dhemigt and phai^macButigt, 

AND 

Purveyor lo the Materia Medica of all Countries. 



MERCK'S LABORATORIES AT DARMSTADT WERE FOUNDED IN THE YEAR 



First American Edition. Price: $1.00. 



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Index 



J^me C/iemica/s and Drttgs 



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MATERIA MEDICA 



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COMPRISING A SUMMARY OF 
WHATEVER CHEMICAL PRODUCTS ARE TO-DAY ADJUDGED AS BEING USEFUL 



IN EITHER MEDICINE On TECHNOLOGY. 



WITH AVERAGE VALUES AND SYNONYMS AFFIXED. 



A GUIDK 

For the Phy sician, Apothecary, Chemist, and Dealer. 



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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the yea» 1889, by 

E. Mebce. 

in the Oflfice of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



PRESS OP 

THl CMIROUNV PRINTlNa AND PUDLISHIXO CO., 

l?-<» VADPIWATCR STRCCT, H ». 



New York, January, 1S89. 

To the Members of the IMedical and JPharninceittical 
Professions of America. 

Dear Sirs : — 

In looking back upon the line of generations during which my Home 
Office and Laboratories at Darmstadt, Germany, have been in existence, I 
find that yonder Office has, for many years past, held agreeable relations 
with you, gentlemen of both professions in America, through the inter- 
mediation of your Importers and Drug Merchants. I find, furthermore, that 
those relations have become widened in extent and deepened in reciprocal 
regard, with unfailing constancy, as year after year w^ore on. 

This was made manifest to me, from time to time, in many different 
w^ays ; among others, — by numerous requests from distinguished members 
of your professions, to the effect that I would provide a more convenient 
avenue of mutual communication between us. 

The continued recurrence of these requests, and the multiplying num- 
ber of the sources whence they came, finally caused me to accede to them, 
by establishing a House of my Own in America, — which was opened 
in Febi'uai'ij of 1SS7- 

That action of mine, however, was in no irise inspired by any dis- 
trust or unfriendly sentiment, on my part, toward the able and respected 
merchants who always have been, and still are, the intermediaries of your 
intercourse v\^ith me. They have not in the least changed their position 
in this regard ; with the sole exception that, instead of being obliged, here- 
tofore, to send their orders for my products to my Darmstadt office, they 
now obtain their supplies directly and promptly from my American ware- 
house, which is more readily accessible to them. Hereby the course of 
trade in these chemicals is not altered in any other wise than that of 
added ease, promptness, and certainty of execution. Thus, my business rela- 
tions with the American Wholesale Drug and Chemical Trade remain precisely 
as they ^were before the establishment of my ow^n General Depot at New York. 
My moral relations with you, gentlemen of both professions, will, I am bold to 
hope, likewise remain as heretofore, — those of mutual esteem and confidence ; 
with the modification, perhaps, — resulting from the comparative nearness of my 
American establishment to you and your purveyors, — of making many of you, 
as well as of them, still better acquainted with the i'(( stiff coinjH'elwusirr 
e.rtent of the full line of my products, numbering to-day upwards of 5,000 
medicinal, analytical, and technical Chemicals ; thus embracing about every 
purely chemical compound or derivative, and most of the pharmaceutical 
preparations, at present employed in Medical Art. 

The present volume contains an alphabetically arranged List of those of 
my products which are, at the present day, dealt-in by the principal Drug and 
Chemical Warehouses in all parts of the world ; (nhlcd to which are about 
a dozen preparations mostly made under patent restrictions by other makers 
exclusively, and which, on account of their excellence and importance, have 
been received into this " Index." 

The most vital interests of your patients, gentlemen physicians ! — and 
of your customers, gentlemen of the pharmaceutical profession ! — depend, as 
you are well aware, on the reality of the Presumed Purity, of the Pre- 
scribed Strength, and of the Correct Condition of the materials employed 



iv M r-: R C- K • S INDEX. 

in filling prescriptions. Your well-founded confidence in the Standard and 
Reliable Brand of *' 31erck " may, in many cases, where yon /tare not 
J'oiiiKf on ((iiinUii rri-ttiin preparation from other sources, cause you to 
f/H-ri/'f/ ">I<'rck's" in your prescriptions to be filled by your Dispensing 
Pharmacist, or in your orders sent to your Wholesale Dealer. 

Surh sjH'ii/irfifions can now he ohcj/rd n'itliin n rttniparntivili/ 
brief' t'nnc, wlu'ii not iiislantly, fuj every Apothemrif, — or hij ev- 
ery Drntj nnd f'lteniictf/ Mere/innf, i7.sy>f'<7/<vV//,— tliroujilumt 
t/ie h-nt/t/i (imf hrrtnlf/i of' onr Sfofis nnd Territories ; for, whenever 
a substance specified as "MERCK'S" should not be thus in stock at the 
moment when first required, tlie next return mail from New I'orh- 
will, as a rule, bring- it whithersoever desired! This is the great achieve- 
ment gained for the friends of my Brand on this Continent by the establish- 
ment of my Anwricaii IJraneli : that almost anything likely to be desired 
from the vast arsenal of the Materia Medica can now be obtained at very 
short notice from my well-stocked New-York warehouse ; whereas, formerly, 
many weeks may have elapsed before a given special order could be filled ria 
Atlantic steamer. —For it must be bornr> in mind that, in my house in this city, 
I keep a full line of my own products, consisting not only of those rarer and 
difficultly obtainable Botanical Derivatives, mostly known as ^i//ta/oi<ls, 
fjlfneo.sittes, or Mesinoids, (which constitute, it is true, a sjteeial and eini- 
itent province of my Laboratories), — but liki'wise, as above indicated, of 
all the MetaHie Saffs and Sf/nt/ietieaf Orf/anie ('oinj)onnds, etc., 
employed in Modern Medicine; — besides the most important of the ret/n/ftr 
I'liarntaeentie J'rej)arftfions (Balsams, Essences, Extracts, Juices, Oils, 
Resins, Solutions, Spirits, Syrups, Tinctures, Waters, etc.); — added to which 
are all the Lattoratonj Reagents employed by Analytical Chemists, and a 
great number of the Finer Grades of Technical Chemicals (Acids and 
other Solvents, Anti-Ferments, Detergents, Mordants, Pure Metals, etc.). 

Furthermore, I would beg leave to direct the attention of Physicians 
and Druggists to the fact that all these preparations, whenever *' Merck's " 
Brand is called for, can be furnished by every Drug and Chemical Warehouse 
of the United States and Canada, in the Orif/inal l*acka(je smA under the 
<)ri<;iiial Ijabel and Seal of my Darmstadt Laboratories, — be the pack- 
affc of' anij size, small or large, that may be desired. 

I would earnestly entreat my friends, throughout both professions, to 
insist rigidly that Merck's Clieinieals be furnished to them, by dealers, in 
the oriifinal packages as above described. If any dealer refuses, or pro- 
fesses to be unable, to thus furnish them — after being allowed a reasonable 
lapse of time for correspondence with my New-York Office — I will be thankful 
to parties thus disappointed if they will communicate full particulars to me, 
at New York City (73 William Street, or P. O. Box 2649), and I iril/ in 
each ease endearor to procure the 2>i'onij)t satisfaction of the de- 
mand made. 

I shall also feel pleased, at all times, to give to professional gentlemen 
an;/ other desired Informatiitn at nn/ connnand. 

Quite a number of inquiries, however, such as come to me by each mail in 
great numbers, might have been averted if the inquirers had read a Monthly 
Publication issued by me, entitled : " Merek's Hulh'tin — a periodical record 
of New Discoveries, Introductions, or Applications of Medicinal Chemicals." 
That journal is issued e.rclusireh/ f<tr the j)urpose of informing profes- 
sional men on what may be o/' actual interest to them in the field of chem- 
ical, physiological or therapeutical discovery as to Chemico-medicinal Prepa- 



M E R C K • S I N D E X . v 

rations.— "MERCK'S BULLETIN" is edited /// the briefest po.ssift/c 
form, leaving aside all speculative ventures of opinion, and confining itself 
to established facts. It is further edited trif/i<mf (fe/'rreiirc to MercL\s 
or oHff OIK' else's hiishic.ss interests, — simply describing Things that are 
New and Interesting, ■■without any regard whatever to their origin, sale, or 
trade-connection. 

One remark may be needed by my professional friends, as to the Price- 
notes placed opposite the names of most substances in the following List. 
Tltose I'riee-iiotes (ire uot intended to {/ire this work tlie eh<i me- 
ter of a eoinnwrcial or business l*rice-list. The prices of most of the 
articles enumerated are, in the nature of the market, variable ; and the 
sole pnrpose of inserting such price-notes here is, therefore, to give Physi- 
cians and Apothecaries a somewhat approximative idea as to Averdffe JMfir- 
het V(dues : so as to serve as an occasionally convenient guide in calcu- 
lating the cost of various medicines, and, consequently, in some cases, to 
assist in determining their choice, when there may be several substances of 
like mode of action to choose from, and when the item of cost may have to be 
a factor in the selection. 

It will be understood that the Values stated are based on the average rates 
which the Retail Druggist is expected to pay his purveyor ; and that, conse- 
quently, they will form a basis only to the ApotJteeftry or to the Dis- 
pensing I'Injsieiun for the calculation of his own expenditure. 

The Iliilinf/ in, tlie blank eolumns after the price-notes is intended 
for the insertion of private notes regarding the stated articles. — The cross- 
ruling at the end of each alphabetical division may serve to allows new articles 
to be added. 

The English Noinenclature and Orthography hereinafter followed, 
for the designations of chemical compounds, are, in the main, those adopted 
by the Clieniical Society of England, and by most of the modern text-books 
and treatises on chemistry, both in England and the United States. — For 
instance, the termination ** ine " is reserved strictly for only two classes of 
bodies: Elements (Chlorine), and Alkaloids or other non-metallic liases 
(Strychnine; Hydroxyl-amine) ; while all Glueosides, Resinoids, Amarn- 
lents, I'roteids, or other Neutral or prevalently Aeid bodies drop that 
'*e'' (Strophanthin ; Agaricin ; Euonymin ; Chondrin ; Tannin). — Hydfocar- 
bons of the Aromatic Series end in **ene," supplanting " ol " or "in" or 
"en "(Benzene [not " Benzol "] ; Naphthalene [not " Naphthalin "] ; Stilbene 
[not " Stilben"]); — those of the Fatty Series in "aite" — not "an" — (Me- 
thane). [Some Esters likewise end in '' ane " (Ur-ethane), and some in *' in'' 
(without final ,/) — (Stearin jj. — The termination ''"He" carries the mute fi 
(Nitrile); the termination "yl" does not (Acetyl).— y^i^co/fo/.s (so-called 
Hydroxyl-derivatives of Hydrocarbons) do not add a mute e to the termina- 
tion *"ol" (Carbinol), while the otJter compounds ending similarly take the 
e for distinction (Indole). [With some Alcohols, the termination '^in^' has 
become so firmly established in current usage, that this was recognized in the 
List ; as, f. i., — " Glycerin — Glycerol." Some of the higher (poly-hydric or 
poly-valent) Alcohols of the Fatty Series have been given under the dis- 
tineti re terminsLtion oi '" it,'" with other recognized forms added ("Man- 
nit = Mannitol = Mannol"); while the termination *• ife " has been reserved 
wholly for Salts of the weaker Acid-forms (—Nitrite) and Xatire Miner<ds 
(Pyrolusite).]— "Aldehyd" has been deprived of the final e appended to it by 
many authors, as being more exactly in accordance with its etymology of 



vi M E R C K ' S I N D E X . 

".-l/[cohol] deli i/(l[rogena.t\is]. ' — These are some of the principal OrtJut- 
{/r<ti>hic(tl points on which various authors are still in the habit of differing. 
— As to Xonirnr/dfurt' j/r«fjn'i', there will, I presume, be no difficulty of 
understanding, inasmuch as the system hereinafter used is one that has 
been taught in our schools, in substantially the same form, for nearly a gen- 
eration past. 

In connection herewith I would say that quite a great deal of labor has 
been bestowed, in arranging the matter of the book, on the introduction of a 
pretty full array of Synonyms (embracing both jtopu/dr or trade, and 
alcheniistic or so-called niayistrnl designations). — I was originally loth 
to call the products here listed by any other than their properly (and when so: 
officially) received chemical appellations, — intending to add only a few of the 
pharmacopeial designations in cases where these differed from the former. 
But such floods of both orders and inquiries poured in upon me equally from 
Trade and from Professional quarters, tisint/ the most rtn-hms <frsif/nff- 
tioiis /'or soiHC of/Jrtfs, that I found myself perforce compelled — if I meant 
to accommodate the mass of my readers — to receive into the List a number of 
names deemed quite obsolete by me at the first planning of this work. 

But, \vhicIi('Vor the " odd names" thus received may be, — the substance 
in question is invariablij listed under a pro])er chemicnl name also, 
and is, as a rule, detailed and prieed there! (In no case is a sub- 
stance detailed or priced in two or more places in the List, but alirajfs — 

if at all — otdfi in the place pointed-to by the words ''see ," or ''see 

under ." — Thus : the trade-names "Vitriol, blue," and " Copper Vitriol" 

are both found in the List in their respective alphabetic places ; but, after 
both, the reference-remark points to " Copper, sulphate, neutral " ; irhere 
alone the Descriptions and Market-values of its different forms and qualities 
are stated.) In a very few instances, the money-value of a substance is 
stated after a name quite different from any of its proper 
ehemieal desif/nations ; such departure is then always due to a differing 
pharmacopeial (U.-S.) nomenclature. (For example: "Calcium, oxide," is 
referred to " Lime," because the U.-S. Pharmacopoeia calls it " Calx = 
Lime.") — Whenever a substance is here listed under a name deriatinr/ 
from the English form of its U.-S. pharmacopeial Latin name, the latter is 
alirai/s added in parentheses, and is also repeated (in English) in its 
proper alphabetic place, as a Si/noni/m. (For example: "Mercury, bi- 
chloride," has after it the parenthesis " Hydrargyri chloridum corrosivum," 
and is also listed under the synonym: "Mercury, chloride, corrosive.") — In 
a few other instances, when substances had to be referred, for their quality- 
standard or mode of preparation, to some Foreif/n Pharmacopoeia, their 
Latin synonyms, when given in such connection, are formed according to the 
system of nomenclature of t/iat particular work. (For example : "Antimony, 
oxide, precipitated," will be found described in parentheses, first, by its exact 
chemical designations : " Antimonious oxide — Tri-oxide"; — then by its U.-S. 
pharmacopeial name: " Antimonii oxidum " ; — and then again by one of its 
foreign pharmacopeial names : " Stibium oxydatum praecipitatum.") 

When a complicated compound may as likely be sought-for under its 
rational ehemieal nttme as under its empirical eltemic(d name, both 
are listed. (Thus: " Urea" = " Carb-amide " ; " Pyro-catechin " = " Di-oxy- 
benzene, ortho-.") 

I sincerely trust the book may be a Welcome Visitor not only to whom- 
ever it calls upon ; but may prove so useful as to be asked to " come again." 

E. MERCK. 



TJie ORIGINAL DOCUMENT, of which the sahjoincd text contahts a 
literalUj identical reproduction, is to-day preserved in tlie GRAND-DUCAL STATE 
ARCHIVES at DARMSTADT, ilerninnij. — The meaninff of the ancient tejct, datfd 
July 10th, 1682, is that of a GOVERNMENT CHARTER, or LETTERS- 
PATENT, conjirminy and eoHtinuiny. to C}£.ORCiJ£. FREDERICK MERCK, </ie 
CHARTER or GRANT OF L. CENSE conferred upon JACOB FREDERICK M ERCK 

IN THE YEAR 1668, by the landgrave of hesse: ludwig the sixth, 

—for the maintenance of a PHARMACEUTIC ESTABLISHMENT by said 
Merck. — The Kstablishmrnt referred-to has noiv heen in the possession and under 
the direction of the MERCK FAMILY FOR 221 YEARS, and /"f« by </*em, in 
the meantime, been developed into the immense complex system of MANUFACT- 
URING LABORATORIES, to-day knou-n as 

"MERCK'S DARMSTADT CHEMICAL WORKS." 



Copt a copiae. 

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3dbrigcn Solans, £anbgraf JErilft XuDwigS 311 lieffcn p. l]iermit, :n^' Sr. £M. 
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famen Medicamentis unb IPabren, alfo gcnugfamlidj Dcrfcl^cn, unb bamit fort unb 
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nod? rocitcr bar3u depiitirtw, nadj unb nad) 3U pcrfiigen, nid?t unterlaffcn werbcn ; 
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Jligcnljanbigen Untcrfdjrift unb l^icrauf gebrucften ^Jiirftlidjcu Secrets, Datum — 

Darmftabt am totcn July anno \682. 

Clifabctl^a Dorotl^ca Canbgrcifin 311 Qcffcn, 
(X. S,) 



STTI :M CI IIOTJE. 



^lii' list licri'k'itli siihinittaL of a fni' 0/ flic HONORABLE AWARDS 

cxicndcd /o tlw firm 0/ E. MERCK, cmfmuea, Sij I lie desire cj tl:c 

jH'ciise, fnil A NUMERICALLY SMALL FRACTION 0/ siuli (luunds received durina 

tlie time frcm X^i^O fo 'l$^<$3 ; tlie fmlame mt cmimeraicd mr.y 6e 

covered fiij tlie remarl'i tliat E. MERCK NEVER EXHIBITED HlC PRCCUCTC 

ON ANY PUBLIC OCCASION WHATEVER. WITHOUT THEIR ELICITING A TOKEN CF ESPECIAL 

DISTINCTION AND HONOR. ^ ^^ 

THEODORE WEICKER, 

Mtinof^c-r in the I'. S. for E. MERCK. 



Amoni,^ llic AWARDS received In E. MERCK, of Darmstadt, are 
the following : 

Gold Medal: 

"For the Relief of Mankind." 



i8to: 

■853: 



Medal and Special Approbation 

"For Specimens of Alkaloids." 



1861: 
1862: 
1864: ''"'"^l 



Gold Medal and Diploma. 
Medal: "Honoris Causa." 



! Pharmaceutical Society of 
P.VKIS, (France). 
Competitive Exposition. 

Exhibition of the Industry 
of All Nations, — 

NEW YORK. 

Industrial Exposition for 
the Grand Duchy of 
Hesse, — D A R MST A DT . 

World's Fair, - LONDOxX, 
(England). 



"Beyond Competition" \ 

PRIX MORS LICNE): ' 

Numerous and varied collection of Alkaloids / 

and very rare products ; Physiological Prepa- V 

rations of high interest and very difficult to ] 
obtain in any appreciable quantity." 



Pharmaceutical Congress 
of France. 

Hygienic and Pharma- 
ceutic Exposition, 
STRASSBOURG. 



1867: 

1873: 
1876: 

1879: 
1880: 
1880: 



.883: 



Gold Medal: 

"Chemical Preparations; Quinine Salts 
Alkaloids." 

Medal of Progress and Diploma. 

(The Highest Award.) 



The Great Prize Medal 

and Diploma. 

" P^irst Award." 



Gold Medal and Diploma : 

" A Fine and Vast Collection of the Rarest 
Alkaloids and their Salts." 

Gold Medal : 

"Vitam Excolere per Artes." 



The Diploma of Honor, 



\ Universal Exposition, — 
: PARIS, (France). 



World's Exposition,- — 
VIENNA, (Austria). 



Industrial Exposition for 
the Grand Duchy of 
Hesse,— DARMSTADT. 

International Exhibition, — 
SYDNEY, (Australia). 



Medical Assoc'n of Italy. 
Ninth Convention, Third 
Exposition, GENOA. 

International Exhibition, 
MELBOURNE, 

(Australia). 

International Exposition, — 
AMSTERDAM, 

(Holland). 



IVIEKCKS OHEIVIICALS a-e to be obtained through the FT/jo/fsa//- 
and Johbing Jinuj Trade in all parts of the United Stales, in UNBROKEN ORIGINAL 
PACKAGES (of any desired size!) under the Oenuinc Darumtadt Seal and Lattel. 

S^ff- Wh' never diffictUly is experienced in thus procuring them, n lief will he had hy srnding prompt 
notification to : E. M ERCK, New Yobk City. (P. 0. Box 2G49.) 



t^"Table of Abbreviations, see page 156. 

A.bsinthin (Absjnthiinj 

Acetal (Di-ethyl-acetal), commercial 

•' liure 

Acetal, di-Methyl-, see Di-methjl-acetal . . 

A^et-amide 

Acet-anilide, —medicinal,— see Antifebrin 

• ' mono-bromated, see Brom-phenyl-acet- 

amide, mono- 

Aceto-acetie Ester, see Etbyl, aceto-acetate 

Acetone (Di - metbyl - ketone), [so - called 

Pyvo-acetic "Etber" oi* "Siiirit"]. . . 

" cbem. ijure, — boiling-point 56-58"^ C 

[13'2.8 13().4 F] 

Aeeto-nitrile, see IMetbyl, cyanide 

Acato-phenone, see Hypnone 

• cat-phenetidin, para-, see Phen-acetin . . 

Aeetiira eoncentratum, purum; and, puiissi- 

mnm, Pb. G. II; — see Acid, acetic, 

pnre,- solution; and, cb. pure,-solnt. 

•• plumbicvun (.SV/fwnuj, see Solutions: 

Lead acetate, basic, U. S. Ph 

' ' pyrolignosvun rectiiicatum, Pb. G. II, 
see Acid, pji-o-ligneous, purified .... 

Acetyl Chloride 

Aeetylene-urea (Acetylene-carbamide) .... 

Acid, acetic, pure, -solution, (Acetum conceu- 

tratuui purum), — sp. gr. 1.04 . . 

" " cbem. 2)ure,-solut., (Acetum cou- 

centr.puriss., Pb.G.II), — sj). gr. 

1.U4, [30%of C„H OJ 

" " cbem. pure,— U. 8. J"/*., — sp. gr. 

1.048, [3G%] • 

" pure,— sp. gr. l.OfiO ) [^O^of 
" cb. p.,— sp.gi-.l.OGO f CHjiO.,] 
N. B. — Tbe ' ' chem. pure, — sj). 
gr. 1.060," — is indifferent to 
Permanganate of Potassium. 
" glacial, — U. S. Ph. , — [99%] ;— dis- 
solves Oil of Lemon in any 

proportion 

" " " —exactly ace. to Pb. G. II, 

[96% ot Co H4 O.^] 

" " " —[8.5%']; dissolves Oil of Cloves 

" " anbydrous 

" " pyi-o-bgneous, rectified, see Acid, 

pyro-ligneous, purified 

" aconitic, — identical witb AchiUeic acid. . 
" letbyl-malor.ic, see Acid, etbyl-malonic. 
" agai-ic (agaiicic, agaricinic), see Acitl, 

laricic 

" aloe-resinic,— according to Mulder 

' ' aloetic (aloetinic) 

" amido-acetic (amido-glycollic), see Gly- 

cocoll 

" amido-caproic, see Leucine 

" .amido-etbyl-sulpbonic, see Taurine. . . 
' ' amido-s)iccinic, see Acid, asparagic .... 
" amygdalic, {not .Auiygdalinic acid!), see 

Acid, mandeli(! 

" amylic, see Acid, valerianic 

' ' anacardic 

' ' anemonic 

" anilotic (anilotinic 

" anisic, crvst 



Containers incl. 

15 gr. . 75 
oz. . 75 
oz. 1.00 



oz. 



.65 



lb. 1.10 
lb. 1.50 



oz. . 50 
15 gr. 1 . 00 

lb. ..50 



lb. .55 



.60 
.50 



lb. . 60 



lb. .85 



lb. 
11). 
oz. 



. S5 
.60 
.50 



15 gr. 



15 gr. .25 
15 gr. .25 



15 gr. .50 
15 gr. 1.75 
15 gr. .25 
15 gr. .25 



.^-When ordeiin?, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



Merck's Index. 



1"K 



Acid, antimonic, unbydroxis, see Antimony, 
oxiile, white, true, (Pent-oxide) 

" antimouious, iinhydrons, see Antimony, 
oxide, precipitated, pure, (Tri-oxide). 

" arabic (arabinic) [gummic], see Arabin 

" arsenic (arseuicic), bydrated,— soluble, 
-[Tetra-bydrated Arsenic Pent- 
oxide; Hydrated Tri-bvdric Ar- 
seniate — H, AsO,. ^H„0], — 
pure 

" " dry (anbydrous), — [ArsenicicAn- 
bydride, Arsenicic Oxide ; Ar- 
senic Pent-oxide — As„ Oj^], — 
commercial 

" arsenious (arsenicous), anby- 
droiis, — [Arsenious 
Anbydride, Arsenious 
Oxide ; Arsenic Tri- 
oxide ; so-called "Wbite 
Arsenic, " — liesublim- 
ed "Flowers of Arse- 
nic"], — piire, lumps; 

— ( Vitreous Arsenic, 
Arsenic-glass) 

" " do., — pure, powder J 

' ' asparagic (asparaginic, aspartic j [amido- 

succinic] 

' ' ati'oi)ic • ^ 

" benzoic, from Siamese Benzoin- ^ ^ 

resin; sublimed,-Pb. G. II i I 

" " fr. Benzoin -resin; sublimed, 

— U. S. Fh. and Pb. G. II . . 
" " fr. Benzoin -resin; subbmed, 

])erf. wbite 

" " from Benzoiu-resin; wet process, 
cryst 

" " from Toluol 

" " from \iriue; sublimed 

" " " " resublimed, perfectly 
wbite, cbem. pure. . 

" bi-cblor-acetic, see Acid, di-cblor-acetic . 

' ' Itoric (boracic), crude, cryst 

" " cb. pure, perf. white, cryst., 1 -j s 
-U.S.Ph -^1 

" " ch. pure, perf. wbite, powder f •„ = 

" " " " " " impalp.pwd. J ' Z 

" " pure, perf. white, cryst 

" " " " " j)owder 

" " " " " impalp. powder. 

" " " . fused 

" glycerolate (glycerite) of, see 
Boro - Glycerin, dry 

' ' boro-benzoic 

" " -citric 

" " -hj'cbrofluoric 

" * ' -salicj'lic 

" " -wolf ramie (boro-tungstic) 

" bromic,— sp. gr. 1.12 

' ' bromo-acetic 

" bursic. — The active principle of Bursa 
pastoris, (CapsellaB. p.), [Shepherd's 
purse]. (Highly efficient hemostatic.) 

" l)utyric, normal, concentrated, — [abt. 
00^65%] 

" " " chem. pure 

" " Iso- 

" cacodylic Hcakodylic) [di-metbyl-ar- 
sinic]. — Also called. " Alkargen " {not 
to be confounded with " Alkarsin " !) . 

" cahincic (caincic), [Cabincin] 



Containers incL 



lb. 1.00 



lb. .90 



lb. 
lb. 

15 gr. 
15 gr. 



.35 
l.UO 



lb. 8.50 
lb. 7.50 



oz. 
lb. 
lb. 2 



.20 

.30 
.85 
2,-> 



lb. 3.00 



lb. 


.40 


11). 


.GO 


lb. 


.05 


11). 


.75 


lb. 


.50 


lb. 


.55 


11). 


.60 


lb. 


2.00 


oz. 


.50 


oz. 


.25 


oz. 


.35 


oz. 


.75 


oz. 


1.75 


oz. 


1.00 


oz. 


1.75 


lb. 


1.75 


lb. 


4.00 


oz. 


1.00 





^ai-When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



m:e:rck:'s Index. 



Acid, camphoric, — melt. -point 178° C [352.4 
F].— (Eecently introduced into thera- 
peutics as an inhalant in diseases of 
the air-passages; also, as a surgical 

aseptic, etc.) 

" capric (caprinic) [iiitic] 


Containers incl. 

OZ. 1.00 
OZ. 4 . 50 
OZ. 1.25 
OZ. 4.00 














" capronic (caproic), pure 

" cajjrj'lic 

' ' carb-azotic, 6ee Acid, picric 

" carbolic (phenic, phenylic), chem.pure, 
loose crystals, — [Absolute Phe- 
nol ; so - called ' ' Hvdrate of 
Phenyl"],— melt.-poiiit 40° C 
[104 F],—U. S. Ph.— As to pu- 
rity, both this grade and the fol- 
lowing correspond to: ) 5 

" " pure, crvst., fused, white, — > o 
melt. -point 35°C [95 FJ . . . . ) = 

" " liquid, brown, [ab. 90 %] , -Ph. G. II 
" crude I, [50-60%] ) ? 

:: :: :: :: git^»5^i \i 


















lb. 1.00 
lb. .60 








































" " solution [90''/] in Glycerin,— 
(Phenol - Glycerin), [Glycerolate 
(Glycerite) of Carbolic acid] ; - 
for metlical use 


lb. 1 . 25 
OZ. 2.U0 
OZ. 2.00 








*' " iodized, (Iodized Phenol) 

' ' carminic, chem. pure 

" carthamic, so-ciilled, see Carthamin .... 


















" caryophyllic, formerly so-called, {Fa\- 

geuic acid), see Eugenol 

" ciitechuic, see Catechin 


















' ' ca techu-tannic, chem. pure 

" cathartic (cathartinic), [not identical 
with Cathartin, — which see 
also!\ 


OZ. 2.00 

OZ. . 75 

OZ. 1.00 

15 gr. 2.00 

15 gr. . 75 














" " pure 

' ' cerebric (cerebrinic) 

" cerotic (cerotinic) 

" cetraric, see Cetrarin 
























" cheno-cholic (cheno-choliaic) 

' ' chiuic, see Acid, quinic 

' ' chiuo-picric, see Acid, quino-picric 

' ' chinov-ic, see Acid, quinovic 

" chloric,— sp. gr. 1.12 

" " per-, see Acid, per-chloric 

" chloro-acetic. — (An escharotic.) 

" chloro-chromic, anhydrous, (Chloro- 
chromic Anhydride), see Chromium, 
di-oxy-di-chloride 


15 gi-. 1.00 


























OZ. . 25 














OZ. .60 












" chloro-nitrous {chlor -azotic), see Acid, 
niti'o-hydrochloric, U. S. Ph 

" choleic (choleinic), see Acid, tauro-cholic 

' ' cholic (cholalic), cryst 

," " amoq^hous 

" choloidic (choloidinic) 

" chromic, cryst, chem. pure, — absolutely 
free from Sulphuric acid. — (Solely a 
Chromic acid jjossessiug this quali- 
fication is fit for use as an escha- 
rotic. ) 

" do.,— same as above— in pencil form . . . 

" chr<jmic, pure, cryst., — U. S. Ph 

" " commercial 


















15 gi-. .75 
15 gr. . 60 
15 gr. .50 

OZ. .30 
OZ. 1.00 
OZ. .18 
lb. .75 
OZ. .25 
15 gr. .50 










































" cliromo-Tiitric 








" chrysammic (chrysamminic) 

' ' chrysophanlc, — (.so - called), — medicinal,— 
see Chrys-arobin 














" —true, — (Kheic acid), see Rhubarb 
constituents: Rhein 











.^^ When ordering, specify : " MERCK'S " I 



IVIERCK'S INDBX. 



•ImoIdUI; purr 
uid cODformlog 
toFh.G. II. 



Acid, cinniiiuic (cinniiuiylic), eheni. pure. . . 

• iTlltlo 

• fit lie, i'i)lorl»'s.s, l•rv^t 

" powiUr 

l'""^*^' ''>"[ l-freefr. Lead 

•• cli-iiurt', U.S. 

7'/(.,- cryst., 

" cL. pure, po-.v- 

der 

" copal vie, amorphous 

" i-rvst., f\Ieta-copaivic acid) 

" crude, see liesins: Copaiva 

•• i-rcsotic (eresotinic) 

•• (iVKjlic, (Cre.sol) 

• • en )tonolie, (iiot Crotonic, but Tiglic [Me- 

thyl-crntonic) acid!) 

•• enbebie • 

" cuiiiarylous (eoumarylous), [Cumaric 

Auhydride], see Cumarin 

" cuuiinie, eryst 

" cyan-uric (tri-cyanie), ciyst 

" di-dilor-acetic (bi-clilor-acetic), pure. . . 

" di-iod-salicylic 

" di-iu('thyl-ar.siiiic, see Acid, cacodylic. . 
" di-nietbyl-uor-opianic, see Acid, opi- 

auic 

•* di-iiietbyl-proto-catecbuic, see Acid, ve- 

ratric 

" claic (elainic— notelaidic, elaidinic!), see 

Acid, oleic .... 

" elaidic (elaidinic). —An isomeric modifi- 
cation of Oleic acid 

" elateric, anhydrous, Koe Elaterin Merck, 

cryst. V ; • ■ 

' ' ergotic i ergotinic), — aceordinf^ to Z weif el 

>.B. — .S'ee, also: Acid, sclerotic, etc. 
" etbyl-di-iicetic, see Etbyl, aceto-acetate 

" etbyl-iualouie 

" etbyl - sulijburous (not: etbyl - sulphu- 
ric!), see Acid, sulpbo-vinous 

" eugenic, (foruierl}' called " Carjopbj'llic 

acid " ), see Eugenol ' 

' ' filicic, (Filicin) 

" formic (formvlic), pure, — Ph. G. 11, — 
sp.gr. 1.0(50 [25%CH„02| 

" pure,— sp.g:-. 1.120, [.50% " ] 
" 1.150, [05% " ] 
" 1.1«0, [80% " ] 
" 1.200, [•K)% " ] 

1 . 220, crystallizable, 

[1U<J%CH,0,].. 

' ' f rangulic (frangubnic) 

' ' f uniaric 

" gallic, cryst., — U. S. Ph 

" gaultb<ric (methyl-salicylic), so-called, 

see Methyl, salicylate 

" gentianic (^gcntisic), see Gentisin 

" glyco-cholie 

" gumuiic (arable), see Arabln 

■ ' gj'noeardic 

" hippuric. cryst 

•• livdroliroinic, sp.gr.l.49,[abt.48%HBrl 

'• sp. gr. l.:W [ " 40% " ] 

" " " l'^7 [ " 30% " ] 

" ace. to FotberglU. . [ " 12% " ] 
" diluted, — I/. .S. PA.,— sp.gr. 1.077, 

ll<'"ol 

" hydroehloricr (muriatic), pure, — sp. gr. 
l.l'.Ht, [3S..-.",; HCl] 



Containers incl. 
«Z. l.r>(( 
<)/. 1 (10 
lb. 1 25 

lb. i.:]5 
lb. 1 ;J5 
11.. 1 4.5 

lb. 1,50 

lb. 1.60 
oz. . 75 
oz. . 40 



oz. 
oz. 



15 gr. 
15 gr. 



.50 
.40 



.GO 
.60 



15 gr. .40 

15 gr. .35 

oz. 1.50 

15 gr. .50 



15 gr. .75 



15 gi-. 2.50 



15 gr. .50 



15 gr. .50 

lb. 1.50 

oz. .25 

oz. .30 

oz. . 35 

oz. .40 

oz. .65 

15 gi-. .50 

15 gr. .30 

lb. 1.25 








,7J©~When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



IVIERCK'S INDBX, 



Acid, hvdrochloi-ic, — (as above .'); — sp. gr. 
1.16, [31.8"5'HC1] ; confol•nlill^' 

to U. S. Ph. and Ph. Brit 

•• -sp. gr. 1.124, [•25''„"HC'1]; oui- 

forming to Pii. G. II 

hydro-cinnamic (hvdro-cinnamylic) . . . . 
hvdrocyanic (piiissic\ diluted, — U. S. 

'P/i.,-abt. 2.0^ of CNH 

hydro tluoiic, fuming 

hvdro-iodic (hydrioclic), — sj). gr. 1.50, 

[17"^ HI] 

" sp. gr. 1.70, [57%HI] 

kydro-silico-fluoric, —sp.gr. l.OBO, [9°Be] 

' " sp. gr. 1.157, [20^ Baume] 

hyo-cholic (liyo-cholalic) 

hyo-glyco-cliolic 

h^iio-phosphorous, — sp. gr. 1.15 

ichthyol-sulphonic, see under Ichthyol prep- 
arations 

inosinic 

iodic, cryst 

' ' anhydrous 

iodo-salicylic 

' ' -tannic, solution 

iso-butji-ic, see Acid, butjTic, Iso- 

iso-valeric, — various kinds, — see Acid, 

valerianic 

kakodjdic, see Acid, cacodyUc 

kinic; kino-picric; kino^•ic; — see Acid, 

quinic; quino-picric; quinovic 

kresotinic, | ^ ^:,^ \ cresotic 



(Jontainers incl. 



see Acid, 



kresylic . . \ ^^^ ^i-i<-i, -j cresylic . 

lactic, white. (Iso-lactic [Fermenta- 
tion-lactic] acid), — optic illy in- 
active,— sp. gr. 1.21, — U. S.Fh. . . 

do., do.,— do. do., -sp. gr. 1.16 ... 

lacto-arsenious, see Arsenic, lactate. . . . 

laricic (agaric, agaricic, agaricinic), — 
from White Agaric — Fungus laricis; - 
[not identical with Larixinic acid, from 
Pin us larix ! ] ; — (furthermore : not i :len- 
tical with Agaricin, — which see also !) 

lithic, see Acid, uric 

malic (oxy-succinic), — ojiticuUy ai^tive, 
— pure 

malonic 

mandelic (phenyl-glycollic), [Amj'gdalic 
— not Amygdalinic! — acid] 

margaric (margarinic) 

mecouic, cryst 

mellitic (luellic) 

methyl-crotonic (tiglic), Bee Acid, cro- 
tonolic 

methvl-proto-catechuic, see Acid, vanil- 
Uc' 

methyl-salicylic (gaulthcric), so-called, 
see Methyl, salicylate 

methyl - tri - hydro - oxj- quinoline - car- 
bonic, [CjjHjjOjN— ace. to Ncncki, 
of Basle], — Sodium-salt of, — secTher- 
mif ugin 

methylene-proto-catechuic, see Acid, 
piperonylic ... 

molybdic (mf)lybdenic, molybdimic), 
chem. pure. — free fr. Ammonium, 
Chlorine, Nitric acid; — [l()()"iJ^of 

MoO,] 

" pure 

mono-brom-acetic . . 

mono-chlor-acetic 



U). 
15 Kr. 



oz. 

lb. 

lb. 
15 gr. 
15 gr. 

oz. 



.4U 

.38 
.50 

.17 
.50 

.60 
.70 
.60 
1.00 
.75 
.50 
.25 



oz. .80 
oz. 1.00 
oz. 3.00 
lb. .75 



lb. 
lb. 



80 
50 



oz. 4.00 



oz. 


.90 


oz. 


2.00 


I'^gr. 


.50 


oz. 


3.50 


oz. 


3.00 


15 gr. 


. ij 







oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



.35 

.25 

1.50 

.50 



^e- When ordering, specify : " MERCK'S " ! 



6 



IVlERCK's Index. 



Acid, nuicio (Kjiocbiiro-lactic"), pure 

• iiiuriutii', see Aeid, hyilroebKjric 

■• iiioliio 

• • nitrie. eniile. - kj). gr. 1.32 [50^ N H O3I 

•• rb. pure. " 1.185(30% " ]; 

eonforiu.toPb.G.II 

l.'2tt [32"oNHO,) 

l-:«> [^»% " ] 

i.M n:'>?^ " ] 

I.i2 [09% " ]; 

conform, to U. S. Ph. and Pb. 
Brit 

" " fuming, ("Nitroso - nitric acifl), cb. 
pure, — sp. gr. 1.52.5 .... 

" " ■• pure, ucconUng to Pb. G. II, 
- sp. gr. 1.48 

'• nitro- bydrocbbmc (nitro - muriatic ; 
cbb)ro-nitrous, cblor-azotic), — [.\qua 
regia], — U. S. Ph.: - - Mix 4l i^arts, by 
wcigbt, of Nitric acid rj). gr. l.-l"2,aud 
15 of Hydr()cbb>ric acid sp. gr. l.Ki. . 

" uitro-picric (nitro-i)bcnisic, nitro-xau- 
tbic), see Acid, jiicric 

" ocnnntbic (cL-nantbic) 

" oleic (oleinic; ebiic, ebiinic; — no<eb\idic, 
elaidinic, — wbicb see also!), 
[Olein],— cbem.iJure, — U.S. Ph. 

" " commei'cial, dear 

" o))ijiuic (di-iuetbyl-nor-opianic) 

" ortho-phenol-sulphonic, -in 33^-% solu- 
tion, see Aseptol 

" ortbo-o\y-benzoic, .see Acid, salicylic... 

" osmic, Ko-called, see Acid, jjcr-csmic, 
anbydrous 

" oxalic 

" " cbeiii. jinre 

" oxalic, chem. pure, cryst.. for analyses. 
[('JI,j()^. 2J1J).J Largo, colorless 
jjn'sin's; perfectly clearly soluble in 
NVater; volatilizaVde vitbout residue; 
free from Calcium, Iron, Sulpbnric 
acid. (Oxalic acid of this ihgrcv of 
purity has never been in commerce hith- 
erto, -having now first been introduced 
by me.) 

" oxy-uapbtboic, Alpba-. — (Eeportcd iin 
possessing 5-fold tbo anti-zymotic 
force of Salicylic acid; --also, as a good 
<lisiiifectant. ) 

" oxy-i)benic Q)yro-catccbuic), .see Pyro- 
catecbin 

" oxy-succinic, see Acid, malic 

" palmitic (palmitinic), crude 

" " jmre _ 

" para-tartaric, see Acid, uvic 

" i)arabauic 

" pcctic (pectinic) 

' ' pelargonic, — from Oil of Hue (Ruta gra- 
veolens) 

" p( r-cbloric, ])ure 

" pir-osniic, anbydious, (so-called "Osmic 
acid"), [Osmium Tetr-oxide] 

" pbenicipbcnylic), see Acid, carbolic. . . . 

" pbt'uol-sulpbonic (pbenyl - sulpbnric), 
see Acid, Huljibo-carbolic 

" ]ibenyl-glycollic, see Acid, mandelic. . . . 

" j)bl iretic (pbloretinic), see Pbloretin. . . 

" pbospbo-imtimonic, — ace. to Otto. — 

lleageut for Alkaloids 

-molybdic,— Bolution [10%1 



Containers incL 
OZ. . 75 



15 gr. 1.00 



lb. 
lb. 

lb. 
lb. 



lb. 
lb. 



.37 

.38 
.39 
.•10 



•10 



.GO 
.65 



15 gr. .30 



oz. 1.00 

lb. .45 

15 gr. 1.00 



lb. 
lb. 



.35 

.80 



.35 



lb. 1.50 





lb. 

15 gr. 


.75 
.35 


oz. 
oz. 


2.50 
2.00 


oz. 
15 f<r. 


.50 
2.00 









oz. 
oz. 



.35 
.25 



.^ar-When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



NlERCK's Index. 



Acid, phospho-wolframic (phospho-tungstic), 

cryst 

«' « —solution [10\} 


Containers incl. 

OZ. .40 
oz. .30 

lb. .78 
lb. .80 
lb. 1.00 

lb. .65 

lb. .50 
lb. .50 
lb. .50 
lb. .50 
lb. .55 

lb. .55 

lb. 2.50 
oz. .35 
oz. .35 
oz. . 50 
oz. .25 
oz. 1.00 

oz. . 25 

oz. . 30 

oz. 2.50 

15 gr. .50 














' ' phosphoric, glacial (mono-hydric), [ Meta- 
phosphoric acid — HPO_j], in 
smaU lumps 

" " do in sticks 














" " " cLeiu. pure, cryst 

" " officinal (tri-hydric), [Ortho-phos- 
phoric acid — H^PO^], chem. 
pm-e,— SIX gr. 1.70, [85%],— 

sj'rupy consistency 

" " do., hquid, chem. pure, — sp. gr. 
1.12, [20''-H3PO,], - 
Ph. G. II 




















" " " ch. pure, -sp.gr. 1.13, [22%"] 
" " " " " 1.16,[27«'l 














" " " " " 1.20, [32% 1 






" " " " " " " 1.30, [45.5%] 
'• " " " " " " 1.347, [50>„]. 

— ['. S. Ph. 














" " anhydrous, perfectly \rhite, (Phos- 
phoric Anhydride; Phosphorus 
Pent-oxide— P„ 0,;) 








" phosphorous, — sp. gr. 1.12 

- phtalic,anhydrous,cryst. | (OrtAo-phtal- 

" " pure, cryst r ^ ■ \-,^ 

,, ,< J I ic acid) 
" " ciTide ) •' 

' ' picr-amic (picr-amiuic), cryst 

" picric (picrinic, picro-nitric, nitro-picric, 

nitro - phenisic, nitro - xanthic ; 

carb-azotic), cryst. , pure 

" " crj'st., chem. pure 

' ' piperic (piperinic) 














































' ' piperonylic (methylene-proto-catechuic) 
" plumbic, anhydrous, see Lead, per- 
oxide 














" polygaUc, (Polygalin), see Senegin 

" propionic, pure 

" prussic, see Acid, hydi-ocyanic 

" pjTO-catechuic, see Pyro-catechin 

:: ""°-«Si.!-k.t n ( (F.-o-g.iioi) 

' ' pyro-ligneous, purified, (Kectified Wood- 
vinegar), [Acetum pyrolignosum rec- 
tificatum], — conforming to Ph. G. II. 

' ' pyro-taiiaric, cryst 

" quillayic (quillajanic, quillayaic) 

" quinic (chinic, kinic), cryst 

" quino-picric (chino-jjicric, kino-picric). 

" quinovic (chino\ac, kino^dc) 

" racemic, see Acid, u\'ic 










oz. 1.50 






















oz. . 35 
oz. . 3'J 

lb. .40 
15 gr. .35 
15 gr. 2.00 
oz. 3.00 
oz. 4.00 
oz. 2.00 




















































' ' rheic (chrj-sophanic, true), see Khubarb 
constituents : Khein 










" rosolic, (Ros-aurin) 


oz. .35 
15 gr. .25 








" rufigallic 

" rutic, see Acid, capric 

" saccharo-lactic, see Acid, mucic 






















" salicylic, (ortho-Oxy-benzoic acid), arti- 
ficial, pure, amorphous 

" " artificial, pure, cryst.. U. S. Ph. 

" " " " re-crysialliz'd(dialyzed) 

" " natural, from t)il of Wintergrceu, 
(Oleum GaulthericE) 

' ' BalicylouH, (ortho - Oxy - benz - aldebyd ; 
Salicylic Aldehyd; Salicylal, Sulicylol; 
Salicyl Hydride), — true, — [Essential 
Oil of Spiraja ulmaria] 


lb. 1.90 
lb. 2.00 
lb. 3.00 

oz. .75 

oz. 5.00 
oz. 3.00 
































" do., (do., etc.),— synthetic 

' ' santalic (santalinic), see Santalin 















J^yfhea ordering, specif^; "MERCK'S"! 



NlERCK's Index. 



Acid, s.antoninic (not santonic!), cryst, - 

l('r.H,„OJ.- (-V"/ Sautouin!). . 

" anliyiirn'u.s, [Suutouiuic Anhy- 


Containers incl. 




' 












•■ sclerotic is«-lii"tiiiifi, arc. In Drwiemlorrf'. 
accordinq to Podwyssotzki 


15R1-. .25 
15 gr. .35 














N.l>. s,r, ,i!sn: Acid, ergotic. 










oz. 1.25 

oz. 4.00 

oz. 5.00 

lb. .80 

lb. 1.25 

lb. 3.50 

15 gr. .50 








' ' stkiiiV, i)urt',' (Seleuio Hydroxiile), — sp. 
^tr 1 4(1 








" K»-lcui()ns, anhydrous, sublimed, (Sele- 








" silicic, (Siliric Oxide), [Silica, Silicea; 
Sik-x], pure, natural, pulverized 

" jiure, by wet process; dried 

" silvic (silvinic^ 

'• Korbic (sorbinic), cryst 

' ' SOZOiic ( < >rtho - phenol - sulphonic, — in 

33.^-^^ solution), — see Aseptol 

" stannic, anhydrous, see Tin, oxide, 

white 








































" stearic (stearinic), pure 

" stibic, anhydrous, see Antimony, oxide, 

white, tnte, (Pent-oxide) 

" stibious, anhyilrou.s, see Antimony, ox- 

" suberic 


oz. 1.50 






















15 gr. .50 
lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.50 
oz. .22 
oz. .50 

oz. .25 








" succinic, crude, sublimed . . . ) (Volatile 








" puritied,— Ph. G. I. . . . > Salt of 
" " pure, -perfect. colorless ) Amber) 
" sulpho-anilic(sulph-anilic), cryst., white 
" sulpho-carbolic (suli)ho-i)henylic, sul- 
pho-phenic; phenol -suljihouic, 
l)henyl - sulphuric), — [Snl])ho- 
phenol, Snlpho - carbol] , — con- 
taining both the "Para-" and 
the "OrtJiO-" acid 


























" Ortho-, pure, in 'M}.-"o ivqneous 
sdbition,— see Aseptoi 








" sulpho-ichthyolic, see under Ichthyol prepa- 
rations 










" sulpho-naphthvl-aminic 


oz. .40 








" sulpho- phcnic (sulpho-phenylic), see 
Acid, sulpho - carbolic 








" sulpho- vinous (ethyl-sulphurous), sp. 
gr. 1.1; [not identical with: Suli)ho- 
vinic (Ethvl-snlphuric) acid!] 


oz. .30 

lb. .40 








" sulphuric, ch. i)ure, — sp. gr. 1.840, [97"^ 
HaSOJ,-r. S. P/(.,— (Mono- 
hydrated Tri-oxide of Sulphur) 








" " crude, — free from Arsenic, — (so- 
called "Oil of Vitriol"), — 
[GG'^ Be] 








" " anhydrous, pure, (Sulphuric An- 
hydride; Tri-oxide of Sul- 
phur) 


100 grammes : 
1.00 








" " " commercial 








" sulphurous, (Hydrated Sulphiirous Ox- 
ide [Di-oxide]), — solution; sp. 
gr. 1.022 1.02G, [about 5 G"^ 

of so„i : 


lb. .40 
lb. .30 








" -dn.,-[^.r,%],-U. 8. Ph 








" " glycerolate (glycerite) of , [solution 
in (Hycerin], see (xlj'cerin, sul- 
l)liurous 








" tannic, see Tannin 










" tantaiic,( Ilydrated Tantalic Oxide [Pent- 
oxide] ) ; - white powder, — prepared 
from Tantalic Chloride 


15 gr. 2 00 









.^^-When orderinsr, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



m:erck:'s 


Index. 




9 


Acid, tartaric, Dextro-, — (Essential 8alt of 
Tartar, — not to be conf minded 
with: "Salt of Tartar "= Pure 
Potassium Carboaate from the 

Bi-tartrate!), — pure, cryst 

" " do. , pure, powder 

" " " chem. pure, cryst.,- confoi'in. 
to the requirements of U- S. 
Ph. and the other Pharma- 
copoeias 


Containers incl. 

lb. .90 
lb. .90 

11). 1.25 
lb. 1.25 


















'♦ " " chem. piu'e, powder 

" " Para-, see Acid, uvic 












' ' tartronic 


15 gr. 1.50 
15 gr. 2.00 

15 gi-. 1.50 

15 gr. 1.40 
15 gr. .75 








' ' taui'o-cholic (choleic, choleinic) 

" telluric, tli-hydrated, (Tri-hydra ted Tel- 
luric Oxide [Tri-oxide] ; Di-hydrated 
Telluric Hydroxide) 

" tellurous, (Hydratt-d Tellurous Oxide 
[Di-oxide] ; Tellurous Hydroxide) .... 

" tei"penylic (tiiirpenylic ), dry 


























' ' thio-i)hosph6rous, anhydrous, see Phos- 
phorus, tri-sulphide 

" thymic, (Thyme-camphor), Bee Thymol 

" tiglic (tiglinic), see Acid, crotonolic. . . . 

' ' titanic, Ortho-, (Titanic Hydroxide ; Di- 
hydrated Di-oxide of Titanium) 

" tri-chlor-acetic 






















oz. 1.50 
oz. .50 














" tri-chlor- methyl -sulphonic, see Tri- 

chlor-methyl, sulphite 

' ' tri-cyanic see Acid, cyan-uric 
















' ' tropic 

" tungstic, anhydrous, see Acid, wolf- 
ramie, anhydi'ous 


15 gr. 1.00 














" tiirpenjdic, see Acid, terpenylic 

" uranic, anhydrous, see Uranium, oxide, 
red 


















" ureous, (Uric Oxide), see Xanthine. . . . 

' ' uric (lithic), pure 

" uvic (para-tartaric; racemic). . . 










oz. . 80 
oz. 1.00 

oz. .35 

oz. .40 
oz. 1.00 

oz. 8.00 
oz. 3.50 

15 gr. .50 

15 gi-. 1.00 










' ' valerianic (valeric ; amylic), [the 
so-called Tri-hydrateJ, 
—Ph. G. I 


All 
/so- 
valeric 
acids. 








" " jjure, (the so-called Mono- 
hydrate), — formerly of- 
•ficiu.il 






" " from Valerian-root ... . 








" vanadic (vanadinic), Meta-, [Hydrated 
Pent -oxide of Vanadium; Va- 
nadic Hydroxide], chem. pure. . 

" " do., commercial 














" vanillic (vanillinic) [methyl- proto-cat- 
echuic] 

' ' veratric (di - methyl - proto - catechuic), 
ci-j'st 

" vieiric, see Vieirin 




















' ' wolf ramie (tungstic), anhydrous, [Tung- 
stic (Wolf ramie) Oxide (Tri-ox- 
ide)], crude , 

" " do. , ijure 

Aconitine Merck (Aconitia), -from Aconitum napel- 
lus Linne, [sometimes called Napellns 
Stoerckeanum] : 

pure, amorphous, powder 

" cryst 

arseniate (arsenate) 

hydrobromatc 

hydrochlorate 

nitrate, amorphous 

" cryst 


lb. 2.00 
oz. .40 

ioz.vls.o7„11.00 
15 gr. 2.00 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.75 
15 gr. 2.00 





















































oleate, ['ifij'V o^ Aconitine] 









,^-When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



10 NlERCK'S 


Index. 






Aconitine Merck i\vomtia),--coniinued: 
salicylate, cryst 


Cont«inere incl. 

15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.00 

15 gr. 2.50 
15 gr. 1.25 














valerianate • • 

Aconitine from Aconitum ferox, (Bish or Bikh 

runt; Ntpaul Acouito),— [the so-culled 
Hritish .Vcouitine Aiouitimim angli- 














" from Japanese Aconite-root 








Acorn-sugar, see Quercit 








15 gr. 3.00 
15 gr. 3.00 








" tannate 

CdliliiT, lUM'tnte, basic;nml, normal, U. S.Ph. 

^sculin, ^thal, .ffither, eto., iElthiops, 

etc.; sfO Esciiliu, Ethal, Ether, etc., Ethi- 






















.aith-oxy-Caffeine, see Ethyl-oxy-Caffeine 

.aJthyl, .aJthyl-amine, ..Ethylene, -ffithy- 

lidene, — etc. ; — see Ethyl, Ethyl -iimiue, 

Ethvleiie, Ethvliilene, — etc 


















Agaricin Merck, chem. pure,— from White Agar- 
ic, 1 Fundus laricis); -free from purgative 
resin. - [ 3'o/ idcutical with Laricic (Agaricic) 
\ci(l which sf6 also! ] 


15 gr. .25 








Alant-camptior, solid, see Helenin 

Alant-starch (Alantin), see Iniilin 

ur Elecampane-, or Inula-camphor.] —(An 
internal antiseptic.) 






















Joz.vls.oz.20.00 








N. B. — Compare, aho: Helenin. 
Albumen, Egg, (Albumen ovij, dried, see 
under Egg preparations 








N. B.— See, also: Yelk, dried, — under Egg 
preparations. 

Albumin, -from eggs, —soluble 

" fr. eggs, I, — soluble, — inodorous; — its 

" " " soluble, - in scales; — absolutely 
free from Fibrinous matter; — 
for laboratory use 


lb. .85 
lb. 1.50 




















" " " soluble, — impalpable powder; 
— for gilders', stampei's' and 
bookbinders' uses 










" from blood 

" " " chem. pure 

" iodized, see Iodine, albuminated 


lb. .50 
oz. . 65 


















Albumin, Iron-, in scales; and do., pepto- 
nized; and do., saccharated; — see Iron, al- 
buminate, etc. ; etc. ; etc 










N. B. — Compare, a' so: 

Iron, lactate ] 

" phosphate [ albuminated. 

" pyro-phosphate . . . J 
— Other Metallic Albinninntes, see likewise 
under the respective metals. 
Alcohol (ICthylic alcohol), "absolute" — I, 
sp. gr. ().7'.)(), (about 'J'J"/| 


lb. 1.50 

lb. 1.45 

lb. 1.25 
lb. 10.00 








" (Ethylic alcohol), "absolute" — II, — 
sp. gr. (I.8(»5().808, [about U5-97,"^] . . 

" (Ethvlic alcohol), — f/. ,S'. /'/i.,— sp. gr. 
().K2t>, [about 'Jl";(l 














" allylic 

" ammoniatcd, see Ammonia, Spirit of . . 

" amylic, primarj', (Iso-pentylic alcohol; 
Iso- butyl -carbinol), [so- 
called "Fusel-oil "] 














lb. .40 
lb. .60 








" " " pure, — boiling -jioint 128- 
130° C [262.4-2r.G F| 







js^yVhen ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



NlERCK's Index. 



11 



tlcohol, amylic, primary, — (as aboi^e!); — 
chem. pure 

" amylic, tertiary, see Amylene Hydrate 

' ' benzylic 

" ortbo-Oxj'-, see Saligenin 

" butvlic, Iso-, (Iso - propyl - carbinol ), — 

b.-pt. 107-110° C [224.6-230 F] 

" tertiary, see Tri-methyl-carbinol . 

' ' caprylic 

" caustic, see Sodium, ethylate, cryst. . . . 

" cetylic, (Cetyl-alcobol), see Ethal 

" cinnamic (cinnamylic; stjTylic), [Cin- 
nam-alcohol ; Styrol-alc. ] , see Styrone 

" ethylenic, see Ethj-lene-glycol . 

" hydrochlorated, see Spirit of Muriatic 

Ether 

" iso-butylic, see Alcohol, butylic, Iso-. . . 
" iso-pentyUc, see Alcohol, amylic, 

primary 

" iso-propyhc, see Alcohol, propylic, Iso- 

" methyhc, (Wood-spirit, Wood-naphtha, 

Wood - alcohol ; Pjto - Ugneous 

[pyro-xylic] Spirit ; Carbinol, 

Methol), — pure 

" chem. pure,— b. p. 64-70° C [147- 

158 F] ..." 

" " [9^-95%] 

" " [90%] 

" ortho - oxy - benzylic (sahcjuous), see 

Saligenin 

" propylic, (Ethyl-carbinol), — b.-pt. 96- 

99^0 [204.8-210.2 F] 

" " Iso-, (Di-m ethyl-carbinol) 

'• salicj'lous (ortho - oxy - benzylic), see 

Saligenin 

" styrylic, (StjTol-alcohol), see Styroue . . 

" — so-called — of Sulphur, ("Alcohol Sul- 

phuris"), see Carbon, bi-sulphide. . . . 

' ' Thio-, ethyUc, see Mercaptan, ethylic. . 

" . Wood-, see Alcohol, methylic 

Aldehy^ (Acetic [Ethylic] aklehyd), com- 
mercial 

' ' concentrated 

' ' highly concentrated 

' ' absohite 

Aldehyd, Iso-butyl-, see Iso-butyl-aldehyd 
" salicylic, (ortho-Oxy-benz-aldehyd), see 

Acid, salicylous 

Aldehyd - Ammonia (Ammoniated Acetic 

[Ethylic] Aldehyd), pure, crj'st 

Algarbth, Pow^der of, see Antimony, oxy- 

chloride 

Alizarin, paste 

Alkaniiin, (Anchusin), inspissated I Exirart d 

" insp. , wholly soluble in Alcohol j Aikanet. 

Alkargen {not Alkarsin!), see Acid, cacodylic 

AUantoin 

Alloxan 

Alloxantin 

Allyl, bromide (mono-bromide) 

" iodide 

" sulpho - cyanate (thio - cyanate), — syn- 
thetical;— see Essential Oils : Mustard, 

Black, — artificial 

" tri-bromide 

Allyl-amine 

Aloe Purple 

Aloin (Barb-aloini, chem. pure 

Alstonine, see Chlorogenine 

Althein (Altheine), see Asparagin 



Containers inul. 

lb. .75 



oz. 2.50 



lb. 2.00 



oz. 1.00 



lb. 1.00 

lb. 1.25 
lb. 1.00 
lb. .50 



lb. 6.00 
oz. 2.00 



lb. 1.00 
lb. 1 25 

11). 2.50 
lb. 6.00 



oz, . 85 



lb. 1.00 
oz. . 75 
oz. 1.00 



15 gr. .50 

15 gr. .25 

15 gr. .35 

oz. 2.00 

oz. 2.25 



oz. 2.00 

15 gr. .50 

oz. 2.00 

oz. . 30 



J^^When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



12 



IVIERCK'S INID1£X. 



Alum, ammoniacftl, (Amnioniiim-ahiiu, Aiii- 
luoniii-iihuu), [Ahiininimn .and 

Aniraonium, sulpbate J 

• j>nre, — Alumen, PL. Urit 

'• aiiimoiiio- ferric, (AinmoniiK-al Iron- 
aluiii), see Iron, Sosqui-couipoiinds: 

Ammonio-ferric sulphate 

" caesic (caesic), [Caesiuni-aluni] 

" chromic, (Chrome-alum), [Chromium 
and Potassium, sulphate], large 

cryst 

" II 

" Copper-, Ko-called, — ("Divine Stone"), 

- see Copper, aluminat«d 

" ferric, ( Iron-alum \ [Aluminium and 
Iron, sulphate; Aluminio-fcrric Sul- 
phate] 

" potassic, (Potassium - alum, Potassa- 
alum, [Aluminium and Potas- 
sium, sulphate], chem. pure, 

cryst 

" " chem. pure, jiowder 

" " " " impalpable i>owder . . 
" Ph. G. II., cr\Ht.,—Alumen, U. S. 

Ph 

" " " " "powder 

" " free from Iron • 

' " " — caustic pencils, turned, — with 

or without wooden casing 

" " crude, large crystals 

" " burnt (dried, exsic- ) Alnme7i ex- 
cated), lumps r siccatmn, 

" powder ) U. S. Fh. 

" potassio-ferric, (Potassic Iron-alum), see 
Iron, Sesqui - compounds : Potassio- 
ferric sulphate 

" rubidic, (Rubidium-alum) .• 

" sodic, i^Sodium-alum, Soda-alum \ [Alu- 
minium and Sodium, s\ili)hate], 
commercial, cryst 



pure . 



" zincic, (Zinc-alum), [Aluminium and 

Zinc, sulphate] 

" "in sticks 

Alumina (Argilla pura— Pure Ai-gil), anhy- 
drous, chem. pure, see Aluminium, 

oxide, anhydrous 

" hydrated, — commercial; and: pure, U.S. 
Ph.;—sve Aluminium, oxide, precip- 
itated, etc. ; etc 

Alumina Purple of Gold, see Gold, Alu- 
mina ruri)lo of 

Aluminated Copper, (so-called "Copper- 

abiiii "K see Copper, aluminated 

Aluminium (Aluminum), double salts of, 
see " Aluminiiun and — •" (below!). . . 

" metallic, bar 

" " sheet 

" " " thin 

" " wire 

" " i)owdev, coarse. . . ". 

" " " impalpable 

" " leaf, — book of 250 leaves 

" acetate, pure, liquid, — [5?^ of Basic Alu- 
minium acetate] . 
" Ph.G.II.,- [8%do.] 

" " " dry 

" aceto-glycerolate, (Glycerolate [Glycor- 

ite] of Acetate of Aluminium) . . 

" " -tartrate, dry 



Containers ind. 



lb. .35 
lb. .4U 



15 gr. 1.00 



lb. .40 
lb. .35 



lb. .-iO 



lb. 
lb. 
lb. 

lb. 
lb. 
lb. 



.50 
.55 
.60 

.40 
.45 
.35 



doz. 1.00 
lb. .25 



lb. 
lb. 



.30 
.35 



15 gr. .50 



lb. 
lb. 



.50 
.65 



lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.50 



oz. 1.25 
oz. 2.00 
oz. 1.75 
oz. 2 . 00 
oz. 2.00 
oz. ^2 . 50 
Book 2.00 

lb. .40 
lb. .50 
lb. 1.50 



oz. 
oz. 



.30 
.25 



^^^ When ordering, si)ecify : " MERCK'S " I 



IS/IERCK'S 


Index. 




13 


Aluminiiun, arseniate (arsenate) .<, 

lnuzoiite 


Containers incl. 
oz. .30 
oz. 1.50 
oz. .50 
lb. 1.25 
lb. 1.20 




















chloride, pure, dry 

" II 

'■ liiinainate, pure, cryst 

lluoride 












oz. .40 






'• hydrate (hydroxide), U. S. Ph. aud Ph. 
tated, jmre. — [Argil, see same, com'l] . 






lb. 2.00 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.25 
oz. .30 
oz. . 30 

oz. . 50 

lb. .40 

lb. 1.10 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.10 
oz. .40 

OZ-. . 25 
lb. .25 
lb. .7.- 
Ib. 1.25 

OZ. .50 

oz. .50 
lb. 1.00 
oz. .40 
oz. . 25 
oz. .40 








" II 








" " solution [15° BaumeJ 
















' ' oxide, anhydrous, (Anhydrous Alumina), 
chem.pure, -[Argilla anhydiica 
purissima] 

cial. f Argill 


















" " " pu'-e, (Hydrate [Hydroxide] 
of Aluminium ), - U. S. Ph. ; 
— [Hydrated Alumina, — 
Argilia hydrata jnira. Ph. 
G. I] 








' ' palmitate, pure 

" " crude 














' ' phosphate 












' ' silicate 








" sulphate, twice refined, — free from Iron 
" pure, — [/; *'. Ph. and Ph. G. II. . 

" sulpho - carbolate (phenol - sulphonate, 

sulpho-jjhenate) 

' ' sulpho-cyanate (thio-cyanate ; rhodan- 
ide) 






























" — solution [20° BaumeJ 






' ' taiinate 






' ' tartrate 








" " pure .' 






" thio-cyanate, see Al., sulpho-cyanate . . 






Aluminium and Ammonium, sulphate, see 
Alum, ammoniacal 








' ' and Iron, sulphate, see Alum, ferric . . 
" and Potassium, sulphate, see Almn, 

potassic 

" and Sodium, chloride, cryst 

" " " sulphate, see Alum, sodic . . . 

" and Zino, sidphate, see Alum, zincic. . 

N. B. — Other DouWe— (also Triple)— 

Siilphtites, see likewise under Alum. 

Amalgams: of Sodium; of Zinc; and, of Zinc 

and Tin; -see under the respective ??ietoZs . . 

Amidin, iodized, see IStarch, iodized 


















oz. .30 
















1 




















Amido- benzene (-benzol), see Aniline 

Amido-ethane, see Ethvl-amine 
















Amido-methane, chloride, see I\Iethyl-am- 
ine, chloride 










Am.ido-phenol (Ox-aniline), ortho-, hydro- 


15 gi-. .75 








Amido-toluene f-toluol), see Tohiidine . . . . ' 

Amido-xylene (-xylol), see Xylidine 

Ammon, see Ammonium . 
























Aram.onia, Spirit (Alcoholic Solution) of, - 
ace. to Dzcmdi, - [Litpior Ammonii 
caustici spirituoKUs|, (Ammoniated 
Alcohol), —Bj). j,T. U.810 


lb. .85 








" Spirit of, aromatic, see Spirit of Am- 
monia, aromatic 









^S-When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S" 



14 



IVlERCK'S IlMDKX. 



• — 3J 



Ammonia, Water (Aqueous Solution) of, 

[Aquii Ammonia?, Liquor Ammo- 

niii', L. Ammonii caUKtici), pure, 

— Bj). gr. U.875,[abt.4U%NH ' 

" do.ao.,pure,-Bp.gr.U.8S5,[ " 360^ 

•• " " " " 0.890,1 " aa^ 

" " •' " " O.;t00,[ " 29?-^ 

— Aq. Amm. fortior, U. S. Ph. 

" " " " 8p.gr.0.910,[abt25%NHJ 

" " " " " 0.925, [ " 20% " ] 

" " " " " 0.960, [" 10% "], 

— Ph.G.II. i-Aq.Amm., U.S.Ph. 

" " " technically pure, — various grades 

Ammonia Alum, see Alum, ammoniacal . . 

Ammoniacal Iron-Tartar, see Iron, Sesqiai- 

coiniKiuuds: Amuionio-Ferric tartrate, 

r. S. Fh 

' ' Turpeth, see Mercury and Ammonium, 

sulphate 

Ammoniated Alcohol, see Ammonia, Spir- 
it of 

" Aldehyd, see Aldehyd- Ammonia .... 

" Copper,— so-called, — see Cojiper and 
Ammonium, sulphate 

" Glycyrrhizin, ['. S. Ph., seed., ammoniated 

" Iron, — so-called, — see Ammonium, 
chloride, -with Feme Chloride 

" Mercury, — so-called:— infiisible (U. S. 
Ph.); and, fusible; — see Mercury, am- 
moniated, etc. ; etc 

" Tartar, soluble, see Potassium and 

Ammonium, tartr.ate 

Ammonio- double and tiiple salts, see ' 'Am- 
monium and — " (beloAv!) 

Ammonium (Amnion), acetate, cryst 

" acetate, solution, (so-called " Spirit " of 
Miudererus), see under Solutions .... 

' ' arseniiite (arsenate), cryst 

" arsenite 

" benzoat*, from true Benzoic Acid pre- 
pared from Benzoin-resin 

" " — U. S. Ph., — fr. artificial do. do. 

" bi-cai'bonate, cryst 

" bi-chromate, cryst., chem. pure, — free fr. 
Suljjhate of I'otussium 

'* bi-malate, cryst 

" bi-oxalate (bin-oxalate), chem. pure. . . . 

" " commercial 

" bi-phosphate 

" bi-sulphate 

' ' bi-sul])hite 

' ' bi-tartrate 

' ' borate 

" " pure 

" boro-citrate 

' ' bromide, conform, to U. S. Ph. it Ph. G. II 

" camj^horate 

" carb-amate (carb-aminate), [so-called 
Anhydride of Ammonium Carbon- 
ate] . - Exceedingly volatile 

" carbolate, see Ammoniiim, phenate. . . . 

" carbonate 

" " chem. pure, — U. S. Ph 

" " anhydrous, — so-called, — see Am- 
monium, carb-amate 

" chlorate, per-, see Ainmon., per-chlorate 

" chloride,(Sal ammoniacum), semi-purif. 

" " purified, white 

" chem. pure,-f7.,S.PA. &Ph.G.II. 

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Ammoniuin, chloride, with Ferric Chkiiide, - 
(Ammonio-chloride of Iron; so-called "Am- 

moniiited Iron " ), — Ph. G. II 

Ammonium, chloro-stannate, (Ammonio- 
stannic Chloride), [Piuk (Dyers') Salt], 
see Tin and Ammoniimi, chloride . . . 

' ' chromate, neiitral, pure 

" citrate 

" Cupiico-, double salts of, see under Cop- 
per and Ammonium 

" fluoride 

" formate, pure . 

' ' gallate, neutral 

" glycyrrhizate, phamiacopeial, see Glycyr- 
rhizin. ammoniated. soluble,— U. S. Ph. 
" hydro - sulphuretted solution of sul- 
phide, [Hydrothion- ammonium Solu- 
tion), — see Solutions: Ammonium 

sulphide,— hydro-sulphuretted 

hypo-phosphite 

hypo-sixlphite, see Ammonium, thio- 

sulphate 

ichthyol-sulphonate (sulpho-ichthyolate), 
[Ichthyol], see Ichthyol preparations, etc. 

iodide,- U. S. Ph. and Ph. G. II. 

lactate 

mellitate (mellate), crj'st 

molybdate (molybdenate), chetn. pure .... 

nitrate 

" pure; crj'st 

" " clry 

" " fused 

" chem. ijure, crj'st., — U. S. Ph. . . . 

nitrite, liquid 

oxalate, (Di-ammonium oxalate), pure . 

" (do.), chem. pUre 

oxal-ui'ate (uro-oxalate) 

per-chlorate 

phenate (phenylate, carbolate) 

phosphate, (Di-ammonium ortho-Phos- 
phate), purified, cryst 

" (do.), pure 

" " chem. pure, — U. S. Ph. and 

Ph. G. I 

phosphite 

phospho-molybdate 

picramate 

picrate (picro-nitrate) 

picro-carminate, dry 

puiijurate, see Murexid 

rhodanide, see Ammon. , sulpho-cyanate. 

salicylate, cryst 

seleniate (selenate) 

succinate, pure, crj^st 

sulphate, crude 

' ' pure 

" chem. pure, — U. S. Ph 

sulphide (sulphuret),- hydro-sulphuret- 
ted solution of ;— see Solutions: Am- 
mon. sulphide, — hydro-sulphuretted. 

sulphite 

sulpho - carbolate (phenol - sulphonate, 

sulpho-phenate) 

sulpho-cyanate (thio-cyanate ; rhodan- 
ide), pure 

" commercial 

sulpho-ichthyolate (ichthyol-sul])honate), 
[Ichthyol 1, see Ichthyol preparations, etc. 

tannate, liquid 

tartrate, neutral, crj-st 



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NlERCIv'S Inde: 



Anrmonium, tliio-cyanate, see Ammonium, 

sulpho-cyanute 

' ' tliiou-urate 

" thio - Kuli)bate (formerly called "hypo- 

sxili)bitu "), jmro 

" tuuf^state, sec Ammouiiim, wolfraiiiate . 

" uranatc, (so-c-alleil " Hydrated Oxide of 

Uranium "), [also sometimes called 

"Uranium Yellow," — which latter 

name properly ai^plies to Sodium 

Uranate] 

" iirate, pure 

" uro-oxalate, see Ammonium, oxal-urate 
" valerianate, cryst., white,— Z7. <S. Fli. . . 

" vanadate, chem. pure 

" wolframate (tungstate) 

Anunomuin and Aluminium, sulphate, see 

Alnin. aiiiiiitiniacal 

" and Bismuth, citrate, see Bismuth and 

AiiniKHiiuiu, citrate, U. S. Ph 

" and Cadmium, salts,seeCadm.& Amm. 
♦' and Cobalt, sulphate, see C. «fcA., sulph. 
" and Copper, salts, see Copper and Am. 
" and Iron, arsenicico-citrate, see Iron, 
arseniate and citrate, am- 

moniated 

" " " chloride, (so-called "Ammoni- 
^ atedlron"), see Ammonium, 

chloride, w. Ferric Chloride 
" " " divers salts, see Ii-on, Mono- 
compounds; and Iron, Ses- 
qui-com pounds, — (ike latter 
embracing the CS.Ph. salts: 
Citrate; Suliibate; Tartrate) 
*' and Magnesium, salts, see Magn. & A. 
" and Mercury, salts, see Merc. & Amm. 
" and Nickel, salts, seeN. & Ammonium 
" and Platinum, double and triple salts, 
see riutinum double Chlorides; do. 
double Cyanides; do. triple Cysmides; 

and do., divers double Salts 

" and Potassium, salts, see Pot. & Amm. 
" and Silver, salts, see Silver and Amnion. 
" and Sodium, salts, see Sodium and A. 
" and Tin, chloride, (Pink Salt; Dyers' 
Salt), see Tin and Ammon., chloride. 
" and Zinc, chloride, see Z. «fcA., chloride 
Ammonium, Platinum, and : ) g^^ „„,,„ 

\ Calcium, Cyanuret > Platinum tr.ple 

"( Copper, cyauurct-cyanide . ) Cy-"''"'". 
Ammonium, Solutions of divers salts of, 

see under Solutions 

Amygdalin 

Amyl ("Amylium" — iiot Amylum!), acetate, 
[Amylo - acetic Ether], (so - called 
"Pear-oil") 

" do., [etc.], (etc.), — chem. pure 

" bi'omide 

' ' butyrate 

" chloride 

' ' cyanide, (Cyano-amyl), [Cai)ro-nitrile] . . 

" formate 

" hydride, (Pentane), crude, see Eupione 

" iodide, -b.-pt. 140-148° C [284-298.4 F] 

* ' nitrate 

" nitrite, (Amylo-nitrous Ether) 

" " in lymi)h-tub('s of 1 IS drops 

" i)ure, — U. S. Ph. and I'h. G. 1 1 . . . 

" oxide, hydrated, (so-called "Fusel-oil"), 
see Alcohol, amyli(r 



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Amyl, phenate (carbolate), [Am j'l - phenol] , 
cryst. — (A hyimotic.) 

•' valorianate, (so-called "Apple-oil"). . . . 

Amyl-phenol, see Amyl, plienate 

Amylene 

" bi'iiiaido 


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Amylene Hydrate, (Tertiary Amylic Alcobolj,— 
boiliug-poiut 100° C [212 F],— sp. gr. 
0.81. (Au excellent hypnotic, not mate- 
rially affecting the heart-action.) 

Amylixm iodatum, (Iodized Starch), U. S. 
rii., see Htavcli, iodized 














Amyliim, animal, — so - called, — see Gly- 
cogen 










Analgesine, so-called, see Antipyrine 

Ancliusin, see Alkannin •. 


















Anemonin [^Ammnne camphor, Pnlsatilla- 
caiiipbnri 


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Anetliol, liquid 








Anethol-Quinine, see Quinine, anisated . . 

Aniline lAuiliat, ( Amido-benzene (-benzol); 

Bt-nzid-am; Phenyl-amine], piire. . . . 

' ' acetate 


' 




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" sulphate 

Aniline, di-Methyl-, see Di-methyl-aniHne 
" Methyl-, see Methyl-aniline 




















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Black, Nigrosine, soluble in Water 








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Blue, free from Arsenic 








' ' permanent, — soluble in Alcohol ; — 
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Brown, Bismarck- 








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Green, Malachite-, ciyst., — free fr. Arsenic. 






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Orange, Helian thine 








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' ' Methjd-, —free from Arsenic 

Phosphine, so-called, see Aniline and Phe- 
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Puqjurin: diy; and, paste, — see Purpurln. . 

Red, Fuchsine, -free fr. Arsenic ;-large cryst. 

" Congo- 








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" " orange- 

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IMerck's Index. 



Aniline and Phenol Dyes (or Colors),— coniinued : 

Violet, Hoflfmann's 

Yellow 

" Chrys-aniline (sometimes also called 
Phospliine) , — free from Arsenic. 

' ' Liiteoline 

' ' Manchester- 

" Martius- 

" Naphthalene- 

" Primrose- (Primiila-) 

" Safranine 

" T- 

' ' oranj^e T-, -^f ree from Arsenic 

Aniline, Ros-, see Eos-aniline 

Anisol (^^lethyl Phenate; Methylo - phenic 

Ether) ". 

Anthracene, purified, sublimed 

Anthraco-potassa (.\nthrako-kalij, simple. 

" sulphurated 

Anthra-quinone (A.-chinone, A.-kinone). . 
Anthrarobin (Anthro-arobin). — A deriva- 
tive from Alizarin, etc. — [Used as a mild 
succedaneum for Chrysarobin {thutia: the so- 
called " Medicinal Chrysoi)hanic Acid").]. 
Antiehlors (Anti - chlorines), see Sodium: 
thi()-suli)hati'; bi-sulpliite; and, sul^jhite . . 
Antifebrin, perf. white, chem. pure, cryst., Kalie's, 
— under my conjugate guarantee for purity; 
— (J/edtci»ai Phenyl-acet-amide, Medicinal 
Acet-anilide). — [Jjatoly very jyromineiit as an 
analgetic, anodyne, sedative, and hyjinotic, 
— inhemicrania, neuralgias, dysmenorrhea, 

insomnia, delirium, etc. ] 

Antifungin 

Antimonial Crocus (Saffron), see Potassa, 

antimonio-suliihurated, washed 

" Ethiops, (Antimony and Mercuiy 
Black Sulphides), see Mercury, anti- 

monio-suliihide 

" Glass, see Antimony, sulphide, vitre- 
ous, — so-called 

" Powder, U. S. Ph., — (James's Febrile 
Powder), [Antimonious Oxide with 

Calcium Phosj^hate] 

.A n timoniated (Stibiated) Liver of Ijime, 
[Stibiated Calcic Liver of Sulphur], 
see Lime, antimonio-suli>hurated . . . . 
" Tartar, (Tartar Emetic; Tartarated An- 
timony), see Antimony and Potassium, 
tartrate, U. S. Ph. ; and other gi-ades . 
Antimony (Antimonium; Stibium), double 
salts of, see "Antimony and — " (be- 
low!) 

.< "^^•'^ ch.'pnre' [ I^egulus of Antimony 

" arseniate (arsenate) 

" arsenite 

" bromide 

^ " chloride, Antimonious, (tri - chloride), 
pure, cryst. , — [ Concentrated But- 
ter of Antimony] 

N.B. — See, also: — Solutions: 

Antimonious chloride, — 

(Liquid Butter of Antimony) 

" " Antimonic, (pen ta - chloride), see 

Antimony, per-chloride 

" tliaph orotic, washed (purified), see Potas- 
sium, an timonate, p/tarmacopeioi 
" " unwashed, see do., do., crude .... 
" iodide, cr^'st 



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Antimony, oxalfite 

" oxide, white, —<n(e, — Ph. Bor.Y; (Anti- 
nionic oxide, — Pent-oxide), | Au- 
hydrous Stibic or Antiiuonic 

Acid -Sb.,0,l 

" " do., — so-called, — Ph. P>< >r. YI ; — 
{Washed [imritied] Diaphoretic 
Antimony; Calx Autiuionii [Sti- 
bii] ), — [ in-iueipallj- : KHb C)^ ], 
— see Potassium, untimonate, 

pharmacopeial 

■' " diaphoretic, unwashed, — so-called, 
— {Unwashed Diaphoretic Anti- 
mony), see Potassium, antim- 

onate, crude 

" " precijiitated, (.Yntimonioiis oxide, 
— Tri - oxide), jiure, — Antimonii 
oxiditm, U. S. Ph.; — [Stibium 
oxydatnm pnecipitatiim. Ph. B. 
VI] ; (Anhydrous Stibiousor An- 

timonious Acid — Sb^Oj) 

'N.B. — The a&ore 'is the \Vd- 
process Tri-oxidc; the Dry- 
process Tri-oxide is the so- 
called "Flowers of Anti- 
mony. " 
" " do., with Calcium Phosphate,— 
(James's Febrile Powder), — see 
Antimonial Powder, ZT, S. Ph. . 
" " brown, — so-called, — washed, {Cro- 
cus [Saffron] of Antimony; 
Crocus metalloram), sec 
Potassa, antimonio - sul- 

phiirated, washed 

" " " — so - called, — unwashed, 
{Liver of Antimony), sec 
Potassa, antimonio - stil- 

phiirated, crude 

" oxy-chloride, (Powder of Al^'aroth) .... 

" oxy-sulphuret, Antimonious, (Kermes 

Mineral), see Antimony, sulphide, 

red, — so-called 

' ' per - chloride (penta - chloride), [Anti- 
monio chloride] 

•' sulphate 

•' sulphide, golden, (Antimonio sulphide, 
Penta-siilphide of An- 
timonj' ), [so - called 
"Golden Sulphur"], 

I, chem. inive 

" II : 

" III 

" " black, (Antimonious sulphide, Tri- 
siilphide of Antimony), 
[Black Antimony], lev- 
igated, I, — pure; — Antimo- 
nii sulphidum piirijicatu7n, 

U.S.Ph 

" " " levigated, II, — Aiitimonii s^il- 

phidum, U. S.Ph 

" " " chem. pure, — BjTithetically 

prepared, — Ph. Gall 

" " vitreous, — so-called, — (Antimonial 

Glass; Vitreous Antimony) 

" " red, — so-called, — (Antimonious 
Oxy-sulphuret), j Kermes 
Mineral], (Red Antimony). 

" " Ph. G. I 

according to Cluzel 



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IMKRCIv'S INDKX. 



Antimony, tartamted (lartarized), [Tartar 

Eineiir], (Antiiuoniateil [Stibiiited] 

Tartar^, Bee Antimony and PoUussiuiu, 

tartrate, U. B. I'h.; and other ^'rades 

' ' tartrate. — {Do not confound with ab< >ve !) 

Antiniony, black, see Antimony, sulphide, 

blac-k 

" red, see do., do., red, — so-called 

' • vitreous, see do., do. , \'itreons, so-called 

Antiniony and Merctiry Sulphides (Black 

Sulphides [Sulphurets] ), see Mercurj', 

, antiuionio-sulphide 

" and Potassium, oxalate, cryst 

'« " " tiirtrate, (Tartar Enjetic; Tar- 
tiirated [TartarizedJ Anti- 
mony*), [Tartarus stilna- 
tus — Antimoniated Tartai'], 

cryst 

" *' " do., powder 

JH.B.- Boihtke abore i)rep- 
arations are of full i)er- 
centage,-abt. i'S^ iih„(J.^. 

" " " do. , pure, crjst 

" " " " " powder, — U. S. J'h., 

Ph. (i. II, A: Ph. An. 

* N.B. — TAKTAr.ATED ANXniONY slioitld hot be 

confounded with : Antimony, tartrate! 

Antimony, Butter of, Uqu'd, Bce Solutions: 

Antiuionious chk)ride 

" do. do., concentrated, see Antimony, 

chloride, Antimonious, etc 

•' Crocus (Saffron) of, [so-called " IFas/i- 
ed Brown Oxide of Antimony " ] , 
bee Potassa, antimonio-suli>huratetl, 

ica.'ihed 

" Flo w^ers of, — see remark under Flow- 
ers t>f Antiniony. 
' ' Glass of, see Antimony, suli^hide, vitre- 
ous, — so-called 

" Liver of, (so-called ''Unwa.'ihed Brown 
Oxide of Antimony ''}, see Potassa, 

antimonio-sulphxirated, crude 

" do. do., calcic, (also called: Antimo- 
niated Liver of Lime), see Lime, anti- 

monio-siilphurated 

Anti-Phylloxerins, see Potassium : sulpho- 

carbonate; and, xauthogenate 

Antipyrine ( Di - methyl - oxy - quinizine 
[-chiuizine|); -alsocalled '^Anulfjesine" . . . . 

Apiol, fluid, green . . '/ Olly Eubslmcis f <.in the seeds ol 
" " distilled I Pnrsl.y (Ai.ium pelrmeliiium>.. 

Apiol, solid, cryst, white, (Parsley-camphor) 

Apo-codeine 

' ' hydrochloratc 

ApOCynin, crj'st. | Resino:d,- vot identical -with 

" amori)hous . f thoGlucosido "J/)oc2/nti«".' 

Apo - morphine (Apomorphia), hydrochlorate, 

amorphous 

- " hydrochlorate. cryst., chem. pure,— 

r. S. J'h. 

" sulphate, cryst., — soluble in Water 

Apple-oil, so-called, see Amyl, valerianate. 
Aqua (.Vcpiai medicata; — Medicated Waters), 

see Water, etc 

Aqua Ammoniae, see Ammonia, Water of . . 
' ' Calcarise, see Solutions: Lime, U. S.Fh. 
" carmelitana, see Spirit, Balm, — com- 
pound 

" regia, see Acid, nitro - livdrochloric, 
U. S. Fh \ 



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Index. 




21 


Arabin (Arabic Acid, Giimmic Acid) 

Arbutin Merck, white, cryst 

Argftnt.nm, and coinpoiinds, see Silver, etc. 

Argil (Argilla) [Alumina], anhydroias, chem. 

pure, see Aluminium, oxide, anby- 


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' ' hydrated, — com mcrcial ; and : pure, I '. S. 
Ph.; — see Aluminium, oxide, precipi- 








15 gr. 2.00 

oz. . 12 
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Arsenic ( Arsenium), — so-called ' 'metallic, ' ' — 
cryst. ; [so-caUed "Cobaltum Mineral"] 




















' ' iodide (ter-iodide), cryst. , pure, - U. S. Ph. 

cury, arsenio-iodide 

' ' lactate, (Lacto-arsenious Acid) 

' ' oleate . 














oz. 2.50 
oz. .40 










" pent-oxide, see Acid, arsenic (arsenicic), 
dry [anbydrous] 

" " tetra-bydrated, see Acid, arsenic 
(arsenicic), bydrated 


















. oz. 1.00 

lb. .25 
oz. .40 








" lied sixlpbide, (di - sulpbide), [Realgar; 

Red Arsenic], powder 

" tartrate 














" tri-oxide, see Acid, arsenious (arseni- 
cous), anbydrous 

Arsenic, Citrine Arsenic; 

mentuni ; King's Yel- 
low], powder 

1' " " precipitated (wet process) . 
iixsenie, red, see Arsenic, Red sulphide .... 

" vitreous. 1 » ■ t • 7 






lb. .25 
oz. . 35 


























< ' PI f ( ^^® Acad, arsemous, lumps 

' ' white, so-called { see Acid, ar- 

" riowers of resublimed i senious, etc. 
























" yellow {citrine), see Ai-senic, Yellow 

Arsenic and Mercury Iodides, see Mercury, 
arsenio-iodide 


















do. do. do. do., solution, U. S. Ph., {Dono- 










Arsenieal Solution, Fowler's, see Solutions : 
Potassium arsenite U S Ph 










Arsenixun, and compounds, see Arsenic, etc. 

Asaron (Asarin; Asarum-camphor ; Asara- 
bacea-campbor) 

Aseptol (ortbo - Pbenol - sulpbonic [ortbo- 
Pbenyl - sulpburic, ortbo- Sulpbo - pbenic, 
ortbo-Sulpbo-carbolic] Acid; ortbo-Sulpbo- 
pbenol [-carbol]; — in d'3\-% solution) — 
[Sozolic Acid] " 

Asparagin (Asparagine; Altbein, Altbelne). 

Aspidos-amine and Aspido-spermine, see lender 
Quebracho Alkaloids 

Atropine Merck (Atropia): 
pure, heavy, — Atropina, U. S. Ph. — Alka- 
loid from Atropa Belladonna,— free from 
the so-called "light Daturine."— Melt. -point 
115° C [239 F) 










15 gr. . 75 

oz. .30 
oz. 1.00 


























1 oz.vls.oz. G . 55 
15 gr. .65 
15 gr. .50 
15 gr. .65 
15 gr. .65 
15 gr. .65 
15 gr. .65 








arseniate (arsenate) 

borate 













hydrobromate 

hydrochlorate 

nitrate 


















salicylate 









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22 



NlERCK's Index. 



Atropine Merck (Atropia), — continued: 
santoninate ( 't(d sautouate! ) 


Containers incl. 
15 gr. .75 

Joi.vls.oi. 5.70 
15 gr. .65 
15 gr. .65 








sulphate, white, cryst, neutral, — Atropines 
sulphas, r. .S'. I'll., — absolutely neutral 
(free from any trace of either acid or alka- 
liue reaction !j, -light, and perfectly white 








tartrate 

valerianate 

N.I>. -Atropine fractional derivatives, in- 
cluding Hom-atropine Merck -Ladenburg, 
^^•ill be found under their respective 
names. 
Atropine Discs, — in tubes of 100 








' ' Gelatin, ^in sheets for 25 applications. 

' ' Paper, —in books for 100 applications . 
Auri Pigmenttun, see Arsenic, Yellow sul- 

])hiile 

Aurin, see under Aniline and Phenol Dyes. . 
































Auro- double suits, see "Gold and — 










Aurum, and compounds, see Gold, etc 

Avenin - Lsgumin ( 1 egetaUe Casein from 
oats) 










oz. 1 00 
15 gr. .60 

oz. 1.25 
15 gr. .75 






Avenine, — Alkaloid 






Azo-benzene ( .\zo-l)enzol, Azo-benzide) .... 








Azo-litmin. chem. pure 






















































































, 
















































































































* 



























































































.^"When orderingr, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



NlERCK'S 


Index. 




23 




Containers incl. 


»- 


































• 


































- 


























































• 





























































































































































































































































































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24 



m:erck:'s Index. 



Balsams : 
Copuivii, Maracaibo-, — (Balsamuia capivT 

[copaiva;]) 

" — dry, — • (Balsam um copaiva) sic- 

cuni), see Resins: Copaiva 

Gurjiin, — (so-called "East- India Copaiva 
Balsam"), [also called: "Wood -oil," or 

" East-Iudiaii Wood-oil"] 

Indian Heiuj), — (Balsamiuu cannabis in- 
dicir), -ace. to Dcuztl 

Kava-Kava, siu Resins: Kava-Kava 

of reni, tnic 

of Snlphur, see Oils, tlivers: suli)hnrated 
Linseed- 

" " terebintliinated, see Oils, divers: 
sulphurated Linseed-, terebin- 

thinated 

Bamberger's Solution, merciiro-albuuii- 

uated, see Meremy, bi-cbloride, albunii- 

natt'd, fluid 

Baptisin, pure. -Glucoside from Wild Indigo, 

( Haptisia tiuctoria) . . ., 

Barb-aloin, chem. pure, see Aloin 

Barium (liaryum, Barytum), double salts of, 
seo "Barium and — '' (l^elow !) 

" metallic 

" acetate, pure, cryst 

" " chem. jjure, cryst 

" ajthylo-sulphate, see Barium, ethylo- 
sulphate 

' ' amylo-sulphate 

" anhydride, so-called, see Barium, oxide, 
auhydroiis, pure; and, commercial . . 

' ' beuzoate 

" bi-oxalato (bin-oxalate) 

' ' borate • 

" boro-\volframate(boro-tungstate) 

' ' bromate 

" bromide 

" carbonate, precipitated 

" " " pure 

" " " chem. pure 

" chlorate, pure, cryst 

" " '» powder 

" chloride, impalp. powder, commercial. 

" " puritied, crj'st 

" " pure, ci"yst 

" " chem. pure, cryst 

" chromate, pure 

" II 

' ' citrate 

' ' (ithylo-sulphato (sulpho-vinate), cryst. . . 

" fluoride, pure 

" formate 

" hycb'oxide (so-called "hydrate") [hy- 
drated mou-oxide], see Barium, oxide, 
hydrated, etc 

" hypo-phosphite 

" hypo-sulphate 

" hypo - sulphite, see Barium, thio-sul- 
jihate 

' ' iodate 

" iodide 

" lactate 

' ' methylo-sulphate 

'* nitrate, cryst 

" " ])owder 

" " fused 

" " chem. pure, cryst 



Containers incl. 
lb. 1.00 










lb. 1.75 


• 


oz. 2.50 










lb. 2.50 
























15 gr. .50 
















15 gr. 4.00 
oz. . 20 










oz. .25 












oz. .40 












oz. . 75 






lb. 1.25 






oz. .40 












oz. . 60 




oz. . 35 






lb. 40 






lb 55 




lb. 1.00 






lb. . 70 






lb. 75 




lb. .25 
lb. .25 




lb. 30 




lb. 35 






lb. 1 00 






lb. CO 






oz. 40 




_ 


lb 2 25 




oz 75 


















oz. 50 






oz. GO 












oz. 1 00 




oz 75 




oz. 85 






oz. .60 






lb. .25 






lb. 25 






lb 1 00 






lb. .45 








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IVlERCiv's Index. 



26 



Barium, oleate. 
' ' oxalate . . . . 



pure . 



oxide (mon-oxide), anhydrous, [Burnt 
(calcined) Baryta], (so-called 
"Barium Anhydride"), pure. . . 

" do., commercial 

" hydrated (caustic), [Barium Hy- 
droxide (so-called "Hydrate") ; 
Hydrated (caustic) Baryta], 

jjure, cryst 

" do., pure, dry 

'• " chem. pure, crvst 

" " " '; dry 

" " commercial 

oxide, per- (di-), see Barium, iier-oxide . 

per-chlorate 

per-manganate, cryst 

per-oxide (di-oxide), hydrated, pvire .... 

' ' do. , commercial 

" anhydrous, commercial 



pure 



' ' i^hosphate 

" rhodanide, see Barium, sulpho-cyanato . 

' ' sahc j'late 

" sulphate, precijjitated, piire,-(SA-nthetic- 
ally prepared "Barytes"; also called: 

Artificial " Heavj' Spar") 

' ' Huli^hide (sulphiiret), commercial 

" " pure 

" " — free from Arsenic; — ace. to 
"Winkler. — (Used for generating 
Arsenium-free Suli^hydric Acid 

in Kipi^'s apparatus.) 

' ' sulpho - carbolate (phenol - sulphonate, 

sulpho-phenate) 

" sulpho - cyanate (thio-cyanate; rhodan- 
ide), pure 

" " commercial 

" sulpho-vinate, see Baiium, ethylo- 

sulphate 

" tartrate 

" thio-cyanate, see Barium, sulpho-cyan- 

ate 

" thio-sulphate (formerly called "hypo- 
sulphite ") 

" wolframate (tungstate) 

Barium and Platinum., salts, see Platinum 
double Chlorides ; do. doubleCyanides ; 

and do. , divers double Salts 

" and Potassium, chlorate 

Baryta, burnt (calcined), see Barium, oxide, 

anhydi'ous 

" caustic (hydrated), see Barium, oxide, 

hydrated 

Barytes, sjTithetically prepared, (Ai-tificial 

"Heavy Spar"), see Barium, sulphate, etc. 

Bebeerine, (Beberine, Becberine, Bebirine, Bibi- 

rine, Bebeeria; Buxine), pure, cryst. . . 

' ' hydrochlorate 

" sulphate 

Belladonnine 

Bengal Rose, see under Aniline and Phenol 

Dyes: Rose 

Benz-aldehyd (Benzoic Aldehyd; so-called 
"Benzoyl Hydride") [Artificial Volatile Oil 
of Bitter Almonds; — no^=Nitro-benzene!— 
which seealso!]. — Chemically identical with: 
De-hydrocyanated Natural Essential Oil of 
Bitter Almonds 



Containers incl. 
OZ. .40 

lb. .75 
lb. 1.00 



lb. 2.50 
lb. 1.50 



lb. .50 
lb. 1.00 
lb. .GO 
lb. 1.25 
lb. .40 



oz. 2.00 
OZ. 1.50 
lb. 1.25 
lb. .75 
lb. .75 
lb. .85 
oz. .35 



oz. .50 



lb. .55 
lb. .45 
lb. 1.00 



lb. .60 

lb. 1.75 

lb. 1.50 
lb, .75 



75 



oz. .30 
oz. .30 



lb. 1.50 



oz. 1.65 

oz. 1.25 

oz. 1.25 

15 gr. .75 



lb. 2.00 



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26 



IVlKRCK'S INDKX. 



Benz-amide 

Benzene (^Honzol), broiiiatt-d, si'o Mono- 

brom-benzene 

" chlorated, see Mouo-cbloi-benzene .... 
" iodated, see Mouo-iod-beuzone 

Benzene, anthracic, (Coal -tar Benzol), 
[Coal- iiaiibtba; su-called "Coal-tar 
Benzin " — Benziiuiiu litb - antbraci- 
num], — cliem. pure, crvstallizable;— 
boil.-pt. 80 8i° C [17C-1H3.2 FJ. — 
(So-called "Pbeuvl Hydride.") ..... 
" do.,— boil.-pt. 7()-13()° C^[158-26(> F] . . 
•' do.,— " 130-180° C [266-356 FJ. . 

Benzene, benzoic, see Benzol, benzoic. . . . 

B3nzid-am, see Aniline 

Benzile \Di-benzoyl ) 

Banzin, petroleic, (Pttroleiim Benzin), 
[Petroleum Napbtba], — I, — boil. -jit. 

55-75° C [131-1(S7 FJ 

" do.,— boil.-pt. 50 60° C [122 140 F],— 
Benzinum, U. S. Ph., — (so-called "Pe- 
troleum Etber ") 

Benzo - (Benzene-) [Benzol-] Quinone, see 
Quinone 

Benzo-tri-ehloride {not Tri-cblor-benzene ; 
nor Tri-cbloiide of Benzene [Benzol] ; - 
but: CgH,.CCl ) 

Benzoin Crystals, (Bitter-almond-oil Cam- 
phor), [not: EesinaBenzoe, = "Gum benja- 
min"; — but: Oxy-pheuyl-benzyl-ketonel] . . 

Benzoin Flowers, see Acid, benzoic, from 
Siamese {andother) Benzoin-resin, sublimed: 
U. S. Ph. , and others 

Benzol (Benzene), bromated, see Mono-brom- 

benzene 

" chlorated, see Mono-chlor-benzene .... 
" iodated, see Mono-iod-l)enzene 

Benzol, benzoic, (Benzoic Benzene), — from 
Benzoic Acid 

Benzol of Coal-tar, {Anthracic Benzol), see 
Benzene, anthracic 

Benzoyl, chloride 

" hydride, — so-called, — see Benz-aldehyd 

Benzoyl, di-, see Benzile 

Benzoyl-ecgonine 

Benzyl, chloride, commercial 

" •* pure 

Berberine, chem. pure, cryst 

' ' citrate 

' ' hydrochlorate 

" phosphate 

" sulphate 

Berberine, Hydro- 

Beryllium (Glucinum, Glycium), metallic, 

powder 

' ' carbonate 

' ' chloride 

" oxide, hydrated, (hydroxide) 

" " anhydrous 

" sulphate 

Beryllium and Potassium, fluoride 

Bestuschefifs Solution, tonico - nervine 
(anodyne Iron-), see Tinctures: Iron chlo- 
ride, —ethereal 

Betol (Naphthalot) [Naphtho-salol, Sali-naph- 
thol] - (Beta-Naphthylic Ether of Salicylic 
Acid; Salicylate of Beta-Naphthol) 

Bibirine, see Bebeerine 

Bi-chlor-naphthalene, see Di-chlor - naph- 
thalene 



Containers i-icl. 
OZ. 2.00 



lb. 
lb. 

lb. 



1.00 



.50 



15 gr. .75 



oz. . 50 



15 gr. .35 



oz. 1.50 



oz. . 50 



15 gr. 1 . 50 

lb 

lb 

oz. 5.00 
15 gr. . 75 

oz. 
15 gr, 



1.50 
3.00 



.00 
.75 



oz. 1 . 25 
15 gr. 4.00 

15 gr. 12. 00 
15 gr. . 25 



15 gr. 
15 gr. 
15 gr. 
15 gr. 
15 gr. 



.25 
.25 
.50 
.25 
.25 



oz. .60 



,^"When ordering, specify: "MERC!K'S"I 



NlERCK's Index. 



27 



Bili-fuscin 


Containers incl. 

I.^gr.vial4.00 

l'gr.\ial2.00 

l^gr.ual4.00 

lAgr.vial4.00 








Bili-lmmin 








Bili-prasin 

Bili-rubin {BUi-phain) 

" Hydro-, see Uro-bilin 

Bili-verdin 




















ligr.vial4.00 








Bi-nitro - benzene, (Bi-nitro- benzol, Bi- 
















Bi-nitro-naphthalene, see Di-nitro-napli- 










Bi - nitro - tolueno (-tohiol), see Di-nitro- 
toluene 










Ei-phsnyl- and other Bi-eompoixncls, see Di- 
pbenvl- etc ' — etc — under "Di-" — 










Birch-tar, see Oils, clivers: Birch, empy- 










Bismarek Brown, see under Aniline and 
I'henol Dyes' Brown 










Bismuth, doiible salts of, see "Bismuth 
and — " (below ! ) 










" metallic, — about 97% pure metal 

" " pure, — free from Arsenic 


lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
oz. 
oz. 


2.40 

3.50 

6.00 

.60 

.60 
























" albuminate 








monium, citrate, C. <S'. Ph 










oz. 
oz. 
oz. 


.60 
1.00 
2.00 








" bromide 








" carbonate, so-called, see Bisnnitli, sub- 
carbonate, U. S. Ph 














oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
lb. 
oz. 
oz. 

oz. 
oz. 

oz. 
oz. 

oz. 

oz. 
oz. 
oz. 


.75 

.50 

.80 

1.00 

1.00 

2.50 

.35 

.50 

.60 
.50 

.35 
.55 

.75 

1.75 
.75 
.60 








" citrate U S Ph 








" iodide (ter-iodide) 














" lacto-phosphate (pho.spho-lactate) 

' ' oleate, dry 


























" oxide ( tri- [ sesqui- ] oxide ), anhydrous 
[yellow], chem. pure, — Ph. Brit. 

" " hydra ted (white), pure 

" oxide, per- (pent-), see Bism., per-oxide 
" oxy-chloride 
































" peptonized, (Bismuthated Peptone),— con- 
tains 3.8% of Oxide of Bismuth in 








" per-manganate, basic, — soluble only in 
dilute acids 








" per-oxide (pent-oxide) 

' ' jDhosphate 

phosphate 

Bi„03,— free from the Sub-nitrate;— 
gives up only traces of Salicylic Acid 
to Ether 




















oz. 
oz. 
lb. 


.45 

.40 

2.90 








" salicylate, acid, — contains about 40% of 








"carbonate") — oluiii pure 








" sub-iodide, see Bismuth, oxy-iodide 

" sub-nitrate, chem. pure, very light powder, 
— U. S. rh. and Ph. G. ll,-(Magistery 
of Bismuth); — perfectly tree from 
Arsenic by Marsh's test 








lb. 

lb. 


2.50 
2.75 








" sub-nitrate, in tablets 









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28 



NlERCK's Index. 



Bismuth, sulphate 

" sulphide (sulphuret) 

' ' tannate 

" " in tablets 

' ' tartrate 

' ' valerianate 

Bismuth and Am,monium, citrate, — 

U. S. Ph 

' ' and Potassium, iodide, liquid 

" " " tartrate " 

Bitter - almond - oil, artificial, see Bcnz- 

aldehyd 

Bitter-almond-oil Camphor, see Benzoin 

Crystals 

Bixin {Bed Orellin), chem. piu-e 

Blood, bullock's, (^Sanguis Tauri [Bovis]), 

dry, powdered 

Boldine 

Bone-ash; and: do., i)urified; — see Calcium, 

liLosphate, crude; and: pure 

N.B. — Compare, also: Calcium, lihosphatc, 
bi-basic, — for agricultural chemistry. 
Bone-black, purified, (so-called "Ivory- 
black"), see Charcoal, animal, purified, 

U. S. Fh.,— etc 

Bone Phosphate,— so-called, —see Calcium, 

phos2)liate, ])recipit'd tri-l)asic, dry, U. S.Ph. 

Borax, - various forms, (also: Borax-glass), 

— see Sodium, bi-borate, etc., — ['. S. Ph.; 

and other forms 

Borax-Tartar (so-ca?fed "Soluble Cream of 
Tartar " ), see Potassium and Sodium, 

boro-tartrate 

do. Scales, {Scales of Tartar), — perfectly 
soluble in "Water, — see do. do. do., do., — 

in scales 

Boro-Glycerin ( "-Glyceride"), dry,— [Glyc- 
erolate ( Glycerite ) of Boric Acid ; 
Glj'ceryl Borate] ; — containing 3 parts 

Glycerin to 2 of Boric Acid 

" BO - called, — syrupy consistency ; — see 
Sodium, bi-boratc, glycerolatc of, — 

syrupy consistency 

Boron (Borium), crysta'llized 

Brayerin, see Koussein Merck 

Bromal, anhydrous 

Bromal Hydrate 

Bromine,— ^ro?7n<m, U. S. Ph 

" chloride, ("Bromide of Chlorine," so- 
called) 

'* iodide, liqiiid, — so-called, — see Iodine, 

bi-omide, liquid 

Bromo-Cafiteine {not Caffeine Hydrobro- 
mate, — which see also ; — biit Bromated 

[bromo-substituted] Caifeine !) 

Bromo-ethyl (Bromide of Ethyl; Mono-brom- 

ethane), see Ether, hydrobromic 

Bromoform 

Brom-phenyl-acet-amide, mono-, (Mono- 
brom-acet-anilide), cryst. [Supposed to 
combine the medicinal effects of Sodium 

Bromide and of Plienyl-acet-amide.] 

Brucine (Brucia) [Vomicine], chem. pure, 

cryst., — free from Strychnine 

" pure 

" hydrobromate 

" hydrochlorate 

" nitrate 

" phosphate 

" sulphate 



Containers incl. 



OZ. 
OZ. 
OZ. 
OZ. 
OZ. 
OZ. 



.50 
.60 
.35 
.40 
.75 
.75 



OZ. . 50 
OZ. . 60 
OZ. .25 



OZ. 5.00 

lb. 1.50 
15 gr. 3.00 



lb. 2.00 



15 gr. 6.00 



OZ. 2.50 
OZ. 2.50 
OZ. .25 



OZ. 



.85 



OZ. 5.00 



OZ. 1.50 



OZ. 2.00 

loz. vis. 01,3. 00 
|oz.vls.oz. 2.10 
ioz.vls.oz. 2.10 
j OZ. vis. OZ. 2.10 
Joz.vls.oz, 2.10 
Joz.vls.oz. 3.50 
Joz.vls.oz.2.10 



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NlERCK'S 


Index. 




29 


"R-pnoi-np nnrl ^iinp-O^ride livdriodate 


Containers incl. 

15 gr. 1.50 

15 gr. .50 

lb. .75 
















Butter, Cacao-, (Oil of Theobroma), fresh. 
" Nutmeg-, see Oils, divers: Kutnieg, 

expressed 

Butter of Antimony, liquid, see Solutions: 






















" of do., concentrated, see Antimony, chlo- 










" of Tin, anlij'drous, see Tin, tetra- 










"of Zinc, see Zinc, chloride: U. 8. Ph. 










Butyl Iodide 

Butyl-chloral Hydrate (Croton-cbloral Hj'drate). 

Butyl-phenol 

Butyrin (Tri-butjTin) 

Butyrum stibii (antimonii) ; do. mj^risticfe 
(nucist;T3i; do. stanni; do. zinci; — see refer- 
ences i;ncier: Butter of Antimony; of Nut- 
meg ; of Tin; of Zinc. — Butyrum Cacao, see 


oz. 3.00 

oz. . 60 

oz. 2.50 

15 gr. . 35 

























































































































































































































































































































































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30 



NlERCK's Indh; 



Cacao-butter, see Butter, Cacao- 


Containers incL 








Cadniinm, ilonble salts of, see "Cadmium 
auil — " (below!) 










' ' metallic 


lb. 1 45 
lb. 3.00 
oz. . 75 
oz. . 75 

oz. 1.00 
oz. .27 
oz. . 50 
oz. . 75 
oz. . 35 
oz. 1.00 
oz. .45 
oz. .40 
oz. . GO 
oz. 1.50 
oz. . 30 
oz. . 50 

oz. . 75 
oz. . 75 
oz. 1.00 
oz. . 50 
oz. . GO 








" " sheet 








" '• powder 

" acetate 














" boro-wolframato (Ixiro-tungstatoi, solu- 
tion, —six gr. 3.28 '. 








" bromide 








" carbonate 
















" chloride 








" fluoride 








" iodide 








" nitrate 








" oxide 








" sulphate, pure 

" sulphide (sulphuret) 

" siUpho - carbolate (phenol -sulplinnato, 

sulpho-phenate) 

" tartrate 
































" valerianate 








CJadminm nnd AmrnnTiiiirin, bromid« 
















' ' and Grold, chloride, see Gold & C. , chlor. 








" and Potassium, iodide .... 


oz. . CO 








Caesium (Casium), metallic 








15 gr. 3.00 
15 gr. 3.50 
15 gr. 2.00 






' ' chloride 








Caesium and Rubidium, chloride 








Ca.ftsinm Aliim, spa Abim, cipsir-. . 






Caffeine (Catfeia, Coffeine) [Theine], double 
salts of, see "Caffeine and — " (below !) 

" pure, cryst.,— U. S. Pli. 

" pure true — from Coffee-seeds 










i oz.vls.oz. 1.00 
J oz.vls.oz, 4.00 
^oz.vls.oz.3.00 






















" ammonio-citrale, see Caffeine and Am- 








" arseniate (arsenate) 

' ' arsenite 


J oz.vls.oz. 3 . 00 
|oz.vl.s.oz.3.00 
^oz.vls.oz. 1.75 

Joz.vls.oz.3.50 














" benzoate, true salt.. 








" boro-citrate, true double salt, — readily 
soluble. — ( Combines the medicinal 
effects of Caffeine and of Boric Acid. ) 






*' bromo-substituted(bromated), [?io< Caf- 
feine Hydrobromate !J, see Bronio- 
Caff pine 






" cinnaniate, cryst 








Joz.vls.oz, 4.<i0 
^oz.vls.oz. 1.75 
1 oz.vls.oz, 1.00 

i oz.vls.oz. 1.00 
1 oz.vls.oz. 2.00 
1 oz.vls.oz. 1.20 

J oz.vls.oz. 1.20 
i oz.vls.oz, 1.75 
J oz.vls.oz, 5.00 
1 oz. vis. oz. 2.00 
ioz.vls.oz.3.50 
Joz.vls.oz,3,09 
|oz,vls,oz.l.90 








" citrate, true salt 








" citrate, — so-called, — commercial 

" -Ph. Brit, new,— [50% 
of Caffeine] 










" citrico-benzoate 

" hydrobromate, true salt, cryst 

N. B. Compare, also ; Bromo-Caffeine. 

" hydrochlorate, true salt, cryst 

' ' lactate 





— 






" malate . . . . 








" nitrate, true salt, cryst 

" phenate (phenylate, carbolate) 

' ' salicylate, true salt . . . 






















double salts of Caffeine, — see Caffeine 

and Soda, etc. -(below!) 

" sulphate, true salt, cryst 








J oz.vls.oz. 1.00 









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jVEerck's Index. 



SI 



Caffeine— (a^ above! ), — tannate, true salt . . . 

" valerianate, true salt 

Caffeine and Ammonia, citrate. (Ammoniatcd 



34"oo£Catfeinel 
.[62.5% " ] 



Citrate of t'aft'rine ) 
" and Soda, bcnzoate . . 
" " " cinnamate . 
" " " citrate, true 
" " " salicylate.. 
X.B. — The Benzoaie, Cinnamate, and Salic- 
ylate, are sohible in 2 parts of hot Water, 
and remain in solution on cooling. 
CaHeine and Soda, hydrobromate, (so - called 
"Bromide of Caffeine and Sodium", — 
"Sodio-bromide of Caffeine"), — [o2% of 
Caffeine] ; — soinble in 20 parts of Water . . 

Cahincin (Caincin i, see Acid, cahincic 

Calabar-Alkaloid, see Physostigmine (Eserine) . . . 

Calabar Discs l Physosti^ine 

•; g-l^tine " Discs; etTetc 

" Paper ) 

Calci\un, double and trii^le salts of, see "Cal- 
cium and — " (below I) 

metallic, — by electrolj^sis 

acetate, chem. pure, drj' 

' ' cmde 

aethylo-suliDhate, seeCalc, ethjdo-sulph. 

albuminate 

antimonio - sulphide, so-called, (Anti- 
nionic Liver of Lime), see Lime, anti- 

monio-sulphurated 

arseniate (arsenate) 

arsenite 

benzoate 

bi-malate, crj'st 

bi-saccharate, see Calcium, saccharate . . 
bi-phosjihate, so-called, see Calcium, 

phosphate, acid 

bi-sulphate, pui"e 

bi-sulphite, liquid, — [8° Batime] 

bi-tartrate, pure 

borate 

" — glycerolate (glycerite) of , [Glyce- 

rino-borate of Calcium) 

boro-citrate 

bromide, — U. S. Ph 

bromo-iodide 

butyrate, pure 

" Iso-, see Calcium, iso-butyrate . . . 

carbolate, see Calcium, phenate 

carbonate, purified (elutriated), white, 
see Chalk, prepared, IT. S. Ph. 

" precipitated 

" " light (flocciilent) 

" pure,-[/^. S. P/i. &Ph. G. IL 

" " chem. pure 

chinate, see Calcium, quinate 

chinovate, see Calcium, quinovate 

chlorate 

chlorhydro - phosphate, see Calcium, 

l)hosphate, hydrochlorated 

chloride, (so-called " Hydrochlorate of 

Lime"), crude 

" granulated 

" pure, cryst 

" " dry, white 

" " fused, perf. white, in lumps, 

— U.S. Ph. 

" " " " " in sticks. . 

" " " " " granulated 

chromate 



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|oz.vls.oz.2.0t) 

|oz.vls.oz.2.00 

Joz.vls.oz.2.00 
Joz.vls.oz. 1.25 
|oz.vls.oz. 1.50 
|oz.vls.oz.2.00 
\ oz.vls.oz. 1 . 25 



Jcz.vls.oz. 1 .50 



15 gr. 10.00 
lb. 1.00 
lb. .50 



.75 



oz. . 35 
oz. .30 
oz. .50 
oz. 1.00 



oz. .30 
lb. .45 
oz. .40 
lb. 1.50 

lb. 2.50 
oz. . 35 
oz. . 25 
oz. 1.00 
oz. .50 



lb. .41) 
lb. .45 
lb. .50 
lb. 1.00 



oz. .40 



lb. .35 

lb. .40 

lb. .45 

lb. .65 

lb. .85 

lb. .90 

lb. 2.50 



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S2 



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nn.lpimrj, mfrntp , . , , 


Containers incl. 
oz. .35 

oz. .75 

OZ. .50 

oz. .50 
oz. . 35 
lb. 2.50 








' ' ethylo-sulpliate (sulj^lio-vinate) 

" ferrid - cyanide (ferri-cyanide), [Calcio- 
Ferric cvaiiide, so-called], crvst 














ferro-lacto-phosphale. (Lacto - Phosphate 
of Calcium and Iron) 








formate 








fluoride, chem. pure 








" glycerino-borate, (Glycerolate [Glycer- 
ite] of Borate of Calcium), see Cal- 
cium, borate, — glycerolate of 

•• glycerino-phosiihate, (Glycerolate [Gly- 
cerite] of Phosphate of Calcium), see 
Calcium, phosphate, —glycerolate of. 

' ' hippurate 










_ 




oz. 2.00 




•' hydrochloro - phosphate, see Calcium, 
phosphate, hvdrochlorated 








• h_>i30-sulphite, see Calc, thio-sulphate . 
" iso-butyrate 


lb. 1.30 














oz. 2.00 
oz. . 75 
oz. .47 




_ 




' ' iodate 






• ' iodide 






" kinate, see Calcium, quinute 

" kinovate, see Calcium, quinovate 

" lactate, pure, soluble 

'• lacto-phosphate (phospho-lactate), cryst., 
soluble 
















oz. .25 

oz. .50 
oz. . 25 














" " i)owder 








" meconate 








" muriato-iihosphate, see Calcium, phos- 
phate, hydrochlorated 








' ' nitrate, pure 


oz. .15 
oz. .25 
oz. . 45 
15 gr. 2.50 
oz. .30 




' ' nitrite 














' ' osmate .... ... 






' ' oxalate 






" oxide, caustic, dry, (Burnt Lime, pure), 
— from marble, — see Lime, U. S. Ph. 




- — 




' ' per-manganate, cryst 

" phenate (phenylate, carbolate),iDure. . . . 

" crude, [about 40% of pure] 

" phosphate, crude, (Bone-ash) 

" " pure, (Purified Bone-ash) 

" " neutral, chem. piire, — Ph. G. II, — 
(Tetra-hydrated Di-calcic ortho- 

cium Hydro-phosphate) 

[Tetra - hydro - m ono - calcic or- 
tho-Phosphate], pure 

" " bi-basic, — for agricultural chem- 
istry 

" " precipitated tri-basic, dry, — Calcil 
phosphas prcL'cipitatus, U. S. Ph. , 
— (so-called "Bone Phosphate" ) 

" " do. do., gelatinous 

" " — glycerolate (glycerite) of, [Gly- 
cerino-phosphate of Calcium] . . 

" " — hydro - chlorated (muriated), 
[Muriato - phosphate (Chlorhy- 
dro - phosphate, Hydrochloro - 
l^hosphate) of Calcium], liquid, 
— sp. gr. 1,225, [25% solution] 

" " — do., dry 

" " — antimoniated (stibiated), — 
[James's Febrile Powder], — see 
Antimonial Powder, If. 8. Ph. 


oz. 2.00 
lb. 1.50 
lb. .40 
lb. .40 
lb. .60 

lb. 1.25 

lb. 2 00 
lb. 1.50 

lb. 1.25 

lb. .75 

oz. 4.00 

lb. .75 
lb. 1.50 
















































' 


' 




" phosphide (phosphuret) 

" phosphite 


oz. .50 
oz. . 75 
























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IVlERCPc's Index. 



33 



Calcium, picrate (picro-nitrate) 

' ' pyro-phosphate 

' ' quinate (chinate, kinate), ciyst 

' ' quinovate (chinovate, kinovate) 

' ' rhodanide, see Calcium, sulpho-cyanate 

" saccharate (bl - sacchai-ate), [so-called 
"Saccharate of Lime"], — soluble in 
Water, easily so in Sugared water. — 
(Antidote in Carbolic -Acid poisoning.) 

' ' salicylate 

" santoninate ()!o<santonateI), — whitepow- 
der, insoluble in water ; insiijid 

" silicate, pure 

" silico-fluoride 

" stibiato-sulphide, so-called, (Antimonic 
Liver of Lime), see Lime, antimonio- 
sulphurated 

" sulphide (sulphliret), - ace. ] For genei-«tinp 

to Fresenius [ f:tlp'7j^it 

" " — ace. to Otto ) ratus. 

' ' sulphide, so-called, (Calcic Liver of Sul- 
phur), see Lime, sulphiarated, U. S. Pit. 
' ' do. , antimoniated, — so- called, — (Anti- 
monic Liver of Lime), see Lime, anti- 

monio-sulphurated 

' ' sulphite, crude 

" " purified 

" " pure 

' ' sulpho - carbolate (phenol - suljDhonate, 

sulpho-phenate) 

" siilpho-cyanate (thio-cyanate ; rhodan- 
ide), commercial 

" " pure 

' ' sulpho- vinate, see Calc. , ethylo-sulphate 

• ' tannate 

' ' tartrate 

" thio-cyanate, see Calc, sulpho-cyanate 
" thio-sulphate (formerly called "hypo- 
sulphite ") 

" tri-chlor-phenate (tri-chlor-phenylate, 

tri-chlor-carbolate) 

" urate, chem. pure 

Calcium and Copper, acetate, see Copper 

and Calcium, acetate 

' ' and Gold, chloride, see G. & Calc. , chlor. 
' ' and Iron, lacto-phosphate, see Calcium, 

ferro-lacto-phosphate 

" " " cyanide, so-called, see Calci- 
um, ferrid-cyanide 

' • and Platinum, cyanide, see under Pla- 
tinum double Cyanides 

Calcium, Platinum, and Ammonium, cy- 

anuret, see under Platinum triple Cyanides 

Calomel, see Mercurv, chloride, U. S.Ph.; etc. 

Calx, r. S. Ph., see Lime, U. S. Ph 

Calx Antimonii (Stihii), see Potassium, an- 

tinionate, pharmacopeial 

" cum Sulphure, see Lime, anti- 

monio-sulphurated 

Camphor, benzoated 

" carbolated, see Cami)hor, phenolated. . 

' ' citrated 

' ' di-bromated 

" mono-bromatcd, — U. S. Ph 

" phenolated, {Phenol - Camphor; Carbol- 
ated camphor, Camphorated Phenol) . 

' ' salicylated 

' ' valerianated 

Camphor, artificial, so-called, see Turpen- 
tine-oil, mono-hvdrochlorate 



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OZ. .30 

oz. .30 
OZ. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 



oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



.25 
.45 

.75 
.35 
.40 



lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.10 



lb. .30 
lb. .50 
lb. 1.25 

oz. .25 

lb. .75 
lb. 1.25 



oz. .30 
oz. . 25 



lb. 1.25 

oz. . 50 
oz. 1.00 



oz. .40 



oz. .40 
oz. 1.00 
oz. .26 



oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



.40 
.50 
.60 



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34 



NlERCiv's Index. 



Camphor of Anemone (FutsaiUla), see 
Anemonin 

" of Asarum (Asarabacca), see Asaron . . 

" of Bitter -Almond -oU, see Benzoin 
Crystals _. . 

" of Elecampane {Inula, Alant-wot), -sol\d, 
— see Helcnin 

" " " — liquid, — see Alantol 

" Lemon-, so-called, see Tuqjentine-oil, 
di-hydrochlorate 

" of Parsley, see Apiol, solid, cryst., white. . . 

" of Thyme, see Thymol 

" of Tonka-bean, see Cumarin 

Cannabin, -liesiuoid ♦ 

Cannabine Merck. — pure Alkaloid; — sj-rupy con- 

sisteiicy. — (Simply hypnotic in action.). . . 

Cannabine Tannate Merck 

Cannabinon 

" — lO-^ abstract in Sugar of mUk,^ 
adapted for immediate dispensation . . 

Cantharidin, cryst 

Capro-nitrile, see Amyl, cyanide 

Capsicin 

Caput mortuum, pure, see Iron, oxide, red, 

anhydrous 

Carb-amide, etc., see Urea, etc 

Carb-azole (Di-phenj-1-imide) 

Carbinol, see Alcohol, methylic 

Carbo animalis (Ossium), purijicatus, ' 
U. S. Ph.; — et, purus 

" Carnis purus — ad i;sum internum. 

' ' Sanguinis ; et, — acid9 purificatus . 

" Spongiae jiulverisatias 

Carbon, animal (Bone-), purified, U. S. 
jP/(.;— and, pure 

' ' Blood- ; and : d o. , purified by acid . 

" Meat-, pure, — for internal use 

" SponT^e-, powder 

Carbon, raineral, see Graphite 

Carbon ( Carboneum), bi-sulphide, (so - called 
Siilphur-" Alcohol ") 

" do., highly rectified, — {J. S. Ph 

" di-chloride (also called: proto-chloride). 

" tetra-chloride (also called: bi-chloride) , 

' ' tri-chloride (also called : sesqui-chloride ), 

cryst 

Cardol, ^iruriginous; from Anacardium ori- 
entale 

" vesicatory, from do. occidentale 

Carica papaya, Juice of, see Juice of Papaw 

Carmine, ])ure, in lumps, (Nacarat) , . 

Cxrmine, Safflower-, see Safilower Carmine 
Carnine 

" hydnjchlorate 

Carthamin, (so-called "Carthamic Acid"), 

chem. pure 

Carvol, see Essential Oils: Caraway -seed; 

extra strong 

Casein, commercial } jr^om'miZfc \ ' • 

Casein, absolutely cncm. pure. \ \ . . 

Caseins, vegetable, see Conglutin, and 

Logumin 

Cassius's Purple, see Gold, Tin-precipit. of 

Catechin (Catechuin), [Catechuic Acid] 

C itechol, sec Pyro-catcchin 

Cathartin, in Extract-form, — (?io< identical 

with Cathartic Acid, — which see also !) 

Caustic, lunar, see Silver, nitrate, molded. . 

" mitigated (toughened), see Silver, ni- 
trate, diluted: U. S. Ph., — and others 



Containers incl. 






















































15 gr. .3 5 

15 gr. 5.00 
15 gr. .25 
15 gr. .20 

oz. .60 






















15 gr. 2.00 












15 gr. .20 
















oz. 1.00 


































































lb. .23 






lb. 40 












oz. . 75 






oz. 1 25 






oz. . 75 






oz. 1.00 










oz. . 75 












15 gr. 8.00 
15 gr. 8.00 

15 gr. 1.00 


















lb. .80 






lb. 2.50 


















oz. 2.00 












oz. 5 00 



















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35 



Caustic, Filhos's, (Fused Vienna Caustic), see 
Potassium, hydi-oxide, with Lime, 

[1:1], fused..." 

" Yienna, powder, see Potassium, hydrox- 
ide, A\-ith Lime, [2:1], powder. 

Cedrin, cryst. ; from Cedron-seed. — Trans- 
parent crystals; wholly volatilizable; readily 
soluble in Water. —(Febrifuge, etc.; anti- 
dote in liydrojihobia, etc.) 

Cerebrin. — Physiological preparation from 
brain-substance 

Cerium, metallic, fused 

" acetate 

' ' bromide 

" carbonate' 

' ' chloride 

' ' lactate 

' ' malatc 

" nitrate 

" oxalate — U. S. Ph.-^ot Sesqui-oxidc . . . 

" oxide (per-oxide), pure 

" sidphate (In-sulphate) of Per-oxide .... 
" sulphate of Sesqni-oxide 

Cetrarin (Cetraric Acid) 

Chalk, prepared (levigated), — Creta prce- 
parata, U. S. Fh. , — [Purified (elutriated) 
Carbonate of Calcium] 

Chameleon Mineral, (Mineral Chameleon), 
see Potassium, manganate 

Charcoal, animal (J3one-), [Bone-black], 
(Carbo Ossium; Spoclium), — purified, 
— wet process; — [so-called "Ivory 
Black " — Ebur ustum] ; — Carho ani- 

malis pur'ficatus, U. S. Ph 

" do., (do.), pure,-wetprocess,-[do.-etc.] 
" Meat-, (Carbo Carnis), [Medicinal Ani- 
mal Charcoal, — for internal use], jjure 

" Blood-, (Carbo Sanguinis) 

" " purified by acid 

" Sponge-, (Biu-nt Sponge — Spongiausta 
[tosta]; Carbo Spongias), powder. . . . 

Chelerythrine (Chelerythria) 

Chelidonine (Chehdonia), pure 

' ' hydrochlorate 

' ' sulphate 

Chinidine, Chinine (Chinia), Chiniura, 
Chinoidine (" Chiiioidinum" of U. S. I'h.), 
Chino - iodine, Chinoline (Chinoleine), 
Chinone; and compounds of these; — see 
Quinidine, Quinine, Quinium, Quinoidine, 
Qiaino-iodine, Quinoiine, Quinone, — etc 

Chinoyl, see Quinone 

Chitin, — from beetles 

Chloral, — so called by the U. S. Ph., — see 
Chloral Hydrate 

Chloral, alcoholate, anhydrous 

" camphorated 

Chloral Hydrate, (the so-called "Chloral" 
of the U. S. Ph.): 

crusts 

loose crystals 

true Liebreich 

according to Liebreich 

Chloral Hydroeyanate (Cyanhydrate), 
cryst. — Khombic-prisms ; white, translu- 
cent ; wholly volatilizable ; readily soluble 
in Water, Alcohol, or Ether. — [Very stable 
compound, acting physiologically like Prus- 
sic Acid; hence, a desiraV)lo substitute for 
Bitter-almond and Cherrv-laurel Waters. ] . 



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15 gr. 
15 gr. 

oz. 

oz. 

oz. 

oz. 

oz. 

oz. 

oz. 

oz. 

oz. 

oz. 

oz. 
15 gr. 



2.00 

7.50 

1.00 

1.00 

.75 

.35 

2.00 

3.50 

.40 

.15 

1.0) 

.35 

.40 

1.00 



lb. .12 



lb. .50 
lb. 1.25 

lb. 3.00 
lb. 2.00 
lb. 2.25 

lb. .75 
15 gr. 1.25 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.00 



15 gr. 2.50 



oz. .30 
oz. 1.00 



lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.55 
lb. 2.25 
lb. 2.00 



joz.vk.nz. 2.00 



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36 



NlKRCK's Index. 



Chloral, meta- 


Containers incl. 
OZ. 1.00 

15 gr. .30 








Chlor - anile 








Chlorine Bromide, [Chlorum bromatum), so- 
culled, set) Bromine, chloride 








Chlorine-water (Solution of Chloi-ine in 
aistilled Water) 










Chloro-ethyl (Mono-ehlor-etbanei, chlori- 
nated compounds of, see Ether, hydro- 
chloric, etc 










Chloroform (Ethyl chloroform), piare, — 
Chloroformumpurificatum, tl. S. Ph., — 
conforming to Ph. G. 11 


lb. l.CO 
lb. 3.00 
lb. 2.50 

lb. 1.50 








' ' from Chloral 




- - _ 




" En£,'lish (British), — in original jars 

" chem. })ure — according to British stand- 
ard, (])nrissimum uso anglico) 










Chloroform. IVIethyl-, see Methyl Chloroform 

Chlorogenine lAlstonine), -from Alstouiu-bark 
|.Vlst(iuia c-iinstricta Apocvnete] 








15 gi-. 1 . 75 
15 gr. . 60 

oz. . 50 
15 gr. .50 








Chlorophyll, chem. pure 






free from Cupric Oxide 








Chole-stearin (Cholesterin) 






Chole-stearin Fat, see Lanolin 








Chondrin (Cartilai^e Gelatin) 


15 gr. .50 








Chrom-aci-chloride (CJhromyl Di-chloride), 
see Chromium, di-o.\v-di-chloride 








Chrome Alum, see Alum, chromic 








Chromium {Chrome), metallic, fused 

" acetate 


15 gr. 1.00 
oz. .50 












" chloride, sesqui-, see Chromium, sesqui- 
chloride 









" di-oxy-di-chloride, (Chrom-aci-chloride, 
Chromyl Di-chloride), [Chloro-chrom- 
ic Anhydride] 








' ' fluoride 


oz. . 50 








" hydroxide, Chromic, see Chromium, ox- 
ide, hydrated 








" nitrate 


oz. .35 
oz. .50 

lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.25 
lb. .75 








' ' oxalate 








" oxide (sesqui-oxide), [Chromic oxide], 
anhydi-ous, dry 








" " do., chem. pure 








" " hydrated, (ChromicHydroxide), dry 
" oxy-chloride, see Chromium, di-oxy-di- 
chloride 














" phosphate, cryst 


oz. 1.75 
oz. 1.50 
oz. . 30 








" sesqui-chloride 






' ' sulphate 








Chromium and Potassium, sulphate, see 
Alum, chromic 








Chromyl Di-chloride, see Chromium, di- 
oxy-di-chloi-ide 










Chrys-aniline (so-called " Phosphine "), see 
under Auiliuo and Phenol Dyes: Yellow. . 










Chrys-arobin, — U. ». Fh. and Ph. G. II, — 

(so-called "Medicinal Chrysophanic Acid'"). . . 

N. B. — True (^hrysojjhunic (lUieic) Acid, 

see llhnbarb constituents: Ilhein. 

Chrysoidine, cryst., see under Aniline and 

I'hpiiiil Dyes 


oz. .40 














Cicutine (Conicine), see Coniine 










Cimieifugin.— llesiuoidfrom Black Snake- 
root, (Bhick Cohosh), [Cimicifuga (Actnea) 
racemos.'i] 


oz. 2.00 

oz. .60 
oz. . 75 
oz. .60 
oz. .50 








Cinchonidine (Cinchonidia) {Alpha-Clmn- 








' ' borate 








" hydrochlorate 








" salicylate 









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JVliERCK's Index. 



37 



Cinchonidine — {as above!), — sulphate, Zim- j 

mer's ; conforming to ['. 5. Ph j 

" tuunato 

' ' taitrato 

Cinchonine (Cinchonia), chcm. pure, cryst., 
— U. S. Ph., — free from Cinchotine. . 

• ■ in;ro, cryst 

" precipitated 

benzoate 

ferri-citrate, [25^^ Cinchonine] 

liych'oclilorate 

salicylate 

snljihate, — U. S. Ph. , — large cryst 

tannate 

Cinchovatine, see Cinclionidine 

N. B. — Other Cinchona deri cailves, seeQiiin- 

idine. Quinine, etc. ; also : Acid, quinic, etc. 

Cinis stanni (Jovis), [Tin Ash], see Tin, 

oxide, grey . . . . ; 

Cinnabar, artificial, best, see Mercury, sul- 

l)hide, red, ['. S. Ph 

Cinnam-alcohol, see StjTone 

Cinnamene (C'innamoli, see Stji-ol 

Cinnyl (Styryli Cinnaniate, see StjTacin . . 
Citrullin, see Coiocynthidin 

Coal-tar Benzol, ) (so-called "Coal-tar BeBzln"), 
" Naphtlia f —see Benzene, anthracic .. 

" Dyes {Colors), see Aniline and Phenol Dyes. 

Cobalt, metallic, [98-99^^], granulated 

" pure 

' ' acetate 

" ammonio-sulphate, see Cobalt and Am- 

moniiim, sulphate, — (below!) 

' ' arseniate (arsenate) 

" " technical, see under Cobalt, oxide 

" carbonate, pure 

" " technical, see under Cobalt, oxide 

' ' chloride, jiure, cryst 

" chromate 

' ' cyanide 

" nitrate, ptire, cryst 

" " —solution 

' ' oxalate, pure 

" oxide, chem. pure 

" " for the Porcdaiii ynanufudure and 
other technical uses : — 

blue, F. U 

black, I % F. F. K. O 

grey, II *, 
black, III % 

" IV«, P. O 

— arseniate, — A. K. O 

— carbonate, — K. O. 11 

— phosphate, — P. K. 

" phosphate 

" " technical, see under Cobalt, oxide 

" sulphate, pure, cryst 

" tartrate 

Cobalt and Ammonium, sulphate 

" and Potassium, cyanide, see Potassi- 

iim, cobalti-cyanide 

Cobaltum Mineral, so-called, — (so-called 
••Metallic" Arsenic), — see Arsenic, cryst. . . 

Coca-ethyline 

Cocaine Merck: 

pure 

" synthetically prepared 

benzoate 

carbolate, see Cocaine, iDhena^e 

borate 



F. K. O. 
E. K. 0. 



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Cocaine Merck, — continued: 

citrate 

hydrobromate 

hydrochlorate, chem. pure, cryst., perf. white . . 

nitrate 

oleate [ 5^^ of Alkaloid] 

" [10% " ] 

" [50% " ] 

phenate (phenylate, carbolate), [Phenol-Co- 
caine], — soft extract consistency 

phtalate, — sjTupy consistency. — Very easily 
soluble in Water and in Alcohol 

salicylate 

sulphate 

tannate 

tartrate 

^"X. B. — These Cocaines hear in absolute 
perfection all Tests, — including the one by 
Ammonia, recentli/ recommended by^lxcLA- 
GAN, and Vie Intensified Permanganate te4 
{see IVIerck's Bulletin, Xo. 2 of Vol. 1). 

Cocaine Discs, in tubes of 100 

Codeine (Codeiu), jnire, cryst., — U. S. Ph.. . . 

' ' acetate 

" citrate 

" hydrobromate 

' ' hydrochlorate 

" hydro-iodate (bydriodate) 

" nitrate 

" phosphate, soluble, Merck, — soluble in 4 
parts Water 

" salicylate 

" sulphate, — soluble in 35^0 parts Water 

' ' valerianate 

Codeine and Morphine, hydrochlorate, see 

Salt, Gregoi-y's 

Coffeine, see Caffeine 

Colchicein 

Colchicine Merck, chem. pure, cryst 

' ' pure, powder 

' ' {annate 

Colcotliar, pm-e, see Iron, oxide, red, anhydr. 

Collections (Specimen Cases) of 1 see Speri- 

Alkaloids, Glucosides, etc. I men Collec- 

" of Metals I tions, — at 

' ' of Physiological Preparations J End of List. 
Collodion, simple, [2?^ Pyroxylin] 

" U.S. Ph., -douh\e,li% " ],Ph. G. 11 

" Ph.Belg.new, " [4:% " ], flexible. 

" triple [6% " ] 

" cantharidal (vesicatory), — Ph. G. II. . . . 

" flexible (elastic) 

" iodized 

" iodoformized 

CoUodion Cotton, —Ph. G. II, — (Soluble 

Gun Cotton, Pyro-xylin, Collo-xylin, Cotton 

Xyloidin). — Chn be shipped only when wet. . . 

Colocynthidin (Citruliin) 

Colocynthin, chem. pure 

Columbin 

Conchinine, see Quinidine 

Condurangin. — Gluco.side from Conduran- 

Ko-bark 

Conessine, pure, cryst 

Conglutin ( Vegetable Casein from almonds) 
Congo Paper,— according to Prof. Riegel. — 

(Test-paper for Hydrochloric Acid in the 

stomach. ) 

Congo Red, see under Aniline and Phenol 

Dyes: Ked ' 



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39 



Coniferin 

Coniine Merck. (Couicine, Cicutine), pure 

■ ■ hydrobromale. cryst 

" •• powder 

' ' hydrochlorate 

Convallamarin 

Convallarin 

Convolvulin (White Kesin of True Jalap). — 
The imre Ghicoside from the True Jalap- 
root— from Ipomcea piu-ga 

N.B. — ^ee, also: Eesins: Jalap, — brown, 
fr. the true Koot;— and, do., etc., Ph. 6. II. 

Copiiva, see Balsams: Copaiva 

Copper (^Cuprum), double and triple salts of, 

see ' ' Copper and — " (below ! ) 

' • metallic, gi-anulated 

" " in scixles 

• ' " . filings 

" shavings 

•' " reduced, powder 

" acetate, basic, (sub-acetate), refiu'd, pow- 
der; [Purified Verdigris — ^rugo 
purificata], (Tiridea^ris purific.) 
" " normal (neutral), pure, crvst., — 
U. S. PA.;— [CrystaUized'Verdi- 
gris — ^rugo destillata (crj-stal- 
hsata)], (Flores virides aeris) . . . 

" albuminate 

" aluminated, (so-called "Divine Stone, " 
or "Ophthalmic Stone"; also 
called "Copper-alum"j, in jjlates 

" "in pencils 

" " powder 

" ammoniated, so-called, see Copi^er and 

Ammonium, sulphate 

' ' arseniate (arsenate) 

' ' arsenite 

' ' benzoate 

" bi-chloride, pure 

" " cryst., commercial 

• ' borate 

" bromide 

" butyrate 

' ' carbonate, green (di-cupric) ) ./hue'^ oiolTn' 

" " " Chem. pm-e f ?ain-green)."°. 

" " blue(sesqui-cupricj, [Artificial5/ue 
Malachite, (ilountain-blue i ;Yer- 
diter], — Al Enghsh 

' ' chlorate 

' ' chloride (mono-chloride), white 

" " bi-, see Copper, bi-chloride 

" chromate 

" " liquid 

' ' citrate ■. 

' ' cj'anide 

' ' f erro-cyanide, see Cop. and Iron, cyanide 

' ' formate, crj'st 

' ' iodide 

" lactate 

" nitrate, cryst., commercial 

" " " pure 

" " " chem. pure 

" nitro - prusside (nitro - prussiate ; nitro- 
ferri-cyanide) 

" oleate 

' ' oxalate 

" oxide, black (Cupric), [mon-oxide], pure, 
powder 

" " " pure, coarse granul. ) for an- 

" " " " wire ( nlyses 



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Copi)er, oxide, black, - (as abofe/), -technical 

" " hydrated, pure 

" oxide, red (Cuprous), [sub-oxide], pure 

*' " *' commercial 

" phosphate 

" i)hosphide (phosphuret), powder 

" rhodauide, see Copper, Bulpho-cj'anate . 

" salicylute, powder 

" " in sticks 

' ' sub-acetate, (Purified Verdigris), see Cop- 
per, acetate, basic 

" sulphate, basic (tetra-cupric) 

" " neutral, (Copper Vitriol ; Blue Vit- 
riol), ch. pure, — U. S. J'h. 
" " " molded (fused), in sticks . . . 

" " " caustic pencils, turned 

" " " " " mounted in wood 

" " " cryst., commercial 

" sulphide (sulphuret), fused 

" " granulated 

" " powder 

" " — by wet i^rocess 

" suliiho-carbolato (phenol -sulphonate, 

sulpho-phenate), chem. jDure 

' * Kuli)ho-cyanate(thio-cyanate ; rhodanide j 

' ' tannate 

' ' tartrate 

" tbio-cyanate, see Cop., sulpho-cyanate . 
Copper and Ammonium, acetate | 

" and do., cbloridf ; . . ' Ammonii- 

" " " chromate J- capric 

" " " cyanide salts. 

" " •' nitrate J 

" " " sulphate, (Ammonio-sidphate 
of Copper ; so-called ' • Am- 

moniated Cojiper") 

" and Calcium, ac-etate, cryst 

' ' and Iron, cyanidt-, ( Vupric Ferro-cyanhle ) 

" and Platinum, double ayid triple salts, 

see under Platiniam double Cyanides; 

and, do. triple Cyanides 

' ' and Potassium, chlorate 

" " " chloride 

" " " cyanide 

" and Sodium, chloi-ide 

Copper, Platinum, and Ammonium, cya- 

nide-cyanuret, see imd. Platin. triple Cyanid. 

Copper Alum, ("Divine Stone"), so-called, 

see Copper, aluminated 

" Vitriol, (iJ/«e Fifrio/ ), see Copper, sul- 
phate, neutral, f7. S. Ph. ; and others . 
Corallin, sec under Auiliae and Ph. Dj'es : lied 
Corrosive Sublimate, see Mercury, bi-chlo- 

ride, r. .S. P/i.; etc 

Corydaline, cryst 

Cosin Merck, and Coussein Merck, see Kosin, and 

Koussein 

Cosmolin, see Vaselin 

Cotoin, true 

" para-, foimnercial 

" " chem. pure, free from Leucotin. . . . 

" Hydro- 

Coumarin, see Cuuiarin 

Cream (and Crystals) of Tartar, see Potas- 
siuni, bi-tartrate, l'. S. iV(.; and others 
" (and Scales) of do.: "soluble" (so- 
c died ; -and : perfectly soluble ), — [Borax- 
Tartar];— see Potassium and Sodium, 
boro-tartrate, — and: do. do. do., do., — 
in scales 



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41 


Creasote ( Creosote ), pure, — Ph. G. II, — from 


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" pure, white, trae | -From j . • • • 

" cliem. pure, white, tnie. j CoaMar. j . . . . 




























" with Ciiloride of Zinc 








dibiufectant, and ant i- bacterial; claimed to 
exceed Carbolic Acid in deodorizing power, 








N.B. — i'ee, also: Mollin Ointments: Creolin. 

Creosote, see Creasote 

Cresol, see Acid, cresylic 

Creta praep^rata, U. S. P/i.,— (Creta lani- 

t;ata), — see Chalk, jjrepared 

Crocus (Saffron) of Antimony, [Crocus me- 
taU(yrum], see Potassa, antimonio- 

sulphurated, washed 

' ' of Iron, aperient, (Crocus martis aperi- 
tivus), see Iron, oxide, 
brown, [so-called sub-car- 








































" " " astringent, (Crocus martis ad- 
stringens), see Ii-on, oxide, 
red, anhydrous 

Croton-chioral Hydrate, see Butyl-chloral Hydrate. 

Cryptopine. — Alkaloid from Opium 


















15 gr. 7.00 
15 gr. . 35 

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Cvunarin (Coumarin'l [Cumaric Anhydride, 
Cumarylous Acid] (Tonka-bean Camphor). 

Cumene (Cumol), [Iso- propyl -benzene], — 
boiling-point 160-170° C [320-338 F] 

Cuprein, — fi-om Cuprea-bark,— see Yieirin . . 

Cuprvun, and compounds, see Copper, etc. . 

Curare ( Urari. Woorali, Woorara, Woorari), tested 
for efficacy 




























15 gr. . 25 
15 gr. 3.00 








Curarlne. chem. pure, free from Curine 

Curcuma Paper, see Paper, Turmeric- .... 
Cur cumin {Curcuma Yellow, Turmeric Yel- 
low) 














15 gr. .35 
15 gr. 2.00 

15 gr. 1.00 








Cyan-amide 

Cyanine (Quinoline Blue), [ChinoUne-iodo-cya- 

ninc] , chem. pure, large crystals 

Cyano-amyl, see Amyl, cyanide 

Cyano-ethyl (Cyanide of Ethyl), see Ether, 

hvdrocvanic . 




























Cyano-methyl, see Methyl, cyanide 

Cyclamin, cryst 

Cymena i/'ymol), para-, [para-Methyl-pro- 

pyl-benzene], crude, — from Camphor 

" do. , - from Oil of Roman Cumin 










15 gr. 1.00 

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Cytisine, nitrate, cryst 



















































































































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Daggett (Degiitt), see Oils, divers: Birch, 
eiiiiiyreuiuatic 

Dahlin (Alant-starch), see Inulin 

Daphnetin 

Daturine, pure, cryst., (True or heavy Daturine, 
identical with Atropine; ; -from Datura 

Stramonium 

" hydrochlorate, pure 

' ' sulphate, pure 

Degutt (Daggett), see Oils, divers: CircL, 
einpjTeiimatic 

Delphinine 

Daxtrin, cheni. jiure, precipit. b}'^ Alcohol . . 

" pure,— Ph. G. I 

*' purest granulated, for use in the arts. . 
" white or yello^\^sh, " " ♦' 

Dex\rose [Dexiro-glmose), see Grape-sugar, chem. 
pure 

Di-amido-benzene (-benzol), meta-, hydro- 
chlorate,— (Hydrochlorate of meta-Pheny- 
lene-di-amiue) 

Di-amido-toluene (-toluol), see Tolylene- 
di-amine 

Diamond Ink, so-called,— for Glass-etching 

Diastase of JVIalt, (IWaltin) 

Di-benzoyl, see Benzile 

Di-ehlor-ethane, Alpha-, see Ethylidene, 

chloride (Iji-chloride) 

" Beta-, see Ethylene, chloride (bi-chl.) . 

Di-ehlor-hydrin 

Di-chlor-methane, see Methylene Chloride (Bi- 
chloride) Merck, chem. pure 

Di-chlor-naphthalene, Alpha-, see Naph- 
thalene, Alpha-di-chlorated 

Didym (Didjinium), metallic, jjowder 

' ' carbonate 

' ' chloride 

' ' nitrate 

" oxide 

" sulphate 

Di-ethyl-acetal, see Acetal 

Digitalis preparations : 

Digitalein (Schmiedeberg's) 

Digitalin Germanic Merck, pure, powder 

" pure, amorph.,— Ph. Gallic, and Ph. Belg. 
" crystallized, — so-called, — see Blgitin . 

" purified, — Ph. Austr. VI 

Bi/jUm {so-culled "Crystallized Digitalin") 
Digitoxin, chem. pure 

Di-methyl- acetal, j^xire 

Di-methyl-aniUne, pure 

Di-methyl-aniline Orange, see under Ani- 
line and Phenol Dyes: Orange 

DL-methyl-benzene (-benzol), see Xylene. . 

Di-methyl-earbinol, see Alcohol, propylic, 
Iso- 

Di-m3thyl-ketone, see Acetone 

D.-methyl-oxy-quinizine (-chinizine), sec 
Antipyrine 

Di-methyl-pyridine, see Lutidine 

Di-uitro-benzene (-benzol, -benzide), [Bi- 

nitro-b., etc.], inata-, commercial.. . 

" do., pure 

Di-nitro-naphthalene (JSi-nitro-naphthal. ) 

Di-nitro-toluen3 (-toluol), [73(-nitro-tol.] . . 

Di-oxy-benzene (-benzol), ortho-, seePyro- 

catochin 

" meta-, see Resorcin 

" para-, sec Hydro-quinone 



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Di-oxy-toluene (-toluol), meta-, symmet- 


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Di-phenyl-amine, chem. pure, cryst 


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" sulphate, chem. pure 

Di-phenyl-ethylene, see Stilbene 

Di-phenyl-imide, see Cai-b-azole 

pheiiate!);— see remark under the latter! 

Di-platos-ainine, see Platos-amine, di- 

Di-resorcin (Di-resorcinol) 

thalniology, — see under Atropine, Cocaine, 
Diiboisine and Phj'sostigmine 






























oz. 1.25 














15 gr. 3.50 
15 gi-. 3 . 50 
















Divine Stone, so-called, see Copper, alumi- 








Donovan's Solution, see Solutions: Arsenic 










Duboisine (Du'boisia- Alkaloid), pure, amor- 












15 gr. 4.00 
















" sul]iliate, aniorphous 

Duboisine Discs in tubes of 100 


15 gr. 1 . 75 














Dulcit (Duliin, Dulcol, Dulcose, Dulcitol), 










Dutch Drops, (Hixarlem Oil), see Oils, di- 
vers: sulphurated Linseed-, terebinthi- 
nated 










Dutch Liquid, see Ethylene, chloride (bi- 




















15 gi-. .75 








Dzondi's Solution, caustic ammoniacal, sec 










































































































































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45 



"Eau des Carmes," see Spirit, Balm,— 

compound 

Ebur ustum, see Charcoal, animal, purified, 

U. S. Ph. ; and, piire 

Ecgonine 

Egg preparations, -all soluble: 
Albumen, dried, iu scales. — (Its solution in 
AVater replaces fresh Egg Albumen for 

all dietetic or technical ixses.) 

Albumin 

" I, inodorous 

" in scales, — free from Fibrinous 

matter; —for laboratories 

" impalpable powder;— for gilders, 

stampers, etc 

— (See, at same place, also other kinds of 
Albumin, — from blood, etc.). 
Yelk (Yolk), [Vitellus ovi], dried, — sifted; 

— for bird-food 

" dried, — light, llocculent powder; — for 

human food 

" do., — in spongious flakes; — for human 
food, and for rearing exotic birds. . 

Elaidin 

Elastin, dry 

Elaterin Merck, cryst.— (Elateric Anhj-dride) . . 
Elaterivun— (serftme?i< of the fruit-juice of 
Ecballium elaterium — Squirting Cu- 
cumber) — [Elaterium Clutterbuck] .... 
" black, true, (Elaterium nigi-um verum), 
— [inspissated fruit-juice of above- 
named ijlant], — see Extracts: Squirt- 
ing Cucumber; aqueous 

Elayl, etc. , see Ethjdene, etc 

Elecampane-camphor, solid, see Helenin 

" liquid, see Alantol 

Emetine ( Emetia). — Alcoholic Extract of IiDecac- 

uanha-root 

" chem. pure, light-colored. — The Alkaloid 

of Ipecacuanha-root 

Emplastrvun, see Plaster 

Emulsin 

Eosin, see under Aniline and Phenol Dyes : 

lied 

Ephedrine, hydrochlorate, cryst. — (A my- 
driatic. ) 

Epsora Salt, see Magnesium, sulphate , {etc.) 

Erbium, metalhc 

•oxide 

Ergotin (Ergotinum), so called by Ph. G. II; 
see Extracts: Ergot of Eye, — Ph. G.ll. 

Bonjean 

" purified, — for injections 

" dry, Mdth Sugar of milk 

Wemich, dialyzed, pure, liquid 

" " " inspissated... 

" " " dry 

Wiggers, pure, dry 

d' Yvon 

Bombelon, liquid 

' ' inspissated 

" dry 

Denzel 

Kohlmann, liquid 

Erythrit (Erythrol, Ery thro - mannit, Ery- 

tliro-glucin) 

Erythrophleine, hydrochlorate, — from Sassy- 
bark, (Mancona-bark). — [Ophthalmological 
local anesthetic] ■ 



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15 gr. .35 










15 gr. 3.00 












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15 gr. 1.50 














oz. .36 






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oz. 1 75 




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Erythrp-retin, see tincler Rhubarb constit. 

Esculin 

Eserine. see Physostigmine 

Eserine Discs ; Gelatine; — Paper;— see 

Physdstij^'iiiiue Discs; etc. ; etc _. 

Essence of Mirbane, — so-called, — see Ni- 

tro-benzeiie 

" of Niohe,— so-called, —see Methyl, 

benzoate ^j. 

" —so-called— of Whey, see Rennet 

"Wine 

Essences, j-eoZ/— see Essential Spirits. . . . 
Essential Oils — (are inserted in alphabetical 
place of : Oils, Essentiar)—see, qfter: "Oils, 
divers." 
Essential Spirits, (Essences): 

Arniclv 

Cognac, brown 

Cura9ao (Cura9oa) 

French Brandy, Avhite 

Grape-marc 

MuBcat-Lunel 

Prunes, — ( Slibowitz) 

Rum Aroma 

Rum, finest Jamaica 

" " Kingston 

" -concentrated;- (so-called "Rum-oU"'j 

" white 

Slibowitz, see Essential Spirit, Prunes . . . 
"Whiskey (Grain-spirit), — ['■ Korn-Essenz "] 

"Wild sour Cherry, (" Weichsel ") 

N. B. —See also Fruit aiuL Flavoring Ethers: 
Rum; and, Rye. 
Ester, aceto - acetic, see Ethyl, aceto- 

acetate 

N. B. — Other Esters (Acid-and-Hydrocar- 
bon - Hydroxyl compoimd Ethers) — 
[Salts of Alcohols ; Organ o-base Salts] , 
— see under Ether. 

Ethal (Cetylic Alcohol), chem. pure 

Ethene, etc., see Ethylene, etc 

Ether, acetic, (Acetate of Ethyl), [Vinegar 
Naphtha],— sp. gr. 0.902,— Ph. 

G. II 

" " twice rectified, ■ — sp. gr. 0.890, — 

U. S. Fh 

" rectified, — sp. gr. 0. 870-0. 880 

" aceto-acetic, (Aceto-acetic Ester), see 

Ethyl, aceto-acetate 

" amylic 

" amylo-acetic, etc., seeAmyl, acetate, etc. 
" " -nitrous, etc., see Amyl, nitrite, 

f ^. .S'. Ph. ; and others 

" anesthetic, Wiggers's, see Ether, hydro- 
chloric, ])oly-chlorated 

" benzoic, (Benzoate of Ethyl), pure, from 

true Benzoic Acid 

" " from artificial Benzoic Acid 

" Tnityric, (Butyrate of Ethyl) 

" " absolute 

" " concentrated, best 

" cantharidated,— Ph. G. II 

" carbolic (e//iy/o-carbolic), Carbolate of 

Ethyl), see Phenetol 

" cinnamylo-cinnamic, see Styracin 

< ' — so-called, — cocoinic (cocinic), [so-called 

"Cocoa-ether" or " Cogi?iac Ether "] . 

•' ethylic, see Ether, svilphuric, so-called, 

tl.S.Ph.s; etc 

" ethylo-pfcenic {-carbolic), see Phenetol . . 



Oontainers inch 



15 gr. .50 



1.50 



lb. 2.50 



2.25 
2.00 



oz. 2.00 



lb. 6.50 
lb. 3.50 
lb. 3.75 
lb. G.OO 
11). 4.00 
lb. 4.00 



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47 



Ether, formic, (Formate of Ethyl) . 




Containers incl. 

lb. 1.95 
lb. 2.00 
lb. 3.50 
oz. 2.00 

oz. .40 
oz. 1.00 






















" plycorino-salicylic, (Glycerin Salicylate) 
" hydrobromic, Merck, chem, pure. (Bromide 
of Ethyl ; Mouo-brom-etliane). - [.Vii 
anesthetic, safer and milder than 
Chloroform, and especially adapted 
for small operations. ] 














" hydrochloric, poly - chlorated, (Poly- 
chlorated Chloride of Ethyl; 
Wiggers's Anesthetic Ether), — 
sp. gi\ 1.50 








" " mono-chlorated, see Ethjdidene, 
chloride (bi - chloride) 








' ' hydrocyanic, (Cyanide of Ethyl) 

" hydro-ioidic (hydiiodic), [Iodide of Ethyl; 
Mono-iod-ethane] 










oz. .80 








" methylo-acetic, see Methyl, acetate .... 

' ' methylo-phenic, see Anisol 

N. B. — Other compound Methyl-ethevs, 
see iinder Methyl. 
" muriatic, etc.,seeEther,hydrochloric,etc. 
























" naphthylo-salicylic, Beta-, see Betol 










' ' nitrous, true, (Nitrite of Ethyl), — [15 9^1 . 


lb. 2.50 








" oenanthic (oenanthic), finest' 
limpid 


Grape- 

or 

so-called 

Cognac 

Oil 








" " rectified, finest colorless . 










" " natural green 










" " artificial J 










" oxalic, (Oxalate of Ethyl), pure 


oz. . 75 
oz. .60 








' ' pelargonic, (Pelargonate of Ethyl) 

' ' — so-called, — petroleic ; (Petroleum Ether) ; 
— Benzinum, U. S. Ph.; — see Benzin, 
petroleic, boil.-pt. 50-60° C 














" phenol-ethylic (ethylo-phenic), [Phenate 
of Ethyl], see Phenetol 










' ' phenylo-salicvlic, see Salol 










" — so-called, — pyro-acetic; see Acetone.. 










' ' — so-called, — saccharic ; (not Saccharate 
of Ethyl; but the so-called " Sugar- 
Elher"i) 










' ' salicylic, (Salicylate of Ethyl) 


oz. .75 
oz. 1.25 

oz. 1.00 

lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.05 
lb. 1.10 








' ' sebacylic, (Sebacylate of Ethyl) 






" succinic, (Succinate of Ethyl, [Di-ethyl 
Succinate]) 








' ' suljihuric (vitriolic), so-called, — [Ethylic 
ether; Oxide of Ethyl] , (so-called 
"Vitriolic Naphtha"), — sp. gr. 
0.730-733 








" " sp. gr. 0.725-0.728, conforming to 
Ph. G. II 








" 0.122,— ^thcr fortior, U. S. 
Ph 








" 0.750, [7-4 % Ethyl Oxide, 
2C:>% Ethylic Alcohol], 
—jEther, tl. S. Ph 








" tri - chlor - acetic, (Tri-chlor- acetate of 
Ethyl) 


oz. 1.50 
oz. .05 








" valerianic (tso-valerianic), [Jso-valerian- 
ate of Ethyl] 

" vitriolic, so-called, -(Ethylic ether), -see 
Ether, suli)huric, so-c, U.S.Ph.s; etc. 














" Wiggers's anesthetic, see Ether, hydro- 
chloric, poly-chlorated 










Ethers, Fruit and Flavoring, see Fruit and 
flavoring Ethers, etc 










Ethidene, see Ethvlidene . ... 










Ethiops, antimonial, see Mercury, anti- 
monio-sulphide 











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IMERCIv'S IXDEX. 



Ethiops, Iron-, sec Iron, oxide, black 

•• mercurial, (Ethiops Mineral), see Mer- 
cury, sulphide, black, — so-calh(l .... 

Eth-oxy-Caffeine, Koe Ethyl-oxy-Catfeine . 

Ethyl, — acetate; etc., etc., — see Ether, — 
acetic; etc., etc. 


ContainerB incl. 
































" aceto-acetate, (Ethylic Ether of Aceto- 
acetic.\ci(l; Aceto-acetic Ester), [Ethyl- 
(li-acetic Acid] 










" bromide, stc Ether, hydrobromic 

" carbolate, see Pheuetol 


















' ' chloride, etc. , see Ether, hydrochloric, etc. 

" cyanide, see Ether, hydrocyanic 

" hydrosulphide (suli^hydrate), see Mer- 
captan 


























" iodide, see Ether, hydro-iodic 

" oxide, see Ether, suljihuric, so-called.. 


















" pheuate (phenylate), see Phenctol 

N. ]i. — Other comhinatio7is of Ethyl, 

(Ethylic Acid - Esters, Halogen - 

Ethyls, etc."), see under Ether. 

Ethyl, Sodio- { Xatrio-), see Sodium, ethylate 

Ethyl-amine (.\mido-ethane), pure, — 33]-% 

solution 










oz. 2.50 
OZ. 3.50 
oz. 4.50 














' ' chloi'ide 








" iodide 








Ethyl-carbinol, see Alcohol, propylic 

Ethyl-oxy-Cafteine (Eth-oxy-Calieine) . . . 
Ethyl-phenol, see Phenetol .' 






15 gr. .50 














Ethylene (Ethene, Elayl), bromide 

" chloride (bi-chloride), [Dutch Liquid], 

(Beta-Di-chlor-ethanej 

" iodide, crvst. 


oz. .75 

oz. .65 
oz. 2.50 
oz. 5.00 

oz. 1.00 
oz. .40 

oz. 1.00 

oz. . 50 
oz. 1.50 

oz. .yo 

15 gr. .50 
15 gr. .35 
















Ethylene-glycol (Ethylene Alcohol) . . . 

Ethylidene (Ethidene), chloride [bi-chlo- 
ride] ; (Mono-chlorated Hydrochloric Ether, 
Mono-chlorated Ethjl Chloride), [Alpha- 
Di-chlor-ethane] 

Eucalyptol (Rectitied and purified Oil of 
Eucalyptus globulus) 

Eucalyptol, chem. pure, — ace. to Wallach;— per- 
fectly limpid, crystallizable, — b.-p. 175- 
177''C [347-350.5'^ F], —sp. gr. 0.925; — 
obtained from common Eucalyptol by chem- 
ical re-puritication 

Eugenol (Eugenic Acid; formerly called 
also: " Caryophyllic Acid"), — the principal 
constituent of Oil of Cloves; — boil.-pt. 
247° C [476.6 F] 

Euonymin 1 Anion- ( brown. . ( r> . . , 
{ Evany, nin), \ can, ] green . . f desmoids. 

Euonym'\n tEvonymin) IVIercl<, pure; — a highly 
pui-e Re-iinoid of peciiliarly excellent and 
















































N.B. — All these — Resinoid! — Euonymins 

founded with the crystallized Glacoside 
"Evonymin," discovered by H. Meyer, 
which has the Kame toxical effect as the 
Digitalis Alkaloids. 

Eupione (Crude Pentaue [Amyl Hydride]). . 

Evonymit, see Melampyrit 

Excretin 






















Extract, — so-called, — G oulard "s ; (Vinegar 
of Lead) ; — see Solutions : Lead acetate, 
basic, U.S.Ph 










Extracts— (See, also: Fluid Extracts,— aiier: 
"Extracts"!): — 
Absinthium, see Extract, Wormwood 










Achillea (Millefolium), see Extract, Yarrow 











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49 



Extracts, — continued : 

—[Fluid Extracts, see pages 61-C3 !] — 

Aconite : dried leaves aqueous, soft 

" fresh " from juice, " 

" " " alcoholic, " 

" dried " —green; " " 

" recently dried leaves; " " 

Aconite: root, — Ph. G. Hit Au. . . .alco., soft 

" do., — with powdered Licorice-root, — 

Ph. G. II,— [containing 50% of the 

soft extract] alcoholic, dry 

Aetata (A. racemosa), see Extract, Black 
Cohosh 

Alant-root, see Extract, Elecampane 

Alder Buckthorn, (European Buckthorn), 
see Extract, Frangula , . . . . 

Alkanet (Alkanna), soft, seeAlkannin 

Aloes, Barbadoes,— Ph. Brit aqu., dry 

Aloes, Cape,— Ph. G. II aqu., dry 

" " — Ph. G. I: acido sulfurico cor- 

rectum sice. ;— acidulous, dry 

Anemone, Meadow, European, see Pulsatilla 

Angelica, European: root alco., soft 

'• " " aqu., " 

Anthemis, see Extract, Chamomile, Roman 

Apple, ferrated, (Crude Malate of Ironj, — 
Extractum ferri pomatum. Ph. G. II, — 
[Extractum pomorum ferratum ; also 
called "Extractum malatis ferri "] 

Arctostaphylos, see Extract, Bearbei-ry- 
leaves 

Arnica: flowers aqu. , soft 

" " alco., " 

Arnica: root alcot, soft 

Artemisia absinthium, see Extract, "Worm- 
wood 

Artemisia maritima, see Extract, Levant 
Wormseed 

Artemisia vulgaris, see Extract, Mugwort. . 

Aspidium, see Extract, Male Fern 

Ava, see Extract, Kava-kava 

Bael, Indian, (Bengal Quince) : fruit ; alco. , soft 
" " " " " aqu., " 

Bardane, see Extract, Burdock 

Bean of St. Ignatius, see Extract, Ignatia . . 

Bearben-j- (;not Barberry!) [Uva ursi] : leaves; 

[aqu., soft 
" do alco., " 

Belladonna: dry herb aqu., soft 

" fresh herb from juice, " 

«' " — -R-ith Dextrin, [50% of 

soft] from juice, dry 

" " " — withoutadmixt.,fr. " *' 

" '< _Ph.G.II&Neeri;alc.,soft 

" " " — w. Licorice-root, -Ph. G. II, 

— [50% of soft], — alco., dry 

" dry herb, — green " soft 

Belladonna: root alco., soft 

Bengal Quince, see Extract, Bael, Indian . . 

Bitter Apple, see Extract, Colocj-nth 

Bitter Ash, see Extract, Quassia-wood 

Bitter Milkwort, (European Bitter Polygala), 
see Extract, Polygala amara 

Bitter Orange : -peel (flavedo — that is: only 
the outer rind, freed from the parenchy- 
mous inner layer), — Ph. G. I ; alco., soft 
do. do. : do aqu., " 

Bittersweet (Dulcamara): yottng branches; 

[aqu., soft 

Bitter Wood, see Extract, Quassia-wood . . . 



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lb. 2.00 
lb. 2.00 
lb. 3.00 
lb. 3.00 



lb. 3.00 



lb. 3.50 



lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.00 

oz. .25 

lb. 2.00 
lb. 1.75 



lb. .65 



lb. 1.50 
lb. 3.50 

lb. 5.00 



lb. 3.00 
lb. 2.50 



lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.75 
lb. 1.40 
lb. 1.50 



lb. 
lb. 
lb. 

lb. 
lb. 



2.50 
3.00 
2.50 

3.50 
3.00 



lb. 2.50 



lb. 2.00 
lb. 1.75 

lb. 2.00 



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NlERCiv's Index. 



Extracts, — continued : 

—[Fluid Extracts, see pages C1-C3 1]— 

Black Cohosh, (Black Snakeroot ; Ciinici- 
fuga; Actfca): rhizome and rootlets 

Black Haw, (Vibvirnum prunifolium): bark; 

[alco., soft 

Black TanR . . ) ('"■ -'«''. K«ip-w.r.. Cut w.^d) 

Bladder- wrack I h)druai.ohoiic.t..fi 

" — ace. to Dannec)' hydro-alco. 

Blessed Thistle, (Carduusbenedictnsj:hcrb, 

—Ph. G. n aqu.,soft 

" " do " drj- 

Bloodroot (rhizome of Sanguinaria canaden- 
sis) aqu.,^ soli 

Bogbean (jlenyanthes trif oliata), see Extr. , 
Buckbean 

Brayera (Kousso, Cusso, Kooso): flowers; 

[alco., dry 
" do. . .ethereal,— (Oleoresin of Kousso) 

Bryony (Bed Bryony): root aqu., soft 

'' do alco., " 

Buchu (Bucco): leaves aqu., soft 

" do alco., " 

Buckbean (Bogbean, Marsh Trefoil, "Water 
Shamrock) [Menyanthes trif oliata; Trifo- 
lium librinum] : leaves, — Ph. G. II. .aqu., 

[soft 

Buckthorn, Alder- (European), see Extract, 
Prangula 

Burdock (Lappa; Bardane): root; coldproc, 

[aqu., soft 
" do " dry 

Cahinca (Chiococca racemosa) : root . . alco. , 

[dry 
" do alco., soft 

Calabar Bean, see Extract, Physostigma . . 

Calamus (Sweet Flag) : root [rhizome] , —Ph. 
G. II alco. , soft 

Calendula(_Garden Marigold) : herb ; aqu. , soft 
" do alco., " 

Calisaya Bark, see Extract, Cinchona-bark, 
yellow 

Calumba (Columbo, Colombo) : root;aqu. , dry 

" do " soft 

" " cold process, " " 

" " alco., " 

«' «' " dry 

Campeachy Wood, (Haematoxylon), see Ex- 
tract, Logwood 

Cannabis indica, see Extract, Indian Hemp 

Cantharides (Spanish Fhes) ethereal,— 

[Oleoresin of Cantharides] 

Capsicum annuum, (Red [Pod] Pepper), 
[Cayenne Pepper]: fruit aqu., soft 

Capsicum fastigiatuni, (Afiican [Bird] Pep- 
per), [Giiinea Pepper]: dried fruit . .ethe- 
real, U. IS. Ph., —see Oleoresins: Cap- 
sicum 

Carduus benedictus, (Centaurea benedicta; 
Cnicus benedictiis), see Extract, 

Blessed Thistle 

" MariiB (raarianus), [Silybum maria- 
num], see Extract, Mary-Thistle. . . 

Cascara sagrada, (Chittem - bark), [Cortex 
llhamni purshianaj] hydro-alco., dry 

Cascarilla (Sweetwood):bark,— Ph. G. II, 

[aqu., soft 

" do " dry 

" " alco., " 

" " " soft 



Containers incl. 

lb. 5.00 
lb. 6.50 



lb. 3.75 

lb. 7.00 

lb. .80 
lb. 1.25 

lb. 2.75 



oz. .90 
oz. 1.00 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 3.00 
lb. 3.00 
lb. 4.50 



lb. 1.00 



lb. 1..50 
lb. 1.75 



oz. 1.25 
oz. . 75 



lb. 3.00 
lb. 2.25 
lb. 4.00 



oz. 
oz, 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



.30 
.25 
.40 
.50 

.50 



oz. 5.00 
oz. . 30 







oz. 


1 


.00 


lb. 


2 


.50 


oz. 




.40 


oz. 




.50 


oz. 




.40 



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51 



Extracts, — continued : 

- [Fluid Extracts, sec pages G1-G3 !] - 

Castanea vesca, see Extract, Chestnut, Euro- 
IDcan : leaves 

Catechu (Cutch), — from the crude extract; 

[aqu., dry 

Celandine (Tetterwort) : dry herb . . aqu. , soft 
" fresh flowering herb. . . .fr. juice, soft 


Containers incl. 








lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 2.75 
lb. 3.00 

lb. 1.50 

lb. 1.60 
lb. 4.00 

lb. 3.50 

lb. 2.00 
lb. 1.40 
lb. 1.50 




















' ' fresh herb, -Ph. G. I. & Au. , - alco. , " 








" dry " —green " " 

Centaury, European (lesser), — {not a Cen- 
taury; — but: Erythrrea (Gentiana ; Chi- 
ronia) centaurium ! ) : — flowering herb, — 
Ph. G. I aqu. , soft 














Chamomile, German, (Matricaria)- flowers; 

[aqu., soft 
" do. , -Ph. G. I, -alco. , soft 














Chamomile, Ptoman (English), [Anthemis] : 

flowers aqu. , soft 

Chelidonium majus, see Extract, Celandine 
Chestnut, Eui'opean (true; sweet): leaves; 

[liquid 


• 












Chicory, Wild, (Succory): root. . . .aqu., soft 








" " do alco., " 








Chinre cortex, see Extract, Cinchona-bark . 








Chiococca racemosa, see Extract, Cahinca. 








Chiretta (Chirata): flowering herb, -s^ith root; 

[aqu., soft 


oz. .50 








Chironia centaurium, see Extr., Centaurj', 
European 








Chittem-bark, see Extract, Cascara sagrada. 










Christmas-rose, see Extr., Hellebore, Black 










Cichorium, see Extract, Chicory 








Cimicifuga, see Extract, Black Cohosh .... 










Cina (Tlores Cinns; "Semen Cinre"), see 
Extract, Levant Wormseed 










Cinchona-bark, Gray aqu. , dry 

" do cold process, " soft 


oz. .30 
oz. . 30 
oz. .40 
oz. .40 
oz. .50 
oz. .40 
oz. .35 
oz. . 60 
oz. . 55 
oz. 1.25 
oz. 1.15 
oz. 1.00 
oz. .35 
oz. .40 

oz. . 50 
oz. .75 
oz. .75 
oz. . 50 
oz. .60 
oz. .75 














" " " " " dry 








" " alco. , soft 








" " " dry 






" Pale aqu., " 

" " " soft 














" " alco., dry 








" " " soft 








" Ped aqu., dry 








w alco., " 








" " " soft 








" Succirubra, — Ph. G. II aqu., " 








" " " alco., dry 

" Yellow, (True Calisaya- bark —Cortex 

Chinte [ Cinchona} ] regije) ; 

[aqu., dry 

" " cold process, " soft 

" " " " " dry 


























" " alco., " 








Coca (Erythroxylon) leaves alco., soft 

" do " dry 

Cochlearia (Siioonwort), see Extract, Scurvy- 
grass 




















Coffee: unroasted seed aqu., soft 

" " " alco., " ■ 


oz. . 50 
oz. .50 

oz. .40 
oz. .75 
oz. .35 
oz. .65 

oz. .50 
oz. .50 














Colchicum (Meadow-saffron) root (bulb, 

tuber, corm) alco. , soft 

" seed " dry 

" root acetic, soft 

" seed " " 


























Golocynth (Bitter Apple): decorticated fruit, 
— Ph. G. II alco., dry 








" do aqu., "" 









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IS^ERCIsl'S INDEX. 



Extracts, — continued : 

— [Fluid Extracts, see pages C1-C3 1]— 

„ , ,, 1 compound, — Ph. G. I. . .dry 
Coloc jTith - \ . . ^ _pij -^^^ gott 

{as above.'), - ^ " —U. S. Th. . . . powder 

Columbo (Colombo), see Extract, Calumba. 

Condurango (Ciindiirango) [Matupen-o] : 

bark alco., dry 

" " " soft 

Conium, see Extract, Hemlock (SpoUed H.). 

Convallaria, see Extract, Lily of the Vulley . . 

Corn-silk (Maize-silk) [Stigmata Maydis], 

[alco., Boit 

Coto-bark aqu., soft 

Cotyledon umbilicus, see Extract, NaveWort 

Couch - grass (Quick - gi-ass. Dog - grass; 
Quickens, Quitoh) : rhizome ; — [Extractum 
Tritici repentis], — Extractum Graminis, 
Ph. G. II aqu., soft 

Crocus, see Extract, Saffron 

Croton eluteria, see Extract, Cascarilla. . . . 

Cubeb : fruit ehtereal, — (Oleoresin of 

Cubeb) 
" " — Ph. G. n . . . alcoholo-ethereal 
" " — Ph. Austr alcoholic 

Cucumber, Wild (Sq\;irting), see Extract, 
Sijuirting Cucumber 

Cundurango, see Extract, Condurango 

Curcuma, see Extract, Turmeric 

Cusso (Kousso), see Extract, Brayera 

Cutch, see Extract, Catechu 

Cynoglossum, see Extract, Hound's tongue . 

Damiana (Turnera ai^hrodisiaca) : leaves; 

[alco., soft 

Dandelion (Taraxacum), freshly dried root 

and herb, — Ph. G. II aqu., soft 

" fresh root and herb " " 

Datura stramonium, see Extract, Stramo- 



niiim 

Deadly Nightshade, see Extract, Belladonna 

Digitalis: dry leaves aqu., soft 

" fresh " from jnice, " 

" —Ph. G. II... "alco., " 
" •' •' — with powd. Licorice- 

root, -Ph. G. II,- [50% 

of soft] alco., dry 

" recently dried leaves " soft 

" dry leaves, — green " " 

Dogwood-bark, Jauuiica, see Extr., Piscidia 

Duboisia: leaves aqu., soft 

Dulcamara, see Extract, Bittersweet 

Ecl)allium-fruit, andjiaice ( seeExt., Sqiiirt- 
Elatcrium-fruit, and juice l| ing Cuciimber. 
Elecampane: root, (Alant-root, Inula-root; 

Eadix Ilelenii) aqu., soft 

" do.,— Ph. G. II alco., " 

Euglish Walnut, (Juglans regia), see Extract, 

Walnut 

Ergot of Rye, (Spurred Eye — Secale cornu- 

tum [clavatum]); aqa., soft 

" «■ «. _Ph. G. II, — (the "^rr/o/f- 

num" ot Ph. G. H); hydro- 

alco., soft, depur. by Alco. 

Erythra^a centaurium, see Extr., Centaiiry, 

European 

Erythroxylon, see Extract, Coca 

Eucalyptus: leaves. . .ethereal, soft, — (Oleo- 
resin of Eucalyptus) 

" " aqu., soft 

" " alco., dry 



Containers incL 



lb. 5.50 
lb. 3.50 
lb. 4.00 



oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 



oz. .50 
oz. 1.50 



lb. 



oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 



1 . 00 



lb. 1.35 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 3.00 



lb. 3.00 
lb. 3.50 
lb. 2.50 



oz. 5.00 



lb. 1.25 
lb. 3.00 



lb. -4.00 
lb. 4.50 



oz. .(5 
oz. .30 
oz. .40 



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53 



Extracts, — conilnued : 

— [Fluid Extracts, soc pages Gl-C:! I] — 
Fennel, Water-, see Extr., Phellandriuin. . . 
Fern, male | (Aspidium), see Extract, ]\Iale 

Filix mas f Fern 

Foxglove (Purple Foxglove), see Extract, 

Digitalis 

Frangula (Alder Buckthorn, European Bnck- 

tboru): bark aqu., dry 

Fucixs vesiculosus, see Extr. , Bladder-wrack 

Fumaria I . i,„,.i, „„„ ^^ft 

^ .. y : uerb aqu., sott 

i umitory \ ^ 

CJarciniaj see Extract, Mangosteen 

Gelsemium (Yellow [Wild] Jessamine): root; 

[alco., soft 

" do " dry 

Gentian (,Gentiana lidea [ruhm ; major].'): 
root, — Ph. Brit. . aqu., soft 

" " — Ph. G. II cold process, 

[aqu., soft 

" " cold process, " dry 

" " alco., soft 

Gentiana (Erythra^a; Chironia) centaurium, 

see Extract, Centaury, European 

Glandula3 rottlerae, see Extract, Kamala . . . 

Glycyrrhiza, see Extract, Licorice-root 

Glycyrrhiza, purified, see Extract, Licorice. . . 
Golden Seal, (Hydrastis) : root, [Yellow Hoot, 

Orange Boot, Indian Turmeric] . . . hydro- 
alcoholic, dry 
Gramen; — (Extractum Gi*aminis, Ph. G. 11), 

— see Extract, Couch-grass 

Granatum, see Extract, Pomegi-anate 

Granatum, Java, see Extr., Pomegranate,— Java 
Gratiola (Hedge-hj'ssop ) : di-y herb ; aqu. , soft 

" fresh herb . .alco., " 

" " " -green, -Ph. Neer.; " " 

Grindelia: floM'ering herb aqu., soft 

Guaiacnm-wood (Lignum guajaci; Lignum 

[not Arbor.'] vitje; Lignum sanctum); 

[aqu., soft 

" " dry 

" alco., soft 

" " dry 

Guarana-paste alco. , diy 

HiBuiatoxylon, see Extract, Logwood 

Hamamelis, see Extract, Witch-hazel 

Hedge-hyssop, see Extract, Gratiola 

Helenium-root (Inula-root), [not Sneezewort 

nr Sjieezeweed.'], see Extract, Elecampane. 

Hellebore, White, European, — see Extract, 

Veratrum, ^Vhite 

" Black, (Christmas -rose): root, [Radix 

melampodii] alco., soft 

" " do aqu., " 

" Green, European, (\Vinter Hellebore), 
[not Green Veratrum!]: root, — Ph. 

Austr soft 

Hemlock {Spotted [Poison] Hemlock), [Co- 

nium] : dry herb aqu., soft 

" fresh herb from jiiice, " 

" " alco., " 

'< " —w-ith Dextrin, — [50% of 

soft] alco., dry 

" dry " — green " soft 

Hemlock (Conium): fruit [seed] . . .alcoholic 
Hemlock, Water-, Five-leaved, see Extract, 

Phelhindrium 

Hemp (Cannabis), Indian, see Extract, In- 
dian Hemp 



Containers incl. 


















lb 2 00 












lb. 1.50 












oz. 50 






oz. 75 






lb. .75 






lb. .65 






lb. 1.50 






lb. 1.50 






























oz. .75 
























lb. 1.50 






lb. 3.00 






oz. . 50 






oz. . 50 






oz. . 30 






oz. 40 






lb 1 50 






lb. 2.00 






oz. 1.50 




































lb. 1.75 






lb 2 50 






lb. 3.00 






lb. 1.00 






lb. 1.00 






lb. 2.50 






lb. 2.50 






lb. 3.50 






oz. . 60 



















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NlERCK'S 


Index. 






Extracts,— coTj/nu/eJ : 

— [Fluid Extracts, see pagos C1-C3 I]— 


Containers incl. 








Iloarhouud (Horehound) [Marrubium] : 

lierb aqu., soft 

Hound's tongue, (Cynoglossum) : root. aqu., 

[soft 
Hydrastis see Extract Golden Seal 


lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.50 




















Hydrocotyle (Water - Pennywort, Indian 

Penny wort) :lierb aqu., soft 

"do alco., " 


oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 
lb. 1.50 

lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.75 
lb. 1.25 
lb. 2.50 

oz. . 35 

oz. .40 
oz. .60 
oz. .30 
oz. 1.25 
oz. .75 

oz. .60 
oz. .30 

oz. .40 
oz. .40 
oz. .40 












" " " dry 








Hyoscj-amus: dry leaves aqu., soft 

'" do. do., — w-ith Dextrin, — [5U;'„^ of 

soft] aqu., dry 

" " " witlioutadniixt " " 


_. 


















" fresli leaves fi-om juice, soft 

Pli G II alco., " 














" " " — w. Licor.-root,-Pli. G. II,- 

[50^'^ of soft] . .alco., dry 

" —with Milk-sugar,— (50\ 

of soft] alco. , dry 

" recently dried leaves " soft 

" dry leaves, — green " " 

Hyoscyanius: seed alco., dry 

Trrnntifi (St, Tpn.itiiiw's T?P!in~\' KP.pd • nlfo.. drv 


















i 




] 










Indian Hemp " 


^herb ; ethereal - (Oleoresin 
"t* of Indian Hemp) 
& " —Ph.G. II. .alco., soft 
g " — w. pwd. Licor.-root, 
-Ph. G. n,-[50% 
S^ of soft]. . .alco., dry 
1 " — w. MUk-sug.,-[50% 
§- of soft] . . . alco. , dry 
.^ " —w. Dextrin, — [33,^;';; 
■|" of soft]. . .alco., dry 








.1 <> 
























<< 






















Inula-root, see Extract, Elecampane 

Ipecac (Ipecacuanha): root aqu., dry 










oz. .90 
oz. 2.00 














Ipecac: root,— alcoholic, -see Emetine 

Iron malate, so-caUed, — (Extractuni ferri 
pomatum, Ph.G. II),— see Extract, Apple, 

[ferrated 
Jaborandi (PilocarjDus): leaves aqu., dry 








oz. . 50 
lb. . 75 
lb. 2.00 






















" ' " " cb-y 








i-nnrl KPf> Evtrnf>t Pispidi.n, 








Jessamine, Wild (Yellow), see Extr., Gelse- 










Juglans regia, see Extract, Walnut 

Juniper: fresh fruit (berries), — inspissated 
infusion; — [Succus Juniperi inspis- 

satus] soft 

Kauiala (Kameela) [Rottlera tinctoria] : cap- 
sule-glands; (Gland uUb rottlera;); 
[alco., dry 
" do. . .ethereal, — (Oleoresin of Kamala) 

Kava-kava (Ava) : root hydro-alcoholic 

Kousso (Kooso, Cusso), see Extract, Brayera 
Kntnieria, U. S. Ph., and others,— see Ex- 
tract, Rhatany, etc 

Lactuca viiosa, see Extract, Lettuce 

Lactucarium; — (Extract from! 

Germanic Lactucarium, Purified 
[from the so-called "Let- j- Lactuca- 
tuceopium"]),-alco.,soft | rium... 
" " dry 










lb. .30 

oz. 1.50 
oz. 1.50 
oz. 1.00 
















































oz. 1 25 
oz. 1.25 














Lappa see Extrnrf T?nrflnc,1» 










' ^-^^ 




» 





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55 



Extracts, - 

Lettuce ] 


-continued : 

—[Fluid Extracts, see pages 61-63 !]— 

_^ dry leaves aqu., soft 

s5 fresh " . . . f rom j uice, " 

8^ " " -Ph.G.L-alco., " 

' S " " -w. Lie. -r.,- [50% of 

i| soft] ...alco., dry 

^ ° dry ' ' -green ; alco. , soft 

/"ormseed, (Cina; Ai-temisia mari- 

tima) : flower-buds, — [San- 

tonica ; Semen - contra] ; 

fethereal. soft 


Containers incl. 

lb. 2 25 
lb. 2.50 
lb. 3.00 

lb. 4.00 
lb. 4.00 

oz. .40 
oz. .40 
















<< 








" 








J 






Levant ^^ 








" " do alco., " 








Levisticum, see Extract, Lovatiie 








Licorice (Liquorice), —perfectly clearly soluble, 
—from the crude extract; - (Puritied 

Extract of GlycyrrLiza) soft 

" from the crude extract dry 


lb. .70 
lb. 1.00 
lb, 1.50 
lb. 2.00 














Licorice-root (Glycj'rrhiza) ; coldproc, soft 
" " di-y 












Licorice-root, -purified,-see Extract, Licorice. 








Lignum vit;e (sanctum), [not Arbor viice .'], 
see Extract, Guaiacum-wood 










Lily of the Valley, (Convallariaj : entire plant; 

[aqa., di-y 


lb. 2.00 
lb. 1.90 
lb. 2.50 








" " " do ... " soft 








" " " " alco., " 








Liquorice, and Liquorice-root, see Extr., 
Licorice, and Licorice-root 








Lobelia (Indian Tobacco) : herb . . . alco. , soft 


oz. . 50 

lb. 1.50 
lb. .50 
lb. 3.00 

lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 2.00 








Log wood(Ha;matoxylon ; Campeachy-wood) ; 
[aqu., di-y, officinal 








" " commercial, I 








Lovage (Levisticum): root alco., soft 








Lupuline (the glandular powder from Hop- 
cones) aqu., soft 








" alco., " 






" " dry 








Madder (Rubia) : root aqu., soft 








Maize-silk (Stigmata Maydis), see Extract, 
Corn-silk 








ilale Fern, (Aspidium filix mas): rhizome; — 
ethereal, — (Oleoresin of Aspid- 

called " Liquid JExtr. of Male 
Fern," or "Oil of Fern "] 


lb. 2.50 

lb. 2.75 
lb. 1.50 
lb. .75 
lb. 1.25 
lb. 1.00 

lb. 2.50 
oz. .80 






" do.;-Ph, G. II ethereal,— 

[fi-ee fr. Ether 








" '« «' — Ph. Austr alcoholic 








ilalt, Barley-,— Ph. G. I & H soft 








" " dry, powder 








" — lupulated (hopped) soft 








Mandrake (May-apple; Podophyllum): root 
[rhizome], — [/; S. Ph alco., soft 








^langosteen(Garcinia): fruit-rind, .aqu., diy 








Marigold, Garden, see Extract, Calendula . . 








Marrubium, see Extract, Hoarhound 










Marsh Trefoil, see Extract, Buckbean ... . 










^lary-Thistle (Carduus Marire): seed . . . aqu. 


oz. . 75 








Mataperro, see Extract, Condurango ...... 








Matico: leaves ethereal, 

— (Oleoresin of Matico) 


oz. .75 
oz. .40 
oz. .40 








:; 


" aqu., soft 








" alco.. " 








IVIatricaria, see Extract. Chamomile. German 








May-apph 

drake . 

Meadow-s 

Melampoc 

Black: 


i,— U. S. PA.,— see Extract, Man- 










affron, see Extract, Colchicum . . . 
lii radix, see Extract, Hellebore, 
root 



















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iviERCK's Index. 



Extracts, — continued : 

— [Fluid Extracts, seo pages 61-63 I]— 

Menyanthes trifoliata, fMarsh Trefoil), see 

Extract, Buckbean 

Mezereon (Spurge Olive): bark etbereiU, 

— (Oleoresin of Mezereou) 

ililf oil (Miiief olium ; Achillea), see Extract, 

Yarrow 

Milkwort, Bitter, European, see Extr., 

Polygala amara 

Momorilica elateriuui: fruit, and juice, — 

see Extr., Squirting Cucumber 

Monesia-bark aqu., dry 

Monkshood, see Extract, Aconite 

Mu"wort (.Vi-temisia vulgaris): root, .alco., 

[soft 

MjTobalan: fruit aqu., dry 

Mj-rrh aqu,, dry 

*" aqu., scales 

Navelwort (Penny^v-ort) [Cotyledon]: herb; 

[soft 

Nicotiana, see Extract, Tobacco 

Nux vomica, (Semen Strychni), [Poison- 
nut] aqu., dry 

" by Ale. of 0.894, -Ph. G. II,- dry 
" '' " " 0.892, -Ph. Austr.,- soft 
" " " " 0.879,-Ph. Neerl.,-soft 
" " " " 0.838, -Ph. Br. '67,-. soft 
" " " " 0.884,- " " new, — 
[1.59^ Alkaloid], -soft 
" w.Milk-sug., I [50%ofsoftJ Ulry 
" "Dextrin, [ — Ph. Aust. j " 

Oak-bark aqu., dry 

Opium,— Ph. G. II aqu., dry 

" soft 

" w.bextrin, — [oO%ofsoft],— " dry 
Orange, Bitter, see Extract, Bitter Orange. 
Papaveris capitum, see Extract, Poppy- 
heads 

Pellitory, German, (PjT:ethrum germani- 

cum) : root alco. , soft 

Pennywort (Cotyledon umbilicus), see Extr., 

Navelwort 

Pennywoi-t, Water-, (Indian Pennywort), see 

Extr., Hydrocotylc 

Pepper, Black: fruit alco., soft 

Pepper, — Eed (Pod, Cayenne); and African 
[Guinea, Bird], — see Extract, Capsicum 

annunm; and, fastigiatum 

Phellandrium (Water-Fennel ; Five-leaved 

Water-Hemlock): fruit.. . .ethereal, 

— (Oleoresin of Phellandrium ) 

" do aqu. , soft 

" «' alco., " 

Physostigma (Calabar Bean) : seed; alco. , dry 

" do " soft 

" " alcoholo-acetic, " 

Pilocarpus, see Extract, Jaborandi 

Pimpinella-root alco. , soft 

" aqu., " 

Pine-needles (Leaves of Pinns sylvestris) . . 
Piscidia (Jamaica Dogwood): bark; alco., dry 
Podophyllum,— [/". S. I'h.,—see Extract, 

Mandrake 

Poison-nut, see Extract, Nux vomica 

Poison-oak (Rhus toxicodendron): leaves; 

[alco., soft 
" do. . aqu., " 



Containers incl. 



OZ. 
OZ. 

oz. 



.40 
.50 



.40 



oz. 
oz. 
lb. 

lb. 



.40 

.40 

3.00 

4 00 



oz. 1.00 



.20 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.35 
.35 
.40 
.40 
.40 
lb. 2.00 

1.00 
.77 

1.00 



oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



.65 



oz. 1.50 



oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



.60 

.30 

.50 

1.50 

1.25 



lb. 
lb. 
lb. 



3.00 
2.50 
.60 
oz. 1.00 



oz. 
oz. 



.30 
.25 



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57 


Extracts, — continued : 

—[Fluid Extracts, see pages 61-63 !] — 

Polygala aniara, (European Bitter Polyyala; 
European Bitter Milkwort) : entire i)lant ; 

[aqu., soft 

Polygala senega, see Extract, Senega 

Pomegranate (Granatum) : root-bark, .aqii., 

[dry 


Containers incl. 
lb. 2.00 












oz. .35 
oz. .30 
oz. 2.00 

oz. .50 
oz. . 45 
lb. 1.75 
lb. 3.00 

lb. 2.00 
lb. 4.50 
lb. 5.00 








" do. alco., soft 








Pomegranate: fresh root-bark,-Java,-alco., soft 

Poplar-buds (Gemmtv) poi^ulij, fresh, .aqu., 

[soft 














" do alco., " 









Poppy-capsules (-heads) aqu., soft 

" alco., " 












Pulsatilla (Eiu-opean Meadow Anemone): 

dry herb aqii., soft 

" " " — gi'een alco., " 














fresh" —Ph. G.I " 








PjTrethrum germanicum, see Extract, Pelli- 

Quassia-wood (Bitter Wood, Bitter Ash); 

[aqu., soft 








lb. 3.00 
oz. . 50 
oz. 1.00 

oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 
lb. 3.00 
oz. 1.25 

oz. .30 
oz. .25 






" — Ph. G. II " dry 








" alco., " 








Quebracho bianco: bark:— 
aqueous, dry 








alcoholic, " 
















-dry 






Quebracho Colorado: wood:— 

aqueous, dry 
















Quercus marina, see Extr. , Bladder- wrack. . 






Quick-grass (Quickens, Quitch) [Triticum 
repens], see Extract, Couch-grass 










Quillaya (Quillaia saponaria) : bark, [Soap- 
bark] aqu. , soft 


lb. 3.50 








Quince, Bengal, see Extract, Bael, Indian . 








Quinine - plant (Quinine - flower) [Sabbatia 
EUiottii] : herb aqu. , soft 


oz. . 75 








Khamnus frangula, see Extract, Frangula . 








Ehamnus purshiana: bark, see Extr., Cas- 
cara sagrada 










[process, aqu., dry, — I 


lb. 2.75 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 2.50 
lb. 3.00 

lb. 1.50 
oz. .25 
oz. . 25 
oz. .40 
oz. .35 








" do cold process, " " -II 








" " " " " scales 








" " alco., dry 








" -' — Extractum Kramer ice, U. S. Ph.; 
[cold process, aqu.. dry 








Khuljarb, Asiatic: root aqu., di-y 














" -Ph. G. n.. " dry 








Ehubarb, Asiatic, — compound, — Ph. G. II 








Rhus toxicodendron, see Extr., Poison-oak. 








Kaniala. 




















Hue (Ruta): leaves aqu., soft 


lb. 2.25 
lb. 3.00 








*' do alco., " 








Sabbatia EUiottii, see Extr., Quinine-plant. 
Sabina, see Extract, Savin 












Saffron (Crocus) alco., soft 


oz. 3.50 








Saffron, Meadow-, see Extract, Colchicum . 








Saint-Ignatius'sBean, see Extract, Ignatia. , 


















Sanguinaria, see Extract, Bloodroot 










Santonica (Flores Cinaj; "Semen Cinto"), 
see Extr., Levant Wormseed 











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Extracts, —continued : 

—[Fluid ExtracU, see paROB Cl-r.3 1]— 
Saponnria officinalis, see Extract, Soajiwort 
Sarsaparilla atju., soft 


Containers incl. 








lb. 2.25 
oz. .40 
lb. 3.50 
oz. .50 
lb. 3.00 
lb. 1.75 
lb. 2.50 








" " dry 








" alco., soft 








" " dry 








Sassafras-root (Lignum Sassafras); aiin., soft 








.SaN-in (Sabina): dried tops a(iii., soft 








" do., — Ph. Ci. II. .hydro-alcoholic, soft 








Scilla, see Extract, Scpiill 








herb fromjnice, soft 


lb. 2.50 








Bladder-wrack 








of Kye 










A'ant Wormseed 






1 


Senega: root, (Senega Snakeroot), [Radix 
Polygalaa senegas] aqu. , drj'. 


oz. 1.00 
oz. . 75 
lb. 1.75 
lb. 1.75 

oz. 1.25 




1 


" do alco., " 




1 


Senna: leaves aq^i. , soft, 




[ 


" " alco., ♦' 






Serpentary (Serpen taria): rhizome, [Virginia 
Snakeroot] alco., soft 








Shamrock, Water-, see«Extract, Buckbean. 








Simaruba: bark aqu., soft 


oz. . 75 
oz. 1.00 








'* " alco., " 








Snakeroot, Black, (Cimicifuga), see Extract, 
Black Cohosh 








Snakeroot, Senega, see Extract, Senega .... 










Snakeroot, Virginia, see Extract, Serpentary 

Soap-bark, see Extract, Quillaya 

Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) : root, [Soap- 
root] aqu., soft 

" do alco., " 
















lb. 1.50 
lb. 3.00 














Spanish Flies, see Extract, Cantharides 

Spoonwort (Cochlearia), see Extr., Scurvy- 
grass 

Spurge Olive, see Extract, Mezereon 

Spurred Rye, see Extract, Ergot of Rye .... 

Squill (Scilla): dried bulbs aqu., soft 

" do. do " dry 

<« " " _ph. G. II alco. soft 
































lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 1,50 

oz. . 50 
oz. 1.00 




















Squirting Cucumber, (Wild Cu- ] Elaterium 
cumber), [Ecballium (:VIomor- nigrum ve- 
dica) elatenum]: nearly ripe Black Ela- 
f ruit aqu. , soft terium). 

Squirting Cucumber: fresh JTiice of the fruit, 
— Ph. Austr. alco., soft 














N. B.— Compare, also: Elaterium (Ela- 
terium ClutterbucJc). 
Stigmata Maydis, (Maize-silk), see Extract, 
Corn-silk 








Stramonium (Datura S. ) : dry leaves . . aqu. , 

[soft 
" fresh leaves from juice, " 


lb. 1.35 
lb. 1.75 
lb. 2.00 

lb. 2.50 
oz. 1.25 


















«' " " —w. Lie. -root, — [50% of 
soft], — alco., dry 

Stramonium: seed alco., dry 

Strychnos-seed, see Extract, Nux vomica . . 

Succory, see Extract, Chicory, Wild 

S\veet Flag, see Extract, Calamus 




































S\veet\vood (Croton eluteria), see Extract, 
Cascarilla 










Taraxacum, see Extract, Dandelion 










Tetterwort, see Extract, Celandine 










Thistle, Blessed, see Extr., Blessed Thistle. 











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59 



Extracts, — continued : 

—[Fluid Extracts, see pagos ()l-63 !] — 

Thistle, Mary-, see Extr., Mury-Tliistle 

Thornapple, see Extract, Stramunium .... 
Tobacco ^Nicotiana): thy herb. . . .aqii., soft 

" do. do alco., " 

Tormeutil: root (rhizome) aqu., dry 

Toxicodendron ^Kbiis toxicodendi'on;, see 

Extract, Poison-oak 

Trifolium fibriunni, (Menyanthes trif oliata), 

see Extract, Buckbean 

Triticnui repens, see Extract, Coiich-gi'ass . . 
Tschucbiakabi (a Japanese Orchidea) : fruit 
Turmeric (Curcuma): root [rhiz. ]; alco., soft 
Turnera aphrochsiaca, see Extract, Dami- 

ana 

Uva ursi (Uvib ursi folia), see Extract, Bear- 

berrj': leaves 

Valerian: root (rhizome) . .ethereal, — [Oleo- 
resin of Valerian] 

" " cold process, aqu., soft 

" " aqu., soft I. 

" " " n. 

" —Ph. G. I alco., soft 

Veratrum, "\Miite, (European ^^^lite Helle- 
bore): root [rhizome] alco., soft 

Viburnum (V. pmnifohum), see Extract, 

Black Haw 

Vomic-nut (Semen Strychni), see Extract, 

Nux vomica 

Walnut (English Walnut) [Juglans regia] : 

pericai-p aqu. , soft 

" " alco., " 

" —Ph. Eoss dry 

Walnut, -as above: leaves aqu., soft 

" " " " alco., " 

Water-Fennel (Five-leaved Water-Hemlock), 

see Extract, Phellandrium 

Water-Pennywort, see Extract, Hj'drocotjde 
Water-Shamrock, see Extract, Buckbean . . . 
Wild Cucumber, see Extract, Squirting 

Cucumber 

Wild Jessamine, see Extract, Gelsemium . . 
Willow (Salix, divers species) : bark ; aqia. , Aiy 
Witch-hazel (Hamamelis) : bark hydro- 
alcoholic, dvy 
X.B. — Compare, also: Hazeline ! 

Wolfsbane, see Extract, Aconite 

Wormseed, Levant-, (Santonica), see Extr., 

Levant Wormseed 

Wormwood (Absinthium ; Artemisia absin- 
thium): herb aqu., soft 

" do., — Ph. G. II alco., " 

Yarrow (ililfoil, ^Millefolium ; Achillea) : 

flowering herb aqu., soft 

" do. do alco., " 

Yellow Jessamine, see Extract. Gelsemium . 
Extracts, Fluid, see Fluid Extracts, — images 

r,l (;:5. 
Extractum Fellis bovini, {Extract of Ox 
Gall), see Gall, Ox-, inspissated, U. S. Ph. . 



Containers incl. 



OZ. .35 
OZ. .40 
lb. 3.50 



oz. . 50 



oz. . 75 
lb. 2.00 
lb. 1.75 
lb. 1.00 
lb. 2.50 



oz. 



.30 



lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 



2.00 
2.00 
1.25 
2.00 



lb. 1.75 
oz. . 75 



lb. 1.00 
lb. 2.00 

lb. 1.00 
lb. 2.50 



I 



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60 NlERClv'S^ 


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Fluid Extracts, (inserted in alphabetical 

place ot Extracts, FlukT): — 

[Unless other-wise specified, these Ex- 
tracts are prepared according to the 
formula of the United- States Phiirnui- 
cofiwia: — "Proportion of the crude 
drug to the extract = 100 grammes : 
100 cubic centimetres."] 

From: 
Absinthium (l\'ormwood) : herb . . Artemisia 

[absinth. 
Adonis vemalis, (Bird's Eye; False Helle- 
bore): herb 

Anemone, European Meadow-, see Fluid 

Extract, Pulsatilla 

Ai-bor ^itae, [not Lignum vita;!], see Fluid 

Extract, Thiaja 

Arnica-root Arnica montana 

Aurantii cortex, (Bitter-Orange peel) 

Bela (Indian Bael, Bengal Quince) : fruit . . 

" do.,— Ph. Brit 

Belladonna-root 

Berberis aquifolia, (Holly-leaved Barberry 

— not Btarherry !): root 

Buchu (Bucco): leaves . . . Barosma, div. spec. 
Bursa pastoris, (Capsella B. p.),-[Sheperd's 
purse]: fresh herb. — (N. B. — Onlyprejia- 
rations from ihefrefh herb possess the re- 
markable hemostatic virtiies of this plant. ) 
Cahinca-root (Eadix caincoe {cainanw] ) ; Chio- 
[cocca racemosa 
Calendula (Garden Marigold) : flowers . . . C. 

[oflicinalis 
Calumba (Columbo): root . . . .Cocculus pal- 

[matus 

Cannabis indica, (Indian Hemp): herb 

Capsella bursa pastoris, see Fl. Extr. , Bursa 

pastoris 

Capsicimi (Bed Pepper) : fruit . . . G. annuum 
Cascara sagrada, (Chittem-bark) .... Kham- 
[nus pvu-shiana 
Chamomile - flowers, German, (Matricaria ) ; 
[Chamomilla \T^ilgaris 
Chicorj-, WUd, (Succory) : root . . . Cichorium 

[intybus 

Cimicifuga (Actsea) [Black Cohosh]: root; 

[C. racemosa 

Cinchona-bark, Gray 

" Pale 

" Succirubra 

' ' Yellow, (True Calisaya-bark — Cortex 

cinchonce regise) ; — sp. gr. 1.1 

Coca (Erythroxylon) : leaves 

Cola-nut (Guru-nut, Caffeine-nut) 

Colchicum (Meadow - saffron) : root [biilb] ; 
[C. autumnale 

Colchicum: seed " " 

Colocj-nth (Bitter Apple |: fruit. . . .Cucumis 

[colocynthis 

Condurango (Mataperro): bark Gono- 

[lobus condurango 

Convallaria majalis: entire plant 

Corn-silk (Maize-silk) [Stigmata Maydis]; 

[Zea mays 

Coto-bark, Para- 

Cubeb: fruit Cubeba officinalis 

Damiana: leaves Turnera aphrodisiaca 

Dulcamara (Bittersweet) : young branches; 

[Solanum dulcamara 

Ergot of Com, (Com- ergot, Corn-smut), 

[Ustilago maydis] 



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Fluid Extracts, — (inserted in alphabetical 
placo of Extracts, Fluid), — continued: 

— [Other ExtracU, Bce pages 48-59 1] — 

Ergot of live, (Spurreil Eve — Secale cor- 

n\xi\x\ii),— U.S.Fh 

' —Ph. Brit 

EucaljTJtus globulus: leaves 

Euonynms ( Evonipnus ) ["Wahoo, Spindle- 
tree, Burning Bush]: bark. . .E. atropur- 

[pureus 

Eujihorbia pilulifera: herb 

Fabiaua (Pichi): branches F. imbricata 

Franeiscea (Manaciij : root F. xinidora 

Fucus vesiculosus, (Bladder-wrack), [Quer- 
cus marina] 

Gelsemium (Yellow Jessamine) : root . . . . G. 
[semper^irens 

Gentian-root 

Gossypiuiu herbaceum: bark of root, (Cot- 
ton-root bark) 

Grindelia robusta: flowering herb 

Guarana-paste, — fr. seed of PauUinia sorb ills 

Hamamehs (Witch-hazel): leaves. . . .H. vir- 

[ginica 

Hellebore, Green, European, (Winter Helle- 
bore), [not Veratrum viride!]: root 

Hydrastis (Golden Seal) : root . . H. canadensis 

Hyoscyamus (Henbane): leaves. . . .H. niger 

Ipecacuanha-root. . . . Cephaehs ipecacuanha 

Jaborandi (Pilocarpus): leaves 

Jacaranda: leaves. .J. procera, (Bignoniaco- 
[paia [carobal) 

Jalap-root, true Ipomcjea purga 

Kava-kava: root . .Macropiper methysticum 

Krameria, see Fluid Extract, Ehatany-root . 

Leptandra: rhizome, (Black-root, Cidver's 
root) L. virginica 

Lippia: herb L. mexicana 

Lobelia (Indian Tobacco): herb. . .L. inflata 

Manacii, see Fluid Extract, Franeiscea 

Maryland Pink, see Fl. Ext., Spigelia 

Mountain-balm (Yerba santa): leaves and 

tops Eriodictyon calif omicum (glu- 

[tinosuiiii 

Yuira puama. — (Said to be the strongest 
a]>hr()(lisiac known.) 

Nux vomica, (Strychnos-seed) 

Pichi, see Fluid Extract, Fabiana 

Pilocarjjus, see Fluid Extract, Jaborandi . . . 

Piscidia (Jamaica Dogwood), bark ... P. ery- 

[thrina 

Poppy-capsules (-heads) . . Papaver somnifer. 

Pulsatilla (Euroi)ean Meaciow- anemone): 
herb Anemone pulsatilla 

Quebracho bianco. I liquid (it dry), see under 

Quebracho Colorado, ) Extr. (not Fluid Extr.) 

Qiiercus marina, see Fhiid Exti*., Fucus 
vesiculosus 

Quince, Bengal, see Fl. Extr. , Bela 

Ithatany-root (Krameria) Krameria 

[triandra, [Ratanhia peruviana] 

Rhubarb (Rheum), Asiatic: root 

Rhus aromatica, (Sweet Sumach) : root-bark 

Salix nigra, (Black Willow) : bark 

Sarsaparilla, — compound 

Sarsaparilla, — simple 

Senna-leaves 

Serpentaria: rhizome, (Virginia Snakeroot). 

Shepherd's purse, see Fluid Extr., Bursa 
pastoris 



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Fluid Extracts, — (inserted in alphabetical 
place of Extracts, Fluid), — coiU'ntued: 

—[Other EitiacU, see pages 48-59 1] — 

Spigelia (^Maryland Pink): herb and rhi- 
zome S. marilandica [lonicera] 

N. B. — Compare, also: Spigeline! 

Squill-bulbs Scilla mjuitima 

Stigmas of Maize, (Stigmata Maydis), seeFl. 
Extract, Corn-silk 

Stillingia (Silver-leaf): root, [Queen's root] ; 

[S. sylvatica 

Stramonium-leaves 

Taraxacum (Dandelion) : root . . . T. officinale 

Thuja (Arbor [not Lujnum!] \itje) [White 
Cedar] : small branches . . . T. occidentalis 

Ustilago (U. maydis), see Ergot of Corn . . . 

Uva ursi, (Bearberry — not Barberry .') : dried 
leaves. Arctostaphylos officinalis 

Yalerian-root . . . .» 

Viburnum (Black Ha-w) : bark. . .V. prunifol. 

Yerba santa, see Fluid Extract, Mountain- 
balm 



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Febrile Powder, James's, see Antimonial 

Powder, U. S. Ph 

!Pecula, iodized, see Starch, iodized 

Fehling's Solution (Test-solution), see un- 
der: Titrated Normal Solutions,— (at End 

of List!) 

Fel Bovis ( Tauri) inspissatum, U. S. Ph., see 

Gall, Ox-, inspissated 

" " purificatum (depurahim) siccum, see 

Sodium, clioleate 

Ferrid-compounds, see Iron, Sesqui-com- 

pounds 

Perro-compounds, see Iron, Mono-com- 

l)()unds 

FerrusTO, see Iron, oxide, brown, pure 

Ferrum, and compounds, see Iron, etc 

Fibrin, from Ijlood 

" plants, (Gluten Fibrin) ....... 

Figmer's Gold-salt, see Gold and. Sodiiim, 

chloride, cryst 

Filhos's Caustic, see Potassium, hydroxide, 

with Lime, [-4:1], fused 

Filicin, see Acid, filicic 

Flavoring Oils, so-called, see Oils, flavor- 
ing' 

Flores, etc., = Flowers, etc. — (Flores stibii = 
Flowers of Antimony; Floren stanni [Jovis] 
= Flowers of Tin; — etc., etc.) 
Flores virides seris, (Crystallized Yenligiis), 

see Copper, acetate, normal, U. 8. Ph 

Flowers of Antimony, (Antimonioias Ox- 
ide, — Tri-oxide; by dry process), are 
chemically identical with the Wet- 
process Tii-oxide,^ [(cAic/i see vmder 
Antimony, oxide, precipitated]. 
" of Arsenic, resublimed, see Acid, ar- 

senious, etc 

" of Benzoin, see Acid, benzoic, from 
Siamese (etc.) Benzoin-resin ; sublim- 
ed, — U. S. Ph. ;— and other grades. . . 
" of Sulphur, see Sulphur, sublimed, 

U. S. Ph 

" of do., washed, see Sulphur, sublimed, 

washed, U.S.Ph 

" of Tin, see Tin, oxide, white, pure . . . 
" of Verdigris, (Crystallized Verdigi-is), 
see Copi^er, acetate, normal, U. S. Ph. 
" of Zinc, see Zinc, oxide, by dry process 
Fluid Extracts (are inserted in alphabetical 
place of: Extrtcls, Fluid) — see pages 61-63. 

Fluorescein (Resorcin-phtalein) 

Fluorescin (liesorcin-phtalin) 

Folia Sennae sine resina, see Senna-leaves, 

dcresinated, — powdered 

Form-amide 

Fow^ler's Solution, arsenical, see Solutions: 

Potassiiim arsenite, I '. S. Ph 

Fraxinin (Sugar of !Mauiiii\ see Mannit. . . . 
Fruit and Flavoring Ethers : 

No. 1. No. 2. No. 3. No. 4. 

Apple " " " " 

Apricot . . . . " " " " 

Banana .... " — — — 

Cherry " " " " 

Currant. ... " " " " 

Gooseberry. " " " " 

Grape — " " " 

Lemon — - " " " 

Orange " " '^ " 



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Fruit and Flavoring "Ethers,— continued : 
No. 1. No. 2. No. 3. No. 4. 
Peach " " " " 


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" commercial, (Inverted Sugar), — consist- 
ing of Fruit-sugar and Grape-sugar , . 
Fuehsine, see under Aniline and Phenol 
Dves- Red 


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Furfural (Furfur-aldehyd; Furfurole), chem. 
pure,- boil. -pt. 160-162° C [320-323.6 F]. . . 
Furfurine 


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Gall, Ox-, (Fel Taiiri [Bovis]), purified, dry, 
see Sodium, choleate 

" " inspissated, (Extractum Fellis bo- 
vini — Extract of Ox Gall), con- 
forming to U.S. Ph. and Ph. G. I 

Gallein (PjTo-gallol-pbtalein) 

Gallivun, metallic 

Gelatin (Pure Glutin), sterilized, for bacterio- 

lo^doal piirijoses 

Gelatin from Cartilage, see Chondrin. . . . 

Gelatin, medicated, — in sheets, — see 

nnder Atropine and Physostigmine. . 

" Discs, medicated, see under Atropine; 
Cocaine; Duboisine ; Physostigmine . 

Gelsemin 

Gelseminine, — according to Sonnenschein . . . . 

" hydrobromate, amorphous 

" hydrochlorate, amorphous 

" " cryst., white 

" nitrate, amorphous 

" sulphate, amorphous 

Gentian Violet, see under Aniline and 

Phenol Dyes: Violet 

Gentianin, — extract - form, — (Crude Gentio- 

picrin) 

Gentisin (Gentianic [Gentisic] Acid) 

Glass, liquid and soluble, (Water- Glass), 

see Potiissium, silicate, etc. ; — and. Sodium, 

silicate, U. 8. Ph. ; etc. , etc 

Glass, antimonial, see Antimony, sulphide, 
vitreous, — so-called 

" Arsenic-, see Acid, arsenious, — lumps 

" Borax-, see Sodium, bi-borate, fused 
Glass-etching Ink, see Diamond Ink, so-called.. . 

Glass-wool, for filters 

Glauber's Salt, see Sodium, sulphate, (etc.). 

Globulin (Crystallin) .' 

Globulin, para-, (para-Globulin), pure. . . . 

Glueinum, see Beryllium 

Glucose, set! Grape-sugar, chem. pure; etc 

Gluten, vegetable 

Glutin, animal,— for use in the arts 

" do., jmre, — sterilized, — see Gelatin, etc. 

Glycerin (Glycerol), crude, — [2G° Baume], 

sp. gr. 1.21 .^ 

" for gas-meters, — [18° Be] 

" refined, I, [2-1° Be], sp. gr. 1.19 



1 28° 

" [30° 

pure, [24° 

" [28° 

" [30° 



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"1, 



1.23 

1.25 

1.19, redistil. 
1.23, " 
1.25, " — 



U. S. Ph. 

" Price's Patent,— in original 1-lb. bottles. 
Glycerin Salicylate, see Ether, glycer.-salic. 
Glycerin, sulphurous, (Solution of Sul- 
phur Di-oxide in Glycerin), [Glycerolate 

(Glycerite) of Sulphurous Acid] 

Glycerolate of Aluminium acetate, see 

Aluminium, aceto-glycerolate 

N.B. — Other Glycerolates— {the class of Gly- 
cerita or "Glycerites" of the U. S. Ph.; 
and similar preparations, also called Glyc- 
erols or Glycerines, ■ — miscalled ' ' Glyc- 
erides";— aW being simple solutions of 
active sulistances in Glycerin, ^no< [as 
the real Glycerides] chemical compounds 
with Glycerin !j:— .see likewise under the 
nfimes of their active substances. 



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15 gr. 3.50 
15 gr. 2.50 
15 gr. 2.50 



oz. 1.00 
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Q-lycium, see Beryllium 

Glycocoll ((Glycine, Glycocine ; Amido-acetic 

or Amido-glycollic Acid) 

Glycogen (so-called "Animal Amylum "), 

(•belli, pure 

Glyeos-amine, hydrocblorate, cryst 

Glycyrrhizin. ammoniated, — U. S. Ph., — (Phar- 
mucnpeial Glycyrrbizate of Ammonium), — 

soluble 

Gold (Aurum), double salts of, see "Gold 

and — " (below!) 

' ' metallic, powder 

" " precipitated, iiure.-amorpbous;- 

soft, lustreless, brown })owder. 

" " do., do., — in fine scales;- — witb 

metallic lustre 

" bromide 

' ' cbloride, cryst. , yellow 

" " " brown 

" " — solution [1:9] 

' ' cyanide 

" iodide 

" oxide 

Gold and Cadmium, cbloride 

" and Calcium, " 

" and Potassium, " 

" " " cyanide 

" and Sodium, cbloride,— for photogra- 

pbv 

" " do . , do. , - V. .S. Ph.,-Y^2A% Gold] . 
" " " " -Pb.G.II,-[3().3»/ " ]. 
" " " " cryst., (Figuier's (roM-sa^/j 

Gold, Alumina Purple of 

" Figuier's Salt of, see Gold and So- 
dium, cbloride, cryst 

" Tin-precipitate {Stannic precipitate) 

of, — [C'assius's Purple] 

Goulard's Extract, so-called, (Vinegar of 
Lead), see Solutions: Lead acetate, basic, 

U.S.Ph 

Granatin (Sugar of Manna), see Mannit. . . . 
Granella aerophora, see Iron, citrate, effer- 
vescent : wbite or yellow 

" do., cum Magnesia citrica, see Mag- 
nesium, citrate, effervescent, granu- 
lated, U. S. Fh 

Grape-sugar(Dextrose,Dextro-glucose, Glucose; 

Starcb-sugar), chem. pure, anhydrous 

N. B. — In coiUradistindhm to other, so- 
called "chemically pure" brands, which 
contain as high as 30 %" of Water, my 
Gkape-sugab, as above, is absolutely 

PUKE AND DEY ! 

do., commercial 

Graphite (Mineral Carbon ; Plumbago), pu- 
rified, — Pb. Bor 

' ' Ceylon 

" " tiuelv ]mlverized, (so-called "aico- 

ho'llMi") 

Gregory's Salt, (Hydrocblorate of Morpbine 
and Codeine), see Salt, Gregoi-y's 

Guaiacol (Guajacol), ch. pure, (absolute),— for me- 
dicinal use; — [Mono-metbyl-catecbol] . 
" commercial 

Guanidine, carbonate, cryst 

Guanine ((Tuanin) 

" liydriicblorato 

Guaranine 

Gun-cotton, soluble, see Collodion Cotton 

Outta Percha, puritied, wbite, — in sticks . . 



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Hsemoglobin, Hsematin, Haemaloxylin, etc. ; 
see Heiiio^lobiii, Hematin, Hematoxylin, etc. 

Hartshorn, so-called "Spirit" of, see 
Spirit, -so-called, — of Hartshorn 

Hazeline. — from Witch-hazel (Hamamelis vir- 

ginica) 

N.B. — iS^pe, also: — Extracts: Witch-hazel; 
— and. Fluid Extracts: Hamamelis. 

Heavy Spar (Barytes), artificial, see Barium, 
sulphate, precipitated, pure 

Helenin. cryst., white. (The solid Alant-, or Ele- 
campane-, or Inula- camphor.) — [Xoi to 
be confounded with Inulin, — which .see also!] 
N. B. — Compare, also: Alantol, — the liqriid 
Alant-, or Elecampane-, or Inula-cam- 
phor. 

Helianthine, see under Aniline and Phenol 
Dyes : Oi'auge 

Helioin, — from Salicin 

Helieina, from snails (Helix pomatia); 
— [Saccharat^'d Snail-juice] 

Heliotropin, see Piperonal, for perfumery 

Helleborein. — (A newly discovered use of this 
Glucosido is that of a local anesthetic for 
Ophthalmology. Its anesthesia is reported 
as considerably exceeding thai of Cocaine in 
duration.) 

Helleborin 

Hematein. -Derivative from Hematoxylin. 

Hematin (Hematosin). —Fractional deriva- 
tive from Hemoglobin 

Hematoxylin. — The coloring matter of Log- 
M'ood 

Hemoglobin (Hemato- globulin, Hemato- 
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All labels must hear 
Dr. Ladenburg' X 
(the originator's) 
signature. 



Hepar Antimonii (Stibii), [Liver of Anti- 
mony], see Potassa, antimouio- 

sulphnrated, crude 

" " ealcareum, (Calcic Liver of An- 

timony), see Lime, antimonio- 

siilphiirated 

" Calcis, (Liver of Lime), see Lime, sul- 

jiburated, U. S. Ph 

" Sulphuris, (Liverof Sialphur; Pofassic 
Liver of Suljihnr). soe Potassa, 
sulphnrated , U. S. Ph. ; etc. . . 
" " calcaremn, [Calcic Liver of Sul- 
phur] , see Lime, sulphur- 
ated, U.S.Ph 

" " " stibiatum, [Antimonic 

Liver of Lime; Stibiated 
Calcic Liver of Sulphiar] , 
see Lime, antimonio-sul- 

phurated 

" " natrieum, (Sodic Liver of Sul- 

phur), see Soda, sulphurated, 

etc , 

Hesperetin. — Fractional derivative from 

Hesj)eri(lin 

Hesperidin. — Glucoside from Oranges 

Hom-atropine Merck - Ladenburg, (Oxy-toluol-tro- 
pine): 

pure, cryst ] 

hydrobromate, cryst. . . . 
hydrochlorate, cryst. . . . 

salicylate 

sulphate, cryst 

Hydrargyriitn, and compounds, see Mer- 

ciiry, etc 

Hydrastine Merck: 

chem. pure, cryst 

pure, amorphous, powder 

citrate 

hydrochlorate, chem. pure 

nitrate, cryst., — easily soluble 

phosphate, chem. pure 

sulphate, chem. pure 

tartrate, chem. pure 

Hydro-Berberine, see Berberine, Hydro- 

Hydro-chinone {-kinone), see Hydro-quinone .... 

Hydro-Cotoin, see Cotoin, Hydro- 

Hydrogen Per-oxide (Di-oxide), [Oxygen 
Hydrate; sometimes called "Oxygenated 
Water"], medicinal, — aqueous solution 

[10 volumes of "Active Oxj'gen "] 

do. do., commercial, — aqueous sohition 

[10 volumes of "Active Oxygen"] 

Hydro-quinone — (Hydro-chinone [-kinone]) — 
[Quinol] — (para-Di-oxy-benzene) — [Quinone 

Hydride] 

Hydrothion - ammonium, solution, see 
Solutions: Ammoniiim sulphide, — hydro- 
sulphuretted 

Hydroxyl-amine, hydrochlorate 

Hyoscine Merck-Ladenburg,— true : 

hydrobromate, cryst ] ^„ i„j,,, „„., 

hydrochlorate, cryst 1 tear Dr.Lad,n. 

hydro-iodate Oiydi-iodate), cryst. [ nZC'l) .%na- 

sulphate. cryst ) '"'■-■ 

Hyoscyamine Merck,— true; ^ from Hyoscyamus 
niger: 
chem. pure, cryst., white, very light powder, — 

pure, not colorless, amorphous 

hydrobromate, pure, a mor phous 



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15 gr. .25 














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15 gr. .60 
15 gr. .60 
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15 gr. .50 




































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oz. . 85 












oz. 1.00 






15 gr. 10.00 
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15 gr. 10.00 

















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15 gr. 1.75 















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70 IVLKRCK'S 


INDEX. 






Hyoscyaminc Merck. — Irue; — from Hyoscyamus 
niger: coiduiHal: 

hydrochlorate. pure, amorphous 

hydro-iodate. (hvilrioduti), pure, cryst..— 
HMlt.-pl. 15-l""c; i:{0'.».2-^ V\. (The cnisinJ- 
liiif Unin it^vncJ) |A iiiydriutii', - more 

f.isilv s<ih(l>lf tliaii tlio Atropine Bait] 

sulphate, pure, amorphous 

" chem. pure, cryst 

Hyoscyamine, derived, from Atropine by 
conversion; not from Hyoscyamus: 


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15 gr. 5.00 





























liydrobromate, imro, cryst 


























Hyper-chlor-acetyl, see Mono-chlor-ethylene Di- 
chloride 

Hypnone (Aceto - phenonej [Pbenyl -intthyl- 
ketone (-acetone)] 

Hypo-quebrachine, see under Quebracho Alkaloids 

Hypo-xanthine, see Sarcine 








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71 



Ichthyol preparations: 
Ichthyol-sulphonJc (Sulpho-ichthyolici Acid. . . 
Ichthyol-siiiphonate (Suipho-ichthyoiatc) ot Am- 
monium. [Ichthyol] 

" of Sodium 

" of Lithium 

" of Zinc 

Icbtbyol iSohitiou, alcoholo-etlaercal, — lOf^ 

-30\ 

Ichthyol Plaster, in envelopes 

(N.B. — Other Ichthyol pnparations, — such 
as : CapsTilcs, Pills, Soap, Wadding, 
etc., — are furnished by Drug Houses.) 

Hicin 

Imperatorin, see Peucedanin 

Indicator Solutions, (Test-solutions), see 
at End of List. 

Indigo Blue, see Indigotin 

Indigo Carmine, best qualitj', — paste 

Indigo Sulphate, ("Soluble Indigo"), solu- 
tion, see Tinctures: Indigo 

Indigotin (Indigo Blue), pure, crj-st 

Indium, metallic 

' ' chloride 

' ' oxide 

' ' sulphate 

Indole 

Induline, see und. Aniline and Phenol Dyes 

Infernal Stone, see Silver, nitrate, cryst.; 

and, molded; — U. S. Ph.; and, grey. ...... 

Inosit (Meat-sugar) 

Inula-camphor, solid, see Helenin 

" liquid, see Alantol 

Inulin (Alantin, Dahlin; Alant-starch), — ac- 
cording to Dragendorff 

' ' white 

Inverted Sugar, see Fruit-sugar, commerc'l 
Invertin (Zymase). — The sugar - inverting 

constituent of j'east 

Iodine (ledum), English 

" re-sublimed, — [/. S. Ph. and Ph. G. 11 . 

" chem. pure 

" albuminated, (Iodized Albumin) 

" bromide, liquid, (penta-bromide), ["Io- 
dide of Bromine," so-caUed] 

" chloride (mono-chloride) 

" tri- chloride. — (Highly efficient anti- 
septic and disinfectant. ) 

Iodized Starch, soluble, see Starch, iodized 

lodo-amyl, see Amyl, iodide 

lodo-ethyl (Iodide of Ethyl, Mono-iod-ethane), 

see Ether, hydro-iodio 

lodo-methyl, see Methyl, iodide 

Iodoform, cryst., — U". S. Ph. and Ph. G. II. . 

' ' powder 

" " medium grain, - non-cono^u<t?uz<m7 
" " — so-called "deodorized ' (aroma- 
iized).-[FoT wholly odorless Iodo- 
form, see Iodoform, bituminized,] 

" precipitated 

" pencils, - [oO'^ Iodoform] 

Iodoform, bituminized (wholly odorless). — Trans- 
lucent scales, easily pulveiizable, — totally 

devoid of the Iodoform odor ! 

lodole (Tetr-iod-pyrrole=CA.NH;— noi— [as 
stated in some books :] — " Tetr-iodide of Pyr- 
role" = "C^H.N.I " !). — Contains nearly 
89% of locbne. — [Inodorous, insipid, and 
non-toxic succedaneum for Iodoform. ] . . . . 



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oz. 

oz. 

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doz. 



.50 
.(10 

.r,o 

9.00 



doz. 12.00 



15 gr. .50 



lb. 2.00 



^oLvls.oz. 7.00 
15 gr. 9.00 
15 gr. 8.00 
15 gr. 9.00 
15 gr. 8.00 



15 gr. 2.75 



15 gr. 2.00 
lb. 4.10 
lb. 4.10 



oz. 1.00 



oz. . 80 
oz. 1.00 



lb. 7.00 
lb. 7.00 
lb. 7.00 



oz. . G5 
lb. 7.00 
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IVEERCK's Index. 



lodum, nnii oomponnds, see Iodine, etc. . . . 

Iridin Merck, pure 

Iridiuiu, nutallic 

" rods 

" " powdtT 

' ' bromide 

" chloride, tri- (sesqni-) 

" oxide, sesqui- 

Iridium nnd Sodium, chloride, crj-st 

Iridium-Osmium alloy, {Irid-osmium; Osni- 

iridium), see Osniiiim -Iridium 

Iron, Ferrid- double salts of, see under Iron, 

Sesqui-compounds — (below !) 

' ' Ferro- double salts of, see under Iron, 

Mono-comj)ounds — (below !) 

Iron (Feniim), metallic, wire, — U. 8. Ph. . . . 
" do., tinely powdered, (so-called "alcohol- 
ized"), — Ph.G.II, — (Limatura Mur- 
tis alcoholisata; Pulvis Feni alco- 

holisatus) 

" " filings, coarse powder 

" " reduced (l)y Hydrogen), — so-called 
"Quevenne's Iron," — [60- 

65%Iron] 

" " " — [/. S. P/i., — [80%Iron].... 

" " " chem. piire, [92-94% Iron] . 

" " " black,— [50% Iron] 

*' acetate, Ferric 

" " " in scales 

" " " solution, see under Solu- 
tions 

" albuminate, (Iron-Albtimm), in scales, 
—[5% of Per-oxide — Fe^Oj] . . . 

" " peptonized 

" " saccharated 

N.B. — Compare, also: 

Iron, lactate ) aJbu- 

" phosjihate > minat- 

" pyro-i^hosphate, ) ed. 
" ammoniated, so-called, — • (Ammonio- 
chloride of Iron), — see Ammonium, 

chloride, with Ferric Chloride 

" ammonio-citrate, brown— ([/^ S. Ph.) — 
or green, see Iron, Sesqui-compounds: 
Ammonio-Ferric citrate, etc. ; etc. . . . 

' ' anisate 

' ' arseniate (arsenate) 

" " — Ph. Brit, new 

" " and citrate, ammoniated, [Ammo- 
nio-Ferric ai-senicico-citrate] , — 

[2% of Ai-senicic Acid] 

' ' arsenite 

" benzoate, — [about 25% of Per-oxide] 

' ' boro-citrato 

" bromide, Ferrous, piare 

" do., com'l,—[abt. 65-68% Brom.] 

" " Ferric, see Iron, tri-bromide 

" bromo-iodide 

" by Hydrogen, (reduced), — U. S. Ph. and 
other grades, — see Iron, metallic, re- 
duced, etc.; etc 

" camphorate 

" carbonate, Ferrous, saccharated, — U. S. 
Ph. and Ph. G. I, - [at least 15% 

of Ferrous carbonate] 

" do., do.,— Ph. G. II, — [10% Iron] . 

" " green (hydrated) 

•• Bub-, —so-called,— f/; 8. Ph. 1870, 

— (Aperient Crocus of Iron), see 

Iron, oxide, brown, (etc.) 



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11). 
lb. 



.35 
.35 



lb. .73 



lb. 2.00 
lb. .70 
OZ. .25 
OZ. .40 



OZ. . 30 
OZ. . 50 
OZ. .40 



OZ. 2.50 
OZ. .25 
OZ. . 25 



OZ. .35 
OZ. . 30 
OZ. .50 
OZ. .50 
OZ. . 22 
lb. 1.00 



OZ. . 90 



OZ. 1.50 



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73 



Iron, chloride, proto- (Ferrous), [Ferrous mu- 
riate' di-cbloride] 


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" " sesqui- (tri-) [Ferric], normal, — 
crj'st., dry; and U. S. Ph.; and 
sublimed, anhydrous ; — see Iron, 








" " Ferric, basic, (Ferric oxy-chloride), 
— so-called, - liquid; — see Solu- 
tions: Iron, oxy-chloride 










" " do., do., dialyzed, see Iron, di- 

alyzed: liquid; and, in scales. . . 

" chromate, liquid 










oz. .25 

lb. 1.00 

lb. .95 
lb. .90 






" citrate, — U. S. Ph., — (Ferric citrate), 
pure, brown, in scales 














" " " yellow i (Granell»aerophora) 

" ♦' soluble, so-called, see Iron, Ses- 
qtii-compounds: Ammonio-Fer- 
ric citrate, in scales: brown — U. 
S. Ph.; and, green 

" " and arseniate, ammoniated, see 
Iron, arseniate aiid citrate, am- 
moniated 






















' ' citrico-lactate, see Iron, lacto-citrate . . . 










" cyanide, blue, — so-called; — insoluble; 
(Ferro- cyanide of Iron; Ordi- 
nary Prussian Blue) 

" " blue, — so-called; — .soluble; (Potas- 
sium Feni-f erro-cyanide ; Sol- 
uble Prussian Blue) 

" dialyzed, liquid, (Ferrum oxydatum 
dialysatum liquidum, — Ph. G. I), — 
[Liquid Dialyzed "Basic Fernc Chlo- 
ride"; Liquid Dialyzed "Ferric Oxy- 
chloride", — so-called;— Liquor ferri 
dialysatus] ;— [3.5»^ Iron, = 5% Per- 
oxide] 


lb. 1.25 
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lb. .35 
oz. . 30 
















" do., in scales 








" ferro-cyanide, (Prussian Blue, ordinary), 
see Iron, cyanide, blue,— so-called, — 
insoluble 








" granulated sulphate, see Iron, sulphate, 
Ferroias, jjure, precii^itated by Alco- 
hol, U.S.Ph 










" hydrate. Ferric, dry Kge iron, oxide, 

' ' hvdrated oxide, Ferric, dry f brown, pure. 


















' ' Hydrogen-reduced, - U. S. Ph. and others, 
-see Iron, metallic, reduced, etc.; etc. 










" h-s-po-phosphite, — U. 8. Ph 


oz. .25 
oz. . 75 
oz. .40 
oz. .38 
oz. .35 

oz. .18 
oz. .15 
oz. .12 
oz. .60 
oz. .35 
oz. .40 
oz. 1.10 








' ' iodate, Fenic 






" iodide, crvst 








" " insipid 








'< i< Perrons, saccharated, — U. S. Ph. . 








" lactate, pure, cryst., in crusts, - (7. S. 
rii. and Ph. G. II 








" " pure, powder, — Ph. G. il 








" powder 








" " albuminated 








" lacto-citrate (citrico-lactate) 








" lacto-phosphate (phospho-lactate) 

' ' malate, in scales 












" " crude, see Extracts: Apple, feiTat. 
" metallic, (etc.), see at top of "Iron " list 
' • oleate 








oz. .25 
oz. .25 
oz. .30 

lb. 1.00 
lb. .85 










" oxalate,— [7. iS. Pft., —Ferrous . . .♦. 








" " Ferric, in scales 








" oxide, black, (Magnetic oxide, Ferroso- 
f erric oxide ; Iron Ethiops), 
— by wet; process, — pure . 

" " " — by dry process 













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IVLERCK'S INDEX. 



Iron, oiide, brown, (so-called "sub-carbon- 
ate "), [Aperietit Crocus 
(Saffron) of Iron], — Ferri 
subcarboiMS, U. S. Ph. 1870 
" " " pure, (Dry Hydrated Per-ox- 
ide [Sesqui-oxide, Tri-ox- 
ide, Red oxide] of Iron; 
Dry Hydrated Ferric ox- 
ide ; Dry Ferric Hydrate), 

— [Ferrugo, Rubigo] 

" oxide, red, (Ferric oxide; Per-oxide, or 
Tri- [Ter-] oxide, or Ses- 
qui-oxide of Iron), anhy- 
drous, — {Astringent Cro- 
cus (Saffron) of Iron], — 
(Pure Colcothar, Pure Ca- 
put niortiiiuu) 

" " " do., — from Oxalate of Iron. 
" " " hydrated, dry, see Iron, ox- 
ide, brown, pure 

" " " peptonated; also, glycerinat^ 
ed solution of same; — see 
Iron, peptonized ; etc. — 
Same, dialyzed, see Solu- 
tions : Iron, peptonized, 

dialyzed 

" " " saccharated, soluble, — Ph. 
" G. II ; — (so - called ' ' Sac- 
cbarated Iron " or "Soha- 
cble Iron"; Iron Sacchar- 
ate),— [Ferruginated Siig- 
ar ; Iron - Sugar] ; — [3?i( 
Iron, = 4. 285% Per-oxide] 
N. B. — See, also: Syrup 
of Saccharate of Iron. 
" oxide, dialyzed, (Dialyzed so-called 
' ' Ferric Oxy-chloride " or " Basic Fer- 
ric Chloride "):-liqTiid, Ph. G. I, -or, 
in scales; -see Iron, dialyzed, etc. ; etc. 
" oxy-chloride. Ferric, (Basic Ferric Chlo- 
ride), — so-called ; — solution of,— see 

under Sohitions 

" do., dialyzed, see Iron, dialyzed: liquid; 

and, in scales 

" peptonized, (Peptonated Fenic Oxid^, 
— clearly soluble in Water, — 

[2% or 5% Per-oxide] 

" " solution, glycerinated, —for suh- 
cutaneous injections, — [3 mg 
FeoOs and 25 mg Peptone per 

syringef ul] 

" " dialyzed, liquid, — for internal use; 

— see under Solutions 

" " albuminated, see Ii'on, albumin- 
ate, peptonized 

" " saccharated 

' ' i)er-chloride, see Iron, tri-chloride .... 

' ' per-oxide, see Iron, oxide, red 

" phosphate, — so-called by tl. S. Ph., — see 
Iron, phosphate, icith Sodium Citrate. . 

' ' iihosijhate, true. Ferric 

" Ferrous 

albuminated 

with Ammonium Citrate, in scales 

Ferric, loiih Sodium C'ilraie, in- 

scales, -Ferri phosphas, so called 

hy U.S. Ph 

phosphide (phosphuret). — [An indef- 
inite composition of several Iron phos- 
phides. ] 



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lb. .7; 



lb. .70 
lb. 2.50 



lb. .70 



oz. . 35 



lb. 1.25 





oz. 


.35 


lb. 
lb. 

oz. 
lb. 


1.00 
.95 
.35 

1.50 


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2.00 


oz. 


1.00 



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75 



Iron, phospho-lactate, see Iron, lacto-phosph. 

' ' picrate (picro-nitrate) 

" precipitatetl suljihate, see Ii-on, sul- 
pliato, Ferrous, pure, precipitated by 

Aleohol, r. S.Fh 

" pyro-pliosphate,'- so-calkd by U. S.Fh., 
— see Iron, pyro-phosphate, with So- 
dium Citrate 

" jayro-i^hosphate, tinte 

" " allniminated 

" " vith Animoniiim Citrate, in scales 

" " Potassium " 

'• " Magnesium " in scales 

" " Ferric, icith Sodium Citrate, in 

scales, — Ferri pi/rophosplias, so 

called hy U. S.Fh 

" rediiced (by Hjxlrogen), — U. S. Ph. and 
other grades, — see Iron, metallic, re- 
duced, etc. ; etc 

' ' saccharate, ( ' ' Saccharated Iron" or " Sol- 
uble Iron," so-called), see Iron, oxide, 

red, saccharated 

N. B. — Compare, also: 

Iron, albuminate 

" carbonate-([". iS'.P/i.; etc.)- 

' ' iodide— ( U. S. Fh.)— 

" peptonized 

" sulphate, Ferrous 

' ' Mono-compounds : Manga- 
no-Ferrous carbonate . . 

. " salicylate 

" santoninate (not santonate!), — easily 

soluble in Alcohol; hardly so in Water 

" sesqui-bromide, see Iron, tri-bromide. . 

' ' sesqiii-chloride, see Iron, tri-chloride . . 

' ' stearate 

" sub-carbonate, so-called, — U. S. Fh. 
1870, — (Ajjerient Crocus of Iron), see 

Iron, oxide, brown, (etc.) 

" sub-sulphate, (Basic Ferric SuliDhate), 

[Monsel's Salt], ^Dure 

N. B. —Solution of do. , ( U. S. Fh.),— 
[Monsel's Sol.], — see under Sols. 

' ' siiccinate 

" sulphate, Ferric, normal, (Per-[Sesqui-] 

sulphate) ; [Ter-sulphate] 

" " do., basic, (^lonsel's Salt), see Iron, 

sub-sulphate 

" " Ferrous, pure, (Pure Iron Vitriol; 
Pure Green Vitriol), cryst. , 

— U. S. Fh 

pure, (do. ; do.), small crj'st., 

—Ph. Neerl 

" " pure, i^recipitated by Alco- 
hol,— Ph. G. II,— ("Pre- 
cipitated Iron," "Granu- 
lated Iron," — so-called), — 
Ferri sulphas prcecipita,tus, 

U. S. Fh 

" " pure, calcined (exsiccated, 
dried), — Ferri sulphas ex- 

siccatus, U. S. Fh 

" " crude, cryst., (Crude IronVit- 
riol; Crude Green Vitriol) 

" " saccharated, cryst 

sulphide (sulphuret) 

" in sticks 

sulpho - carVjolato (phenol - sulphonate, 

sulj)ho-phenate) 

tannate 



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.65 


oz. 


.30 


oz. 


.30 


oz. 


.35 



oz. . 30 



oz. . 35 
oz. 2.00 



oz. . 35 



lb. .60 

oz. .60 
lb. .-iO 



lb. .25 
lb. .30 



.30 



lb. .-40 



lb. 


.20 


lb. 


.75 


lb. 


.25 


lb. 


.35 


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76 



IMKRCK's Index. 



Iron, tartarated (tartarized), see Iron, Sesquir 
compounds: Potiussio-Ferric tartrate, 
U. S. Ph. — [Di> not confound withlron, 

tartrate, — (below)!] 

N. B. — Compare, also: — Iron, Mono- 
compounds : Fotiissio-Ferrous tar- 
trate, -(Ferra/f(i Tartar; Iron-Tar- 
tar); — etc.; etc. 
' ' tartrate, Ferric, in scales {—[Do not con- 

" " Ferrous ) found with 

Iron, tartarated, — (above); — nor 

with Iron- Tartar, — (refeiTed-to 

under same)!] 

" tri-bromide (sesqui-bromide), [Ferric 

Bromide], liquid,— sp. ffr. l.-tUO .... 

" tri-chloride (sesqui-chloride ; per-chlo- 

ride), [Normal Ferric Chloride], 

crj'st,, dry 

" cryst. , — U. S. Ph. and Ph. G. U, — 

free from Nitric At-id 

" " sublimed, anhydrous 

" " with Animoniuiu Chloride, — (so- 
called "Ainmoniated Iron"), — 
see Ammonium, chloride, with 

Ferric Chloride 

" tri-oxide (ter-oxide), see Iron, oxide, red 

" valerianate, — U. 8. Fh 

Iron, — albvuninated Oxide or Srdts of, — see 
under Iron: albuminate, etc., etc.; 
lactate; pho.sphate; pyro-phosphate . 

" SrranUlated . . / — «"-<-aIled,— see iron, sulphate, 
,, . ..„*. J r Ferrous, pure, prticipitaled by 

" precipitated,! Ai.ohm. t-. .9. A. ^ ' 
" Quevenne's, so-callod, see Iron, me- 
tallic, reduced: — U.S. Ph., and others 
' ' saccharated, / -so-callPd,-see iron, oxide, 
• • soluble f ^'^^' saccharated 

" —saccharated Sa'ts of, — see reference 
under Iron, sacchiirate. 
Iron and Ammonium, chloride, (so-called 
"Ammoniated Iron"), see Ammoni- 
um, chloride, with Ferric Chloride . . 
" and do., arsenicico-citrate, see Iron, 
arseniate and citrate, ammoniated. . . 
" and do.: —Citrate; Sulphate; Tartrate, 
■ — all U.S. Ph., — see Iron, Sesqui-com- 
pounds: Ammonio- Ferric citrate; — 

suljjhate; — tartrate 

and Calcium, lacto - phosphate, see 

Calciniu, fcrro-lacto-phosphate 

and Lead, cyanide, so-called, see Lead, 

ferro-cyanide 

and Lithium, salts, see "Lithium, 

ferro ," etc 

and Mercury, cyanide, so-called, see 

JMcrcury, ferro-cj'anide 

and Potassium, ferro-cyanide, (Potas- 
sium Ferri - ferro - cyanide ; Solul )le 
Prussian Blue), see Iron, cyanide, 

blue, — so-called, — soluble 

and do. , tartrate, U. S. Ph. , — ( Tartarated 
[Tartarized] Iron, — not: "Iron-Tar- 
tar"!), — see Iron, /Sesgui-compounds: 

Potassio- Ffjric tartrate 

N.B. — Compare, also: — Iron, Mono- 
compounds : Potassio-i^c rrott.s tar- 
trate, — [FerratedTartar; Iron- Tar- 
tar) ; — etc. ; etc. 
and Quinine, citrate, — U. S. Ph. and 
other formulas, — see Quinine, ferri- 
citrate, etc., etc 



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77 



Iron and Quinine, — ofher double salts ("than 

above), — see "Quinine, ferri ,' etc. 

" and Strychnine, citrate, U.S.lh.,Hee 

Strj'chnine, ferri-citrate 

" and Zinc, cyanide, so-called, see Zinc, 


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Iron, Mono-compounds, (Ferro- double 
salts) : 

Ammonio-Ferrous cyanide 

" sulphate, cryst 


lb. 2.50 
lb. .50 
oz. .25 
oz. .30 
oz. .50 
oz. .35 
oz. .35 
oz. .40 
oz. .30 
oz. .30 
oz. 1.00 
oz. . 35 
oz. .40 
oz. . 20 
oz. . 35 




















" do., effervescent, yellow i 






































" citrate 








* ' cyanide 
























" pyro-phosphate 

" sulphate 




















" cyanide, so-called, (Yellow Prussiate 
of Potassa), — see Potassium, f erro- 

cyanide, U. S. Ph., etc 

" tartrate, {Ferraied Tartar, Iron-Tartar ; 
— not to he confounded icUh : 
Taetakated [Taetakized] 

Iron, Sesqui - compounds : 
Potassio-Ferric tartrate, U. S. 

Fh.); — powder 

" "in globvQes, (so-called: Ir n 
Pellets, Steel PeUets) 

Sodio-Ferrous benzoate 








lb. . 75 

lb. .85 
lb. 2.00 
oz. 1.00 
oz. .35 


































" cyanide, so-called, see Sodiiim, ferro- 








Iron, Sesqui-compounds, (Ferrid- double 

Aluminio-Ferric sulj^hate, see Alum, ferric 

Iron, arsen. and citr., ammoniated. 
















" bromide 


oz. .50 








' ' chloride, (so - called ' ' Ammoniated 
Iron"), see Ammonium, chloride, 
with Feiiic Chloride 








" citrate, brown, in scales, 1 7:y„] =„ 
— Ferri et Ammo- ,^s.i\qtl 
niicitras,U.8.Ph. ) izt ' r^= 


lb. 1.10 
lb. 1.40 
oz. 1.75 
lb. 1.50 

lb. .75 

lb. 1.50 








" " {^reen, in scales ... J " ""^ J •" \- 

" cyanide 

' ' oxalate, crj-st 

" sulphate, — Ferri et Ammonii sulphas, 
U. S. Ph., — and Ph. G. I, — 
(Ammonio-Ferric Alum, Ammonia- 
cal Iron-alum) 

" tartrate, {Ammoniacal Iron -Tartar, 
Ammonio - Ferric Tartar, Fcrrid- 
ammoniacal Tartar),— Ferri et Am- 
monii tartras, U. S. Ph., — in scales 




























Calcic-Ferric cyanide, so-called, see Calci- 
um, ferrid-cvanide 








Mangano-Fcrric phosj^hate, with Ammo- 
nium Citrate 










Potassio - Ferric cyanide, so - called, (Red 
Prussiate of Potassa), see Potas- 
sium, ferrid-cyanide, etc 











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78 



m:krciv's Indkx. 



Iron, Sesqui-compovinds, (Ferriil- double 

salt SI, — contiitueil : 

PotaHsio-Ferric oxiilute, crj'st 

' ' p vro-phosijliate 

" Kiilphate, (Potassio-Ferric Alum, Po- 

tassic Iron-alum), pure 

" tartrate, — Ferri et Poinssiitartras, U. 
.S. Ph., — (Tdrtarated Iron, Tarlarized 

Iron), — brown, in scales 

N. B. — The above is not to be con- 
founded with: Fekrated Tab- 
tar; Iron-Tartar, — ichich see, 
MJwZer; -Iron, Mono-compounds: 
Potassio - Ferrous tartrate, — 
powder; do. do., globules; do. 
do., green. 

Sodio-Feri'ic oxalate 

' ' pyro-phosphate 

" " in scales 

" tartrate, in scales 

Iron- Albumin, in scales ; and do., pepton- 
ized; and do., saccbarated; — see Iron, albu- 
minate, etc 

N. 13. — Compare, also : 

Iron, lactate ] 

" phosphate > albuminated. 

" pjTO-phosphate . . . ) 

Iron Alrnn, see Ahim, ferric 

" " ammoniacal, see Iron, Sesqui- 

compouuds: Ammonio - ferric 

sulphate 

" " potassic, see do. , do. : Potassio- 

ferric sulphate 

Iron Ethiops, see Iron, oxide, black 

Iron Pellets, so-called, see Iron, Mono-com- 
pounds : Potassio - Ferrous tartrate, in 

globules 

Iron-Sugar (Ferruginated Sugar), [so-called 
"Saccbarated Iron" or "Sohible Iron"], 

see Iron, oxide, red, saccbarated 

N. B. — Compare, also : 

Iron, albuminate 



carbonate — (U. S. Ph.; etc.)- 

dide^iU.S. "■ 
j)eptonized . 



iodii 



Ph.)- 



suiphate. Ferrous 

" Mono - compounds : Manga- 

no-Ferrous carbonate . . . . ^ 

Iron - Tartar {Ferrated Tartar), see Iron, 

Mono - compounds : Potassio - Ferrous 

tartrate, etc 

N. B. — Compare, also: Iron, Sesqui- 
comi^ounds, I?otassio-Ferric tar- 
trate, U. S. Ph., — {Tartarated 
[Tartarized] Iron). 
" ammoniacal, {Aminonio-Ferric Tartar; 
Ferrid-ammoniacal Tartar), see Iron, 
Sesqui - compounds : ylmmomo-Ferric 

tartrate, U. S. Ph 

Iron Vitriol, (Green Vitriol), see Iron, sul- 
])bate. Ferrous: — U.S.Ph.; do. precipitated; 
do. exsiccated; — and other gi'ades and forms 

I^atin 

Iso-butyl-aldehyd (Iso-butyr-aldehyd) .... 
Iso-butyl - earbinol, see Alcohol, amylic, 

primary 

Iso-Naphthol, see Naiihthol, Beta- 

Iso-propyl-benzene (-benzol), see Cumene . 
Iso-propyl-earbinol, see Alcohol, butylic, 

Iso- 



Uontainers incl. 
lb, 2.00 






oz. . 75 






lb. .60 






oz. .30 






oz. . 30 






oz. . 30 






oz. .35 






oz. .30 
























































































































15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. .50 

































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IVEerck's Indkx. 



79 



Ivory -black, so-called, (Purified or Pure 
Bone-black), see Charcoal, animal, puiified, 
U. 8. Ph. ; and do. , pure 


Coutainera incl. 


































































































































































* 



























































































































































































































































































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80 



IVEERCK's Index. 





Containers incl. 
15 gr. 4.00 

oz. 1.00 








Jalapin — (identical with Scammonin) ; — 
[" White Kesin" of Fusiform Jalap]. — The 
pure Ulucoside from JIale (light, Orizaba) 
Jalap-root — Ipomoea orizabensis; or from 
Scainmony-i-oot 

from the Ufjht Root. 
James's Antimonial Powder, (J.'s Febrile 
rowder), see Antimonial Powder, U. S. Ph. 














15 gr. 4.00 
15 gr. .35 








Juglandin 

Juice of Juniper-berries, inspissated, see 

Extracts: Juniper 

" of Papaw (Carica papaya— Melon-tree), 

-dry 

" of Snails, saccharated, see Helicina. . 














Joz.vls.oz.2.00 














Juices (Succi), from fresh herbs, — all accord- 
ing to U. S. P/i. O/1870:— 
IJelladouna (Deadly Nightshade) : leaves and 
youn" branches 


lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.00 

lb. i.no 

lb. 1.10 
lb. 1.00 








Coniuni (Hemlock) : leaves 

DL<ntalis (Foxglove); leaves 














Hyoscyamus (Henbane): leaves and young 
branches 








Scoparius (Broom): tojis 














Juniper-tar, see Oils, divers : Cade 
























































Kali, Kalium, and compounds,— see Po- 
tassa, etc. ; and. Potassium, etc 










Kamalin, cryst 


15 gr. .25 








Karlsbad Thermal Salt,— artificial; and, 
triie, — see Salt, Karlsbad, etc., etc.; etc. . . . 








Kefir (Kej^hir) Fungi 


oz. 1.00 
oz. . 75 
oz. G.OO 








Keratin (Corneous Substance, Horn-sub- 
stance) 

Keratin, pepsinized; for coating Ileac pills, —ace. 
to Dr. Unna 














N.B. — Ile<tc pills are to pass the stomach 

Tindissolved, iind develop their action 

only in the intestines. 

Kermes Mineral, see Antimony, suljihide, 

red, — so-called 








King's Yellow, see Arsenic, Yellow sul- 
phide 

Kosin Merck, cryst.. (Cosin) 

Koussein Merck, amorphous,- (Coussein, Kos- 
sein ; Brayerin) 

Kreatine, and Kreatinine, see Creatine, 
and Creatinine . . ... 










15 gr. 1.00 
Joz.vls.oz.G.OO 




















Kreosote, see Creasote 










Kresol, see Acid, cresylic 

Kreuznach Salt, ("Kreuznacher Mutter- 
laugensalz "), see Salt, Kreuznach 

























































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IVEERCK's Index. 



81 



r<ae Svilphuris pnrum, see Sulphur, pre- 
cipitutfd, pure, U. S. Ph 

Laemoid, cbem. pure, in scales;— an ex- 
treiuelv sensitive substitute for Litmus. . . . 


Containers incl. 








Joz.vls.oz. 3.00 
oz. 1.00 








Lacmus {Chen ncaUy Pure Litmus),— accord- 
ing to AVartha;— free from Lime and from 
the reddish coloriiics solultle in Alcohol . 








N.B. — See, also: Litmus, commercial. 
Lacto -Pepsin (miscalled " Lacto-peptine ") 
[also called "Lactated Pepsin"], see Pep- 
sin, Lacto- 








Lactose (Lartin), see IMilk-siagar 










Laetucarium, Gallic, (Thridace), [Dried 
milk-j\iiee of Garden Lettuce - Lactuca sa- 
tiva], — in talilets 


oz. .40 

oz. . 60 
oz. . 45 
oz. .40 
oz, .50 








Lactucarinm, Germanic, (the so- l (Drkd 
called "Lettuce-opium"), — | miik-juke 

first choice 1 of Acrid 








" do., - II 1 Lettuce- 








" " crumbs Lactuca 








" " fine powder virosa.) 








" " purified, — soft or dry, — see Ex- 
tracts : Laetucarium 








Laetucin, — from Laetucarium 


15 gr. 4.50 








LaBVulose (Levulose), see Fruit-sugar, I. . . . 








Lamine Sulphate.— (iki)7u?ze— the Alkaloid 

l^owerful hemostatic, adapted for subcuta- 
neous application.) 










Lana Collodii, see CoUochon Cotton 










Lanolin (Cholestearin Fat), in tins 

• ' chem. pure, anhydrous 


lb. .80 














Lantanin 










Lanthan (Lanthanum), metallic, powder . . . 


15 gr. 10. 00 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.50 
15 gr. 1.00 








' ' chloride 








' ' oxide 








' ' sulphate 








Lapis divinus, { Divine stone. Ophthalmic 
stone), so-called, see Copper, alumi- 
nated 








" infernalis, see Silver, nitrate, crj'st. ; 
and, molded;— U. S. Ph.; and, grey. . 










" Sydenham's, see Tinctures: Oi^ium,- 
siiffronated 


















Lead (Plumbum), double salts of, see 

"Lead and — " (below!) 

" metalhc, pure, bars 

" " " ribbon 










lb. .65 
lb. 1.00 
lb. .35 
lb. 1.00 

lb. .50 
lb. .45 
lb. .40 

lb. 1.75 














" " " granulatedj-freefr. Silver 








" " chem. jiure, powder 

" acetate, mono-plumbic, — U. S. Ph.,- 
(Svigar of Lead — Saccharum 
jilumbi [saturni]\ chem. pure, 
cryst 














" " do., pure, cryst 








" " " purified, crvst 








" acetate, basic (tri-i)lumbic, tri-basic), 
[Sub-acetate of Lead] . 








" " " —solution, U. S. Ph., 
[Vinegar of Lead ; 
"Goulard's Extract"], 
see under Solutions. . 








' ' benzoate 


oz. .65 
oz. . 30 
oz. .50 








' ' borate 








' ' bromide 








" carbolate, see Lead, phenate 








" carbonate, neutral, purified 


lb. .50 
lb. 1,00 








" " " chem. pure 









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82 



IVlERCK's Index. 



Lead, carbonate, basic, (oxy-carbonate ; hy- 
drico - carbonate ), [ \Miite Lead], — 
Phintbi carbo7ias, U. S. Ph 

' ' chloride, pure 

" II 

' ' cliromate, pure, fused 

'• " " powder 

' ' cyanide 

' ' £err(j-cyanide 

" formate, pure, dry 

" hydroxide (hydi'ate), mono-phinibic, 
[Mono-hydrated Prot-oxide of Lead], 
see Lead, oxide, mono-hydrated 

" hypo-jihosphite , . . 

' ' hypo-sulphite, see Lead, thio-sulphate . 

' ' iotfide, powder, — U. S. Ph 

" " cryst 

' ' lactate 

' ' lualate, pure 

' ' luolybdate (molybdenate) 

" niono-chlor-acetate 

■ ' nitrate 

" pure,— U: S. Ph 

" nitrite 

' ' oleate 

' ' oxalate 

" oxide (prot-oxide, mon-oxide; yellow ox- 
ide), anhydrous, fused, — [Lith- 
arge], — pure 

" " do., do., cheni. pure, — U. S. Ph. . . 

" " mono-hydrated, (Mono -plumbic 
Hydroxide), jmre 

' ' per-oxide (bin- [di-] oxide ; brown oxide), 
■ — [Anhydrous Plumbic Acid] , — 
{Puce [Brown] Lead) 

" " pure 

" phenate (phenylate, carbolate) 

" jjhosphate, pure 

' ' phosphite 

" rhodanide, see Lead, sulpho-cyanate. . . 

' ' salicylate 

' ' silicate 

" sub-acetate, see Lead, acetate, basic... 

" " solution, U. S. Ph., — (Vinegar of 

^ Lead; "Goulard's Extract"), — 

see Solut's: Lead acetate, basic 

" sulphate, (Lead Vitriol) 

" " chem. pure 

' ' sulphide (sulphuret) 

' ' sulphite 

' ' sulpho - carbolate (phenol - sulphonate, 
sulpho-phenate) 

" sulpho-cyanate (thio-cyanate; rhodan- 
ide) 

' ' tannate, dry ' 

' ' tartrate 

" thio-cyanate, see Lead, sulpho-cyanate 

' ' thio - sulphate (formerly called ' ' hj^DO - 
sulphite ") 

' ' vanadate 

" wolframate (tungstate) 

Lead, puee (brown), see Lead, per-oxide; etc. 

" Avhite, see Lead, carbonate, basic, U. 

S.Ph 

Lead and Iron, cyanide, so-called, see Lead, 
fcrro-cyanido 

" and Platinum, cyanide, see under Pla- 
tinuiii dmiblc Cyanides 

" and Sodivun, thio-sulphate (formerly 
called "hypo-sulphite") 



CoDtainers incl. 



11). 1.00 
lb. .BO 
lb. 1.10 
lb. 1.10 
oz. .50 
oz. .25 
oz. .60 



oz. 



.75 



oz. .36 
oz. .60 
oz. .35 
oz. 1.25 
oz. 1.00 
oz. 5.00 
lb. .35 



lb. 
oz. 
oz. 



.50 
.50 
.25 
lb. 1.50 



lb. .70 
lb. 1.10 

lb. 2.50 



lb. 
lb. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



.60 
.85 
.35 
.30 
.50 



oz. . 75 
oz. .25 



lb. .40 
lb. .50 
lb. 1.35 
lb. 1.50 



oz. 

oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



.30 

.25 
.30 
.25 



lb. .75 

15 gr. .75 

oz. 1.25 



.50 



,^^-When ordering, speciiy: "MERCK'S"! 



IVlKRCK's Index. 



83 



Lead, so-called Sugar of, see Lead, acetate, 

noriuiil, U. S. Ph 

" Vinegar of, ("Goulard's Extract'"), see 
Suhitions; Lead acetate, basic, U.S.Ph. 

' ' Vitriol of, see Lead, siiliiliate, etc 

Leaves, Senna-, — free from resin,- — see 

Srima, leaves, deresinated 

Lecithin 

Lemon-camphor, so-called, see Turpentine- 
oil, di-liydrochlorate 

Legumin (Vegetable Casein from legumes) . 

Lepidine 

Leptandrin 

Leptandrin Merck, pure 

Lettuce-opium, so-called, see Lactucarium, 

Germanic, etc 

Leucine, jjiire, (Amido-cai^roic Acidj 

' ' hydro-chlorate 

Leucoline (Leucol), synthetic, see Quinoline .... 

Leucotin, from Coto-bark 

Levulose (LiT^vulose), see Fruit-sugar, I. . . . 
Libavius's Fuming Spirit, so-called, see 

Tin, tetra-chloride 

Lignite Tar, see Oils, divers: Lignite 

Lime (Calx), — U. S. P?i.,— (Pure Burnt Lime), 
[Dry Caustic Oxide of Calcium], — from 

marble 

Lime, antimonio - sulphurated ( stlbiato- 
sulphurated), [Antimonic Liver of Lime ; 
Antimoniated (Stibiated) Calcic Liver of Sul- 
phur; Calcic Liver of Antimony], (Calx An- 
timonii [Stibii] cum i^'u/p/iitre), — [so-called 

".\ntimonio-sulphide of Calcium"] 

Lime Hydroehlorate, — so-called, — see Cal- 
cium, chloride 

" Saecharate (bi - saccharate), — so- 
called, — see Calcium, saccharate . . . 
Lime, sulphurated, — U. S. Ph., — (Liver 
of Lime; Calcic Liver of Sulphur), [some- 
times mis-called "Sulphide of Calcivim "] 
Lime-water, see Solutions: Lime, U. S. Ph. 

Lipanin 

Liquid, Dutch, see Ethylene, chloride (bi- 
chloride) 

Liquid (^Vater-) Glass, see Potassium, sili- 
cate, etc. ; and, Sodium, silicate, U. S.Ph.; etc. 
Liquor ammoniae, (Liquor ammonii cau- 
stic!), see Ammonia, Water of 

" ammonii eaustiei spirituosus Dzon- 
dii, see Ammonia, Spirit of . . . . 
" " acstatis, see Solutions: Ammo- 
nium acetate 

" anodynus martiatus, see Tinctures: 

Iron chloride, ethereal 

" seriparus, (Liquor ad scrum lactis pa- 

randum), see Eennet Wine 

Liquores, others than above, see Sohitions . . 

Litharge, pure; and, chem. pure; — see Lead, 

oxide, anhydrous, fused, pure ; and, chem. 

pure, U. S. Ph 

Lithium, double and triple salts of, see 

"Lithiiim and — " (below!) 

' ' metallic 

' ' acetate 

' ' ai'seniate (arsenate) 

" benzoate,— CT. S. Ph 

' ' bi-V)orato 

" bi-carbonate, so-called, see Lithium, car- 
bonate, bi- 

" bi-chromate 



Containera incl. 



15 gr. 2.50 



15 gr. .40 
oz. 1.00 
oz. . 50 
oz. 2.50 



15 gr. 2.00 
15 gr. 2.00 



15 gr. .40 



lb. .40 



lb. 



lb. 



.50 



15 gr. 10.00 
oz. . 75 
oz. 1.25 
oz. . 50 
oz. . 75 



oz. .60 



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84 



IS/tERCiv's Index. 



lathium, boro-citrate 

' ' bromide,— U. S. Fh 

" carbohite, see Lithium, phenate 

" carbonate 

" chem. pure,— tr. S.Th. & Ph.G.II 

" effervescing 

" " bi-, — so-called, — is only Lithium 
carbonate I 

" chloride 

" fliroinate, bi-, see Lithium, bi-cliromate 

" citrate, cryst.— Ph. Brit, new 

•' powder, -f/: S. Fh 

" effervescing 

" ferro-benzoate 

" " -citrate 

" hippurate 

" iohthyol - sulphonate, see under Ichthyol 

preparations 

" iodide 

" lactate -. 

" nitrate 

' ' oxalate 

"/ oxide, caustic 

' ' ])henate (phenylate, oarbolate) 

" phosphate 

" salicylate,— K S. PA.,— chem. pure, pert. 

white 

" succinate 

" sulphate, cryst 

" sulpho-carbolate (i>henol-sulphonatc, sul- 

pho-i)ht'nate) 

" sulpho-ichthyolate, see under Ichthyol prep. 

" tartrate 

' ' urate 

" valerianate 

Lithium and Iron, benzoate; and, citrate; — 

see "Lithium, ferro ," etc. ; etc. . . 

" and Potassium, tartrate 

" and Sodium, benzoate 

" " " salicylate 

Lithivim, Platinvim, and Potassium, 
cyanuret, see under Platinum triple Cya- 
nides 

Litmus, chem. pure, see Lacmus 

' ' commercial 

Litmus Paper, red or blue, see under Paper 
Liver of Antimony, — • (sometimes called : 
"Unwashed Brown Oxide of 
Antimony " ), — see Potassa, 
antimonio-sulphiiratcd, crude 
" " " calcic, (Antimonic Liver of 
Lime), see Lime, antimonio- 

sulphurated 

" of Lime, (Calcic Liver of Sidphur), see 

Lime, sulphurated, U. S. Fh. 

" " " antimonic, (Calcic Liver of 

Antimony), see Lime, anti- 

nionio-sulphurated 

" of Siilphur, [Fotassic L. of S.), see Po- 
tassa, siilphurated, tf. S. Fh.; 

and other grades 

" " " calcic, see Lime, sulphurat- 
ed, U. S. Fh 

'< " " " — antimoniated (stibiat- 

ed), [ Antimonic Liver 

of Lime], see Lime, 

antimonio- sulphurated 

" " " sodic, see Soda, sulphurated, 

etc 

Xiobeline, sulphate 



Containers incl. 
OZ. . 75 
OZ. .38 



OZ. .36 
OZ. .38 
OZ. .3U 



OZ. 



.45 



OZ. .36 
OZ. .35 
OZ. .30 
OZ. 1.00 
OZ. 1.00 
OZ. 2.50 



OZ. .67 
OZ. . 75 
OZ. . 75 
OZ. 1.00 
OZ. 1.40 
OZ. 1.00 
OZ. 1.25 

OZ. .49 
OZ. 1.00 
OZ. . 45 

OZ. .60 



OZ. .lb 
OZ. 2.00 
OZ. 1.00 



OZ. 1.75 
OZ. .65 
OZ. .60 



15 gr. 2.50 



^^When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



]V1krck:'« Index, 



85 



Liinar Caustic, see Silver, nitrate, molded, 
U. S. Ph.; and, grey; and, do., 

pencils 

" " mitigated (toughened), see Sil- 
ver, nitrate, diluted, U. S. Fli.; 

and other strengths 

' ' Nitre, see Silver, nitrate, cryst. , U. S. Ph. 

Lupulin, purified, new crop 

Liiteoline, see under Aniline and Phenol 


CoDtainers incl. 
























lb. .50 














Lutidine ( Di-iuethyl-pj-ridine) 

Lycoetonine 


oz. 2.50 
15 gr. 2.50 


















































































































































































































































































































!>.■ 












































































* 









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86 IVLERCK'S 


IXDEX. 






Madagascar Sugar, see MelampTrit 

Magdala Red, si o iiiulcr Aniline and Phenol 

Dves • lt« il 


Containers ind. 
















Magistery of Bismuth, s.o Bismuth, sub-nitrate, 










" of Sulphur, see .Sulphur, precipitated. 










Magnesia, V. S. PA.,'— light, '—(Light Cal- 
ciiKcl Maprnesia — Magnesia usta levis). 










" alba, Ko-calloJ, (Magnesia hydrico-car- 
bonica), see Magnesium, carbonate, 
lioht T" ,S' Ph 








" ponderosa, U. 8. Ph., (Heavy Cal- 
cined Magnesia), see Magnesium, ox- 










Magnesia Hydrate, moist, see Magnesium, 










Magnesia, rieinated, see Magnesium, ri- 










Magnesium, double salts of, see "Magne- 
sium and — " (below!) 










oz. 1.00 
OZ. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 
oz, .20 

oz. .40 
















" " powder 














" fethylo-sulphate, see Magn., eth.-sulph. 














' ' bi-phosphate, so-called, see Magnesium, 

phosphate, acid 

' ' bi-sulphate 








lb. 2.00 
oz. .25 
oz. .22 
oz. . 30 
oz. .42 
lb. 1.25 

lb. .50 
lb. .30 
lb. .40 
lb. .50 
lb. .75 
lb. 1.50 
oz. .40 

lb. 1.25 

lb. .75 

15 gr. .50 

oz. .35 

oz. . 50 

lb. .75 
oz. . 35 








« 






' ' boro-citrate, powder 






















" carbonate, hea\'y (cryst.) [neutral] 

" " light (so-called "amorphous") 
[basic], — ( sub-carbonate), — [so- 
called "Magnesia alba"; Mag- 
nesiahydrico-carbonica] , — Mag- 


, 




















" " pure, cryst 






























" "in scales 








" " effervescent, — Ph. G. II, — (Pulvis 
a'erophorus cum Magnesia ci- 








" " effervescent, granulated, — U. S. 
Ph., — {Granella airophora cum 
Magnesia citrica) 

' ' ergotate, see Magnesium, sclerotato . . . 

" ethylo-sulphate (sulpho-vinate) 


























" hydroxide, (IVIagnesia Hydrate), moist, 
pultivceous, [Magnesia hydrica pulti- 
formis], — according to the Table of 
lie-agents of Ph. G. II 

" hypo-phosphite, chem. pure, crysi 

" hypo-sulphite, sec Magnesium, thio-sul- 
phate . . . . 




















' ' iodide 


oz. .70 
oz. .35 
oz. . 35 
oz. 1.50 
lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.50 








' ' lactate, pure 

" lacto-phosphate (phospho-lactate) 




















' ' nitrate, pure , 

' ' ' oxalate 















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IVlERCiv's Index. 



87 



Magnesium, oxide, light, (Light Calcined 
Magnesia — Magnesia nsta le- 
vis), — Magnesia, U. S. Ph 


Containers incl. 

lb. .55 
lb. .75 








" " heavy, (Heavy Calcined Mag- 
nesia), — Magnesia ponderosa, 
U. S.Ph 








" hycli-ated, moist, see Magnesium, 

hydroxide, moist 

" phosj^hate, acid, (so-called "bi- phos- 
phate ") 






oz. . 35 

oz. . 19 
oz. .18 








" " neutral, ( Tri - magnesic ortho- 
Phosphate), pure 








" do., II 








" phospho-Iactate, see Magnesium, lacto- 
phosphate 

" rhodanide, see Magnesium, suli^ho-cy- 
anate 
















" ricinate, (Magnesia-and-Castor-oil Soap 
— Sapo ricini magnesicus), [Eicinated 
Magnesia] 


lb. 1.75 

oz. . 55 

15 gr. .50 
oz. .35 
oz. . GO 

lb. .30 
lb. .35 
lb. .35 
lb. .35 








" salicylate, cryst., — easily soluble. — (A 
mild succedaneum for Bismuth Sa- 
licvlate.) 








' ' sclerotate (ergotate) 








' ' silicate 






' ' succinate 








" sulphate, (Epsom Salt— Sal amarum), 
cryst. , perf ectlv colorless 








" " drj-, i^erfectly white 






" " chem. pure, cryst., — U. S. Fh. . . . 








" " " " exsiccated 






" " bi-, see Magnesium, bi-siolphate . . 








" sulphite, — fj. S, Ph 


lb. .80 
oz. .30 
oz. . 30 








" sulpho-carbolate (sulpho-phenate, phe- 
nol-siilphonate) 








" sulpho-cyanate (thio-cyanate; rhodan- 
ide) 








sulphate 








' ' tartrate, — according to Eademacher . . . 


oz. . 35 

oz. .25 
oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 

lb. 2.00 








" thio-cyanate, see Magn., sulpho-cvanate 








" thio-siilphate (formerly called "hj^jo- 
sulphite ") 








' ' urate 








' ' valerianate 








Magnesium and Ammonium, arseniate 
(arsenate) 








" and do., chloride — [MgCl„. N H CI. - 
6 HjO]. — (Used for prepariiig the Mag- 
Phosphoric Acid.) 




1 




" and do., phosphate 


lb. 2.00 
lb. .60 








" " " sulphate 








" and Iron, salts, see under Iron, Mono- 
compounds 








tinum double Cj'anides 










" and Sodium, salts, see Sod. and Magn. 










Magnetic Osdde, see Iron, oxide, black 






Magnus's "Green Salt," see Platinum 
double Chlorides: Platinum tetr-amine and 
Platinum, 1 li-chloiide 










Malachite, blue, artificial, see Copper, car- 
bonate, blue 










" {Green Malachite), artificial, see Cojiper, 
carbonate, green 










Malachite Green, [not in any manner related 
to Green Malachite!), see under Aniline and 
Phenol Dves: Green 










Maltin, see Diastase of Malt 











^^~When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



88 



NlERCK's Index. 



Manchester Yellow^, see under Aniline and 

I'luuol Dyes: Yellow 

Manganese (Manganum), double salts of, 
see "Manganese and — " (below!). . . 

' ' metallic 

" acetate 

" arseniate (arsenate), pure 

" benzoate 

" bin-oxide, see Manganese, per-oxide, 
artificial; —also: Manganese, oxide, 
black, r.S.Ph 

' ' bi-silicate, see Manganese, silicate 

" borate. — [A paint-drier (siccative).] .... 

' ' bromide 

" carbonate, Manganous, chem. pure .... 

" chloride, Manganous, pure, cryst 

" " " " fused 

" " " crude 

" citrate 

" di-oxide, see Manganese, per-oxide, arti- 
ficial ; — also: Manganese, oxide, black, 
U.S.Ph 

" hypo-phosphite, chem. pure, cryst 

" hypo-sulj)liate 

' ' iodide 

" lactate 

" lacto-pbosphate (phospbo-lactate) 

' ' nitrate, pure 

' ' oleate 

' ' oxalate 

" oxide, sesqui-, (Manganic oxide), anhy- 
di'ous, pure 

" " " bydrated 

" black, — (7. S. Fh.,— (Native Per- 
oxide [Bin-oxide, Di-oxide] of 
Manganese), — [at least 66^;^ 
Mn Oj ] ; — ( Black Manganese ; 
also called "Pyrolusite") 

" " do. , purified, see Manganese, per- 
oxide 

" per-oxide (di-oxide), artificial, pure, — 
[abt. 90"^ Mn OJ ; — {Purified Black 
Oxide of Manganese; Purified Black 
Manganese) 

" phosphate, Manganous, pure 

" phospho-lactate, see Manganese, lacto- 
phosphate 

' ' salicylate 

" sesqui - oxide, see Manganese, oxide, 
sesqui- ; etc 

" silicate (bi-silicate). — [Used in enamel- 
ing.] 

" succinate 

" sulphate, Manganous, crude 

" " do., pure, crj-st., — U. S. Ph. and 
Ph. G. II 

" " " " exsiccated 

' ' sulphite 

• ' svdpho - carbolate (phenol - sulphonarte, 
sulpho-phenate) 

' ' tannate 

•' tartrate 

' valerianate 

Manganese, black; and: do., do., purified; 

— see Manganese, oxide, black, — U. S. Ph.; 

and: do., per-oxide, artificial 

Manganese and Iron, salts, see under Iron, 
Mono-compounds; and under Iron, 
Sesqui-compounds 

" and Zinc, chloride, see Z. and M., chl. 



Containers incl. 



15 gr. .15 
oz. .25 
oz. . 45 
oz. 1.00 



lb. .45 
oz. . 62 
lb. 2.0U 
lb. 1.00 
oz. .40 
lb. .40 
oz. . 50 



oz. .35 
oz. 1.00 
oz. . 75 
oz. . 45 
oz. 1.00 
oz. .30 
oz. . 35 
oz. .30 

lb. 2.00 
lb. .75 



lb. 2.00 



lb. 2.00 
oz. .45 



oz. 1.50 



oz. .40 
oz. 1.00 
lb. .50 

lb. .80 
lb. 2.00 
lb. 1.75 

oz. .50 
oz. . 55 
oz. .55 
oz. 1 . 50 



.^ssr-When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



ivlERCPc's Index. 



89 



Manna-sugar, [ (Mannitol, Mannol ; Fraxin- 

Mannit | in ; Granatin ; formerly 

also called "Punicin"). . 


Containers incl. 

lb. 2.50 
oz. .40 








" recrystallized from Alcohol 








Martius Yellovr, see imder Aniline and 
Phenol Dvt's: Yellow 








Mass (Pill-mass), mercurial, [Mass of Mer- 
cury— 3/as.sa hydrari/yri, U. S. Ph. ; — 
Blue Mass] 


lb. 2.50 
lb. .75 








" Yallet's, (Mass of Carbonate of Iron — 
Maasa feiri carhonatls, U. S. Ph.; — 
Massa ferrata) 








Meat-sugar, see Inosit 






Meconin (Opiauvl) 


15 gr. 1.00 
oz. 2.50 

lb. 3.00 
lb. 4.00 
oz. 1.50 

15 gr. .35 








Melampyrit (Melampyrin; Dulcit, Dulcin, 
Dulrol, Dulcose, Dulcitol; Evonymit) [Mad- 
agascar Sugar] , crj'st 








Melanin 








Menthol (Peppermint -camphor), Japanese, 
crj-st. , dry, — in original 5-lb. tins, or 
in broken packages 








' ' recrystallized, chem. pure 








' ' benzoated 








Mereaptan, ethylic, ('Ethyl Hydrosulphide 
[Snlphydrate] ; Ethylic Thio-alcohol) 








Mar eur-ammoniiTm , chloride, see Merciiry, 
infusible 








" -di-ammoninTn, chloride, see do., do., 
do. , fusible 










" -di-benzene (Di-phenyl-mercury). — See 
remark relating to this non-imdicinal, 
extremely poisonous metallo - organic 
compound, — Tinder: "Mercurj', di- 
phenate"; -with which the former is 
sometimes erroneously confounded. 

" -thymol, (Thymol-Mercury), acetate, — 
[Thymol-acetate of Mercury] 










Mercurial Ethiops, see Mercun', sulphide, 
black, — so-called 










Mercury (Mercurius; Hydrargyrum), double 
salts of, see "Mercurj' and — " (be- 
low!) 










" metallic,— r. S. Ph 


lb. .90 
lb. 1.05 
oz. .40 
oz. . 35 








" " chem. pure 








" acetate, Mercurous [Suboxide salt] 

" " Mercuric [Peroxide salt] 














" albuminated, fluid, — so-called, — sec 
Mercury, bi-chlorkle, albuminated, etc. 








N. B. — See, also: MercurA', bi-chlo- 
ride, albumino-saccharaied, dry. 
" ammoniated, bo- ] (A„,„„„i„.,h,„i,, „, 

called, - (ami(Za<0-W- Mercury; M>rrcur- 
ehloride), — U. S. J h. } ammonium Chloride;— 

and Ph. G. 11., — in- infusible whut 

fusible J Precipitate ) 


lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.50 








" do., do., fusible, — Ph. Neerl., — ("Mercur- 
di-ammonium Chloride; Fusible White 
Precipitate) 








N. B. — The above two preparations 
should not be confounded with the 
following: — 
" ammoniated Nifrate of, (Black Precipi- 
tate), see Mercurj', oxide, black,— so- 
called 








" antimonio-suli^hide, (Antimonial Ethi- 
ops), 1 Black Suli)hides of Antimony 
and Mercurv; Mercurous Sulphide 
witli Antimonious Sulphide] 

" arseniate (arsenate) 


lb. 1.25 
oz. .40 













Ji^ When ordering, specify : "MERCK'S " I 



90 



NIERCK'S INDEX. 



\ H'jdrar^iiti chlorid- ( 
> «m corTMiitum, U.S. S 

i /* I 



Mercury, arsenite 

" arsonio-iodide, (Bin-ioilide of Mercury 

with Tor -iodide of Arsenic) 

N. B. — Solution of above double salt, 
(Solution of Arsenic and 3\Iercury 
Iodides, U. S. Ph.), [Donovan's 
Solution], see under Solutions. 

' ' benzoate 

" bi-bromide .■ • • • 

" bi-chloride, -cafe? " corrosive chloride" ! 
— (per-chloride), | Con-bsive Sub- 
limate], Cryst. \ ll'jdrardtiri chh 

" " iiowder 

" " recrystallized . . 

♦' " albuminated, (so-called "Albu- 
minated Merciiry "), fluid, —ace. 
to Bamberger, [Liquor hydrar- 
j^'yri albuminati B.]; — contaiu- 
inf^ 1"q of Corrosive Sublimate. 

" " albumiuo - saccharated (saccharo- 
albuminated), dry, — ace. to 
Schneider, — containing 0.4",^ 
of Corrosive Sublimate. - [U^jed 
for wound- dressing, it fur- 
nishes a constant source of 
HgCU, — which salt is gradually 
dissolved-out by the serum se- 
cretion. ] 

" " carbamidated(ureated), [Corrosive 
Sublimate with Urea], (so-called 
" Carbamidated " or "Ureated 
Mercury ") 

" " pejitonized, (so-called "Pepton- 
ized Mercury"), liquid, — 

[1% of Sublinuxte I 

" dry,— [10»i^ of Sublimate].. 

" bin-iodide (per -iodide) [red iodide], 
(Mercuric Iodide), — Ilydrargyri 
iodidum rubrum. If. S. JPh 

" " with Arsenic Ter-iodide, see Mer- 
cury, arsenio-iochde 

' ' bi-sulphate, - improperly so-called, - see 
Mercury, sulphate. Mercuric, neutral. 

' ' borate. Mercuric [Peroxide salt] 

" bromide 

" bi-, see Mercury, bi-bromide 

" carbamidated, — so-called, — see Mer- 
cury, bi-chloride, carbamidated 

" carbolate, — ace. to Dr. K. Schadeck, — see 
Mercury, phenate 

" carbolate, di-, see Mercury, di-phenate. 

" carbonate, Mercurous [Suboxide salt]. . 

" chloride, — called "mild chloride"! — 
(prt)to- or mono-chloride), [Cal- 
omel], (Hydrargyri chloridum 
mite), — sublimed, — in lumps. . . 

" " do. "do. do.," — sublimed, — levi- 

gated (washed) . . 

" " " " " condensed bv steam 
" " " " U. S. P/(.,'- pre- 
cipitated; by wet 
jirocess 

" chloride, bi- ...[ see Mercury, bi-cldo- 

" " corrosive, \ ride, U. S. Ph.; etc. 

" " mild, see Mercury, chloride, -ca/tefi 
' ' 111 ild chloride "\-U.S. Ph. ; etc. 

" chloro-iodide 

' ' chromate 

' ' citrate, —insoluble in Water and in Alco- 
hol • 



Containers incl. 

oz. .60 



oz. 1.00 



oz. .CO 
oz. .45 



lb. 1.10 
lb. 1.25 
lb. 1.50 



oz. . 35 



oz. 1.00 



oz. . 50 

oz. . 34 



oz. .50 
oz. . 45 



oz. . 50 



lb. 1.50 

lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.50 



lb. 1.50 



oz. .50 
oz. .40 

oz. .50 



^^r When ordering, specify: "MEUCK'S"J 



JVtEROK'S 


Index. 




91 


Mercury, cyanide, oryst. , - U. S. Ph. (Lately, 

;i poCverfiU s))ociti(^ iu Diphtborial ) . . 
" tli-pbeuiite (di-phenylate, di-carbolate), 
— Htr (C H Ol 


Containers incl. 
OZ. .40 
15 gr. .50 

oz. .50 
lb. 1.00 
oz. .30 
oz. .50 
oz. 1.50 






. 






N. B. — Tbe above medicinal stib- 
.stance (as also tbe simple Mer- 
cury Pbenate), is not to be con- 
founded — as some professional 
"journals bave done— witb tbe de- 
structively toxical, and non-me- 
dicinal, Dl-PHENYX-MEKCUIiY (]\Ier- 

cur-di-benzene) = Hg (Cg H^ )„ ! 








'• form-amidated, solution,— [ lo^Per-oxide] 

•' -tl()«i( " ] 
• glyco-cholate, solution,— [ 1% " ] 

" gynoeardatc, —extract consistency 

" Habnemann's soluble, see Merciiry, ox- 




























" iodide, green ("yellow"), [prot-iodide], 
(MercTirous Iodide), — Hifdrar- 
fjyri iodidum virkle, U. ,S. Ph. . . 

" " bin- (per-) ) see Mercury, bin- 

" red, IT. S. Ph., f iodide 

" " do., witb Arsenic Ter-iodide, see 
Mercury, arsenio-iodide 

" " sesqui-, see Merc, sesqui-iodide 


oz. . 31 










i 








oz. 1.00 
15 gr. .50 
15 gr. .50 

oz. .25 

oz. .25 
oz. .25 














*' mercaptide 














" nitrate, Mercuric [Peroxide salt] 

" " Mercurous [Suboxide salt], nor- 












" " " basic, (Sub-nitrate of Mer- 
cury), [Nitric Tiirjietb] . . 
" " ammoniated, {Black Precipitate), 
see ]\Iercurj', oxide, black, — so- 












N. B. — Tbe above preparation 
sbould not be confounded 
-\vitb the so-called ' 'Ammo- 
niated Mercury," U. S. Ph., 
etc., (White Precipitate);— 
ichich see also .' 

" oleate, — [15^^' Per-oxide] 

" " llO^iC " 1 


oz. .30 
oz. .25 
oz. .50 
oz. . 55 

oz. .30 

lb. l.GO 
lb. 1.75 

oz. .18 














' ' oxalate, ilercurous [Suboxide salt] .... 

" " Mercuric [Peroxide salt] 

" oxide, black, — so - called, — (Habne- 
mann's Soluble Mercury; Am- 
moniated Nitrate of Merciiry), 
— [Black Precipitate] 




















" " red, — U. *'. Ph. , — (^lercuric oxide ; 
per-oxide, — by dry proc- 
ess), — [Red Precipitate] . . 

" " " — ^levigated 

" " yellow, — U.S. PA. ,— (Mercuric 
oxide; per-oxide,— by icet proc- 
ess),— [Yellow Precipitate] 

cnry bi-chloride; — more powerful as a 

medicine.) 


























" oxy-sulpbate, (Yellow Sub-sulphate of 
Mercury, U. S. Ph.), see Mercurj', sul- 
phate. Mercuric, basic 










" palmitate, — [10% Per-oxide] 


oz. . 35 








" peptonized, —so-called, - licjuid and dry, 
— see Mercury, bi-chloride, pejjton- 
ized, etc. ; etc 









^When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



92 



JMERCK'S INDKX. 



Mercury, per-oxide, by dry process, see Mer- 
cnry, oxide, red, U. S. Ph.; and: do., 

do., do., levif,'ated 

" do., by xjoet process, see Mercury, ox- 
ide, yellow, U. 8.Ph 

" phenate (i)beiiyliite, ciirbolate), — accord- 
ing to Dr. K. Kcbadeck 

N.B. - Compare, also, remark under 
Mercury, di-phenate. 
" phenate, di-, see Mercury, di-pbenate. . 
" pbospbate. Mercuric [Peroxide saltj . . . 

" " Mercurous [Suboxide salt] 

" precipitate, lilack, (Hahnemann's Solu- 
ble Mercury), see Mercury, ox- 
ide, black, — so-called 

" " red, see Mercury, oxide, red, U. 
S. Ph.; and: do., do., do., levi- 
gated 

" " white, infu.sible, see Mercury, am- 
moniated, so-called, U. S. Ph., — 

inhisible 

" " do. , fusible, see do. , do. , do. , fusible 
" " yellow, see Mercury, oxide, yel- 
low, U. S. Ph 

" rhodanide, see Mercury, sulpho-cyanate 

" saccharo-albuminated Bi-chloride of, — 

dry, — see Mercury, bi-chloride, albu- 

mino-saccharated, etc 

' ' salicylate. — (Anew favored by recent 

syphilidologists.) 

" santoniuate {not santonate!), Mercu- 

roias I Suboxide salt] 

' ' sesqui-iodide, (Mercuro-mercuric iodide) 
" soluble, Hahnemann's, see Mercury, 

oxide, black, — so-called 

' ' stearate 

" stibiato-sulphide, see Mercury, antimo- 

nio-sulphide 

' ' sub-nitirate, see Mercury, nitrate, Mer- 

curous, basic 

" sub - sulphate, yellow, U. S. Ph., see 
Mercury, sulphate. Mercuric, basic. . 
" sulphate, Mercuric [Peroxide salt], 
neutral, — (Per - sulphate of Mer- 
cury ; sometimes impi-operly 

called " Bi-sulphate ") 

" " Mercuric, basic, (Turpeth Mineral), 
[Oxy-mercuric sulphate ; Oxy- 
sulphate of Mercury] ;— Yellow 
Sub-sulphate of Merc'y, U. S. Ph. 

" " Mercurous [Sxiboxide salt] 

" sulphide (sulphuret), hlack, -so-called; 
— [Merciirous sulphide, icith ex- 
cess of Sulphur ! ]; formerly : 
IT. S.' Ph.; -(Ethiops Mineral, 

Mercurial Ethiops) 

' ' red (Mercuric), — U. S. Ph. , ~ (Best 
Artificial Cinnabar; Vermilion). 
sulphite, Mercuric [Peroxide salt], neu- 
tral 

sulpho-cyanate (thio-cyanate; rhodan- 
ide) 

tannate, Mercurous (Suboxide salt], — con- 

taiuiu}^ '''""o '^^ Mercury 

tartrate 

thio-cyanate, see Mercury, sulpho-cya- 
nate 

thymol -acetate, see Mercur-Thymol, ac. 

ureated (carbamidated), — so - called, — 

see Merc, bi-chloride, carbamidated . . 



Containers incL 



OZ. 1.00 



oz. . 45 
OZ. . 45 



oz. 1.00 

oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 



.40 



lb. 1.00 



lb. 1.40 
lb. 1.50 



lb. .90 
lb. 1.30 

oz. .35 



oz. 
oz. 



.48 
.40 



^^-When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



IvlKRCK's Index. 



93 



Mercury, di-Phenyl-.— See remark under 

Mercury, (li-i)beiiato. 
Mercury and Ammonium, chloride, in- 
fusible, — Ph. G. II, — (Aninionio- 
cliloride of M. , Aiuidato-Licliloride of 
M., Mereur-amnionium chloride; In- 
fusible "NMiite rreci])itate), — see Mer- 
cury, ammoniated, so-called, JJ. S. 

Ph. , ^infusible 

" and do., do., ftisible, (Mercur-di-aui- 
luonium chloride ; Fiisible White Pre- 
cipitate), — Ph. Neerl.,— see do., do., 

do. , fusible 

•' and do., sulphate, (Te^ra-iuercur-Ji- 
ammonium sulphate; Di-mercur-am- 
mouium basic sulphate), [Ammoni- 

acal Turpeth] 

" and Antimony Sulphides (Black Sul- 
phides [Sulphurets]), see Merciiry, an- 

timonio-siilphide 

" and Arsenic Iodides, see Mercury, 

arsenio-iodide 

" and do, do., solution; U, 8. Ph., (Dono- 
van's Solution), see Sohitions : Arse- 
nic and Mercury Iodides 

" and Iron, cyanide, so-called, see Mer- 
cury, f erro-cyanide 

' ' and Potassium, cj'anlde 

" " " iodide 

" " " tartrate 

Mercury Amalgams : of Sodium ; of Tin and 

Zinc; and of Zinc;— see: Sodium Amalgam ; 

Zinc Amalgam ; Zinc and Tin, Amalgam . . 

MercTiry with Chalk, — [1 part of Purified 

Mercury: 2 of Prepared Chalk] 

Mesitylene, chem. pure 

meta-Chloral, see Chloral, meta- 

meta-Di-amido- benzene (-benzol), meta- 
Phenylene - di - amine] , hydrochlorate, see 

Di-amido-benzene, meta-, etc 

meta-r>i-oxy-toluene, symm. , see Orcin . . . 
meta-Nitro-aniline, see Nitro-aniUne,meta- 

Metal, fusible, —ace. to Eose 

" " Wood 

Methol, see Alcohol, methylic 

Meth-oxy-CafiFeine, see Methyl-oxy-Caff. 

Methyl, acetate 

" benzoate, (so-called "Essence of Niobe") 

' ' bi-chloride, — ace. to Richardson 

" cyanide, (Cyano-methyl), [Aceto-nitrile] 

" butyrate 

" formate 

' ' iodide, (Mono-iod-methane) 

' ' nitrate 

' ' oxalate 

" oxide, hydrated, see Alcohol, methylic . 

" phenate, see Anisol 

" salicylate, (Mono-methylic Ether of 
Salicylic Acid), [so-called ' ' Methyl- 
salicylic Acid, " or ' 'Gaultheric Acid"). 
— The principal constituent of Winter- 
green Oil 

" sebacylate 

Methyl Chloroform, (Di-chloride of Mono-chlor- 

ethylidene) 

Methylaf 

Methyl-amine (Amido-methane), chloride. . 

Methyl-aniUne 

Methyl-benzene (-benzol), see Toluene. . . . 
Methyl-glycocoll [-glycocine],fiee Sarcosine 



Oontainers incl. 



lb. 2.00 



oz. . 65 
oz. .75 
oz. . 45 



lb. 1.25 
15 gr. .40 



oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 



oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz, 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



.50 
.60 
.75 
5.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



oz. . 65 
oz. 2.00 



oz. 


1.00 


oz. 


2.50 


oz. 


3.00 


lb. 


2.00 





^e-When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



04 



NlERCK's Index. 



Methyl-oxy-Caffeine fMetb-oxy-Cafifeine) . 
Methyl-propyl- benzene (-benzol), para-, 

see Cynieue 

Methyl- Strychnine 

" hy(lro-i<Jtliito (hy(lrio(late\ oryKt 

Methylene Chloride (Bi-chloiiilc) Merck, chem. 

pure. — fDi-chlor-iiH'thauc] 

Methylene-proto-catechu-aldehyd, see Piperonal, 

chem. pure 

Mezerein, sioExti-acts: Mezeroon; aleo., etc. 
Microeosmie Salt, see Socliuiu and Ammo- 
nium, j)b()sphate 

Milk-sugar (Saccharum laetis; Lactose, 

Lactin\ cryst 

' ' powder 

" — U. S. Ph. , — recrystallized 

Milk of Sulphur, pnro, see Siili^hur, precipi- 
tated, pure, ('. S. Ph 

Mindererus's Spirit, so-called, see Solu- 
tions : Ammoiiiuui acetate 

Mineral Chameleon, (Chameleon Mineral), 

see Potassium, manganate 

Mineral, Cobaltum-, so-called, — (so-called 
"Metallic" Arsenic), — see Arsenic, 

cryst 

' ' Ethiops-, see Mercury, sulphide, black, 

— so-called 

' ' Kermes-, see Antimony, sulphide, red, 

— so-called 

" Turpeth-, see Mercury, sulphate, Mer- 
curic, basic, — U. S. Ph 

Mirbane Essence, 'Mirbane Oil), -so-called, 

— see Nitro-beuzene 

Mollin, pure 

Mollin Ointments,— with: — 

Acid, carbolic, — 3-55^^ 

" salicylic,— 3-5% 

' ' tannic, — 5%" 

Balsam, Peru-, —10"^ 

Birch tar, (Pix betiiliii), -10-20%- 

Creolin,— 1-2%.— (According to Prof. Dr. 
Esmarch, a Creolin ointment is prefer- 
able, as a gynecological lubricant, to a 

Corrosive-Sublimate prej^aration.) 

Chrys-arobin, — 5% 

Ichthyol,— 10-50% . : 

Iodoform,— 10% 

Mercury, " ammoniated, " (^Vhite Precip- 
itate),— 10%. 

" bi-chlonde, (Corrosive Sublimate), — 1% 

" metallic,— (Blue Ointment),— 33A% 

" —(do. do.),— 50?^ ? 

" red oxide, (Bed Precipitate), — 5% 

Naphthalene,— 10% 

Naphthol, Beta-, —5% 

Potassium Iodide, — 10% 

Kesorcin,— 10% 

Sozo-iodole 

Storax (Styrax),- 10% 

Sulphur,— 30-50% 

Thymol, -5"^ 

Molybdenum (Molybdajnium), metallic 

" oxide, pure 

Mono-brom -benzene (-benzol), [Bromated 

Benzene ( Benzol )|, (I'hcnyl Bromide) 

Mono-brom-ethane. see Ether, hydrobromic 

Mono-brom-naphthalene, Alpha-, see 

Naplitlialene, Al)iha-mono-bromatod 

Mono - brom - phenyl - acet - amide, see 
13rom-])hcnyl-acet-aiiiidc, mono-. . . 



Containers incl. 
15 gr. .75 



15 gr. 5.00 
15 gr. 2.00 

oz. .60 



lb. .50 

lb. .50 

- lb. .65 



lb. 1.00 



lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 



25 
25 
25 



1.50 
1.25 



lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 2.25 
lb. 2.50 



lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
11). 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
15 gr. 
oz. 



1.50 
1.50 
1.75 



00 
50 
25 
15 
25 
25 
00 
50 
25 

1 . 75 
.50 

1.00 



oz. 1.00 



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IvlERCK's Index, 



95 



Mono-ehlor-benzene (-benzol), [Chlorated 

Benzeue ( Benzol)], (Phenyl Chloride) 

Mono-chlor-ethy!ene Di-chloride, (Hyper-chlor- 

acet yl I 

Mono-chlor-ethylidene Di -xhloride. Bee Methyl 

Chloroform 

Mono-ehlor-hydrin 

Mono-chlor-tolueae (-toluol) 

Mono-iod-b?nzene (-benzol), [lodated Ben- 
zene (Benzol)], (Phenyl Iodide) 

Mono-iod-ethano. see Ether, hydro-iodic 

Mono-iod-metliane, see ;^Iethyl, iodide . . . 
Mono -methyl -catechol (Absolute [Medicinal] 

Guaiacol). see Guaiacol, chem. pure 

Monsel's Salt, see Iron, sub-sulphate 

•• Solution, see Solutions : Iron sub-sial- 

j.hate, r. S. PI, 

Mordant (•' Preparing-') Salt, see Sodium, 

staniiate 

Morplilne (Moi-phia, " Jlorphium " ), pure, 
cry si.,— Jlorphina, U. S. Fh 

" i^ure, precipitated 

" acetate, — C/: <S. i'A 

' ' arseniate (arsenate) 

' ' asparagate 

" benzoate 

' ' bi-meconate, see Moiphine, meconate. . 

' ' borate 

' ' caniphorate 

' ' citrate 

" ferro-hydrocyanate 

" formate 

' ' hydrobromate 

" hydrochlorate, cryst., — U. S. Fh 

" " powder, — Ph. Brit ". . . 

' ' hydrocyanate 

' ' hydro-iodate (hydriodate) 

' ' hj'po-phosphite 

" lactate 

" meconate (bi-meconate) 

" nitrate 

" oleate, solution [20 "^ Morphine] 

' ' phosphate 

" phtalate.— so 'wbfe in 4 paHs TFafe/-.— (The 
solution is very stable, and its subcu- 
taneous administration is reported to 
be painless.) 

" saccharinate (not saccha 

rate !) , 

" bi- 

" salicylate 

' ' sulphate, cryst. , — V. 8. Ph. , — hut soluble 
(as conforming to Ph. G. II) in 
\A:\ parts of Water! 

" " with Strychnine 

" tiinnate 

' ' tartrate 

' ' valerianate 

Morphine and Codeine, hydrochlorate, see 
Salt, Gregory's 

" and Iron Oxide, hydrocyanate, see 

^lorphiue, ftrro-hydrocyanatc 

MorrhuoL (Regarded as the active princi- 
ple of Cod-liver Oil.) 

Mountain-blue, artificial, see Copijer, car- 
bonate, blue ... 

" -green, artificial, see do., do., green . . 

Mucin, from Ijile 

Muira puama.— (the new Aphrodisiac), — see un- 
der Fluid Extracts 



True aalti of 

Morphine and 

Saccharin — 

which tatter tee I 



Containers incl. I 

oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 



oz. 1.50 


oz. 5.00 













^oz.vl 
[oz.v 
^oz.v 
Uz.v 
^oz.v 
i-oz.vl 



s.oz. 4.50 
s. 02. 4. 35 
S.OZ. 2 . 90 
s.oz. 6. 00 
s.oz.7.00 
S.OZ. 5.50 



Joz.v 
J- oz.v 

JOZ.V 
JOZ.V 
^OZ.V 

^oz.v 
Joz.v 



^oz.v 
^oz.v 

|0Z.Y 

ioz.v 
loz.v 
I oz.v 
|oz,v 



s.oz.6.00 
S.0Z.7.C0 
s.oz.6.00 
s.oz.7.00 
is.oz.7.00 
s.oz.7.00 
s.oz. 2. 90 
s.oz.2.90 



s.oz.8.00 
s.oz. 5 . 50 
s.oz. 4. 00 
s.oz. 3 . 75 
s.oz. 7 00 
s.oz.3.00 
s.oz.7.00 



I oz.vls.oz. 4.00 



\ oz.vls.oz. 5.50 



J oz.vIs.oz. 2 . 90 
\ oz.vls.oz. 3 . 50 
J oz.vls.oz. 3.50 
J oz.vls.oz. 3.85 
I oz.vls.oz. 4. 75 



15 gr. .28 



15 gr. 1.00 






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96 JVIERCK'S 


INDEX. 








Containers incl. 

lb. 5.00 

Joi.vl8.oi.4.00 

15 gr. 5.00 

15 gr. 5.00 








Murexid (Piu-i)urate of Ammonium), dry. . . 
Muscarine, uitrate 




















Musk-bags, empty 








oz. 1.75 
























. 














































• 






























































































































































































































" 































































































































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IVTerck's Index. 



97 



Naearat, see Carmine, piire, in lumps 

Napelline.— AlkiUoid from Aconitum najjel- 


Containers incl. 








15 gr. 5.00 








Naphtha, Coal-tar-, see Benzene, antbracic 
" Petrolenm-, see Benzin, petroleic. . . . 
' ' vitriolic, — so - called, — see Ether, sul- 






















" Wood-, see Alcohol, methylic 

Naphthalene (Naphthalin), crude 

' ' perf. white, cryst 










11). .20 
lb. .25 
lb. .25 

oz. .25 
oz. .25 

oz. 1.50 

oz. 1.25 
oz. 1.00 
lb. 1.00 


















" chem. pure, purified by Alco- I 

hoi for internal use and an- J crvst 








• tiseptic bandages ( powd . 

" Alpha - di - chlorated, (Alpha - Di - chlor- 
naphthalene), cryst. , ~ melting-point 
35° C [95 F] . . . .' 

" Alpha-mono-bromated, (Alpha -Mono- 
brom-naphthalene) 

" tetra-chloride . 






















Naphthalene Tapers 

Naphthalol, see Betol 

Naphtho-quinone (-chinone, -kinone), Al- 
pha- 

Naphthol, Alpha-, recryst., perf. white.— 
(Recently brought to notice as a veiy 

eflficient bactericide.) 

" Beta-, (Iso-Naphthol), purified 

" " " white cryst 












15 gr. G.OO 

oz. .40 
lb. .75 
oz. .25 
oz. .40 

oz. .60 




' 






















" " " " recrystallized . . 
" " " resublimed, — medici- 














Naphthol, Beta-, salicylate, see Betol 

Naphthol Tapers 
















Naphtho-salol, see Betol 

Naphthyl-amine, crude 

' ' pure, white 

' ' chloride 










lb. 1.00 
oz. .40 
oz. . 45 

J oz.vls.oz. 7.50 
^oz.vls.oz. 7. 50 
^ oz. vis. oz. 7.50 

I oz.vis.6z. 8 . 50 
loz.vls.oz. 7.50 
Joz.vls.oz. 7.50 
loz.vls.oz. 7.50 
Joz.vls.oz. 1.50 
i oz.vls.oz. 1.50 
^oz.vls.oz. 1.50 




















Narceine. pure 














" hydrobromate 

" hydrochiorate, Merck, chem. pure.— Pris- 
matic crystals, easily soluble in Alco- 
holized Water; chemically neutral salt, 
— answering absolutely to the for- 
mula: C23H23N O9.H CI.— (A valuable 
sedative and hypnotic, preferred to 
Morjihine, — especially in mental af- 
fections.) 

" nitrate 




















" sulphate 

" valerianate 














Nareotine, pure 

" hydrochiorate 














' ' sulphate 








Natrio- (Soflio-) Ethyl, see Sodium, ethyl- 
ate, etc., etc 








Natrium, Natrum (Natron), and com- 
pounds,- see Sodium, etc.; and. Soda, etc. 










Neriin. — (Hucoside from Neriiim Oleander 
L. — {Digitnldn^action claimed by Schmiede- 
berg. ) 










Nevirine, solution [25%] 

Nickel (Niccolum), double salts of, see 

"Nickel and — " (below!) 

" metallic, chem. pure 

" _[98_9«)%], granulated 

" —[98- 99%|, in ciabes 

" " sheet and wire i . 


15 gr. .45 














oz. 2.00 
lb. 1 50 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 2.00 



























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98 



IVEERCI^'S IKDEX. 



JSTiekel — (as a!>oue.'),-inetallic:-Aiiodes, cast 
or forged 


Containers incl. 

lb. 2.00 

oz. . 50 
oz. .75 
oz. .37 
oz. .25 
oz. .20 
oz. .50 
oz. 1 . 50 








Sizes of the Anodes in MiUimetres: 

(Bxlra «.'re» to order.) 
a: forged. b: cast. 

300x200x2 100x100x3 
300x200x1 150X 80x4 
200x100x2 200x100x5 
200X100X1 
" acetate 








" benzoate 








" bromide 








" carbonate 






' ' chloride ' 








" citrate , 








' ' cyanide 








' " hydroxide, Niccolous, see Nickel, oxyd- 
ulate, hydrated 








" iodide 


oz. 1.00 
oz. .25 
oz. .45 
oz. .25 
oz. .80 
oz. . 25 

oz. . 75 
oz. . 45 
lb. .60 
oz. .35 
oz. . 25 
oz. .35 
oz. .35 
lb. .GO 
oz. . 35 
Joz.vls.oz,4.00 






" nitrate, pure 








" oxalate 








" oxide, black, (sesqui-oxide) 








" " " chem. pure 






. 










" oxydulatc (prot-oxide), hydrated, [Xic- 
colous Hydroxide] 






" phosphate 








" sulphate 








" tartrate 








Nickel and Aramonium, chloride 








" " " citrate 








" " " nitrate 








" " " siilphate 








' ' and Potassium, sulphate 

Nicotine 














Nigrosine, — Water-soluble; and, Alcohol- 
soluble, — see under Aniline and Phenol 
Dyes : Black 








Nihil album, see Zinc, oxide, by drj' proc- 
ess 










Niobe Essence, so-called, see Methyl, ben- 










Niobium, metallic, pure 

Nitre, cubic, see Sodium, nitrate. . . . 


15 gr. 5.00 














" lunar, see Silver, nitrate, cryst 










pure, cryst 

" tabulated, see Potassium, nitrate, in 
Hat drops ... 


















Nitric Turpeth, see Mercmy, nitrate, Mer- 
curous, basic 










Nitro-aniline, meta- 


oz. 3.00 








Nitro-benz-aldehyd, ortho- 

Nitro-benzene (Nitro- benzol, Nitro-bcn- 
zidel [so-called "Oil of Mirbane," "Essence 
of Mirbane "]- (erro?ieow.s'Zi/ called: "Arti- 
ficial Volatile Oil of Bitter Almonds", — 
which latter see, under : Benz-aldehyd ! ) ;— 
light-colored 








lb. .GO 








: itro-glycerine Tablets, Martindale's — 
containing O.OIHir.r) gramme [0.01 grain] of 
Nitro-glycerino each, — in boxes of 48 or 9G 
tal)lets 








Nitro-phenol, ortho-, colorless crystals, - 
melting-point 115°C [239 F] 


oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.75 








" para-, yelloM-,— melt.-pt. 45° C [113 F] . 
Normal Solutions, titrated, (Test-solu- 
tions), see at End of List. 























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IVLERCK'S 


Index. 




99 




(Jcntainers incl. 


























































































































































































































Oil — so-called — of Vitriol; free from Ar- 
senic; — see Acid, siilijhuric, crude 

Oils, divers, (Olea varia) — [See, also: Essen- 
tial Oils, — after: "Oils, divers"!]: — 
-•Umond; expressed, — true 










lb. .m 
lb. .75 
lb. .35 








" " " recent, English. 








Amber; cnide 








anthelmintic, Chabert's, see Oil, Chabert's 
etc 








Asphaltnm 


oz. .50 
lb. 2.00 

lb. .40 








Beech, Eiirop. : fruit, (Beech-nut ) ; expressed 
Birch: wood; empyreumatic (crude), - [Birch 

Tar; Defru'tt, Daggett] 

" do.; -distilled from the above, — see 
Essential Oils: Birch 




















Cacao, Bee Butter, Cacao- 








Cade,— (Juniper Tar; Empj-reumatic Oil of 
Juniper-wood) 


lb. .50 








Chabert's anthelmintic 








Chaulmoogra {Ghmlmngra) [G\'noc!U-dia] 


lb. 3.50 
lb. 1.50 
oz. .30 








Croton:seed; expressed, —(Oleum Tigliij.. 
Egg-yelk (-volk), [Oleum ovi] ; recent 














empyreumatic, of Birch, see Oil, Birch . . 








" of Juniper-wood, see Oil, Cade. . 










' ' of Lignite, see Oil, Lignite 










" of Tobacco, see Oil, Tobacco 










Ergot; fatty,— expressed 


oz. .12 








ethereal, so-called; heavy, — (Heavy Oil of 
Wine), — see Oil, "Wine, heavy 








—so-called— of Fom, ( "Liquid Extract " or 
Oleoresin of Male Fern [Aspidium]), see 
Extracts: Llale Fern,— ethereal 










—so-called— of Fusel-, see Alcohol, amylic, 
primarv 











Haarlem, see Oil, sulphurated Linseed-, 
terebinthinated 









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100 



IVlERCKi's Index 



Oils, divera;— continued : 

Ht-nbauo - kavc'S (HyoKcyamiis) ; ^>y dipos- 
tiou, - [ Oleo-infusion of Ilyoscyjunns, Olc- 
nni cMchtm {inf^isum) Hyoscyaiui/o/iorum] 

Hfiibane-seod; expressetl, fatty 

Juiiii)er-woo<l; empyreumatic, see Oil.Cade 

Ligiiit«; cnipj-renniatic, — (Pyro- carbonic 
Oil), [Lif,'nite Tar] 

Mace, so-called, see Oil, Nntinef?; expressed 

— so-called of Male Fini, (( )leoresiii of As- 
pidium),ReeExtractK: JVIale Fern, ethereal 

— so-called — of Mirbane, (so-called "Es- 
sence of Mirbane"), see Nitro-benzeno . . 

Nutmeg; expressed, — (Nutmeg-butter), [so- 
called "Oil of Mace"] , 

Peach-kernel; fatty 

Persecot (Persico); — for preparing liquors. 

Philosophers',— (Oleum Philosophonmi) . . . 

pyro-carbonic, see Oil, Lignite 

suljjhurated Linseed- (Flaxseed-), — [Oleum 
Lini sulphiiratum] , (Balsam of Sulphur) 
do. do., terebinthinated; (Haarlem Oil; 
Dutch Drops), [Oleum Lini terebinthi- 
natum sulplmratum], (Terebinthinated 
Balsam of Sulphur) 

Theobroma, see Butter, Cacao- 

Tobacco; emi^j-reumatic, — U. S. Fh. 1870. . 

Wax; rectified, clear 

" " dark 

Wine; heavy, — (so-called "Heavy Ethereal 
Oil"), [Oleum Yini (rcthereum) ponder- 
osumj. — (Oleum cethereiim, U. S. Ph., is a 
50% [by volume] solution of this Oil, in 
Stronger Ether.) 

Wood-, — so-called, — ("East-Indian Wood- 
oil," or : "East-India Copaiva Balsam," 
— so-called); — see Balsams : Gurjim .... 

N. B. — See, also : — OUs, — so-called, — 
flavoring : (Apple- ; Fusel- ; Grapc- 
[ Cognac- ] ; Pear- ; Bum-), — after : 
"Essential Oils." 

Oils, Essential, see immediatelj- below: — 

Essential Oils, — (inserted in alphabetical 
place of: Oils, Essential), — [Olea ffitherea, 
volatilia, destillata], (Volatile Oils, Ethe- 
real Oils, Distilled Oils):— 

Abies, see Essential Oil, Norway Pine 

Absinthium, see Ess. Oil, Wormwood 

Achillea (A. millefolium), seeE. OU, Yarrow 
Almond, Bitter, see Ess, Oil, Bitter Almond 

Amber rectified 

Angelica, European: root 30fold 

animal,— Dippel's twice rectified 

Anise: fruit, (Aniseed) duplex 

" Star-, (Chinese Ajiise), [Illicium] : fruit, 

[Badiaue] duplex 

Arnica: flowers; true 

Artemisia maritima: flower-buds, — see Ess. 

Oil, Levant Wormsecd 

Badiane, see Essential Oil, Anise, Star-. . . . 
Balm (Lemon -balm) [Melissa], German; 

herb 

Balsam Copaiva, see Essential Oil, Copaiva. 

Bergamot: fruit-rind 

" do sesquiduplex 

Birch; distilled from EmpjTeixmatio Bh-ch- 
oil, — (which compare, under; Oils, divers) 



Containers incl. 



lb. .GO 
lb. .60 



lb. 


1 


f)0 






oz. 




40 


oz. 
lb. 


1 


50 
.50 



lb. .GO 



lb. .60 



oz. 


2 


.00 


oz. 




.50 


oz. 




.40 



lb. 5.00 



lb. . 60 
oz. 8.00 
oz. .40 
lb. 5.50 

lb. 4.50 
ioi.vls.oz.30.00 



oz. 1.25 



lb. 3.25 
lb. 12. 00 

lb. L.^iO 



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IMERCPc's Index. 



101 



Essential Oils, — (inserted in alphabetical 
place of : Oils, Essential), — continued : 


Containers incl. 
lb. 5.00 

lb. 3.25 
oz. 1.25 
lb. 3.00 
oz. . 50 
oz. . 75 








" " — artilicial, — free from Hydro- 
cyanic Acid ; — {not = Nitro- 
benzene ! ) ; see Benz-aldebyd 

Calamus (Sweet Flag): root (rhizome) 

" do duplex 

Carawav-seed' from Dutch seeds 


















" extra strong, — {(Jarvol) 






" sesquidujjlex 

Cassia-bark, see Ess. Oil, Cinnamon, Chi- 












Cedar, Red, (Juniperus virginiana), see Ess. 
Oil Eed Cedar 










Chamomile-fluwers, German; blue, true. . . 


oz. 3.00 
oz. 1.50 
oz. . 75 








" Eoman (English) 






















Cinnamon, Chinese, (Cassia Cinnamon — 
Cassia lignea) : bark duplex 


oz. 1.25 
lb. 3.00 
oz. .05 














" duplex 

— so-called — of Cognac, see Ether, oenanthic 














Coriander: fruit sextuple 

Cubeb : fruit 


lb. 2.00 
oz. 2.00 
oz. 1.25 
oz. 1.50 

lb. 2.00 
lb. 2.50 

lb. 2.00 
lb. 4.00 




















Cumin: fruit quadruple 

amygdalina, (Peppermint-tree), and vari- 
ous alUed species 

Eucalyjjtus globulus : leaves ; dextrogyrate 
N. B. — See, aho : Eucalj-ptol; and, Eu- 
calyptol, chem. pure ! 

Fennel : fruit 


















» 






" " duj^lex 








Gaultheria, see Essential OU, Wintergreen . 

Ginger: root (rhizomer, true 

Grape-marc (Vitis vinifera), — so-called, — see 
Ether, oenanthic 








oz. . 75 














Hops 

Illicium (Star-anise), see Essent. Oil, Anise, 
Star- 


oz. 4.50 














Juniper (Juniperus communis) : berries ; best 
" do.; do. . ... 20fold 


lb. 2.50 
oz. 2.00 
lb. .60 














Jumper (Juniperus communis) : wood 

Laiirel (Sweet Bay): fruit 

Lemon: fruit-rind 












oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 
lb. 2.25 
oz. 5.00 


















30fold 








Lemon-balm, see Ess. Oil, Balm 








Levant Wormseed, (Cina; Santonica ;— Se- 
men contra; Semen sanctus) : [thellower- 
buds of Artemisia maritima] 

Matico: leaves 


oz. . 25 
oz. 4.00 






















Milfoil (Millefolium), see Ess. Oil, Yarrow. . 




















ilint, Pepper-, see Ess. Oil, iPeppermint . . . 
" " Chinese or Japanese, -(Poho-oil), 
see Ess. Oil, Peppermint, Chi- 
nese; true 
















Mustard, Black: seed; true 


lb. 12. 00 

lb. 7.00 

lb. 1.73 
oz. f.,(K) 








" " — artificial, — (AUyl Sul^jho- 

cyanate [Thio-cyanate ] , — 

sjTithetically prepared ) . . . . 

Nom-ay Pine, (Norway Spruce Fir), [Abies] : 

shoots 














Orange: fruit-rind 30fold 









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102 



NlKRCK's Index. 



Essential Oils, — (irtserted in ftlphabetical 
place of : Oils, Essential),— continued: 

Pepper, Black 

Peppermint: herb double 

Peppermint, Chinese (Japanese) ; true, — 
[Poho-oil] ;— only iu ori5,dnal flasks 

Pine-needles (Leaves of Pinus sylvestris) . . . 

Pine-shoots, — (Oleum templinum), — see 
Ess. Oil, Pinus pumilio 

Pinus pumilio, (Hungarian Balsam tree): 

shoots; — [Oleuiu teuiphnum] 

«' sylvestris, see Ess. Oil, Pine-needles. . 

Poho-,'see Ess. Oil, Pepj)ermint, Chinese . . 

Red Cedar, (Juniperus virginiana): root . . . 

Santal, East-Indian: wood, (Sandal-wood). 

[Yellow Saunders, "\Miite Saunders] 

' ' "West-Indian: wood 

Sautonica (Cina), see Ess. Oil, Levant Worm- 
seed 

Sassafras: wood; true 

" " " double 

Savin : tops 

Semen cinse, (Semen contra; S. sanctum; S. 
sanfonici), see Ess. Oil, Levant Wormseed 

Spiraea ulmaria, (Meadow-sweet), see Acid, 
salicylous . 

Star-Anise, see Ess. Oil, Anise, Star- 

Sweet Flag, see Ess. Oil, Calamias 

Tans}-: leaves 

Templin (Pine - shoot), see Ess. Oil, Pinus 
pumilio 

Thyme : herb quintuple 

Turpentine 

" rectified 

" — Hydi-ochlorates of, — see Turpen- 
tine-oil, mono-hydi-ochlorate ; and, 
do. , di-hydrochlorate 

Valerian: root 

Yitis vinifera, (Grape-marc), — so-called, — 
see Ether, oenanthic 

Wintergi-een (Gaultheria): leaves, .rectified 

Wormseed, Levant-, (Santonica), see Ess. 
Oil, Levant Wormseed 

Wormwood (Absinthium): herb; true 

" do.; do lOfold 

Y^'arrow (Milfoil — Achillea millefolium) : 

flowering herl) 

Oils .so-caM,— flavoring: 

.\pple-, see Amyl, valerianate 

Cogn.'ic- (Grape-), see Ether, oenanthic .... 

Fusel-, see Alcohol, amylic 

Pear-, see Amyl, acetate 

Rum-, see Essential Spii-its: Rum,- — con- 
centrated 

Ointment, blue, (Unguentum Hydi-argj-ri ci- 
nercum, Ph. G. II), — [33^% Mercury] 

" do., duplex, — [50"^ Mercury] 

" " with Cerate of Nutmeg-butter, (cum 
Cerato Myristica?; cum Balsamo 
Nucistnc), — [oO^i^ Mercurj'] 

" " with Lanolin, — [50 ;'^ Mercury]. . 

" Chaulmoogra (GjTiocarilia), — [1 part of 

Chanlmongra-oil: 3 of Vaselin] 

Ointments ou Mollin (a new Ointment-base), 

s( e Mollin Ointments 

Oleandrin. Glncoside from Oleander (^'eri- 

uiii, ()., Linn('). — [Z>tyi.'a/i»-action claimed 

by Scluniedeberg. ] 

Olda fetherea ('■olatilin, desiillata), see Oils, 
ssential, [Essential Oils] 



CoDtainerd inc). : 
OZ. .50 




1 


OZ. 1 . 50 












lb. 1.50 












oz. . 75 


















lb. 1 00 






lb. 7.00 






lb. i.OO 


1 








lb. 1.00 






lb. 4.00 






lb. 1.25 




























1 


lb. 12.00 












oz. 1.00 






lb. .40 




1 


lb. .50 






oz. . 75 










oz. .50 










lb. 8.00 






oz. 2.50 






oz. 1.50 




















! 












lb. .GO 




1 


lb. . 80 




1 






i 


lb. 2.00 






lb. 2.00 











1 
1 





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103 



See likewise 

under 

Extracts. 



Olea eoeta (infusa), see Oleum coctum etc. . . . 

Olea varia, eeo Oils, clivers 

Olein, see Acid, oleic 

Oleo-inlusion (Oleol) [Olexiiu coctum {infu- 
sum)\ (if Henbane-leaves (Hyoscyamus), 

see uuder Oils, divers 

Oleoresins r 
Aspidhim (Male Fern), U. S. Ph., see Ex- 
tracts: Male Fern, — ethereal 

' ' —Ph. G. II, — see same, — free f r. Ether 

Capsicum, — U. S. Ph., — (Ethereal Extract 

o£ Guinea Pepper — of Capsicum fastigi- 

atuni) 

Other Ethereal Extracts, (Oleorcs'.ns): — 

13r<ayei-a (Kousso) 

Cauthaiides 

Cubeb 

Eucahi^tus 

Indian Hemp (Cannabis) . 

Kamala (Eottlera) 

Matico 

Mezereon 

Phellandrium 

Valerian J 

Oleum sethereum ponderosum, so-caUed, 
(Oleum Villi ponderosum). see Oils, divers: 
Wine; heavy. — [Oleum cethereum, U. S. Ph., 

— see remark after same.] 

Oleum coetiim (jji/usumiHyoscyami folio- 
rum, see Oils, divers: Henbane-leaves .... 
Ononin. — Glucoside from the root of Ononis 

spinosa — Kest-harrow 

OphioxyLLne. — Alkaloid from Ophioxylon 

serpeutiuum, — ace. to Prof. Bettink 

Ophthalmic Stone, so-called, see Cojiper, 

aluniinated 

Opianyl, see Meconin 

Orcin (Symmetxic meta-Di-oxj^-toluenc). — 
From lichens of the Kocella and Lecanora 

families 

OreUin, r d, see Bixin 

Ormosine, cryst. —Alkaloid from the seed of 

Ormo.sia dasycarjia 

" hydrochlorate, ci-yst 

Orpiment, see Arsenic, Yellow sulphide. . . . 
ortho-Amido-phenol, hytbochlorate, sec 

Amido-phenol, ortho-, etc 

ortho - Nitro - benz - aldehyd, see Nitro- 

Vienz-aldehyd, ortho- 

Osmium, metallic 

" tetr-oxide, see Acid, per-osmic, anhydr. 
Osmium-Iridiixm alloy, {Osm-bidium; Irid- 

osmium) 

Ostrich Pepsin, see Pepsin, Ostrich- 

Ouabain - [Cj^ H^gOjJ. —Crystalhzed Gluco- 
side from theOuabaio-tree — (an acpieous ex- 
tract from whose root and bark forms the 
arrow-poisoD otthe East-AfricanComalis). — 

[A heart-poison h j'podermically. ] 

Ox-amide 

Ox-aniline, ortho-, hydrochlorate, see Am- 

id()-i)henol, ortho-, etc 

Ox Gall, inspissated, U. S. Ph., (also called: 

Extract of Ox Gall), see Gall, Ox-. 

" " pnritied, dry, see Sodium, choleate. 

Oxide, magnetic, see Iron, oxide, black . . . 

Oxy-acanthine, j^uro 

" hydrochlorate ... 

Oxy-benz-aldehyd, ortho-, see Acid, salic- 
ylous 



Ccntainers incl. 



oz. . 75 



15 gi-. 1.00 



oz. 2. CO 



15 gr. 


3.00 






15 gi-. 


3.00 


15 gr. 


1.50 



oz. 2.U0 



15 gr. 1.50 
15 gr. 1 50 



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104 MKRCK'S 


Index. 






Oxygen Hydrate . . . ) 

Oxygenated Water, V see Hydrogen Per- 


Containers incl. 








Oxy-phenyl-benzyl-ketone (-acetone), see 










Oxy-toluol-tropinc, etc., see Homatropine Merck- 





























































































































































































































































































































































































































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Mkrck^s Index. 



105 



Palladium, metallic, — sheets or wire 

" do., — black precipitate, (Palladium 

Black [Mohr]) 

' ' chloride, dry 

" " solution 

' ' nitrate, dry 

" " solution 

Palladium and Sodium, chloride, dry 

Palladium Black, j see Palladium, metallic, 

" Mohr j — black precipitate . 

Pancreatin, pure, absolute 

" " active 

" " in scales 

" " — ■ solution in Glycerin, 

[l:10],-(Glycerolate [Glyc- 

erite] of Pancreatin 

N.B. — Compare, also: — 
Solutions : pancreatic. 

' ' saccharated 

' ' with Stixrch 

N.B. — See, also: Trypsin (the Albumen- 
solving constituent of Pancreatin)! 

Pancreatin-Pepsin 

Papaverine Merck: 

pure 

tiydrochlorate 

nitrate 

phosphate 

sulphate 

Papaw Juice, (Succus Caricaj Papayse), see 

Juice of Papaw 

Papayotin Merck, — from Papaw Juice; — pep- 
tonizes 2(10 parts of freshly expressed Blood- 
fibrin. — (Used with especial success as a 

solvent of diphtheritic membranes.) 

Paper, Congo-, (Prof. Kiegel's "Gastric" Test- 
paper), see Congo Paper 

" Wax- 

" Litmus-, red or blue, (red or blue Test- 
paper) 

" Turmeric- (Curcuma-), [yellow Test- 
paper] 

Papers, medicated,— for Ophthalmologj^, — 

see under Atropine and Physostigmine . . . . 

para- Acet-phenetidin, see Phen-acetin . . . 

para-Cotoin, see Cotoin, para- 

Paraffin, solid, — solidif jing-point 46-48° C 

[114.8-118.4 F] 

" do.,— sohdif.-pt. 52-53°C [125.6-127.4 F] 
" " " 56-58° C [132. 8-136. 4 F].... 

" " —Ph. G. II, —melting-point 74-76° C 

[165. 2-168. 8 F] 

" liquid, -Ph. G. n 

para-Globulin, see Globulin, para- 

Paraguay roux, see Tinctures: SpUanthes; 

compound 

Par-a!dehyd Merck, chem. pure, (absolutely pure), 

— of unexcoj)tion.il)le quality 

Parillin (Pariglin, Harsapiirin), see Smilacin. 
Parsley-camphor, see Apioi, solid, cryst., white. . 

Pear-oil, so-called, see Amyl, acetate 

Psarl-ash, see Potassium, carbonate 

Peiletierine (Punicine) preparations: 
Pelletierine, medicinal,— (Peiletierine and Iso- 

pelletierine)," — pure 

" " sulphate, pure 

" " — 10%'-solut. . 

" " tannate 

" " valerianate 



Containers incl. 

15 gr. 2.00 

15 gr. 2.00 
15 gr. 2.00 

Joz.vls.oz.8.00 
15 gr. 2.00 

Joz.vls.oz.8.00 
15 gr. 1.00 


































oz. .75 






oz. . 45 






oz. .85 






lb. 2.00 






oz. . 50 






oz. . 35 






oz. . 45 






|oz.vls.oz.6.00 
|oz.vls.oz.6.00 
|oz.vls.oz.6.00 
|oz.vls.oz.6.00 
|oz.vls.oz.6.00 
























15 gr. .50 










quire . 30 
quire . 75 
quire 1 . 00 






























lb. .20 






lb. .25 






lb. .30 






lb. .50 






lb. .60 


















lb. 2.50 






























15 gr. 2.50 
15 gr. 1.75 












15 gr. .75 
15 gr. 2.50 











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106 



Merck's Index. 






Pelletierine (Pnnioino) preparations,— con/tnued: 

Methyl-pelletierine. pure, oily li(iiiid 

Pseudo-pellctierine. pure, crystallized 

" hydrochlorate, white, cryst 

" sulphate, white, cryst 

Pentane(Aiiivl Hvdndei, cnide, see Eupione 
*«> Pepsin Merck 1: 1000,— <?i- ] ^1 
5L I (ieslsh>in)ihnes its weight | 
2 , Pepsin Merck 1 :1500,-(/i- | 
-^ ] (/esis 1 ")< H ) iiine/i its weight ( 
^ Pepsin Merck t:2000,-di- 
p. I gp'^f.t 'li^f^Uimes its weight \ 
Rjf All otiirr strrntffUs to order ! 

Pepsin, pure, soluble, in scales I —sirenffth corrrs- 
" " " granulated \ron(/iH<7/o/V(.r/.//. 

" " clearlysoluble. powder, Ph. G. II. . 

" pure, -solutiou iu Gly ceiin,-concentratei1 
" liyilrocblorate, clearlysoluble, — powder 
" " clearly soluble, — extract form . . . 

" vnth Dextrin, — yellow 

" " Starch, — white 

Pepsin, Ostrich- 

Pepsin Essence, — ace. to Dr. Liebreich, — 
ill orifj:iiial bottles 

Pepsin, Lacto-, (also called ' ' Lactated PeiJ- 
.siu"),— [sometimes mis-called "Lac- 

to-])eptine "J 

' ' Pancreatin-, see Pancreatin-Pepsin . . 
" Peptone-, etc., seePeptone-Pei3sin,etc. 
" Ptyalin-, see Ptj-alin-Pepsin 

Pepsin Wine, fViniim pepsini, — Ph. G. II) 

Peptone. so(t.from Meat. ( Pure Meat Peptones, 

" dry. " " 1 free from Par-albiimin 

[The above Dnj Meat Peptone answers 

to 7-8 times its weight of fresh meat.] 

" dry, from Albumen 

Peptone, bismuthated, see Bismuth, peptonized . . 

Peptone-Pepsin, i^hosphate 

" tartrate 

Peptone-Quinine, see Quinine, peptonized 

Pereirine. pure 

" hydrochlorate 

Petroleum Benzin I seeBenzin, 

" Naphtha j petroleic 

" Ether, see Benzin, petroleic, boil.-pt. 
m-m° G,—{Be7izimim, U. 8. Fh.) . . . . 

Peucedanin (Imperatorin) 

Phen-acetin ( para- Acet-phenetidin). —Color- 
less, iuodoroiis, insipid crj^stals, — readily 
soluble in Alcohol, less so in Water; melt- 
ing-pt. 132.5° C 1270.5 F].— (A new antipy- 
retic.) 

Phen-aeetolin 

Phen-anthrene. .' 

Phenetol (Ethyl Phenate [Carbolate] ; Ethyl- 
ic Ether of Carbolic Acid; Ethylo-phcnic 
[ Ethvlo - carbolic, Phenol - ethylic J Ether) 
— [also called: Salithol] 

Phen-oxy-Calfeine, see Phenyl-oxy-Caf- 
feine 

Pheno-Resorcin (-llesorcinol) 

Phenol (so-called ' ' Phenyl Hydrate "), see 

Acid, carbolic 

" camphorated, (Phenol- Camphor), see 

Camphor, ])heiiolated 

" iodized, see Acid, carbolic, iodized 

" salicylate, sec Salol 

Phenol-Cocaine, see Cocaine phenate 

Phenol Dyes (Conors), see under Aniline and Phe- 
nol Dyes 



ConUiiaerg incl. 

15 gr. 3.00 
15 gr. 2.50 
15 gr. 2.00 
15 gr. 1.75 



oz. 1.00 
oz. 1 .25 



oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



.60 
.50 
.40 
.30 
.50 
.50 
lb. 2.00 
lb. 2.00 
oz. . 75 

bottle 1.00 



.50 



lb. 1.25 
lb. 2.00 
lb. 3.00 



.50 



oz. .40 
oz. . 35 



15 gr. 3.00 
15 gr. 2.50 



15 gr. .60 



oz. 1.25 

oz.vls.oz. 4.00 
oz. . 50 



.50 



* See, also, page 167 I 



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IVIKRCK'S Index. 



107 



Phenol-Glycerin, see Acid, carbolic, —solu- 
tion in Glycerin 


Containers Incl. 








Phenol-phtalein, pure,— Ph. G. n 

Phenol- Quinine, see Qninine, i^henate 

Phenyl, bromide, see Mono-brom-benzene . 


OZ. 1.50 






















•• chloride, see Mono-clilor-benzene . 












" hvdrate, — so-called, — seeAcid, carbolic. 








" hydride, — so-called, — see Benzene, an- 
thracic, chem. pi;re, c rystallizable . . . 
" iodide see Mono-iod-benzene ... . 
















Phenyl-acet-amide,~medicinal.— see Antifebrin. . 

•' mono-bromated, see Brom-23henyl-acet- 


















Phenyl-aniine, see Aniline 

Phenyl-glucos-azone 

Phenyl-hydrazine, pnre 

•' hvdrochlorate 










15 gr. .60 
oz. 1.25 
oz. 1.00 

15 gr. .75 


















Phenyl-lactos-azone 

Phenyl-me thane, see Toluene 

Phenyl-methyl-ketone. (-acetone), see Hypnone. . . 
Phenyl-oxy-Caffeine (Phen-oxy-Caffeine). 
Phenylene-di-amine, meta-, hvdrochlo- 
rate, see Di-amido-benzene, meta-, hydro- 


















15 gr. . 75 














Philosophers' Wool, so-called, see Zinc, 
oxide, 1 )y dry process 

Phloretin (Phloretic Acid), cryst. — Frac- 
tional derivative of Phlorizin 










15 gr. .60 

^oz.vls.oz.3.00 

15 gr. .25 








Phlorizin (Phloridzin, Phlorrhizin). — Glu- 
coside from the root-bark of the Ajiple-tree 

Phloro-glucin (-glucol, -glucinol), chem. pure,™ 
free from i)i-resorcin; — melting-point 210° 
C [-110 F] 

Phosphine, so-called, see Aniline and Phe- 
nol Dyes: Yellow, Chrj's-aniline 

Phosphorus, amoi-phous (red) 

' ' vitreous (}■ ellow), [also called ' ' Crystal- 
lized Phosphorus"], — Phosphorus, U. 
S. Fh 
















lb. 2.25 
lb. 1 . 10 












" bromide 








oz. 1.50 
oz. . 50 
oz. .60 
oz. . 50 








" oxy-chloride 

' ' penta-bromide 

" penta-chloride [P Cl^] 
















' ' pent-oxide [P„ J , see Acid, phosphoric, 
anhydrous 








" tri-chloride [P CI,] 

" tri-sulphide, (Thio-ijhosphorous Anhv- 
dride), [P„R.,],-melt.-pt. 290°C [554 Fl 


oz. .50 

oz. . 75 

grain . 25 
grain . 20 
grain . 20 
grain . 20 
grain . 20 

grain . 15 
grain . 15 
grain . 20 














Physostigmine (Eserinei, chem. pure, cryst. 

- Alkaloid from Calabar Bean. . 


^1 














" hydrobromate, cryst 

" hydrochlorate, cryst 

" '■ nitrate 




















" salicylate, cryst., Merck, — U.S. 
Fh and Ph. G. II. . 








" " sulphate, white, Merck 

" " tartrate 













Physostigmine Discs, (Eserine Discs, Cala- 
bar Discs), - in tubes of 100 







' ' Gelatin, ( Eserine Gelatin, Calabar Gel- 
atin), — in sheets for 25 ai^plications . . 
" Paper, (KHerine Paper, Calabar Paper), 

- in books for 100 applications 

Physostigmine, Pseudo-, pure. — Alkaloid 

from Nax Vali, (l'seudo-(Jalabar Bean) 

Picoline, chem. pure 

Picro-podophyllin 










grain 1.00 

oz. 1.50 

15 gr. .50 

ioz.vls.(a. 5.0(» 












Picro-toxin 









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108 IMERCK'S 


Index. 






DitnpQpniriino UArn^rk-Mprrk nitrate crv^ 


Containers incl. 
15 gr. 3.00 
grain .13 
grain . 13 

grain . 07 
grain . 07 
grain . 10 
grain .07 
grain . 07 
grain 15 




■ 




Pilocarpine, pure 

" hydrobromate 

" tiydroctilorate. cryst, chem. pure, 
I'll c II 


(All theee preparation 

are perfectly pure, an 

free from Jaborine.] 




, 














" nitrate. crysL 

" salicylate 

" sulphate 

" tannate 
































Pink Salt, (Dyers' Salt), see Tin and Am- 








Pipei idine 


oz. 1 00 
oz. 1.50 

oz. .79 

15 gr. . 50 
15 gr. .50 














Pipcrine. pure 

Piperonal. chem. pure, (Methylene-proto-cate- 














" for perfumery,— also called Heliotropin. 
Plaster, adhesive, English, — spread, — in 






















" Ichthyol-, see under Ichthyol preparat. 

arge-plaster) 

" Mezereum-and-Cantharides-,— spread. . 
Platina etc see Platinum etc 


































Platina Black (Mohr), see Platinum, me- 
tallic black precipitate 










Platina Sponges, prepared and mounted 
for Hydrogen lamps. — {See, also : Platinum, 

Platinum (Platina), double and triple salts 
of, see {below): — "Platinum double 
Chlorides"; "Platiniam double Cya- 

"Platinum, divers doiible Salts"; — 

also: " Platos-amine, di-, sulphate". . 

" metallic, wire and sheets 


doz. 1.80 














15 gr. . 50 

15 gr. . 60 

15 gr. .60 
15 gr. 1.00 

15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. .75 

Joz.vls.oz. 6.r0 
i^ oz.vls.oz. 1 . 00 
^oz.vis.oz. 1.50 

15 gr. 1.00 

15 gr. .65 
15 gr. 1.00 

15 gr. 1.25 

15 gr. 1.00 

15 gr. 1.25 

15 gr. .60 
15 gr. 1.00 








" " spongious. — {See, also: Platina 

Sponges, for Hydrogen lamps. ) 

" " black precipitate, (Platina Mohr, 

Platinum Black) 

" cyanide, Platinous, (Platinum Cyanuret) 

" bi-chloride (di-chloride, — formerly callod 

proto- or mono-chloride), [chloruret], 

(Platinous Chloride) 








• 


















" iodide 








" nitr.atc 








" tetra-chloride (per- chloride, —/ormer/i/ 
called bi- or di-chloride), [Pla- 
tinic Chloride], dry 








" — sohation [1 : 20] 

" " " [1:10] 

Platinum double Chlorides: 
Platinum bi-chloride and Ammonium chlo- 
ride, (Platin-ammonium Chloride), 

— [PtClj. 2NII3CI] 

" tetra-chloride and Ammonium chlo- 
aide, (Platinum Sal-ammoniac), dry, 

~[PtCl,.2NH3Cl] 

" do do. do. do., cryst 
































" and Ammonium, chloruret, (Ammo- 
nio-Platinous chloride), cryst 

" and Barium, chloride, -ci-ystaUized 
with 4: molecules of Wat«r 














" bi-chloride and Potassium sesqiii- 
chloride, cryst 

" tetra-chloride and Potassium sesqni- 
chloride, dry .' 










" do. do. do. do., crj'st 









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IMKRCK's Index. 



109 



Platinum double Chlorides, — contbmed: 

Platinum uiiil Hoiliuni, (.■bloride, cryst 

" " " " dry 

" -tetr-amine ami Platiuum.bi-chloriile, 
(Platoso-di-amuioniiiiii Cliliiro-plat- 
inite), [Magnus's "Green salt"], — 

(Pt [NH3]^ Cl„. PtCU) 

Platinum double Cyanides : 

Platinum and Ammonium, cyanido, cryst. . . 

' ' and Barium, cyanide, crj- st 

" and Calcium, " " 

'' cyanuret ami Copper cj'anide, (Plati- 

no-cupric cyanide) 

" and Lead, cyanide, cryst 

' ' and Magnesium, cyanide, crj-st 

" and Potassium, " " 

" " " sesqui-cyanide, crj'st 

" and Sodium, cyanide, crj'st 

' ' and Strontiixm, cyanide, cryst. , — with 

5 molecules of Water . . . 

" " " do., do., — with 4 molecules 

of "Water 

' ' and Yttrium, cyanide, large cryst. . . . 
Platinum triple Cyanides : 

Platino - Ammonio - cyanuret and Cupric 
cyanide, (Platino-Ammonio-Cupric 

cyanide), cryst 

" -Calcio-Ammonio-cyanuret, cryst. . . . 
" -Potassio-Lithio- " " 

" -Potassio-Sodio- " " 

Platinum, divers double Salts: 
Platinum and Ammo- ~| sulpho-cyanate — f 

nium ! (thio - cyanate ; J 

" and Barium. ■ . • [ rhodanide), — I 

' ' and Potassium . J crj'st [ 

" " do., bromide, cryst 

" " iodide, " 

" cyanuret, (Platinous cyanide), and Po- 
tassium Chloride 

Platinum Black, | see Platiniun, metallic, 

" Mohr f black precipitate. . . . 

" Sal ammoniac, see Platinum double 
Chlorides : Platinum tetra-chloride and 
Ammonium chloride: dry; and, crj'st. 
Platinvun Sponges, prepared and mounted 
for Hydrogen lamps, see Platina Sponges. . 
Platos-amine, di-, (Di-platos-amine), sul- 
phate, cryst 

Plumbago, see Graphite 

Plumbum, and compounds, see Lead, etc. . . 
Podophyllin, Chem. pure ) Both yield a perfectly 

'< pypg Ph. G. II . f clear BOlut. in Alcohol. 

Podophyllo-toxin. — ace. to Podwyssotzki 

Polishing -powder (so-called "Putty-pow- 
der "), see Tin, oxide, grey 

Polygalin (Polygalic Acid), see Senegin .... 

Populin 

Potassa (Kali), caustic, chem. pure, Merck, see 
Potassium, hydroxide, chem. pure, IVIerck 
" do., — other grades and fcjrma, — see Po- 
tassium, hydroxide, etc. , etc. , etc. . . . 
" U. S. Ph., see Potassium, hydroxide, 

purified, in sticks 

Potassa, Anthraco-; and do., sulphur- 
ated; —see Anthraco-potassa; etc 

Potassa, antimonio-sulphurated, a-ude, 
(Liver of Antimony), (so-called "Unwashed 
Brown Oxide of Antimony "], (improperly 
called, also : ' 'Antimouio-sulphide of Potas- 
sium").— [Do., do., toashed, — SQenadpcuje!] 



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iViERCK's Index. 



Potassa, antimonio-svilphurated, icasued 
(lixiviated 1. [<'r.>cus (Salfidu^ of .Anti- 
mony; (.'rocus luetalloruui ],-—( so-called 
" 'Washed Bro\\Ti Oxide of Antimony"). . 


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]>liuratt d, crwlf. — ( preceding page .'). 
Potassa, eantharidated, see Potassium, 




Potassa, sulphurated, (Liver of Sulphur; 
Potjissic Liver of Suli^hur), [improp- 
erly called "Potassium Sulphide"], 
— crude; — for baths 


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" do.,-7)»»e,-from Pure Potassium Carb. 

Potassa with Lime, U. S. Ph., — (Poiassa- 
L'nne);-a!so: Vienna Caustic Powder; -avifZ; 
Filhos's Caustic:— see Potassium, hydrox- 
ide, with Lime: [1:1];— [2:1];— and,' [1:1| 

Potassa Alura, see Alum, potassic 

Potassa Prussiates: 

Red, pure ( see Potassium, fenid-cy- 

" cnninierci.'d, J anide, etc. , , 


























Yellow, chem. pure, ) see Potassium, feiTO- 
" commerc'l. >• cyanide, — U.S.Ph., 
' ' with Urea. . ) etc 










Potassio-Phtal-imide, see Potassium, imi- 
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" . metallic 
















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" " pimfied, white 

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" " " fused 












" " chem. pure 

' ' aceto-wolframate (aceto-tungstate) 

" a3thylo-siilphate, see Potassium, ethylo- 
sulphate ^ . . . 

' ' antimonate, pharmacopeial (Ph. Bor. YI), 
— [Washed (purified) Diaphoretic An- 
timony] , (so-called ' ' "White Oxide of 
Antimony, Ph. Bor. \1"; also c:dled: 
Calx Antimonii [StibLi] i: — [principally: 

K sbOj] ; 



















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" do., do., in troches (lozenges) 

" autimcmate, crude,— (Unwashed 13ia- 
phoretic Antimony), | so-called " Un- 
washed Uiaj^horetic Oxide of Anti- 
iiiouy "] 










" antimonate, pure by assay 

" antimonio - sulphide, — so-called, — set 
Potassa, antimonio-sulphurated, crude 

" arseniate (arsenate) 

" " piu-e 

" arsenite, crude 






























" " pure 

N. B. — Fowler's Solution, see Solutions : 
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" benzoatc 












" bi-Vjorate 




::: 


• 


" bi-carbouate (a<'id carbonate ), \n\re, 
cryst.,— f/: S. Ph. and Ph. O. XL 

" " chem. pure, crj'st 

" bi - chromate, chem. inue, ciyst., — 
U.S. Ph 
















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Ill 



Potassium, In - chromate, — (continued 1), — 

coiiunercial, cryst 

dc>. , do. , fused 

bi-tiiionde 

biu-oxalate, (Salt of Sorrel — Sal Ace- 
tosellas), [so-called "Essential 

Salt of Lemons "] 

" pure 

bi-phospliate 

bi-sulphate, (Hydro-mono-potassic Snl- 

pliate) 

" chem. pure, cryst 

" " " fiised 

" pure, cryst 

" " fused 

bi-sulpbite (acid sulphite), chem. jDure, 
cryst.,— abt. 87% of KHSOj); — 

readily soluble in Water 

bi-tartrate (acid tartrate), cryst., [Crys- 
tals of Tartar], (Purified Tartar) 
" powder, (Powdered Crystals of 
Tartar), [Pure powdered Tartar] 
' ' pure, powder, (Pure Cream of Tar- 
tar), — free from metals 

" chem. pure, powder I free from 
" do. do., crj'st., — U. >- metals and 

S. Ph ) from Lime, 

[ — conforming to Ph. G. II 

borate 

bromate, pure, — Ph. G. 11; —{perfectly 

pure: [100%]) 

bromide, chem. pure, powder, — Ph. G. II 

" cryst.,— U: 8. Ph. 

and Ph. G. II. . 

" " " disturbed crystals, 

—Ph. G. n. . . . 

bromino-arsenite 

" -salicylate 

cantharidate, (Cantharidated Potassa) . . 

carbolate, see Potassiiim, phenate 

carbonate, (Pearlash), [80-84% of pure]. . 

" [90-92"^ of pure] 

" [95-98% " " ] 

" twice puiified 

" pure,— U. S. Ph. and Ph. G. II,— 
from tlie Bi-tartrate. — {TId:; grade 
of Potassium Carbonate is also 
called: Salt of Tartar;— ?ioi to be 
confounded id til : "Essential Salt 
of Tartar "^ Tartaric Acid !) . . . 

" chem. jDure 

carbonate, acid, see Potassium, bi-carb. 
caustic oxide, chem. pure, Merck, etc., see 

Potassium, hydroxide, etc., etc 

chlorate, ciyst 

" powder 

" juu-e, crjst., — U. S. Ph. and I'h. 
G. II 

" " powder,- Ph. G. II 

chloride, crude, — [about 98%] 

" chem. pure 

chromate, yellow, chem. pure 

" " purified 

" " commercial 

cinnamate, — from pure Cinnamic Acid; 

— very freely soluble in Water 

citrate, pure, — U. S. Ph 

cobalti - cyanide, (CoVjalto - tri - potassic 

Tri-cyanide), anhydrous, — readily sol- 
uble in Water 



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Merck:*s Index. 



Potassium, cyftnnte 

" I yiiuiae, [about 2i}%], fused, ] piatgg 
" " [ " 40^^, " I 
[ " 450 ^ -• 



L 



or 



sticks 



50%], • 
L " 60%], ' 
" pure, [about 85%'],— m plates . . . 

" " " " — in sticks 

" [96 to 100%],— U. S. Fh... 

' ' cbem. pure 

ethylo-sulpbate (sulpho-vinate ) 

etbylo-thio-carbonate, see Potassium, 

xanthogenate 

ferrid-cyanide (ferri-cyanide), [RedPrus- 
siateof Potassa], (Potassio^erric 

cyanide, so-called j, —pure 

" commercial 

ferri-ftrro-cyanide, (Soluble Prussian 
Blue), see Iron, cyanide, Llue, — so- 
called, — soluble 

ferro-cyanide, — (Yellow Prussiate of Po- 
tassa), [Potassio-/errows cyanide, 
so-called], — chem. pure, — U. tS. 

Ph.... 

" commercial 

' ' with Urea 

fluoride 

formate 

hippurate 

hydroxide (" liydrate "j, [hydrated (caustic) 
oxide], (Caustic Potassa), chem. 
pure, Merck ; — an absolutely pure 
preparation, — free from Alumi- 
na, Silicic Acid, Sulphuric Acid, 

and Barvta 

' ' pure (piirif . by Alcohol), in sticks 
" << ( "' '< )^ initiates 

" purified, in sticks, — Fotassa, U. 

S. Fh 

" "in plates 

" "in drops 

" " dry, powdtr 

" with Lime, [1:1], powder, — Po- 
tassa cum Calce, U. S. 
Ph. , — (Potassa-Lime) 
" " " [2:1], powder, (Vienna 

Caustic Powder) 

" " [1:1], fused, (Filhos's 
Caustic; Fused Vien- 
na Caustic) 

lij-po-phosphite, — IT. S. Fh 

hjToo-sulphite, see Potassium, thio-sul- 

phate 

imido-phtalate, {Fotassio-Phial-imide) . . 
indigo - sulphate (sulph-indigotate, sul- 

pho-cerulate) 

iodate 

iodide,- f/". 8. Ph. and Ph. G. II 

iso-purpurate, chem. pure 

lactate 

lacto-i)hosphate (phospho-lactate) 

manganate, (Mineral Chameleon— Cha- 
meleon Mineral) 

methylo-sulphate 

molybdate (molybdenate) 

myronate 

nitrate, chem. pure, cryst. , (Refined Salt- 

?etre), [Prismatic Nitre] ,— t/". S. 
•A. and Ph. G. II 

" pure, powdered 



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Potassium, nitrate, — {continued!); — in flat 
drops, (tabulated) ; [Tabulated Nitre ; 

Prunella Salt] 

" do., with Zinc Chloride, fused; see un- 

d,er Zinc, chloride 

" nitrite, chem. pure, — in sticks 

" " commercial 

" nitro-prusside (nitro-prussiate; nitro- 

ferri-cyanide) 

" osmate, chem. pure 

" oxalate, neutral (normal), [so-called "sub- 
oxalate"), chem. pure . . 
" " " pure. — (Purity absolutely 
sufficient for photog- 
raphy.) 

N. B. — Other oxalates : — see Potassium : 
biu-oxalate; and, tetra-oxalate. 
' ' oxide, hydrated (caustic ). [Caustic Potassa] , 
chem. pure, Merck;— do., do., do., U. 8. 
Ph.; and others, — see Potassium, hy- 
droxide, etc. ; etc 

per-chlorate 

per-iodate 

per-manganate, pure, small cryst..— U. S. 
Ph. ; — conforming to Ph. G. II . 

" pure, large cryst 

" crude 

phenate (phenylate, carbolate) 

phosphate, pure, ciyst 

' ' II, purified 

phosphite 

phospho-lactate, see Potassium, lacto- 

phosphate 

plumbate 

prussiates, so-called, — Red and Yellow, 

— etc. , see Potassium : f errid-cyanide, 

etc. ; and, ferro-cyanide, U. S. Ph., etc. 

purpurate, Iso-, see Potassium, iso-pur- 

purate 

pjTO-phosphate 

quadro-oxalate, see Potassium, tetra-ox- 
alate 

rhodanide, see Potassium, si:lpho-cy- 

anate : 

ruthenate 

salicylate 

salicyli/e 

santoninate (not santonate !) 

seleniate (selenate) 

silicate, pure, dry 

" solution [10%-]. .. 
" " " ^sp. gr. 1.3 

' ' crude, solut. [30-33° Be] . . . 

" dry 

N. B. — See, also: Sodium, silicate. 

silico-fluoride 

stiinnate 

stearate 

stibiate: Ph. Bor. VI; crude; and, pure; 
— see Potassium, antimonatc : phar- 
macopeial (Ph. Bor. VI); do., do., 

crwle; and, do., do., pure 

stibiato - sulphide, — so-called, — see Po- 
tassa, antiuionio-sulphurated, crude. . 

succinate, neutral 

sulphate, (Vitriolated Tartar), purified, 

cryst 

" purified, powder 

' ' twice i)urified, cryst 

" " " ])owder . . . 



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MlERCK's Index. 



Potassium, sulphate, — (continued! ), — cliem, 
pure, crysi.,— U. S. Ph. and Pb. G. 11 

" do., do. do., powder 

" Kuli)liido, — so-called, — (Liver of Sul- 
phur), crude, for baths;— and, puri- 
fied,— Potassa sulphurata, U. S. Ph.; 
and, pure; —see Potassa, sulphur- 
ated, etc. ; etc. ; etc 

' ' Biilphite, normal 

" imx(i,-U. S. Ph. ....... 

" " acid, .see Potassium, bi-suljjbite. . 
" sulpho-carbolate (sulpbo-phenate, phe- 

nol-sulphonate) 

" " -carbonate (thio-carbonate). — [An 
anti - phylloxerin] . — (See, also : 

Potassium, xanthogenate. ) 

" " -cyanate(thio-cyanate;rhodanide), 

iniie, ciyst 

" " " commercial 

" " -iudigotate (sulph-indigotate ; sul- 
pho-cerulate), see Potassium, in- 
digo-sulphate 

" " -vinate, see Potas.siiim, ethylo-sul- 

phate 

" tartrate, neutral, (Soluble Tartar), [Tar- 
tarus tartarisatus — Tartarized 
(Tartarated) Tartar], — cryst., 
pure, — Ph. G. II, — Potassiitar- 

tras, U.S.Ph 

" " do., powder, pure, — Ph. G. II... 

" " acid, see Potassium, bi-tartrate, 

U. S. Ph.; and other grades. . . 

' • tellurite 

" tetra-oxalate (tetroxalate; quadro-oxa- 
late), [sometimes— wrongly — called: 

"Essential Salt of Lemons"] 

" thio-carbonate, see Potassium, sulpho- 

carbonato : 

" thio-cyanate, see Pot., sulpho-cj-anate . . 
" thio-sulphate (formerly called "hypo- 
sulphite") 

" urate, pure 

" valerianate 

" wolframute (tungstate) 

" xanthogenate (ethylo-) [An anti-phviioi. 
thio-carbonate), I V '/^ralTum?' 'iZ- 

<* ** JJ 1 pho-carbonate.) 

Potassium and Aluminium, sulphate, see 

Alum, potassic 

" and Amm.oniuin, fluoride; — readily 
soluble in Water. — (Emits 
fumes of Hydrofluoric Acid.) 

" " " phosphate 

" " " tartrate, (Ammoniated Soluble 

Tartar) 

" and Antim,ony, salts, see Antimony 

and Potassium 

" and Barium, chlorate, see Barium and 

Potassium, chlorate 

" and Beryllium (Glncinum), fluoride, 

see Peryllium and P., fluoride 

" and Bismuth, salts, see Bism. and P. . 
" and Cadmium, iodide, see Cadmium 

and Potassium, iodide 

" and Chromium, sulijhate, see Alum, 

chromic 

" and Cobalt, cyanide, see Potassium, 

cobalti-cyanide 

' ' and Copper, salts, see Copper and P. . . 
" and Gold, salts, see Gold and P 



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Potassium and Iron, cyanides, so-called, 
(^Ked and Yellow Pnissiate of Potassa), 
etc., — see Potiissium : fen-id-eyanidc, 
etc. ; — and, ferro cyanide, i'. S. Pk. ; etc. 

" and Iron, feiTO-cyanide, (Potassium 
ferri-ferro-cyanide ; Soluble Prussian 
Blue), see Iron, cyanide, blue, — so- 
called, — soluble 

' ' and Iron, — other salts, — see Iron, Mono- 
compounds; and, Iron, jSesqui-com- 
poimds, — (the latter embracing the 
U. S. Ph. Tartrate) 

" and liithium., tartrate, see Lithium and 
Potassium, tartrate 

" and Mercury, salts, see Merc, and P. . 

" and Nickel, sulphate, see Nickel and 
Potassium, sidjihate 

" and Platinum, double and triple salts, 
see Platinum double Chlorides; do. 
double Cyanides; do. triple Cyanides; 
and, do., divers double Salts 

" and Silver Nitrates, — mixed in U.-S.- 
Ph. and other proportions, — (IMiti- 
gated Lunar Caustic), see Silver, 
nitrate, dihited, etc., etc 

" and Sodium, boro-tartrate (tartaro- 
borate), [Tartainis boraxatus — Borax- 
Tartar; so-called "Soluble Cream of 
Tartar"] .- 

" do. do., do., — ii scales, — (Scales of Bo- 
rax-Tartar ; "Soluble Scales of Tar- 
tar ") ; — PERFECTLY SOLUBLE in \\'ater, 
[a property found wanting in other 
niakes !] 

" and Sodium: carbonate; and, sul- 
phate;— see Sodium and Potassium, 
etc. ; etc 

" and Sodium, tartrate, — (Tartarated 
[Tartarized] Soda; Soda-Tartar; Eo- 
chelle-salt, Seignette-saltj, [Tartanis 
natronatus] , — chem. pure, ciTst. , — 

r. S. Ph. and Ph. G. II '. 

do. do., do., — chem. pure, powder, — 

Ph. G. II 

and Strontium, chlorate, see Stron- 
tium and Potassium, chlorate 

and Titanium, fluoride, see Titaniiun 

and Potassium, fluoride 

and Zinc, cyanide, crjst. , see Zinc and 

Potassium, cyanide 

and Zirconium, fluoride, see Zirco- 
nium and Potassium, fluoride 

■ sodium, „„'l PlaU. g°™ efl' 

num, cyanide J •' 

Potassium Alum, see Aliim, potassic 

Powrder, Blood, see Blood, bullock's, etc. . . 
•' James's, (Febrile powder), see Anti- 

monial Powder, U. S. PL 

" Putty-, so-called, — (Polishing-powder,) 

— see Tin, oxide, prey 

" Tin, (Stanni pulvis), see Tin, metallic, 

pure, powder 

Po^vder of Algaroth, see Antimony, oxy- 

chloride 

Preparing-salt, so-called, — (Mordant), —see 

Sodium, stannate 

Primrose Yellow, see Aniline and Phenol 
Dves : Yellow 



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Propyl - amine, — 10- ^^ "] These des'ujnaiions 
solution, aqueous \ are frequently 

' ' hyilrocblorate f used erroneous- 

" sulphate J ly, ior the cor- 

resi)ou(ling ones of : " Tei-methyl- 
AjnNE," etc., — which see! 

Propylene, bromide 

Protagon 

Protein 

Prvmella Salt, see Potassium, nitrate, in 
tiitt drops 

Prussian Blue, ordinary, see Iron, cj'anide, 
blue, — so-called, ^ insoZwWe 

do. do., soluble, see Iron, cyanide, blue, — 
so-called, — solvjble 

Ptyalin, active 

Ptyalin-Pepsin 

Pulsatilla-camphor, see Anemonin 

Pulvis aerophorus ciim Magnesia citrica, 

see Magnesium, citrate, effervescent. 

N.B. — Compare, also: Do., do., do., 

granulated, tl. S. Ph. 

" Sanguinis, see Blood, bullock's, etc. . . 

" Stanni, see Tin, metallic, pure, powder 

Punicine (noi Manna-sugar, — which is some- 
times called "Punicin"; — hut: the Pome- 
granate Alkaloids ! ), see Pelletierine, etc 

Purple of Alumina and Gold, see Gold, 

Alumina Puq^lo of 

' ' Cassius's, see Gold, Tin-precipitate of. 

Purpurin, dry 

" paste, — free from Arsenic 

Putty-powder, so-called, — (Polishing-pow- 
dcr), - see Tin, oxide, grey 

Pyridine, cliem. pure,— boiling-point 116-118° C 

[240. 8-244. 4 F] 

' ' nitrate, cryst 

' * suljihate, cryst 

Pyro-catechin (Catechol; ortho - Di - oxy - 
Vjenzcne) — [Pyro - catechuic (Oxy-phenic) 
Acid] 

Pyro-gallol, see Acid, pyro-gallio 

Pyro-gallol-phtalein, see Gallein 

Pyrolusite (Native Per-oxide of Manganese), 
see Manganese, oxide, black, U. S. Ph. . . . 

Pyro-xylin, see Collodion Cotton 

Pyrrole (Pyrroline) 

" tetr-Iod-, see lodole 



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Quassin. chem. pure, cryst 

•• powder 

" purified, powder 

" '• dry, - siuiill lumps 

" sulphate, pure 

" ;icr. to the Frencii standard 

Quassin, Surinam, chem. pure, powder 

Quebracho Alkaloids: 

Aspido-spermine. cryst.. ace. to Fraude 

" " • sulphate 
Aspidos-amine, — afc to Hesse 

" " •• hydrcchlorate. 
Quebrachine, cryst.,- ace. to Hesse 

• hydroohio- 
rate . . . 

Quebrach-amine, - ace. to Hesse 

" '• sulphate 

Hypo-quebrachine. — aec. to Hesse 

" " " hydrochio- 

rate . . . 

Aspido-spermine, -pviTe, amorphous "1 § 

' ' citrate " I §• i 

" liydrochlorate " | -^ I 

" sulphate " J 7 

N. B. — These commercial (amor- 
phous) Aspido-spermines are not 
homogeneous substances. 

Quercit (Acorn-sugar) 

Quercitrin. — Glucoside from Quercitron- 
bark — from Quercus tinctoria 

Quevenne's Iron, so-called, see Iron, me- 
tallic, reduced 

Quinetum. (Quinio) [so-called "Mixed Alka- 
loids "—from Cinchona-bark], — pure 

" sulphate 

Qmnidiaie (5eto-Quinidine[-Chinidine], Beta- 
Quinine, Beta-Chinrne; Conchinine), 

— pure, cryst r 

" T)i-sulphate 

' ' citrate 

" di-hydrobromate 

" hydrobromate 

" sulphate, — Z7. S. Ph 

Quinidine, Alpha-, see Cinchonidine 

Quinine (Chiuine; Quinia; Alpha-Qninine), 

pure, — Quinina, U. S. Ph 

" acetate 

" iTj thy lo -sulphate, see Quinine, ethylo- 

sulphate 

" ammonio-citrate, see Quinine and Amr 

monium, citrate 

" anisated, (Anethol-Quinine) 

' ' antimouate 

" arseniate (arsenate) 

" arsenite 

' ' benzoato 

" bi-muriate, carbamidated (ureated), see 
Quinine and Urea, hydrochlorate . . . . 
'• bi-sulphate, U. S. PL, see Quinine, sul- 
phate, acid 

' ' borate 

" " — amorphous, — see Quinoidine, 

borate 

" bromate 

' ' camphorato 

" carbolate, see Quinine, phenate 

" chinate, and chinovate ; see Quinine: 

quinate ; and, quinovate 

" chlorate 



Onntainers ind. 

15 gr. .75 

J oz.vls.oz. 6.00 
A oi.vls.oi.4 .00 
\ oz. vis. 01. 3. 50 

15 gr. .50 
Joz.vls,oz.2.00 

15 gr. 2.50 

15 gr. 1.50 
15 gr. 1.50 
15 gr. 5.00 
15 gr. 5.00 



15 gr. 2.50 
15 gr. 4.50 
15 gr. 4.50 
15 gr. 1.25 

15 gr. 1.25 
15 gr. .75 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.00 



15 gr. .65 
15 gr. .35 



oz. 1.50 
oz. 2.25 



oz. .73 
oz. .70 
oz. .70 
oz. 1.75 
oz. 1.75 
oz. .33 



oz. 1.20 
oz. 1.20 



oz. 1.50 
oz. 1 . 35 
oz. 1.25 
oz. 1.50 
oz. 1.25 





oz. 


1 


40 


oz. 
oz. 


1 
1 


50 
50 





oz. 2.00 







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JVlERCK's Index. 



119 



Quinine — [continued !), — cinnamate (cinna- 
niylate) 


Containers incl. 
OZ. 2.00 

OZ. 1 . 05 














" " with Ammonium Citrate, — true 
double salt ! — see Quinine and 
Ammonium, citrate 








" " with Pyro-phosphate of Iron. . . . 
" citrico-hvclr chlorate, see Quinine, hy- 


oz. .50 














' ' dirhvch-obromate, (^ readily solu- J . ... 
' ' di-hydrochlorate, \ ble iu^^ ater. | . - . 

' ' ch-hydro-iodate (di-hydriodate) 

" ethylo-sulphate (sulpho-vinate) 

" ferri-ar.seniate (-arsenate) 


OZ. 1.25 
oz. 1.50 
oz. 2.00 
oz. 1.25 
oz. 2.00 
oz. 1 . 50 
oz. 3.00 

oz. .27 

oz. .28 
oz. .28 
oz. .28 
oz. .28 
oz. .35 
oz. .40 
oz. . 45 
oz. . 50 
















































" -citrate,— Ph. G. II,— [y-10;'„" of an- 
hydrous Quinine] ; — free 








" " " —Ferri et Quininoi citras, 
U. S. Ph., -[12% of anhy- 
drous Quinine] 

" — Ph. Xeerl.;[13','i( anh. Q.] 
" -Ph. Brit... [13. 7% " " ] 
" -Ph. Ross.. [13. 4% " " J 

" green [10% " "] 

" " " " [15% " " ] 

" " " " [20% " "] 

" " " " [25% " "] 

" with Strychnine, see under 
Strvchuiue 
























































" " -hydrochlorate (f erri-muriate) 

" " -hvdrocyanate 


oz. 2.50 
oz. 1.50 
oz. 1.55 
oz. 1.55 
oz. 1.50 












" " -hypo-phosphite 








" " -iodide 








" " -lactate 








" " -muriate, see Quinine, ferri-hydro- 
chlorate . 








" " -sulphate 

" " -tannate . . . 


oz. 1.50 
oz. . 75 
oz. 1.25 
oz. 1.30 
oz. 1.75 
oz. 1.00 
oz, . 95 












" " -tartrate 






" " -valerianate, — [33^% Quinine] ... . 
' ' formate . 














" hvdrobromate, — U. S. Ph 








' ' hydrochlorate (muriate), cryst. ,-U. S. Fh. 

" " — amorphous, — see Quinoidine, 

hvdrochlorate 














" " muriato - ureated {-carhanddaied), 
see Quinine and Urea, hydro- 
chlorate 










" hydrochloro-citrate, (citiico-hydi-ochlo- 
rate), cryst. — A true double salt, — 
slightly soluble in Water; more easily 
in Alcohol 


oz. 2.50 
oz. 4.00 
oz. 1.25 




, 




" hydrofiiiorate 








" hydro-iodate (hydriodate) 

' ' hydro - silico - liuorate. — White micro- 
scopic crj-stais; little soluble in Alco- 
hol; very readily soluble in Water. . 














" hypo-phosiDhite 

' ' iodate 


oz. 1.55 
oz. 2.00 














" kinate, and kinovate; see Quinine: qui- 

nate; and, quinovatc 

" lactate 








oz. 1.3o 
oz. 2.00 








" lacto-phosphate (phosi)ho-lactate) 








" muriate, see Quinine, hydrochlorate. . . 








' ' nitrate 


oz. 2.00 
oz. .75 

oz. 1.75 








" peptonized, (Peptone-Quinine) 

' ' phenate (plienylate, carbolate), [Phenol- 
Quinine] 















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120 



IVIERCK'S INDKX. 



Quinine— (confinu€<i.'),— phosphate 

' ■ phospho - lactate, see Quinine, lacto- 


Containers in;:!. 

OZ. 1.25 














" phtalate. — Light, translucent scales; 
perfectly soluble in 2 parts of 5)5-% 
Alcohol;— this solution, ^vith proper 
care, is dilutable by Water.— Melting- 
l)oint 70° C [158 F] 


oz. 2.00 
oz. 2.1H) 
OZ. 3.(K) 
oz. 3.00 








' ' picrate 

" quinate (chinate, kinate) 

" quinovate (chinovate, luuovate) 

" saccharinate (not saccha- ) Tru,iaii,n!ci»Mne 

rate ! ) Y a"'! _Snc. Imrii. - 




























oz. 1.10 
oz. 6.00 
oz. 1.50 








" santoninate (not santonate!) 

" stearate (stearinate) 

" stibiate, see Quinine, antimonate 




















, oz. 1.75 
1 [ Regarding 
\ prices, tee re- 
mark on page 
158 IJ 

oz. .65 
oz. . 55 
oz. 2 . 00 








" sulphate, pure, neutral. — Zimmer's : — in 

V,6-. V8-. '/4-. Vo-. '■^^'■^ 1-OZ- 

vials; ami in 1-, 5-, 10-, 25-, 50-, 








" " chem. pure, — {7. S. PA.,— made 

from the 13i-sulphate 

" sulphate, acid, (bi-sulphate,-6'l^'.P/i.),- 

about 60% Quinine] 

•' BU pho - carbolate (phenol - sulphonate, 

sulpho-phenate), cryst , 

" siilpho-vinate, see Quiniae, ethylo-sul- 

phate 

' * sulphurico-tartrate (tartarico-sulphate) . 


























oz. 2.00 
oz. . 55 
oz. . 75 
oz. 1.00 














"• Ph. G. I, — [20% pure Quinine]. . 

" tartarico-sulphate, see Quinine, sul- 
phurico-tartrate 

' ' tartrate, cryst 

" thymate 




















oz. 1.25 
oz. 5.00 
oz. 2.50 

oz. 1.30 




















" valerianate,— f/: S. PA.,— large cryst.; 








nio-citrate of Quinine), — true double 
salt. — Slightly soluble in Water; more 

easily so in Alcohol 

" and Urea, hydrochlorate, (TJreated 
[carbamidated] Di-hydrochlorate of 
Quinine; Muriato-carbamidated Hy- 








oz. 2.00 








Quinine - Iron salts, see "Qiainine, fer- 

ri ," etc., — (above!) 

Quinine, Anethol-, see Quinine, anisated . . 

" Peptone-, see Quinine, peptonized. . . . 

" Phenol-, see Quinine, phenate. 

Quinine, amorphous, true, see Quinoidine . 

" do., so-called, see Quinium Labarraque 
Quinine, Alpha-, see Quinine 

" Beta-, see Quiniduie 

Quinine-flower (Quinine Plant), so-called; 

— Glucoside from, — see Sabbatrn 

Quinio,— and do., sulphate,— see Quinetum, 

etc • • ■ • 















































































Quinium Labarraque, (Chinium), [Alco- 
holo-calcic Extract of Cinchona-bark; — so- 


oz. .75 
oz. .15 
oz. .16 






- [ Tr\ie Amoqjhous Quinine] , — pure . 

" chem. pure, -Ph. G. II; — the so-called 

'^Chinoidinum" of the U. S. Ph. .... 













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121 



Qviinoidme — (as above !), —borate, (Borate of 
Amorphous Quinine) 


Containers incl. 

OZ. . 35 
oz. .30 

oz. .50 
oz. . 25 
oz. .30 














' ' hydroclilorate, (Hydrochlorate of Amor- 
phous Quimne) 

" sulphate, dry 






















Quino-iodine (Chino-iodine — Chino-iodi- 
man .'). — [Do not confound with : Quinoidine, 

— (above!).] 

Quinoline. (Quinoleine; Chinoline, Chinoleine) — 
[Leucoline, Leucol] ,— synthetical 
(= medicinal !),— chem. pure ;— boiling- 
point 230-23'4'' C ['i46-453.2 F] 

" — synthetical {= medicinal!), — pure . . . 








oz. 1.50 
oz. . 50 
oz. 1.00 
oz. .75 
oz. .85 
oz. 1.50 
oz. 1.00 
oz. 1.50 
oz. 1.00 

oz. . 50 




















" ferri-citrate,— [10%] 

" " -[20%] 

" " salicylate 

" " sulphate 

" " tflTinntp! 






































" " tartrate, pure, perf. white,— non- 
deliquescent 

Cyanine 














Quinoline-Hydro-quinone (Chinoline-Hydro-chi- 

none), cryst ^ 

" -Resorcin (Chinoline-Resorcin) 


oz. 3.00 
oz. 2.50 

oz. 5.00 














Quinone (Chinone) [Benzene-(Benzol-, Ben- 

zo-)Quinone] — (Chinoyl) 

Quinone Hydride, see Hydro-quinone 

N. B. — Other Cinchona derivatives than above 
named under "Q", — see Cinchonidine, 
Cinchonine; — see, also: Acid, quinic; do., 
quino-picric ; do., quinovic. — (Also: some 
satis of these Acids, — under the names of 
the Metals or Radicles of their respective 
bases.) 







































































































































































































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122 



JVlERCK's Index. 



Reagent Papers, see Paper, etc 

Realgar, see Arsenic, Keel sulpliide 

Kegulus of Antimony, see Antimony, me- 
tallic 

Rennet - powder, I, — (coagulates 100,000 

parts of milk) 

" II, -(i-oaL;nliitt's 20,000 parts of milk) . . 

Rennet Wine, {Liquid Bennet), [Litpior se- 

ripanis; so-called "Essence" of "Whey] . . . 

Resineon 

Resins (llesinne): 

Brjiyera, see Resin, Koxisso 

Copaiva, — (Balsamum coijaivae siccvim), 

[Crude Copaivic Acid] 

Indian Hemp, (Cannabis indica) 

Jalap, — brown: from the triie root (Tuber 
of IpouKEa purga [Exogoniiim pur- 
gal); — consists piincipally of Convol- 

vulin — {which see also!) 

" — do.: as above,— Ph. G. II 

' ' —white : from the t7'ue root; — {the pure 

Glucoside!): — see Convolvulin 

" — brown: from the light root (Orizaba 
root; Male [Fusiform] Jalap, — from 
Convolvulus orizabensis) ; — consists 
jirincipally of Jalapin — [which see 

also!] 

' ' — white : from the light root ; — {the pure 

Glucoftide !) :— see Jalapin 

Kamala (Glandulie E.ottlera3 tinctorial) .... 
Kava-Kava(Ava), [Radix macropiperis], Alpha- 

" Beta- 

' ' hotk the above mixed, in proportion as 

contained in the root 

Kousso (Koosso, Cusso) [Bray era] : flowers 
Mezereon (Daphne mezereum - Spurge 

Olive) : bark 

Quebracho bianco, (White Quebracho): bark 
Scammony: root, — Ph. G. I; — consists es- 
sentially of Scammonin — {ichich see 
also! — and which is identical with 

Jalapin) 

" do., — white; (</ie pure Glucoside!), — in 
sticks or powder, — see Scammonin . 

Spurge OUve, see Resin, Mezereon 

Sumbuli-root (Musk-root) 

Turpeth-root, — (=: TuqDethin) 

Veratrum, Green, (Indian Poke), [American 

Green Hellebore] 

Resorcin, (Resorcinol), [meta-Di-oxy-bcnzene], 

chem. pure, cryst., perfectly white 

" chem. pure, resublimed, perfectly white. . . 
" chem. pure, impalpable powder, — for dry- 
spray atomization. — (Escharotic inha- 
lant.) 

Resorcin, di-, see Di-resorcin 

Resorcin, Pheno-, see Pheno-Resorcin . . 

Resorcin-phtalein, see Fluorescin 

" -phtalin, see Fluorescin 

Rhabarbarin, | ^ t>i i i, .-. * 

T-,!. • - see under KliubarDconatituents 

Rhein \ 

Rhodium, metallic 

Rhubarb (Rheum) constituents : 

Erythro-retin (Rhabarbarin) 

Rhein, cryst., — {True Chrysophanic Acid; 

Rheic Acid), [Rhubarb Yelloio] 

'N.B.— So-called "Medicinal Chrysophanic 
Acid," see Chrys-arobin. 
Bicinine 



C!ont«iners incl. 




































oz. .35 












lb. 1.25 




j 


oz. 1.00 






oz. . 35 






oz. . 50 






















oz. 1.00 






15 gr. .50 

15 gr. . 25 

15 gr. .40 
oz 3 00 


















oz. 1 50 




oz 3 50 
























oz 3 50 






oz. 1 50 






oz 2 00 






oz. 30 












oz. 85 


































15 gr. 5.00 
15 gr. .50 
15 gr. 1.50 



















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123 



Rochelle (Seignette) Salt, see Potassium 

and Sodium, tartrate, U. S. Ph.; etc 

Bos-aniline, hydrate 

' • acetate 

' ' hydrochlorate 

' ' iodide •. 

Ros-aniline-sulphonate of Sodium, see 

Sodium, ros-aniline-sulphonate 

Kos-aurin, see Acid, rosolic 

Rotoin, — from Japanese Belladonna, (Sco- 

polia japonica) 

Rubidium, metallic, pure 

" bi-tartrate, cryst 

" chloride 

■' iodide 

" sulphate 

Rubidium and Caesium, chloride, see 

Caesium and Eubidium, chloride 

Rubidium Alum, see Alum, rubidic 

Rubigo, see Iron, oxide, brown, pure 

Ruthenium, metallic 



Containers incl. 



oz. 


.75 


oz. 


.75 


oz. 


.75 







15 gr. 2.50 
15 gi-. 20.00 
15 gr. . 75 
15 gr. . 50 
15 gr. 1.00 
15 gr. .65 



15 gr. 5 . 50 



C^'' Reagents, Merck's guaranteed. -/or analy- 
ses ; — see page 155 ! 



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124 



AdERCK'S INDEX. 



Sabeulilline, pure 

" siilpbftte - . . 

Sabbatin. — Glncoside from Hfibbatda Elliot- 
tii— the so-called "Quinme Plant," or "Qui- 
nine-flower" 

Saccharated Iron, so-called, see Iron, oxide, 

red, saccharated 

" Iron-salts, divers, see references under : 

Sugar, ferruginated; or under: Iron, 

saccbarate; or under: Iron-Sugar .... 

" metallic Salts, divers, see under the 

names of the respective metals 

Saccharin Fahlberg, {not a Carbo-hydrate, 
but : ortho - Sulph - amine - benzoic Anhy- 
dride!). — [Kon-fermentable sweetening agent, 
of 28U-fold the intensity of Cane-sugar. ] - 
(Anti-zymotic; — of high imjiortance in dia- 
betes, gastric disorders, etc. ) 

|^"N. B. — See, also: the Saccharinates and 
Bi-saccharinates of Morj^hine, Qiiiniue, 
and Strychnine, {under these Alkaloids). 
— Those true Salts — lud to be confounded 
■with Sugar-compounds [so-called "Sac- 
charates"]! — are useful when the taste 
of bitter Alkaloids is to be disguised. 
Saeeharum Carnis, (ileat-sugar), see Inosit 

" Lactis, see Milk-sugar 

' ' Mannae, see Mannit 

" Plumbi {Satu7-ni), see Lead, acetate, 

normal, U. S. Ph.; and other grades. . 

" Seminis Quereus, (Acorn-sugar), see 

Quercit 

" uveum {amylaceum), see Grape-sugar. . 
N.B. — Other Sacchara, see under Sugar. 

SafBower Carmine 

Saffron (Crocus) of Antimony, [Crocus 
inctixllorum] , see Potassa, antimonio- 

sulphurated, vMshed 

' * of Iron, (Crocus martis), — aperient, — see 
Iron, oxide, brown, (so-called 

sub-carbonate) 

" " " — astringent, — see Iron, oxide, 

red, anhydrous 

Safranine, see under Aniline and Phenol 

Dyes: — lied; and. Yellow 

Safrol, sp. gr. 1.1U8 

Sal Acetoaellae, see Potassium, bin-oxalate. 
" amarum, see Magnesium, sulphate, U. 
S. Fh. ; and other grades and forms . . . 
" ammoniacum, see Ammonium, chlo- 
ride, U. S. P/i.;and various other kinds 
Sal Soda, see Soda, carbonate, neutral, U. S. 

Ph.s ; and other grades and forms 

Sal, etc., — other than above, — see Salt, etc. . . 

Salicin,— U. S. Ph 

Salicyl-Resorcin-ketone (-acetone), [Tri- 

oxy-benzo-phenone] 

SaUcylal (Salicylol) [Salicyl Hydride; Sali- 
cylic Aldehyd], see Acid, salicylous 

Saiigenin (ortho-Oxy-benzylic Alcohol ; Sa- 
licylous Alcohol) 

Sali-naphthol, see Betol 

Salithol, see Phenetol 

Salol (Phenylic Ether of Salicylic Acid; Sa- 
licylate of Phenol) 

Salt, Dyers', (Pink Salt), see Tin and Ammo- 
nium, chloride 

" Epsom, see Magnesixim, sulphate, U. S. 
Ph.; and ot her grades and forms .... 



Containers incl. 
15 gr. .75 
15 gr. .75 



15 gr. 1..^0 



oz. 1.25 



oz. 2 . 50 



lb. l.UO 



lb. 2,75 
15 gr. . 75 



15 gr. .50 



oz. .40 



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125 



Salt, Figuier's, of Gold, see Gold and So- 
ciiuui, chloride, cryst 


Containers incl. 








" Glaubers, see Soilium, siili)biite, U. S. 
Ph.; and other gi-ades and forms .... 


, 








" Gregory's, (Hydrochlorate of Moiiihine 

and Codeine) 

" Karlsbad thermal, artificial, large cryst. 


1 02.vls.oz. 5 . 00 
lb. .12 
lb. .12 
lb. .25 
lb. 1.75 

lb. .12 












" " " " small cryst. . . . 








" dry,— Ph. G. II. 






" " " tnie 








" Kreioznach, (the German " Kreuznacher 
Mutterlaugensalz ") 








" Magnus's "green," see Platinum dou- 
ble Chlorides: Platinum -tetr-amine 
and Platinum, bi-chloride 








" microcosmic, see Sodium and Ammo- 
nium, phosphate 










" Monsel's, see Iron, sub-sulphate 








" mordant, see Sodium, stannate 








" i^ink (Dyers'), see Tin and Ammonium, 
chloride 










•' preparing-, so-called, — (Mordant Salt), 
see Sodium, stannate 










" Prunella, see Potassium, nitrate, in flat 
drops 










" Rochelle (Seignetie), see Potassium and 
Sodium, tartrate, U. S. Ph. ; etc 










Salt of Amber, volatile, see Acid, succinic 










" of Gold, Figuier's, see Gold and So- 
dium, chloride, crvst 










" of Lemons,— Essential,— (so-called), 
— see Potassium, bin -oxalate; etc.; 
— and also: tetra-oxalate 








' ' of Sorrel, see Potassium, bin-ox<alate . 










" of Tartar, see Potassium, carbonate, 
pure, U. S. Ph. ; and other grades .... 

" of Tartar,— Essential,— see Acid, tar- 
taric, U. S. Ph.; and other kinds .... 


















" of Tin, — so-called, — anhydrous, see 
Tin, chloride 










Saltpetre, refined, see Potassium, nitrate . . 








• ' Soda-, see Sodium, nitrate 




^ 






Sanguinarine, pure 


15 gr. 1.00 
15 gi-. 1.00 
15 gr. 1.00 




' ' nitrate 






' ' sulphate 






Sanguis Tauri (Bovis) siccus pulveratus, see 
Blood, bullock's, etc 










oz. .85 

oz. .45 
oz. .45 









Santonin,— [7. 6'. P/i., —(Anhydride of San- 
toninic [not Santonic !] Acid) ; — 

[CH^,03], -cryst 

' ' powder 










N.B. — See, also: Acid, santoninic. 
Sapo, see Soap 






Saponin, pure, — from Saponaria officinalis. — 
[Polygalinj. — from Senega.) 


Jo2.vls.oz.2.00 
oz. .40 

15 gi-. .75 
15 gr. 5.00 
15 gi-. 5.00 
15 gr. 6.00 






" crude^. 








Sapo-toxin, — ace. to Kobert. — Fractional 
derivative of Saponin from the bark of 
QuiUaia saponaria; — a white, amorphous, 
non-crystallizalile powder ; easily soluble 
in Water. — (An intensive heart-poison.) . . . 








Sareine (Hypo-xanthine) 








' ' hydrochlorate 






Sarcosine (Methyl-glycocoU (-glycocinej). . 
Sarsaparin (Parillin), see Smilacin 










Scales of Tartar (-of Borax-Tartar), soluble 
(perfectly soluble in Watt^r); — see Potassium 
and Sodiiim, boro-tartrate, — in scales 











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1^6 



NlERCK's Index. 



Scamtaonin (White Kesin of Scammony), 
— the pure Ghicoside;— [identical with 
Jalapin ; but from the root of Con- 
volvulus scammonia] ; — in sticks .... 

" — in powder 

N.B. — See, also: — Kesins : Scjiuimonv, root, 
-Ph. (1. 1. 
Scllla preparations. --(Scilli-prcrin, Scilli- toxin, 

Scillitin),— see Squill preparations 

Sc^oparin (Scoparic Acid'i . . ' . 

Scopoleine. — Alkaloid from Jupauese Bella- 
donna, (from Scopolia Japonica) 

Selg^ette (Rochelle) Salt, see Potassium 

and Sodium, tartrate, U. S. Ph.; etc. 

Selenium, in sticks .'. . . 

^' — in the form of a Berzelius raedallipp 
" hydroxide, Selenic, (Hydratcd Tii-6x- 

ide), see Acid, selenic 

^' oxide, SeleniouS, (Di-oxide), sublimed, 

see Acid, selenious, anhydi'ous 

Senegin (Polygalic Acid, Polygalin), — from 
Senega. -[Chemically identical ■with Sapo-, 

nin, — from Saponaria officinalis.] '.'. 

Senna-leaves, de-resinated, — powdered ., . 

Sero - sublimate (Serum, \N'ith Corrosfve' 

Sublim ate), — {!%],— Uquid ;— acoprd- 

ing to Lister 

" — in scales; — according to Lister 

SiHca (Silicea; Silex), piu-e, see Acid, silicip. 
Silicon {SUicium), so-called "metallic", ciyst. 

" do. "dv^.," amoqihous 

" bromide .,. 

" chloride 

*• di-oxide, (Silicic Oxide), see Acid, silicic 
Silver (Argentum), double salts of, see " Sil7. 

ver and — " (below!) '.'. '. .^ 

" metallic, precipitated, powder.;....,,..,. 

" acetate, chem. pure TW 

" albuminate .~ . . . .^. . 

' ' ammonio-tluoride . ) see Silver and Am- 
" ammonio-nitrate. . f monium, etc. ; etc.. 

" arsenite 7. . . . . rr.T7. . . . . .' 

" borate ■'T^» .\..^V- 

*' bromide '„, .> •^^•7-"^ 

" carbonate .....,,.» ^^^!^■ ...... 

"chloride. ........:... .'. .'; ."."^f .*".'. . . . .^^ . 

" chromate .....,..;.' 

" cyanide, — T'. S. Ph. . .-.,....,.,.... 

" fluoride, ammouio-, see Silver and Amp 

moniuin, fluoride T...'-. 

' ' iodide, — U. S. Ph -.^, ■ ■ .,^. 

' ' lactate . .r! ,. . . .1'., 

" mono-chlor-acetate, cryet. .T; 

■ ' nitrate, cryst. , — U. 8. Ph., — (Lunar " 
Nitre). ...... 7:T7."T 

" molded (fused), — U. 8. 
Ph. , — prf . coloi:l.ess., 

" do. , grey 

'• " " -pencils, -in o ^ 
wooden case J "-^ J 
" nitrate, dilxLted, (with Fotassium Nifrate. 
-1 : 1), — U. 8. Ph. , — [Mitigated" 
(toughened) Causticl^^-sticks . 
" " do., {do. do. do.),,— in me .follow 
mg proportions [of "Silver Ni 
trate to Potassium Nitraite]: — 
1:2; sticks,— Pli. a. I & II.- 
1:3; " ... 
1:4; " ... 
^1:5; " ... 






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lolloAvingproportions [of Silver Nitrate 
toPotassiiuu Nitrate], — coniinuM: — 

2:1; sticks tif-";':' 

2% ; sharpened pencils, — sizes as 
foUoics: — '^""^ 

No. of pieces. Weight abt. t:m. I^itp cm. Thick mm. 

4 = 30; ea. 7 5 ... 

6 =30; " 5.5... .5 ••r'"."'*^" 

8 = 30; " 6 -....3.5 . .^ 

' ' nitrate, with Silver Chloride— [10%] .K V 

" Lead Nitrate, — [5:1] 

" nitrate, ammonio-, see ^Silver and Am- 
monium, nitrate 

' ' nitrite ■ . .•.'." 

• ' oleate 7 . . . . r 

" oxalate VV'. .-1 

" oxide, — U. S. Ph., — (Argentic Oxide, 

Mon-oxide) v .i^^i ■ 

• ' per-mangadate, pure 

• • phosphate 



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silvate (silvinate) . . . . .^ :4'-'^'''"6fz. '#!W 

sulphate, cryst .:■... . .'. oz. 1.75 

sulphide (sulphuret) y.-. . . .V 

tartrate .■.'....•.': 

tri-chlor - carbolate (tri-chlor - phenate) 
Silver and Anunonium, fluoride. — (Used m^ 

Chromo-photograpbj.) 

" and do., nitrate -'■."■': 

" and Potassium Nitrates,- mixed in 
U.-S.-Ph. and other proportions,'-^^ 
(Mitigated Lunar Caustic), see Silver, 
nitrate, diluted, etc.; etc. .....■;'■"" 

" and Sodium, thio-sulphate (formerly 

called "hypo-sulphite "). '.•.■^i'.'. 

SimulOj^see under Tinctures 

Skatole 

Smilacin (Parillin, Pariglin, Sarsaparin)-,^ 

ciTst ^ V ;-. ■ 

Snail-juice, saccharated, see Helicina 

Soap (Sapoj, butyric (of Butter), — for prep'alv' 

ing Opodeldoc y:':'"^ 

_— — x)t Castor-oil and ilagnesia, (Sapo ricini 
mjignesiciis), [Ricinated Magnesia],- 
see Magnesium, ricinate. 
meflicinal, powder / Sapo, j . . . .■?'/'>'.-" 

in bars \ U.S.Ph.} ... -/'X .•' 

Ph. G. n,— powder.— .-.; ...... 

-in bars •:-.-'. . 

green (soft) [potassic], — Sapo virldig, 
U. S. P/i.,~Sapo kaUnus, Ph. G.I1-. .'f'/'? 
" Castile (hard), — Sapo venetus [oleacSuSi' 

bispanicus] .".' .- . ' 

Soda (Natnini, Natron), caustic, see Sodiutil,"' 

hydroxide, etc. ; etc. . . : . . ' 

' ' U. S. Ph. , — see Sodium, hydroxide;, 

pure (pnirif. by Alcohol); sticks 

Soda, sulphurated, — (Sodic Liver of Sut- 
phurj, [improperly called "So^'' 
dium Ter-sulphide"], — fused. . 

" " fus*<i, pure ....:....'. 

N.B. — Compare, also: Sodium, sulpMd^^ 
(sulphuret), crj'st., Irue. 
Soda, tartarated (fcirtameJ), [Soda-Tartar],' 
svv, Potjissium and Sodiniu, tartrate, U. S. 

Ph.; etc .• 

Soda Alum, see Alum, sodic. 

Soda-Lime, see Sodium, hydroxide, with 

Lime •. 

Soda Saltpetre, see Sodium, nitrate 



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NlERCK's Index. 



Soda-Tartar (Tartarat^tl [Tartarizeil] Soda^, 

s.'f ri)t4issiuiii and Kocliiiin, tartrate, U. S. 

Ph.; etr 

Sodio-Ethyl (Natrio-Ethyi;^ see Sodium, 

tthvlate, etc. ; etc. ; etc 

Sodiiim (Natrium), double and triple salts 
of, see "Sodium and — " (below!). . . 

' ' metallic 

• acetate, cryat., (Terra foliata tartari cry- 

stallisata) 

" " chem. pui-e, — {7. ^'. P/i. . . 

" pure, fused 

• • aceto-wolf ramate (aceto-tungstate) 

• setliylate, see Sodium, ethylate 

' ' aethylo - sulphate, see Sodium, ethylo- 

sulphate 

'• antimonate, Meta-, see Sodium, meta- 

antimonate 

" PjTo-, see Sodium, pyro-antimo- 

nate 

' ' arseniate (arsenate), di-sodic, dry 

" do., cryst., — Sodii arsenias, (J. 
S. Ph 



pure. 



arsenite 

' ' pure 

benzoate, — Lf. S. Ph., — from artificial 

Benzoic Acid 

" from true Benzoic Acid from 

the resin 

benzoico-sulphite, so-called, see Sodium, 

sulphite, benzoated 

bi - borate (pyro-borate,di-meta-borate), 
[Borax ; Officinal Borate of So- 
dium], — fused; — {Borax-glass, 

Vitrified Borax) 

" calcined, (Burnt Borax) 

" pure, cryst., prismatic (wath 10 
molecules of Wdter), — U.S. Ph.; 

— (Ilefined Borax) 

" cryst., i^rismatic, (Crude Borax). 
" powder, —/rom prismatic crystals, 

— {not Amoqihous Borax!) 

" — glycerolate of, ( " Glycerite " of 
Borax — Olyceritum Sodii boratls, 
U. S. Ph. 1870;— Glycerinum 
Boracis, Ph. Br.), — [1 part Bo- 
rax; 4 Glyceiin; 2 Water] 

' ' — do. do. , -syrupy consistency, (im- 
jjroperly called : ' ' Boro - Glyc- 
erin"), — [about e^jtaZ jxirts Bo- 
rax and Glycerin] ; — {not to be 
confounded with the trite —Dry 
— Boro - Glycerin = Glycerolate 

of Boric Acid!) 

N.B. — See, aiso: Boro-Glyc- 
erin. 
bi-carbonate (acid carbonate ; hydro-car- 
bonate), chem. piire, cryst., in 

crusts 

'• chem. i^ure, cryst., in lumps 

" " " powd., — Sodii birar- 

bonas, U. S. Ph. . . 

' ' pure, powder, — Sodii bicarbonas 

venalis, i'. S. Ph 

" English, — ])owder 

" " — in lumps 

bi-chromate 

bin-oxalute 

bi-phosphate 



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129 



Sodium, bi-sulphate (acid sxilphate), [Sodium 
and Hydrogen, sulphate], pure, cryst. 

' ' do. , pure, fused 

" do., do., — in drops. — Clearly sol- 
uble in Water. — (Decomposes car- 
bonates, and is therefore em- 
ployed for the prodiiction of Pure 

Carbonic Anhydride.) 

" " crude 

" bi-sulphite, diy, commercial, II 
" solution, comm'l,- [30° Be] 

" dry, piire, — V. S. Ph 

N.B. — >ee, also (for "Antichlor") : 
Sodium, sulphite; and: do., thio- 
sulphate. 

' ' bi-tartrate, cryst 

" bi- vanadate, cryst., — readily soluble . . . 

•' borate, (Borax), see Sodium, bi-borate, 

U. S. Ph.; and other forms and grades 

' ' boro-benzoate 

" -citrate 

" -salicylate 

■ ' bromate 

" bromide, — tr. ,S'. Ph. and Ph. G. II ... 

* ' butyrate 

■ ' camphorate 

' ' carbolate, see Sodium, phenate 

" carbonate, neutral, — (Sal Soda), — twice 

purified, crj-st 

" " do., — twice purified, drj' 

" " " ch. pure, crj'st., — U. >S. Ph. 

and Ph. G. II . 

" " " " dried, — [/: S. Ph. 

" " " " " dry (anhydrous) . . 

" " " " " fused 

" carbonate, acid, see Sodium, bi-cixrbon- 

ate, U. S. Ph.s; and various others . . 

" caustic oxide, — ['. S. Ph.; and other 

grades, — see Sodiiim, hydroxide, etc. 

' ' chlorate, cryst. — U. S. Ph 

" chlorhydro - phosphate, see Sodium, 

phosphate, hydrochlorated 

" chloride, chem. pure, cryst., — {/. S. Ph. 
" " " " exsiccated (decrep- 
itated) 

" " " " fused. 

" choleate (choleinate), pure, — Ph. G.I, — 
[Dried purified Ox Gall] ....... 

" " — from Choleic (Tauro-cholic) Ac- 
id, — see Sodium, tauro-cholate . 
' ' chromate, neutral 



" " pure 

cinnamate, (cinnamylate), chem. pure. . 
citrate, acid 

" neutral 

citrico-benzoate, — very freely soluble . . 

copaivate 

cresotate 

cyanide 

di-iod -para- phenol -sulphonate, see Sozo- 

iodole 

di-meta-borate, see Sodium, bi-borate. . 

di-nitro-cresylate 

ethylate, (Sodio-[Natri()-] Ethyl), dry. . . 

' ' cryst. , (Caustic Alcohol), ace. to 
Richardson 

" liquid, (Liquor Sodii ethylatis), 

—Ph. Brit • 

ethylo-sulphate (sulpho-vinate), chem. 

pure 



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MERCK'S Index, 



Sodivtm, ethylo-thio-carbonate, see Sodium, 

xanthogeiiate 

" ferro-cyaniile, (Sodio-Ferrous cyanide, 

so-called), pure 

" commercial 

• • lluoride, pure 

" commercial 

' • formate, jiure, dry 

' • glycerino-borate, (Glycerolate of Borax — 

Olyceritum Sodii horatis, U. S. PA.187UJ, 

see Sodium, bi-borato, glycerolate of. 

N.B. — See, also: Do., do., do. do., — 

sj/rupy consistency. 

• • K^yt^o-cholate, cryst 

• hippurate 

" hydro-carbonate, see Sodium, bi-car- 

bonate 

'■ liydrochloro- phosphate, see Sodium, 

phosphate, hydrochlorated 

" hydroptenio-suli^hate, see Sodium, bi- 

sulphate 

" hydrophosphate, (Di-sodiumHydi*oph.), 

see Sodium, phosphate, bi-basic 

" hydroxide ("hydrate") [hydrated (caus- 
tic) oxide], (Caiistic Soda), chem. 

pure, — from Sodium 

" " i>xiie {purif. by Alcohol); p^iittiti. .. 
" " " ( " " " ); sticks, -(SofZa, 

u. s. Ph. . 

" " iiurified, dry 

" " " — in plates 

" " " — in sticks 

" " " — in drops 

" crade, — [abt. 75%] 

" " with Lime, — (Soda-Lime) 

' ' hypo-i^hosphite, — If. S. Ph 

" hypo-sulphate, chem. pure 

" hyi30-sulphite (sub -sulphite), — [an An- 
ti-chJor!], see Sodium, thio-sul- 
phate 

" " chem. pure, — U. S. Ph., — see 
do. do., chem. pure 

" ichthyol-sulphonate (sulpho-iehthyolate), 
see under Ichthyol preparations 

" indigo-sulphate (sulph-indigotate, sul- 
l^ho-cerulate), chem. j)ure 

" iodate 

" iocUde, dry, — U. S. Ph. and Ph. G. II. . 

' ' kousseinate 

' ' lactate, — syrupy consistency. — ( N. B. — 

This consistency is the only form in 

which pure Sodium Lactate is obtain- 

• able.) 

" lacto-phosphate (phospho-lactate) 

" meta-antimonate (-stibiate), jiure, cryst. 

" meta-phosphate 

" methylo-sulphate, cryst 

' ' methyl-tri-hydro-oxy-quinoline-carbonate, 
see Thoruiifugin 

" molyl)date (molybdenate) 

" muriato-phosphate, see Sodium, phos- 
phate, hydrochlorated 

" nitrate, crude 1c>j on f 

,. I, e 1 Soda Salt- 

" " iiurmed ' i 

" ch.pure,— RN.P/t. 

andPh. G. II... 

" nitrite, chem. pure, —in sticks 

" " commercial, cryst 

" nitro-prnsside (nitro-prussiate; nitro- 

ferri-cyanide) ^^ 



l)etre ; Cu- 
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331 



SodiTom, oleate 




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' ' oxalate 








" " chem. pure 










" oxide, hydiated (caustic), [Caustic So- 
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■ ■ ]ier-manganate, crude 




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" phenate (phenylate, carbolate), dry. . . . 








" phenol-sulphonate, see Sodium, sulpho- 
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" '■ hydrochlorated (muriated 
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" " -molybdate (-molybdenate^ 
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' ' picro-carminate 






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" " " pure, dry 










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" " ferrated, see Iron, Sesqui-com- 
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" quillayate 

" rhodanide, see Sodium, siiljiho-cyanate 


















' ' ros-aniline-sulphonate 

" rosolate 








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" salicylate, pure, powder 

" pure, cryst,— tT". S, Ph, and Ph. 

G. li 












" from Wintcrgreen-(Gaultheria-)Oil. . 









" santoninate(7?oi santonate!), — U. S. Fh. 






" seleniate (selenate) 










" siUcate, pure, solution [10%], " 
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" do.,~ U.S. Ph.,— 
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" solut'n [40-42° lie] . 
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132 



IVIERCPC'S Index. 



Sodium, silico-fluoride. — (An innocnous sur- 
gical antiseptic, according to Thom- 
son.) — A concentrated solution in 

Water contains but U.C1% 

silvate (silvinate) 

stannate, (MordjintSalt; so-called "Pre- 

paring-salt ") 

stearate 

stibiate, Meta-, see Sodium, meta-antim- 

onate 

sub-sulphite, see Sodium, thio-sulphate. 

succinate, pure, crj'st 

sulphate, (Glauber's Salt), ch.pure,cryst. 

" chem. pure, dry 

' ' pure, cryst. ,-U.S. Ph. and Ph. G. II 
" " dry, — conforming to f'.-^'.- 

Ph. requirements 

" purified, dry 

" " cryst 

" crude, —large crystals 

" " — small " 

sulphate, acid, see Sodium, bi-sulphate 
sulphide (sulphuret), crj'st. , — true, — 

(Jfojio-sulphide of Sodium) 

sulphide, so-called, — (also improperly 
called " ter-suljjhide "), — [Sodic Liver 
of Sulphur]; — fused; and: fused, jjure: 

— see Soda, suli>hurated, etc. ; etc 

sulphite, crj'st ) f 

' ' pure, dry [ Z 

" cryst., — f/. S.Ph....)h 
N. B. — iSee, also ( for ' ' Anti- 
chlor"): -Sodium, bi-sulphite ; 
and : do., thio-sulphate. 
" benzoated, (7io< a true benzoico-si;l- 
2)hite!), — ace. to Heckel. — 
[Easily soluble, powerful, in- 
nocuous antiseptic, — described 
as equaling the Mercury salts 

in force. ] 

" bi-, see Sodium, bi-suli)hite 

Bulpho-carbolate, — U. 8. Ph.; etc., — see 

Sodium, sulpho-phenate 

" -carbonate (thio-carbonate) 

' ' -cyanate ( thio-cyanat« ; rho(hinide ) 

" -ichthyolate (ichthyol-sulph(mate), 

see under Ichthyol preparations . . 

" -indigotiite (sxilph-indigotatc; sul- 

pho-cerulate), see Sodium, iu- 

dif>o-sul})hate 

" -phenate (phenol - sulphonate ; — 
suli)ho - carbolate, — U. S. 
Ph.), perf. white 

" " n 

" -vinate, see Sod., ethylo-sulphate 

tannate 

tartrate, cryst., — (not "Soda- Tartar" J) 

" " chem. pure 

N. B. — Tartar ated (Tartarized) Soda, 
[Soda -Tartar], see Potassium and 
Sodium, tartrate. 
tauro - chelate, (Sodium Choleate from 

Choleic [Tauro-cholic] Acid) 

N. B. — Compare, also: Sodium, 
choleate, — Ph. G. I, - {direct from 
Ox Gall). 
ter-sulphide, — improperly so called, — 

see Soda, sulphurated 

thio - cyanate, see Sodium, sulpho- cy- 
anate 



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Sodium, thio - sulphate ( formerly 1 r^ 
called "hypo-sulphite," or, j g.^ 

also : "sub-sulphite ") [■ o" > \ 

" do., chem. pure, — Sodii hypo- | jl g. 

sulphis, U.S.Ph J T 

N. B. — See, also (for " Anti-chlor"): 
— Sodium, bi-sulphite ; ami : do. , 
sulphite, 

" tri-chlor-acetate 

' ' tri-chlor-phenate (tri-chlor-carbolate) . . 

" tungstate, see Sodium, Avolframate .... 

" uranate, (Uranium Yellow; — improperly 

called " Yellow Oxide of Uranium ") . 

N.B. — Compare, also': Ammonium, 

uranate. 

' ' urate 

" valerianate 

" vanadate, pure 

" " bi-, see Sodium, bi- vanadate .... 

" wolframate (tungstate), crude 

" " purified 

" " pure 

" xanthogenate(ethylo-thio-carbonate). . , 

Sodium and Aluminiiim, chloride, see 

Aluminium and Sodium, chloride . . . 

" and do., siilphate, see Alum, sodic . . . 

" and Anim.onium, oxalate 

" " " phosphate ... I (Microcosmic j 
" " " " ch. puref Salt.) j 

" " " sulphate 

' ' and Copper, chloride, see C. and S. , chl. 
" and Gold, chloride, see Gold and So- 
dium, chloride, U. S. Ph.; and other 

forms and grades 

* ' and Iridium, chloride, see I. and S. , chl. 
" and Iroil, cyanide, • so-called, see So- 
dium, ferro-cyanide 

" and do.,— other sails, — see under Iron, 
Mono-compounds; and Iron, Sesqui- 

compounds 

" and Lead, thio-suli)hate ("hypo-sul- 
phite"), see Lead and Sodium, thio- 

sulphate 

' ' and liithium, salts, see Lith. and Sod. 

" and Magnesium, boro-citrate 

" " " lactate 

" " " phosphate 

" and Mercury, Amalgam, see Sodium 

Amalgam— (below !) 

' ' and Palladium, chloride, see Palladi- 
um and -Sodium, chloride 

' ' and Platinum, double and triple salts, 
see under: Platinum double Chlorides; 
do. doiible Cyanides ; and, do. triple 

Cyanides 

" and Potassium, carbonate, chem. pure 

" " " sulphate 

" " " boro - tartrate ; and, tartrate 
(~- U. S. Ph. ; etc. ) ;— see Pot. 
and Sodium, do. ; and, do. . 
" and Silver, thio-sulphate, (" hypo-sul- 
phite "j, see Silver and Sodium, thio- 
sulphate 

Sodium, Platinum and Potassium, cy- 
anuret, see iinder Platinum triple Cyanides 

Sodivma Al\im, see Alum, sodic 

Sodium Amalgam 

Solanidine 

Solanine, pure, crj'st 

" hydrochlorate 



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lb. 1.35 



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IVIERCK'S Index. 



Soluble Citrates, so-called, see Iron, Sesqiii- 
compoiinds: Aminonio-ferric citrate: 

browu, (/'. S. Fh.; and, f^een 

Cream of Tartar, —Ao-caite/, — (Borax- 
Tartar), see Potassiiim and Sodium, 

boro-ti\rtrate 

do of Ao --perfectly sol-\ ^^^^^ ^^ 

xible in Water 1 , , _ 

Scalesof Tartar (-of Bo- ^^-^ 

rax- Tartar) J 

Glass, (WattT-Glass), see Potassium, 
silicate, etc.; — and: Soda, silicate, U. 

S. Ph.; etc 

Indigo, (Intligo Suli)bate),— solution, 

- see Tinctures: Indigo 

Iron, so-called, see Iron, oxide, red, 

saccharated 

Tartar, (Tartarus tartarisatus ), see Po- 
tassium, tartrate, neutral, U.S. Ph.; etc. 
N.B. — Compare: Soluble "Cream," 
and "Scale-f," of Tartar;-(a6oi;e/j. 
" do., — Ammoniated, — see Potassium 

and Ammonium, tartrate 

Solutions (Liquores), — [See, also: "N. B.," 

at end of " Sohitions "] : — 

Aluminium acetate, see Aluminium, acet. , liq. 

Ammonia, aqueous, see Ammonia, Water of 

' ' alcoholic, see Ammonia, Spirit of ... . 

Ammonium acetate, — Ph. G. II, — ( ' ' Spiritus 

Mindereri ") 

" carbonate, pyro-oleous, see Spirit, 

so-called, of Hartshorn, — rectified . . 

" succinate, ("Spiritus cornu cervisuc- 

cinatus"), — sp. gr. 1.055 

" sulphide (sulpburet), — hydro-suli^hur- 
etted, — {Ilyclrothio7i-ammonium so- 
lution) 

anodyne Iron-, Besluseheff' s, see Tinctures: 

Iron chloride, — ethereal 

Antimonious chloride, (Tri-chloride of Anti- 
mony); — [Xi^uid Butter of Antimony], — 

sp. gr. 1. 350 

do. do., white, pure, — sp, gi\ 1.350 

N.B. — Concentrated Butter of Antimony, 

see Antimony, chloride, Antimonious. 

Arsenic and Mercury Iodides, — U. 8. Ph.; — 

(Solut. of Bin-iodide of Mercury and Ter- 

iodide of Arsenic), — (Donovan's Solution) 

Bamberger's Mercuro-albuminated; see 

Mercury, bi-chloride, albuminated, fliiid. 

Chlorine, — aqueous, — see Chlorine-water . . 

Donovan's, see Solution, Arsenic and 

Mercury Iodides, U. S. Ph 

Dzondi's ammoniacal, see Ammonia, Spirit 

Fehling's Test-, see under: Titrated Normal 

Solutions, — (at End of Alphabetical List!) . 

Fowler's arsenical, see Solut., Potassium 

arsenite, U. S. Ph 

Gutta-percha, — U. S. Ph.; — {Traumaticin) . 
Ichthyol, see under Ichthyol preparations . 
Indigo sulphate, see Tinctures: Indigo. . . . 

Iron acetate, — sp. gr. 1. 145 

1.138.. 

" —Ph. G. II, -sp.gr. 1.081-1.083 

" ^r/. S. Ph.,— " I.IG 

" albuminate, — ace. to Dr. Fri(!se 

" " Dr. Drees 

" chloride, proto- (Ferrous, )-sixgr. 1.255 

" " Ferric, normal, see Solution, 

Iron, tri-chloride 



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Index. 




135 


Solutions (Liquores^, - continued : 
Iron chloride, Fernc,-(co7i<m. .'),- basic, -so- 
called ; — see Sol. , Ii-on oxy-chloride 
do., — anodyne, —see Tinctures: Iron 
chloride, — ethereal 


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• citrate,— t/. s. Ph., — sp. gr. 1.26 

• • dialyzed, — (a so-called t'^olution /), — see 
















formate, — sp. gr. 1.04 

oxy-chloride, Ferric, (Basic Ferric 
chloride), so-called, -Ph. G. II,— 

[3.5% of Iron, =5"^ of Fe„03] 

' • peptonized, (Peptonated Fenuc Oxide ), 
— dialyzed; — ^for internal iise;— [3% 
Iron]. — (Prepared from the above.). 
N. B. — Compare, also: Iron, pep- 
tonized, solution, glycerinated, 
— for subcuta7ieous injections. 
" saccharate, — icith excess of Sugar, — see 

Syrup of Saccharate of Iron 

' ' sub-sulphate, - U. S. Ph. /-(Sol. of Basic 
Ferric Sulphate), [Monsel's solution ] 
" sulphate. Ferric, normal, (Ter- sul- 
phate),— CT. S. Ph. and Ph. G. 

I,— sp. gr. 1.32 

" " do., do., —Ph. G. n, — sp. gr. 
1.428^30 


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* ' " " " commercial 

" " " basic, see Solution, Iron, 

sub-suljohate, U. S. Ph. . 

" tri-chloride (sesqui-chloride) {Normal 

Ferric chloride] , — sp. gr. 1. 5()() 

'< _.sp. gr. 1.480 














lb. .85 
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lb. .65 














" 1.405,— [/; .S. PA. . 








" 1.28,— Ph. G. n lb. .50 






Lead acetate, basic, (sub-acetate), — [so-called 
Goulard's Extract ; Vinegar of Lead — ^Ace- 
tum plumbi (Saturni)], — Liquor plumbi 
subacetatis, JJ. 8. Ph 


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lb. 1.10 
lb. 2.00 
lb. 1.60 








Lime, — U. S. Ph., — (Lime-water — Aqua Cal- 
carias) 








ilercuric nitrate, (Mercury Per-nitrate), — 
sp. gr. 1.180 . . 








" — sp. gr. 2.10,— ff. S. Ph. . . 








" 1.67 






Mercury bi-chloride, albuminated,— accord- 
ing to Bamberger, — see Mercmy, bi-chlo- 
ride, albuminated, fluid 








Monsel's, see Solution, Iron sub- sulphate, 
U.S.Ph 










pancreatic, — prepared directly from the 
fresh pancreas; — (not Glycerolate of Pan- 
creatin!— w/iif/i s-ealso, under: Pancrea- 
tin, — solution in Glycerin.) 


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lb. .75 

lb. .40 
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Potassa, caustic, — sp.gr.1.340 ) [340/ Potaes. 
" pure,- " 1.340 j Hydr.-KHO] 














" 1.142,-Ph. G. II, - 
[15% of K HO]. 








Potassium acetate, — Ph. G. II 








" arsenite, — U. S. P/i.,-— (Fowler's Ar- 
senical solution) 

" silicate, (Liquid Glass), see under: 
Potassium, silicate 








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Soda, caustic, — sp.gr.1.340. 1 piv Sodium 
" pure, " 1.340. fHydr.-NaHO] 
" 1.159-16.3, Ph. G. II, 
— [abt.l59^NaHO] 
" -sp. gr. 1.34, — [37° Be]; -free 
from Nitrogen. — [For deter- 
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Solutioiis (LiqnoresJ, — continued : 

Sodium ethylate, (Liquor Sodii ethylatis, Ph. 
Brit), see Sodium, ethylate, liquid 

" hj'po-chlorite 

' ' silicate, (Liquid Glass), - U. S. Ph.: and 
other grades ; — see under : Sodium, 

silicate 

N. B. — Many other Solutions, see under the 

names of the various Metallic salts, etc. 

— Compare, also : Tinctukes, etc.; and, 

Sykup, etc. 

Solutions, Test-, {Indicator-, titrated normal, 

and pharmacopoeial volumetric Solutions), — 

for qualitative and quantitative analyses, — 

see at End of List. 

Sorbin (Sorbinose) 

Sorbit (Sorbitol) 

Sozo-iodole (Di-iod-para-phenol-sulphonate of So- 
dium), — readily soluble 

'^^'N.B. — The analogous salts of Potassium, 
Ammonium, Barium, Lead, Mercury, Silver, 
and Zinc, are also made. 
Sparteine Merck: 
pure Alkaloid, -syrupy consistency.-t^arcotic.) 

hydrochlorate, cryst 

hydro-iodate (hydriodate), cryst, — readily sol- 
uble in 5 parts of Water 

sulphate, cryst 

Specimen Collections: 

Alkaloids. Glucosides. etc ] 

All the Opium constituents i See at End 

Metals I of List. 

Physiological Preparations J 

Spigeline. — The highly toxic active principle 
of Maryland Pink— Spigelia marilandica. — 

(Anthelmintic; specially in ascarides!) 

N.B. — See, also: — Fluid Extracts: Spigelia. 

Spirit, Angelica, — compound 

" aromatic, — Ph. Neerl 

" Balm (Lemon -bixlm — Melissa), — com- 
pound; ["Eau des Carmes"]. 

" " — simple, concentrated 

" Cochlearia (Scurvy-grass, Spoonwortj, 
—Ph. G. II,— from the fresh herb. . . 
' ' Elder-flo-nei-s, see Spirit, Sambucus .... 
" formic, (Spirit of Ants— Spiritus Formi- 
carumi, — true, — prep, from ants 
" " — Ph. G. II, -prep, f r. Formic Acid . 
" Mastic (Mastix), — compound; (Spiritus 

matricalis — Mother-spirit) 

" Melissa: compound; and simple; — see 

Spirit, Balm 

' ' — so-called, — Mindererus's, see Solu- 
tions: Ammonium acetate 

' ' Mother-, see Spirit, Mastic, — compound 
" pyro-acetic, — so-called, — see Acetone.. 
" pyro-ligneous (pyro-xylic), see Alcohol, 

methylic 

" Easpberrj-; — for preparing Aqua Kubi 

idaii 

" Sambucus (Elder-llowers) 

" Scurvy -grass (Sijoonwort), see Spirit, 

Cochlearia 

' ' Wood-, see Alcohol, methylic 

Spirit of Ammonia, Dzondi's, see Ammonia, 

Spirit of 

" " " — aromatic 

" of Ants, see Spirit, formic 

" — so-called, — fuming, of Liba\-ius; see 
Tin, tetra-chloride 



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Spirit — so-called — of Hartshorn, — rectified; 
(Spiritus Comxi Cervi rectificatus ; 
Liquor Ammonii carbonici pyro-ole- 
osi— Solution of Pyro-oleous Ammo- 
nium Carbonate) 

" — so-called— oi Hartshorn, —s«ccina/ed, • 
see Solutions: Ammonium succinate 
" of Iron Chloride, —etherized; see Tinc- 
tures: Iron chloride, — ethereal 

" of Muriatic Ether; (Siceet Spirit of Salt), 
[Hydrochlorated Alcohol], — sp. gr. 

0.840 

" of Nitrous Ether; (Svoeet Spirit of Nitre), 

— i'.S.Ph 

Spiritus eethereus martiatus, (Spir. Fen-i 
chlorati asthereus ), see Tinctures : Iron 

chloride, — ethereal 

" Ammoniaei caustici Dzondii, see 

Ammonia, Spirit of 

* ' Comu Cervi rectificatus, see Spirit, 
so-called, of Hartshorn, — 

rectified 

" " " suecinatus, see Solutions : 

Ammonium, succinate. . 

" fumans Libavii, see Tin, tetra-chlo- 

ride 

Spiritus, other than above, see: Spirit, etc. . . 
Sp odium puriflcatum; et, purum; — see Char- 
coal, animal, purified, U. S. Ph.; and, pure 
Sponge, burnt, (Spongia usta [tosta]), see 

Charcoal, Sponge- 

' ' compressed, (Spongise pressae), — tied 

with txsine 

" "in layers, — without t^ine 

Sponge-tent ( Waxed Sponge — Spongiae ce- 

ratas) 

Squill (Scilla) preparations: 

Scilli-picrin Merck 

ScUUtin 

Scilli-toxin (Scillain) 

Stanni pulvis, see Tin, metallic, pure, 

powder 

Stannic Precipitate of Gold, see Gold, 

Tin-precipitate of 

Stannum, and compounds, see Tin, etc. . . . 

Staphisagrine 

Starch (Amidin, Fecula), iodized, — (Amy- 
lum iodatum, U. S. Ph.); — ["Iodide of 

Starch"], — soluble 

" of Inula ( -of Elecampane; -of Alant- 
Toot), — [ Alant-starch ; Alantin ; Dah- 

lin], — see Iniilin 

Starch-sugar, chem. pure, anhydrous, see Grape- 
sugar, etc 

Steel Pellets, so-called, see Iron, Mono-com- 
pounds: Potassio - Ferrous tartrate, in 

globules 

Stibium, and compounds, see Antimony, etc. 
( — "Stihiated — " etc., see "Antimoniated — " 

etc.) 

Stilbene (Symmetric Di - phenyl - ethylene) 

[Tohiylene] 

Stone, divine . . . . [ so-called, see Copper, 

' ' ophthalmic, \ aluminated 

• ' infernal, see Silver, nitrate, cryst. ; and, 

molded; — U. S. Ph.; and, grey 

Strontixim, metallic,— from Amalgam 

" " — by electrolysis 

' ' acetate 

" bromate 



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15 gr. 1.00 



15 gr. 5.00 

15 gr. 10.00 

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iMERCK's Index. 





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it oMciVfite 1 lb, 1.85 


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" chloride, chem. pure, cryst lb. 1 .25 

" " crvst 1 lb- 75 










' 




" ' < (Irv 


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" fluoride. — (An inhalant in laryngeal 
phthisis.) 










" hypo-sulphate 

" hypo-sulphite, see Strontium, thio-sul- 

" iodide 

" nitrate, pure, anhydrous, cryst 

" dry 












oz. 1.00 
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lb. 2.00 
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" phosphate 

" sulphate, precipitated 

' ' sulphide (sulphuretj 

" thio-sulphate (formerly called "hypo- 
sulphite ) 

Strontium and Platinum, cyanide, see 

iinder Platinum double Cyanides .... 

" and Potassium, chlorate 

Strophanthin Merck, chem. pure, cryst.; — from 
Strophauthus hispidus, an African arrow- 
poison. — (Preferred to Digitalin, — as a 




























lb. 2.50 

gi-ain . 50 
, oz.vls.oz.2.00 
j oz.vls.oz. 1.95 
ioz.vls.Dz.2.00 
I oz.vls.oz. 3 . 50 
^oz.vls.oz.4.00 
J oz.vls.oz. 6.00 
i oz.vls.oz. 6. 00 

oz. 1.00 
Joz.vls,oz. 6.00 

i oz.vls.oz.2.00 
|oz.vls.oz.6.00 
|oz.vls.oz.4.00 
J oz.vls.oz. 3. 50 
i oz.vls.oz. 4.00 
1 oz.vls.oz. 2 . 00 
i oz.vls.oz, 3.00 














Strychnine (Strychnia), pure, cryst.,-- f. 8. Ph. 

' ' pure, precipitated 

" acetate 

" arseniate (ursenatej 

" arsenite 

" camphorate 

" citrate 

" ferri-citrate, — Ferri et Strychnince citras, 
U iS' Ph 






1 
































" hydrobromate 

" hydrochlorate 

" hydro-iodate (hvdriodate) . 


















" " with Iodide of Zinc 















" lartatp 


i 




" nitrate, cryst 

" phosphate 

' ' saccharinate (not saccha- ) r™< "»"» of 

,.„tell V strychnine and 

^'■"■^^ ■) f Saccharin— 

" " bi- ) wh^ck latter tee! 


















" sulphate,— [T-.S. PA 

" suipho - carboiate (i>henol - sulphonate, 

Kulplio-])henate) 

Strychnine aud Zinc-Oxide, hydriodate, see Str., 
hydro-iodate, —with Iodide of Zinc 


J oz.vls.oz.2.00 
^oz.vls.oz. 5.00 














Strychnine with Ferri-citrate of Quinine 

Strychnine, Methyl-, etc., see Methyl- 


Joz.vls.oz.3.00 












Styracin, cryst., white, (Cinnamate of Cin- 

nyl [Styryl j ), [Cinnamylo - cirmamic Ether] 

Styrol (Styrolene; Ciunamene, Cinnamol), 


oz. 5.00 

oz. 2.50 

oz. 2.00 
oz. 5.00 
oz. .65 














Styrone (Cinnyl Alcohol; Cinnamic [Sty- 
rylic) Alcohol), liqiiid 














Suberin 








Sublimate, corrosive, see Mercury, bi- 

chlnridp /T ,S' Pji • etc 








Succus. Sucei, etc., see Juice, Juices, etc. 









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Sugar, ferruginated, {Iron-Sugar), see Iron, 
oxide, red, saccharated ». . . . 


Containers inol. 






X.B. — Compare, also: 
Iron, albuminate 










" carbonate — (U. S. Ph.; etc.) — 

" iodide-{U. k PL) - 

" i^eptonized 

" sulphate, Ferrous 


1 

.1 


























" Mono-compounds: Mangano- 
Ferrous carbonate 






1 


Sugar, Grape-, / (Dextrose, Dextro -glucose ; 
" Starch-, ( Glucose,)— see Grape-sugar, 
chem. pure, anhydrous, etc. 








" Fruit-, (Levulose), see Fruit-sugar, I. . 
" inverted, see Friiit-sugar, commercial 

' • Madagascar, see Melampjnit 

• ' Milk:-, (Lactose, Lactin), see Milk-siigar 

" of Acorns, see Quercit 

"' if Manna, seo Mannit 
















































" of TVTpat,, s<^>^ TiT^sit 








Sugar — so-caUed — of Lead, see Lead, ace- 
tate, normal, U. S. Ph 








— - 


Sulfur, etc., = Sulphur, etc 

Sulpho-phenol (Sulpho-carbol), para- and 

ortho-, — mixed, — see Acid, suljiho- 

carbolic 














" ortho-, pure, -33^% solution, -see Aseptol 
Sulpho - urea (Sulph - urea) [Sulpho - carb- 
amide] 

Sulphon'al (Di-ethyl-sulphon-di-methyl-me- 

thane) [= (C H3), ^ C. (C^ H^ . S 0„)J . — Crys- 
tals, soluble in SOO parts Water of 15° C 
[59 F] ; in 65 of Absolute Alcohol, or in 110 
of .50-°^ Ale, at same temperature. — (Ee- 
ported to be a non-narcotic hji^notic, with- 
out heart-effects.) 


oz. 3.00 
oz. 2.25 










Sulphur, sublimed, (Flowers of Sulphur), — 

Sulphur sublimatum, U. S. Ph 

" do., washed (purified ), [Washed Flowers 
of Sulphur], — Sulphur lotum, V. S. Ph. 
" precipitated, (Milk [Magistery] of Sul- 
phur — Lac Sulphuris), pure, — 
Sulphur prcecipitatum, U. S. Ph. 










1 

1 


lb. ..35 
lb. .20 
lb. 1.00 
oz. 1.00 
oz. . 50 
oz. . 75 














" cliem. pure, cryst 

" bromide 














' ' chloride . 








" " camjihorated 

' ' di-oxide, hydra ted, — solution, — see Ac- 
id, sulphuroiis, — U. 8. Ph.; etc 

' ' — so-caUed, — golden, — ( Sb, H.) ;— see .\n- 
timony, sulphide, golden 

" iodide,- U. S. Ph 






















oz. .50 








•' tri-oxide, see Acid, siilphiuic, anhydroiis 

" mono - hydrated, see Acid, sul- 

l^huric, chem. pure, [". S. Ph. . . 

Sulphur stibiatum aurantiaciim,(Ni(7p/(Mr 

auratum Antimonii), — [7iot: "Sulphurated 

.\utimony," U. S. Ph. ; — but: Peida-sulphide 

of .\nt. !] ;— see Antimony, sulphide, golden 

Carbon, bi-sulphide 

• ' Balsam of, see Oils, divers : sulphur- 
ated Linseed- 









































' ' do. do. , terebinthinated, see Oils, divers : 
sulphurated Linseed-, terebinthinated 








" Flowers of, see Sulphur, sublimed, 
U. S. Ph. 










" do. do., washed, see Sulphur, sublimed, 
washed, U. S. Ph 











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NlERCPC's Index. 



Sulphur, Liver of, {Potassic Liver of Sul- 
phur), see Potassa, sulphurated, U. S. 
Ph ; and other grades 


Containers incl. 








" do. do., calcic, see Lime, sulphurated, 
U. S. Ph 










" " " do., antimoniated (stibiated), 
see Lime, antimonio - sul - 
phurated 

" " " sodic, see Soda, sulphurated, 
etc. 


















" lyrilTf (Magisiery) of, see Sulphur, pre- 
cipitated, U. S. Ph.; etc 

Syringin 

Syrup, Buckthorn (Common [purging] Buck- 
thorn), — [Syrupus Spinie cervinaj; 
Svr. Rhamni cathartic;e (cathartici)] . 










15 gr. 2.50 

lb. .60 
lb. .75 
lb. .60 

oz. 1.00 












' ' Cherry, (Syrupus Cerasorum) 

" Mulberry, \Syrupus Mororuni) 

' ' Papaw (Carica Papaya). — [100 grammes 

dissolve 250 grammes of meat] 

*' Poppies (Poppy-capsules), [Syrupus Di- 

acodii (Papaveris ; capitum Papaveris)] 

' ' EaspbeiTy, (Syrupus Il\ibi idjei) 

*' of Saccharate of Iron, (Syrup of Saccha- 

rated Ferric Oxide; Syrup of Soluble 

Saccharated Oxide of Iron) 
























lb. .50 

lb. .75 
lb. 1.00 














" Violets, (Syrupus Violarum) 


































































































































• 



















































































































































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NlERCK'S 


Index. 




141 




Containers incl. 









































































































- 
























































* — 




















































































































































































































































































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142 



NlERCK'S INDEX. 



1 



Tarmin (Tannic Acid), verj- light, chem 
pure, clearly Boluble, — U. S. Ph. 

and Ph. G. II 

' ' very light, pure , 

' ' commercial, powder or granu- ) ^ 

lated, I > WalVr'Aiid 

" powder or granulated, II ) '" '^'"'"'' 

" " powder. III 

" IV 

" powder, — Ph. G. 11, — perfectly white. . 

" odorless and soluble 

" in sticks 

Tannin Albuminate 

Tantalum, metallic, pure 

" pent-oxide, (Tantalic Oxide), hydrated, 
— from Tantalic Chloride; — see Acid, 

tantalic 

Tar (Pix) of Birch, see Oils, divers : Birch; 

empyreumatic 

" of Juniper (Juniper- wood), see Oils, 

divers : Cade 

" of Lignite, see OUs, divers : Lignite. . 
Tartar, chem. pure, see Potassium, bi-tar- 

trate, U. S. Ph. ; etc 

" Cream of, ) see Pota.ssiiun, bi-tartrate, 
" Crystals of, \ U. .S'. Ph.; etc. ; etc. . . . 
N.B. — Compare, also: Tartar, Soluble 
Cream of, ("so-called"; and, "per- 
fectly soluble "), — below! 
" puritied; and, pure; (Crystals of Tartar ; 
Cream of Tartar); — see Potassium, bi- 
tartrate, etc. , etc 

Tartar, ammoniated, soluble, see Potas- 
sium and Ammonium, tai-trate 

" ammonio - ferric, {Ammoniacal Iron- 
Taiiar), see Iron, Sesqui-compounds : 
^7?imo?u'o-Ferric tartrate, ['. S. Ph. . . . 
" antimoniated, (Tartams stibiatus), 
[Tartar Emetic], see Antimony and 
Potassium, tartrate, ['. S. Ph.; and 

other grades 

" Borax-, (Tartarus boraxatus), [so-callei 

" SolMe Cream of Tartar"], see Po- 

bissiiun and Sodium, boro-tartrate . . . 

" do.-, perfectly .soluble in Water! — see do. 

do. do., do., — in. •scales 

' ' essential Salt of, see Acid, tartaric . . . 
}i.B.~ Compare: Tartar, Salt of, — (be- 
low)! 
" ferrated, ( see Iron, 3/o»o-compounds : 
" Iron- ... j Potassio-FerroM.9 tartrate . 
N.B. — Compare: Tartarated (Tartar- 
ized) Iron, — [below] ! 
" ferrid-ammoniaeal, ) ee« iron, sesqui-com- 






Salt of, see Potiissium, carbonate, pure. 
N. B. — Compare: Tartar, essential Salt 
of, — (above) ! 
Soda-, see Potassium and Sodium, tar- 
trate, {'. S. Ph.; etc 

soluble, (Tartarus tartarisatus), see Po- 
tassium, tartrate, neutral 

" ammoniated, see Potassium and 

Ammonium, tartrate 

soluble Cream of, — so-caWed, -(Borax- 
Tartar), — see Potassiiuu and 
Sodium, boro-tartrate 



do. do. . . 
Scales of. 



-p^f'f'r j _,« do. do. do.. 



Containers incl. 
OZ. . 30 






oz. .28 






lb. 2 00 






lb. 1 95 






lb. 1.90 






lb. 1.85 






oz. 25 






OZ. 35 






oz. . 50 






oz. .50 






15 gr. 7.50 














































1 





















































































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IVlERCK's Index. 



143 



Bee Antimony 
and Potassium, 

tartrate, U. S. 

Ph.; and other 

grades. 



So- 



[above] ! 

J see Potaisium ar 

'- dium, tartrate, U. S. 

\ Ph.; etc 

Tartar), [Cremor 



Tartar, —(confinued / ), — tartarized (tartar- 
ated], [Soluble Tartar], see Potassium, 

tartrate, neiitral 

" vitriolated, see Potassium, sulj^liate, . 

Tartar Emetic 

Tartarus stibiatus, (Anti 

uioniated Tartar) 

Tartarated ( Tartarized) An- 
timony 

" Iron, see Iron, (Ses^wi-coiupounds : Po- 

tassio-Fen'Jc tartrate, U. S. Ph 

N.B. — Compare: Tartar, ferrated, 

(Iron-Tartar), - 

" Soda, (Soda-Tartar), 

Tartarus natronatus . . . 

" boraxatus, ( Borax - 

Tartan (^«asi solubUis!], see Potassium 

and Sodium, boro-tartrate 

" do., — plane solubilis/ — see do. do. do., 

do., — in scales 

' ' tartarisatus, (Soluble Tartar), see Po- 
tassium, tartrate, neutral 

Taurine (Amido-etbyl-sulphonic Acid) 

Tellurium, pure 

" di-oxide, (Tellurous oxide), hydrated, 
— [Tellurous Hydroxide] ; — see Acid, 

tellurous 

" tri-oxide, (Telluric oxide), tii-hydrated, 
— [Di-hydrated Telluric Hydroxide] ; 

— see Acid, telluric, di-hydrated 

Terebene,— optically inactive 

" Dr. Bond's, — in original bottles 

Terpenes, — optically active, — hydrocblo- 

rates of, see Turpentine-oil, etc. ; etc 

Terpin Hydrate, cryst. — (Ter-hydrate of optically 
inactice Terpenes). — [Succedaneum for Tur- 
pentine-oil. I 

Terpinol, li(]uid 

Terra foliata Tartari, see Potassium, ace- 
tate, U. S. Ph.; and other grades and forms 
Terra foliata Tartari crystallisata, see 
Sodium, acetate, U. S. Ph.; and other kinds 

Test-papers, see Paj^er, etc 

Test-solutions {Indicator-, titrated normal, 
and phfxrmacoposial volumetric Solutions), — 
for qualitative and quantitative analyses, — 
see at End of List. 

Tetr-iod-pyrrole, see lodole ... 

Thalline ( Tetra-hydro-para-chin- [quin-] ani- 
sol I, — [Methyl-ether of Tetra-hydro- 

l^ara-oxy-quinoline], — salicylate 

' ' sulphate 

" tannate 

" tartrate 

Thallium, metallic 

" oxide 

Thallium-salts: — Acetate; bromide; carbon- 
ate; chloride; sesqui-chloride; iodide; ni- 
trate ; sulphate [each : — 

Thebaine, piare 

" hydrochlorate 

" tartrate, acid 

Theine, see Caffeine 

Theobroma, Oil of, see Butter, Cacao- .... 

Theobromine 

" hydrochlorate, cryst 

Thermifugin ( Methy 1-tri-hydro-oxy-quino- 
line-carbonate of Sodium); — [formula of the 
Acid: see under Acids!]. - (An antipyretic, 
discovered by Prof. Deninie, of Berne.). . . . 



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15 gr. 2.50 
15 gr. 1.00 






















lb. 1.00 






each . 75 










oz. . 35 






oz. . 65 
























oz. 2.50 






oz. 2.50 






oz. 1.75 
oz. 2.25 







15 gr. .30 

15 gr. . 50 

15 gr. .50 
15 gr. . 65 
15 gr. .65 
15 gr. .65 


































15 gr. 1.25 
15 gr. 1.25 















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144 



IVlERCK's Index. 



Thio-alcohol, ethylic, see Mercaptan, ethylic 

Thorium, metallic 

•• sulphate 

Thridace, see Lactiicarium, GalUc 

Thymol, crj-st., — T. .S P/i.,— (Thymic Acid; 

Thyme-cmnphor) 

Thymol-Mercury, acetate, (Thymol-acetate 

of Merciirj'), see Mercur-Thymol, acetate . . 

Tin. (Stannum), double salts of, see "Tin 

and — " (below!) 

" metallic, pure, in sticks 

" " " granulated 

" " " precipitated 

" " " powder, (Stanni pul vis) . . 

" " " filings 

" ammonio-chloride, see Tin and Ammo- 
nium, chloride 

' ' bi-chloride./uming, -so-called, -(Libavius's 

"Spirit"), seeTiu, tetra-chloride 

" " cryst., white, — so-called, — see Tin 

and Sodium, chloride 

" " true, see Tin, chloride 

" bi-siilphide (bi-sulphuret) 

" chloride (di-chloride — true hi-cldoride ; 
— formerly called " i^roto-chloride "), 
[Stannous chloride], — jjure ; - {Anhy- 
drous form of the so-called " Tin-salt '') 

" iodide 

" oxalate .• 

" oxide, white, (per-oxide, di-oxide), (Stan- 
nic oxide ; Anhvdroiis Stannic 

Acid] ! 

" " do., pure, (Flowers of Tin — Flo- 
res Jovis [Stanni]) 

" oxide, grey, (Tin Ash — Cinis Jovis [Stan- 
ni]). — [Used in the arts as so-called 
Putty-poioder (Polishing-powder). ] . . . . 
" oxide, black, (prot- oxide, mon- oxide, 

[Stannous oxide] , pui'e 

" phosphide (phospburet), mono- 

" sulphate. Stannous [Protoxide salt] 

' " sulphide (sulphuret), cryst 

" tannate 

" tartrate 

" tetra-chloride, (so-called "Fuming Bi- 
chloride"; Spiritus fumans Libavii); 
[Stannic chloride ; Anhydrous Butter of 

Tin] 

Tin and Ammonium, chloride, (Ammonio- 

stannic chloride; Chloro-stannate of 

Ammonium), [Pink Salt; Dyers' Salt] 

' ' and Mercury and Zinc, Amalgam, see 

Zinc and Tin, Amalgam 

" and Sodium, chloride, (so-called "White 

Crystallized Tin Bi-chloride") 

Tin and Zinc, Am.algam, see Zinc and Tin, 

Amalgam 

Tin-precipitate of Gold, see Gold, Tin- 

prrcipitate of 

Tin Ash, see Tin, oxide, grey 

" Butter, anhydr., see Tin, tetra-chloride 
' ' Flowers, see Tin, oxide, white, pure . . 
" Po'wder, see Tin, metalhc, pure, powder 
" Salt, so-called, — anhydrous, — see Tin, 

chloride 

Tinctiu-es: 

Aconite: root (tiaber), — Ph. G.II 

Actica, see Tincture, Cimicifuga 

Adonis vernalis, (Bird's Eye; Fhlse Helle- 
bore) : herb 



Containers incl. 



15 gr. 20.00 
15 gr. 3.50 



.49 



lb. 
lb. 
lb. 
lb. 



1.00 
1.00 
1.50 
1.50 



lb. 1.00 



oz. . 30 



lb. .70 
oz. 1.00 
lb. 2.50 



lb. .90 
lb. 1.00 



lb. 



70 



lb. 1.50 
oz. . 75 



.25 
.25 
.65 
oz. . 45 



oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



oz. .40 
lb. .05 



lb. .65 



lb. 1.25 



lb. 1.50 



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145 



Tinctures, — continued : 

Ants, — (Tinctura Formicarum), — Ph. G. I. . 


Containers incl. 

lb. 1.25 








Arbor vit:«, see Tinctixre, Thuja 






Arnica: flowers 


lb. 1.25 
lb. 1.50 








Arnica: fresh herb 








arsenical, Fowler's, see Solutions: Potas- 
sium arsenite, U. S. Ph 








Belladonna: fresh leaves, — Ph. G. I 


lb. 1.25 








Bestuschefif's, see Tincture, Iron chloride, 
— ethereal 








Bryony, — from the jiiice of the fresh root. . 

Cereiis) 

Caladiiim seguinum, see Tinct., Dumb-cane 


lb. 1.25 






















Cannabis, Indian, — Ph. G. II, — (Alcoholic 
•5-% solution of Extract of Indian Hemp) . 

Capparis : seed, see Tincture, Simulo 

Carduus marianus, (Mary-Thistle), — Ph. 
G. I 


lb. 1.25 




















Cascara sagrada, (Chittem-bark) 


lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.5U 








Celandine : herb, — according to Rademacher 








Chamomile, German, (Matricaria chamo- 

milla): dried flower-heads,— Ph. G. I . . . 

Cimicifuga (Actcea) : root 








lb. 1.25 
lb. 1.25 
lb. 2.00 
lb. 1.25 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.75 
lb. 1.25 








Cochineal,— Ph. G. II 








■ Condurango (Matapen-o) : bark 








Coniiam : herb 








Convallaria: entire plant 








Copper acetate, — ace. to Bademacher 








Coto-bark 








Damiana: leaves 






Digitalis: dry leaves, —Ph. G. II 








Drosera rotundifolia, (Rorella), [Bound- 
leaved Sundew] : dry herb, — Ph. G. I . . . 






Dumb-cane (Caladium seguinum): root. . . . 


lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.25 








Eucalvptus: leaves ; 








Garcinia, see Tincture, Mangosteen 








Grelseniiiim : root 


lb. 1.25 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.25 








Geranium : root, (Cranesbill-root) 








Guaco : herb 








Hamamelis: bark 








Veratrum, Green 








" "UTiite, European, see Tincture, Vera- 
trum, White 










" False, see Tincture, Adonis vernalis. . 










Hydrastis: root 


lb. 1.25 
lb. 1.25 

lb. 1.25 

lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.75 
lb. 1.60 
lb. 1.25 
lb. 1.25 

lb. 1.50 
lb. 1.50 








Hyoscvamus: fresh herb 








Indigo, — (Solution of "Soluble Indigo" [-of 
Indigo Sulphate]) 








Iodine; dark,— Ph. G. II,— (lO-O^ alcoholic 
solution) 








" decolorized, — Ph. G. I 








Ph. Brit 








Iron acetate, — ethereal, — Ph. G. II 








" " — ace. to Bademacher 








Iron chloride, — ethereal; — (Bestuscheff 's 

of Iron Chloride, — Liquor anodjTiias mar- 
tiatus] 






Lacmus (Chemically Pure Litmxis). — [Indi- 
cator Solution. ] 




« 




N. B. — See, also, under: Indicator Solu- 
tions (Test-solutions), at End of List. 
Lactuca virosa, (Acrid Lettuce): fresh flow- 
ering herb, — Ph. G. I 








Lippia mexicana: herl) 


lb. 1.75 
11). 1.75 








Mangosteen (Garcinia): fruit rind, — ethereal 









Matricaria, see Tincture, Chamomile, Ger- 
man 







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146 



IVIERCK'S Index. 



Tinctures, — continued : 

Musk,— Ph. G. II 

NutgaU8,-Ph. G. II 

Ntix vomica, (Tinctura Strychm),-Ph.G.U. 
Opium; simple, — Ph. G. II, — (Laudanum) 
" saflfronated, - (Tinctura C)pii crocatu), 
— Ph. G. II; — [Sydenham's Lauda- 
num; so-called "Wine of Opium "] . 
Poison-oak, see Tincture, Khus toxicoden- 

tlron 

PiUsatilla : fresh herb 

Quebracho bianco: bark 

do. do.; do., — ace. to Penzoldt, — see Ex- 
tracts: Quebracho bianco, — ace. to Pen- 
zoldt, — liquid 

Quebracho Colorado: wood 

Kennet, see Rennet Wine 

Khus toxicodendron, (Poison-oak) : leaves . . 
Simulo (Capparis-seed). — [A nervine, ac- 
cording to Christj'. 1 

Spilanthes; compound, — (also called: "Por- 

raguay roux") 

Staphisagiia: seed 

Stramonium 

Strophanthus: seed,— strength, 1 : 20 

1:10 

Strychnos-seed, — Ph. G. II, — see Tincture, 

Nux vomica 

Tayuya-root, from Trianospermaficifolia, — 

strength, 1:9 ; . . 

Thuja (Arbor vitae): leaves 

Vanilla : pod 

Veratrum, Green, {American Green Helle- 
bore; Indian Poke): rhizome 

Veratrum, ^Vhite, {European "WTiite Helle- 
bore) : rhizome, — Ph. G. II 

Viburnum prunifohum, (Black Haw): bark. 

Titanium, metallic 

' ' chloride 

" di-oxide, di-hydrated, (Titanic Hydrox- 
ide), see Acid, titanic, Ortho- 

Titanium and Potassium, fluoride . : 

Titrated Normal Solutions, (Test. solu- 
tions), see at End of List. 
Toluene (Tohiol) [Methyl -benzene; Phenyl- 
methane], pure, — sp. gi\ 0.877; m. -p. 

110-112°C [230-233.6 F] 

' ' di-Amido-, see Tolylene-di-amine 

" mono - chlorated, see Mono-chlor-tolu- 



Toluidine, (Amido-toluene [-toluol] ; Tolyl- 
amine), ortho-, commercial 

" do,, chem. pure 

' ' para-, commercial 

" " chem. pure 

" " sulphate 

Toluylene, see Stilbene 

Tolyl-amine, see Tohiidihe 

Tolylene - di - amine (Di - amido - toluene 

[-toluol]) — [sometimes mis-called: Toluy- 

/ene-di-amine] 

Tonka-bean Camphor, see Cumarin 

Traumatiein, see Solutions: Gutta-percha, 

U. S. Fh 

Tri-butyrin, see Butyrin 

Tri-chlor-methyl, sulphite, (Tri - chlor- 

methyl-sulphonic Acid) 

Tri-ehior-phenol, cryst.,— m.-p.65°C [149F] 
Tri-ethyl-amine 

" hydrochlorate 



Containers incl. 

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lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.50 



lb. 1.25 
lb. 1.35 



lb. 


1.25 


lb. 


1.25 


lb. 
lb. 


1.50 
1.25 


lb. 
lb. 


1.75 
2.50 



lb. 2.50 
lb. 1.35 
lb. 3.00 

lb. 1.25 



lb. 1.75 
15 gr. 2.50 
15 gr. .30 



oz. 3.00 



lb. .65 



oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 



.25 
.50 
.25 
.50 
1.50 



oz. 3.50 



6.00 

.45 

6 . 00 

5.00 



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-T 'C 



".ificr 






NiKRCK's Index. 



147 



Tri - methyl - amine (often eiro7ieoiisly pre- 
scribed or ordered by the name of 
' ' Peopyl - AMINE "), — iO - %■ solution, 

aqueoxis 

' ' hydrochlorate 

' ' sulphate 

Tri-m.etliyl-earbinol (Tertiary Butylic Al- 
cohol), — deliquescent crystals; melt. -point 
25° C [77 F] ; boil.-pt. abt. 85° C [185 F] . . . 
Tri-oxy-benzo-phenone, see Salicyl-Kesor- 

cin-ketone 

Tri-stearin 

Tropeolin (TropseoUn) 00 (orange W.) 

" 000 No. 1 ( " I. ) 

'« 000 No. 2 ( " II.) 

KB. — Tropeolin "00" is used as an Indi- 
cator in <SWa-<es<i?ig; "000 No. 2" as an 
Indicator for Acids. 

Tropine, pure 

' ' sulphate 

Trypsin. — The Albumen-solving constitu- 
ent of Pancreatin 

Tungsten, etc., see Wolfram, etc 

Turmeric Paper, see luider Paper 

" Yellow, see Curciimin 

Turpentine-oil, mono-hydrochlorate, solid, 

\\-hite, (so-called "Artificial Camphor") 

" di-hydrochlorate, (so-called "Lemon 

Camphor '') 

Turpeth, anunoniacal, see Mercury and 

Ammonium, sulphate. 

' ' nitric, see Mercurj', nitrate, Mercurous, 

basic 

Turpeth Mineral, see Mercury, sulphate. 

Mercuric, basic, — U. S. Ph 

Turpethin, see Resins : Turpeth-root 

Tyrosin 



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15 gr, .40 

oz. 3.00 


























oz. . 75 








oz. . 50 







oz. .40 






oz. . 45 






15 gr. 1.50 
15 gr. 1.50 

oz. 4.00 










































oz. . 65 








oz. 1.00 








































15 gr. 2.00 



















































































































































































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148 



m:erck:'s Index. 



TJnguentnm, see Ointment 

TJranin. —A coal-tar-dye generator 

Uranium, metallic, fused 

" acetate, pure.— (For analyses.) 

' ' bromate 

" bromide 

" chloride 

" nitrate, crj'st, ch. pure.— (For analyses.) 

' ' oxalate, crj'st 

" oxide, yellow, — so-called; — ("Uranium 
Yellow"): — see Sodium, uranate 

" oxide, hydrated,— so-called; — (some- 
times alsocalled "Uranium Yellow"): 


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oz. 


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3.00 

.80 























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oz. 
oz. 
oz. 


1.50 




1 


.80 
.90 












1.50 










• 








" oxide, black— (priHCipaZ;?/: Uranoso-ura- 
nic Oxide),— pure 

" oxide, red, (tri-oxide; formerly called : 
sesqui-oxide), [Uranic Oxide; Uranyl 
Oxide; Anhydrous Uranic Acid], pxive 


oz. 

oz. 
oz. 
oz. 


1.00 

1.50 
1.00 

.85 




- 
















" sul})hate 

TJranium Yellow, see Sothum, uranate; and 














TJrari (AVoorari, Woorara, Woorali), see Curare 
Urea (Carb-amide), pure, cryst 


oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 
oz. 


.75 
1.50 
1.75 
1.75 
.75 
.75 
1.75 



























" hydrochlorate . > 






















" sulphate 

Urea, Acetylene-, see Acetylene-urea .... 

■ ' Sulpho-, see Suli^ho-nrea 

Ur-ethane (Ethylic Urethane), chem. pure, Merck,— 




















oz. . 60 

oz. 2.00 

oz. 6.00 

oz. 2.00 

ligr.vl. 10.00 

lAgr.vl. 10.00 

15 gr. 1.00 








" Ethylidene-, chem. pure 

" Chloral-, chem. pure, cryst 

Ur-ethylane (Methylic Urethane), chem. pure 

Uro-bilin (Hydro-bili-rubin[-phain]) 

Uro-melanin,— according to Thudichum. . . 
Urson, chem. pure 




















































































































































































































.^^When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S "I 



IMERCK's Index. 



149 



V*"T»''li"Tn, mfititlliV,, fiiRfid 


Containers incl. 

15 gr. 22.00 

J 01. vis. oz. 3. 00 








' ' chloride 








" pent-oxide, hj'drated, (Vanadic Hydrox- 
ide), see Acid, vanadic, Meta- . ... 








Vanillin, synthetic. — 1 part, in alcoholic di- 
lution or sugar-trituration, represents 40 
parts of best Vanilla Bean 

Vaaelin (Cosmolin), yellow, — melting-point 

40-42° C [104-107.6 F] 

" white, —m. -p. 43-45° C [109.4-113 F] . . . 


oz. 6.50 




















' ' — for veterinary purposes 










" — Pennsvlvania 










Vasicine. — Alkaloid from Adhatoda vasica, 
Nees. — (A bronchial remedy, and insecti- 
cide.) 










Vellozin (l^ellosin), see Yieirin 










Veratrine Merck, (Yeratria): 
pure 


I oz.tIs.oz. 1 . 55 

Joz.vls.oz. 1.65 
|oz.vls.oz.2.00 
|oz.vls.oz.2.00 
1 oz. vis. oz. 1.75 
^ oz. vis. oz. 1.75 
^oz.vls.oz. 1.75 








chem. pure,— conform, to U. S. Ph. and Ph. 
G II 








acetate 








hydrochlorate 

nitrate 














sulphate 








valerianate 








Verdigris, purified, see Copi3er,acetate, basic 

•' crystallized, see Copper, acetate, normal, 

'U. S.Ph 
















Verditer, blue, see Coijper, carbonate, blue 










Vermilion, artificial, best, see Mercury, sul- 
phide, red, U. S. Ph 








Vernonin, — [Cj„H.,^0.]. — Glucoside from 
the root of Yernonia nigritans, S. & M., 
(South-east Afiican "Batjentjos");— deU- 
quescent powder. — [Mild heart-tonic] ... 










Dves : Brown 










Vieirin (Yieiric Acid) [YeUozin; Cuprein], 
— from the bark of Eemijia YeUozii, De 
Candolle, (Cuprea - bark). — [A febrifuge 
highly valued in the Brazils. ] 


15 gr. 3.00 








hydroxide, with Lime, [2:1], 
powder 








" " fused, (Filhos's Caustic), see 










Vinegar, concentrated, jDure, (Acetum con- 
pure, — solution 








" do., chem. pure, (Acetum purissimum. 
Ph. G. II), see Acid, acetic, chem. pure, 
— solution 










Vinegar, pyroligneous, {Wood -vinegar), 
turn, Ph. G. II], see Acid, pyro-ligneous, pu- 










Vinegar of Lead, ("Goulard's Extract"), 
see Solutions : Lead acetate, basic, IL S. Ph. 










Vinegar Naphtha, see Ether, acetic 










Vinum Opii, — so-called, — Bee Tinctures: 
Opium, — saffronated 




















Viride .^ris purificatum, see Copper, ace- 
tate, basic 










Vitelliis (Yitellus Ovi), see Egg preparations: 
Yelk, etc 










Vitriol, blue ( Copper-), see Copper, sulphate, 
neutral, U. 8. Ph.; and other grades and 
forms 











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150 



IVLERCK'S INDKX. 



'Vitriol— (continued!), —green (Iron-), see Iron, 
sulphate, Ferrous : U. S. Ph.; do. pre- 
cipitated ; do. exsiccated ; — and other 
grades and forms 


Containers incl. 








' • Lead-, see Lead, sulphate, etc 

" white (Zinc-), see Zinc, sulphate, U. S. 
Ph.; and other giades and forms .... 
Vitriol, so-called "Oil" of; free from Ar- 
senic;— see Acid, sulphuric, crude 

Vitrum Antimonii {Stibii), [Antimonial 
Glass], see Antimony, sulphide, ^•itre- 


































' ■ Arsenii, (Vitreous Arsenic ; Arsenic- 
glass i, see Acid, arsenious, -pure, Imnps 

" Boracis, (Vitrified Borax; Borax-glass), 
see Sodium bi-borate fused 


■ 












Vohimetrie Solutions, pharmacopl, (Test- 

solutions), see at End of List. 
Vf>Tnininft, see Bmcine 


















































































































































^W ater (Aqua), Acorn, — ace. to Rademacher 

' ' Almond, Bitter-, -(Aqua amygdalae ama- 

r<B),— Ph. G. n 

' ' Asaf etida, — (Aqua Asse f oetidte), — simple 
" Balm {Lemon-balm), see Water, Melissa 
' ' Cherry-laurel, see Water, Laurel, Cherry- 
" Chlorine see Chlorine-water 


lb. .50 

lb. .40 
lb. .75 








































" Cinnamon; alcoholized, — (Aqua Cinna- 
iiiomi spirituosa [vinosa]) 

' ' fetid antihysteric, compound, — (Aqua 
foetida anti-hysterica comjiosita. Ph. 
G.I) ' 

' ' hydrosulphuretted 


lb. .50 

lb. 1.00 
lb. .50 

lb. .40 




















" Laurel, Cherry-, — (Aqua Laurocerasi, 
Ph. G. I)..... ^ 














" Melissa (Balm, Lemon-balm), decuple 
" Opium; highly concentrated, quintuple 

" Quassia, — ace. to Eademacher 

" Tobacco,— (Aqua Nicotiame),— ace. to 


lb. 1.00 
lb. 1.25 
lb. .50 

lb. .GO 

lb. .50 























' ' Vomic-nut, — (AquaNucum vomicarum), 






'Water of Ammonia, see Amnion., Water of 








Water, oxygenated, — so-called, — see Hy- 










Water- glass {Soluble Glass and Liquid 
Glass), see Potassium, s'ilicate, etc.; and, 
Sodium, silicate, U. S. Ph. ; etc 











Z1 



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151 



Wax Paper, see under Paper 

"Waxed Sponge, see Spon^'e-tent 

Whey, so-called ' ' Essence " of, see Rennet 


Containers incl. 





















Wine of Opium, — so-called, - see Tinc- 
tures : Opium ; safih-onated 

" of Pepsin, Ph. G. II, see Pepsin Wine 


























Wolfram (Wolframiuni, Tungsten), metalUc, 
chem. pui-e 


15 gr. .30 
lb. 1.50 












•' oxide, tri-, (WoLframic [Tungstic] Ox- 
ide), see Acid, wolframic, anhydrous . 
Wood-oil, so-called, ("East-Indian Wood- 
oil," or : "East-India Copaiva Balsam," so- 
















Wood-spirit (Wood - naphtha, Wood -alco- 
hol), see Alcohol, methylic 

Wood-vinegar, rectified, see Acid, pyro- 
ligneous, purified 

Wool, Philosophers', — so - called, — see 
Zinc, oxide, by dry process 

Woorali (Woorara, Woorari), see Curare .... 






























































































































Xanthine (Xanthin), [Xanthic Oxide; Ure- 
ous Acid, Uric Oxide] 

Xylene (Xylol), [Di-methyl-benzene], pure, 
— b.-pt. 137-140° C [278.6-28-4 F] 

Xylidifift (Amidn-YylpTifi [-^■ylol]j 


15 gr. 10.00 

lb. .85 

oz. . 30 

11 gr. vial 2. 00 




















Xylostein 


























































Yelk {Yolk) [Vitellus], of egg, — dried, — see 

under Egg preparations 

Yttrium, metallic 










15 gr. O.OO 
15 gr. 2.00 








" carbonate 








Yttrium and Platinum, cyanide, see under 
Platinum double Cyanides 
























. 






















i ■ ■■ 











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152 



NlERCK's Index. 



Zinc (Zincum), Amalgams and aUoy of, see 

after the double salts, — [below !] 

•• double salts of, see "Zinc and -"(below!) 
■ metallic, absolutely chemically pure . . . 

" highly pure, granulated 

" " "in sticks 


Containers incl. 
















lb. 3.00 
lb. 1.60 
lb. 1.60 
lb. 1.75 

lb. .50 
lb. .55 
lb. 1.00 
lb. .30 
lb. .40 
lb. .40 
lb. .57 
lb. .50 
oz. .50 
oz. . 30 
oz. . 25 

oz. .59 
oz. .40 
oz. .30 
oz. .25 
oz. 1.00 
oz. .23 
lb. .50 
oz. .50 

oz. .13 
oz. . 15 
oz. . 13 
lb. .30 
lb. .30 
lb. .50 
lb. 1.50 
oz. .75 
oz. .30 
oz. .40 
oz. .27 
oz. . 50 

oz. .27 ' 
J OLvI .01.2.00 
oz. . 70 


















" " powder 

• absolutely free fr. Ai-.senic, —gran- 
ulated;— Zincum, U. S. Ph 














" absol. free fr. Arsenic, — in sticks.. 








" " " " " — coarse powd. 








" powder, (Zinc-dust) 

" blocks, — for Hydrogen lamps. . . . 
" crude, in sticks 




















•• acetate, pure,— U. S. Ph. and Ph. G. II 
" " fused 














albuminate 








• • arseniate (arsenate) 








■ • arsenite 






'• benzoate,— from <rue Benzoic Acid, pre- 
pared from the resin 

" — from artificial Benzoic Acid .... 
• ' bi-borate 


















' • borate 








■ ' bromate 








' ' bromide, — U. S. Ph 








" ' carbonate, precipitated, — U. S. Ph 

chlorate 












•• chloride (muriate), [Butter of Zinc], 
fused, in sticks; — U. S. Ph 








*• " fused, in troches 








" dry,white,— L'.<S.P/i.andPh.G.II 

" crude, dry 

" " liquid, — aqueous solution.. 
" " " " — alcoholic solution 


























" fused, with Potassium Nitrate. . . . 








' • chloro-iodide 








' • chromate 






' ■ citrate 








*• cyanide... | ("Zincum cyanatum sme 
" pure [ Ferro") 

' • f erro-cyanide, (Zincum zooticum [borus- 
sicum]), ["Zincum cyanatum cuni 
Ferro"] 




















' • gynocard ate. — (Dermatological remedy. ) 
■ • h%-po-i>hosphite 














- - ichthyol-sulphonate, see under Ichthyol prep. 

' • iodat<3 








oz. 1.50 

oz. .52 

oz. .34 

15 gr. .50 








" iodide,— U. S. Ph 








" lactate 








* ' mono-chlor-acetate, cryst 

" muriate, see Zinc, chloride, U. \ Ph.s; 
and other grades and forms 














lb. .75 
oz. .25 
oz. .35 
lb. 1.00 
lb. .70 

lb. .65 
lb. .60 

lb. .25 
oz. .40 

oz. . 94 








" " pure 

* ' oleate 














" oxalate 






• 


" oxide, by wet proc, white, chem. pure. 
" " " " " —U.S.Ph.and 
Ph. G. II 














* " " " n 








•" "by dry process, (Flowers of Zinc; 
so-called "Philosophei-s' Wool "; 
Nihil album) 

'• per-manganate, liquid,— [25%] 

" chem. pure, cryst., - a highly pure, 
well crj'stallized preparation ; — 
free fr. Potassiixm Per-mangan., 
(Chlorine, Sulphuric Acid, etc. . . 



















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IVlERCK's Index. 



163 





Containers incl. 
oz. . 18 

OZ. .77 

OZ. .77 
oz. .65 
oz. .35 
oz. . 30 
oz. .49 
oz. . 45 

lb. .31 
lb. 1.00 
oz. .40 
oz. .30 
lb. .75 








" phosphide (phosphuret), lumps j U. S. ) 

" " powder j Ph. { 

" phosphite 

' ' picrate (picro-nitrate) 

" p>TO-phosphate 












































* ' sulphate, (Zinc Vitriol ; White Vitriol), 

pure, crj'st., — U. S. Ph 

" " pure, dry 

" " in sticks 




















*' sulphide (sulphiiret), pure 

<' " commercial 














" sulpho-ichthyolate, see under Ichthyol prep- 
arations 








" sulpho-phenated^benol-sulphonate, sul- 
pho-carbolate), cryst. , — [Para-phenol- 
sulphonate of Zinc], — Ph. G. II 

" tannate 


oz. .14 
oz. .30 
oz. .40 
oz. .75 
oz. .35 
oz. .30 














*' tartrate 








" tri-chlor-phenate 








" valerianate, crj-st., light, — ?7. S. Ph. . . . 








•' " powder 








Zinc and Aluminium, sulphate, see Alum, 
zincic 








" and Ammonium, chloride 


oz. .60 








" and Iron, cvanide, so-called, see Zinc, 
ferro-cyanide 








" and Manganese, chloride 


lb. .75 








" and Mercury . . . . [ Amaisarm.-see zuwAm^u 

,, ,, ,1 1 mjv, 1 gam; and, Zinc and Tin, 

and 'iln, ) Amalgam- (below') 








" and Potassium, cyanide, cryst 


oz. 1.00 








Zinc Alum, see Alnm, zincic 








' ' Amalgam 


lb. 1.50 
lb. 2.00 
oz. . 50 








" and Tin, Amalgam 








" -Sodium alloy 








" Vitriol, {White Vitriol), see Zinc, sul- 
phate, U. S. Ph.; and other grades and 
forms 








Zinc, Butter of, see Zinc, chloride, U. S. 
Ph.s ; and other grades and forms . . . 










" Dust of, see Zinc, metallic, powder . . . 










" Flowers of, see Zinc, oxide, b}- dry 
process 










Zirconium, metallic, cryst. , — fine leaflets . . 


15 or. 10. 00 








" oxide 15 gr. 1.10 

" sulphate 15 gi'. 1 .00 














Zirconium and Potassium, fluoride 15 gr. 50 








Zynaase, see Invertin 


























































































































1 





N,B.— See nectpof/e for "Specimen Collections" and "Test-Solutions ";—/)n//e 155 
tor "Merck's Guaranteed Reagents ";— and page 156 for TfiWe of AhhreHntlons. 



.^*When ordering, specify: "MERCK'S"! 



154 



IVlERCK's Index. 



SPECIMEN COLLECTIONS. 

Alkaloids— (5'2 Specimens): 

— in tubes of l-grauime liquid capacity 

~" " "4- " 
Alkaloids. Glucosides, etc. (72 Specimens) : 

— iu tubes of l-graiiime liquid capacity 

" " '■ i. '• " " 

The Opium constituents, complete, —einbrac- 
ing 23 Alkaloids, etc., in QrANTiriES 
COKRESPONDING to tile average propor- 
tions in which they naturally occur 
in the Crude Drug 

Metals— (64 Specimens) 

Physiological Preparations— (42 Specimens) 



\l 



TEST-SOLUTIONS. 

for Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses. 

Indicator Solutions: 

Chameleon Rlineral, (Manganate of Potas- 
sium). — Titration not guaranteed 

Cochineal, -^ hydro - alcoholic, [3 :250], — 
Ph. G. II 

Lacmus (Chemically Pure Litmus), for alka- 
limetry, — titrated 

Phenol - phtalein, — alcoholic, [1 : 100], — 
Ph. G. II 



Titrated Normal Solutions, for quantit. analyses: 

Acid, nitric, — normal, = '/looo equivalent of 

alkaline earth 

" oxahc, — normal, = '/jooo equivalent of 

alkali 

" sulphuiic, — normal, = '/,„„(, equiva- 
lent of alkali 

Arsenic, — (Arsenious Oxide, Anhydrous 
Arsenious Acid), - deci-normal,='/,„ „„„ 
equivalent of Chlorine ! . . 

Barium Chloride, — normal 

Copper Tartrate, potassic, — {Fehling's Solu- 
tion) 

Iodine 

Mercuric Nitrate, — 1 cub. cm. = 0.01 gram- 
me Urea 

Potassa, caustic, — normal, = '/joon equiva- 
lent of acid 

Silver Nitrate, — deci - normal, = '/,„ ^g^ 
equivalent of Bromine or Chlorine 

Soap, — ace. to Clark. — Titration not guar- 
anteed 

Soda, caustic, — duplo-normal, — for Vinegar 
tests 

Sodium Chloride, — deci-normal, = '/io,ooo 
equivalent of Silver '. . . 

Sodium Thio-sulphate {"Hypo-sulphite"), — 
deci-normal 

Uranic Acetate, — 1 cub. cm. =0.005 gramme 
P^O, 

Uranic Nitrate, — 1 cub. cm. =0.005 gramme 
PoO. 



Containers incl. 



38.00 
20.00 



Pharmacopeial Volumetric Solutions, — according 
to U. S. Ph. or to Ph. G. U., etc., -fur- 
nished to order. 



45.00 
23.50 



20.00 
20.00 



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NlERCK's Index. 



155 



MERCK'S GUARANTEED REAGENTS. 

If.B. — TTiese Reagents are supplied by me under Steict Gfabantee of their Absohjte Conformitt 
to the SXAUDABDS OF PxTBiTT established by Da. C. Ebadch'b Tkeatise on " Pttbitt-Tests fob Ohemi- 
CAi. RzAGENTS." — In Order to obtain them under the Guabakt££ stated, it will bt necessary to specift, in 
each instance : — " M£BCE's Ouabaktsed Beaoents." 



Acid, acetic, ch. p., cone, [1.064] 


Manganese, per-oxide, nativr, (Black Oxide*. 


" carminic, pure 


[Pyrolusite ].— lumps 


" chromic, ch. p.; jreefr. Sulphuric Acid 


Mercury, bichloride, iCorr. Sublimate), ch. p. 


" citric, perfectly white, ch. p., cryst. 


" nitrate, Mercurous, ch. p. 


" hydrochloric, pure, [1.19] 


" oxide. Mercuric, yellow (by wet process). 


" hydrofluoric, fuming, ch. p. 


[Yell'/w Precipitate], ch. p. 


" hydro-ailico-fluoric, ch. p. 


Paper, Litmus- ; red or blue 


" molybdic, pure 


Platinum, tetra-chloride, (per-chloridei, [Platinic 


" " ch. p.; freefr. Ammonia 


Chloride], — formerly called bi- or di ■ chlo- 


" nitric, pure, [1.20] 


ride ; - dry, pure 


" •' fuming, pure, [1.48] 


Potassium, antimonate, pure 


" oxalic, ch. p. 


" bi-chromate. ch. p., cryst. 


" phospho-molybdic,— solution 


'• bi-sulphate, ch. p., cryst. 


" " -wolframic [-tungstic), — solution 


" bromate, ch. p. 


" pyro-gallic, re-sublimed 


" carbonate, ch. p. 


" sulphuric, ch. p., [1.84] 


" chlorate, ch. p. 


" " fuming 


" chromate. yellow, ch. p. 


" tannic, see Tannin 


" cyanide, ch. p. 


" tartaric, ch. p., cryst. 


" /ernV-cyanide, {Rtd Prussiate of Potassa) 


Alcohol, absolute, pure, [0.796] 


" firro- •• {Yellow " " " ) 


■• amylic, ch. p. 


" hydroxide ("hydrate", [Caustic Polassa], 


" methylic, ch. p. 


ch p. 


Ammonia, Water of, pure, [0.925],— abt. 20% 


" do., pure pirif. hy Alc.\ — sticks or lumps 


Axamonio-Ferrcus Sulphate 


" purified, — sticks or lumps 


Ammonium, carbonate, ch. p. 


" iodide, ch. p. 


" chloride, pure 


" nitrate, ch. p. 


" fluoride, ch. p. 


" nitrite, ch. p. 


" molybdate, ch. p. 


" per-manganate, pure, cryst. 


" nitrate, ch. p. 


" " ch. p.; free fr. Sulphuric Acid 


" oxalate, ch. p. 


" sulphate, ch. p. 


" sulphate, ch. p. 


" sulpho - cyanats {Ihi i - cyanat' ; rhodanide). 


Aniline, pure 


ch. p. 


Barium, acetate, ch. p. 


Silver, metallic, ch. p., - sheet 


" carbonate, ch. p. 


" nitrate, ch. p., — cryst. or sticks 


" chloride, ch. p. 


Sodium, acetate, ch. p. 


" hydroxide ("hydrate "), [Caustic Saryto], 


" bi-borate, pure, cryst., i^rismoiic, (Officinal 


ch. p., cryst. 


Keflned Borax) 


" nitrate, ch. p. 


" bi-carbonate, ch. p.. powder 


Bismuth, hydroxide (hydrated tri-oxide , pure 


" bi-sulphate, c! . p., cryst. 


Calcium, chloride, ch. p., cryst. 


" bi-siilphite, pure, dry 


" " pure, dry 


" carbonate, ch. p.. cryst. 


" oxide, c;ustic, (Burnt Lime),— from marble 


.. .. (Jry 


" " •• —from Iceland spar 


" chloride, ch. p. 


" sulphate, pure, precipitated 


" hydroxide ("hydrate"), [Caustic Soda], 


Carbon Bi-sulphide, ("Alcohol Sulphuris"), pure 


ch. -p.—fiom Sodium 


Chloroform, pure 


" do., pure (purif. by Alc.\ — sticks or lumps 


Cobalt, nitrate, ch. p. 


" " purified,— sticks or lumps 


Copper, metallic, ch. p. 


" nitrate, ch. p. 


" oxide (mou-oiide), pure, powder 


" nitrite, ch p. 


" " " " coarse granules 


" thio-sulphate so-c." hyposulphite "),ch. -p. 


" sulphate, ch. p., cryst. 


" wolframate (tunrjstate), ch. p. 


Di-phenyl-amine, ch. p. 


Sodium and Ammonium, phosphate, pure 


Ether, ch. p., [0.720-0.722] 


Solution of Ammonia, aqu., see Amm., Water of 


" ■■ •< anhydrous; distilled over Sodium 


" of Ammonium Sulphide, hydrosulphur- 


Hydroxyl-amine, hydrochlorate, ch. p. 


etted, — (Hudrothion-Ammonium solution) 


Iodine, re-sublimed, ch. p. 


" of Indigo Sulphate 


Iron, chloride. Ferric, (8e6qui-[tri-]chloride) 


" of Potassium Hydroxide, pure, [1.30] 


" sulphate, Ferrous, ch. p., cryst. 


" of Sodium Hydroxide, cru.le, [1.30j ; free 


" sulphide (sulphuret). Ferrous, — lumps 


fr. Nilrofjen 


" " " " — sticks 


" " do. do., pure, [1.30]; freefr. Nitrogen 


Iron and Ammonium, sulphate, — Ferrous, — see 


Tannin (Tannic Acid), ch. p. 


Ammonio-Ferrous Sulphate 


Tin, chloride, (true 6i-chloride; , pure, cryst. 


Lead, acetate, ch. p. 


Uranium, nitrate, ch. p. 


" chromate, pure 


Water of Ammonia, see Ammonia, Water of 


" oxide, yilUw. (monoxide), [Lttharge], ch. p. 


Zinc, metallic, ch. p.,— granulated or sticks 


Magnesium, carbonate 


" " — powder 


" chloride, ch. p. 


" " —absoltdrly free fr. Arsenic, — aiiclsA 


" oxide, (Calcined Magnetia) 


'• " — do. do. do. (2o.,— granulated 


" " free fr . Sulphuric Acid 


" " — " ' —coarse powder 


" sulphate, ch. p. 


" " powder, (Zinc-dust) 



aS-For TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS,— «ce next paoe.'-=&. 



OCCASIONALLY EMPLOYED IN THE PRECEDING LISTS. 

The ABBRETIATIOII : MKAMS : 

ab. or abt about 

abs absolute 

Ac. Acid 

ace according 

Ale Alcohol 

ale. or alco alcoholic 

anh. or anhyd anhydrous 

Aq. or aq. Aqua ( Water, = H2 0) 

aqu. or aqne aqueous 

artif artificial 

OB or °Bk degrees of Baume's hydrometer 

bot's bottles 

b.-p. or boil.-pt boiling-point 

oc degrees of Celsius's {.centigrade) thermometer 

cbcm or cub. cm cubic centimetre[8] (—- 16.0-1. — or, about 16'4 — minims) 

eg centigrammefs] (i/ion of a gramme) [= 0.i;<3 — or, about 

'•'•/loo — of a grain] 

ch. p. or ch. pure ehenucally pure 

cm centimetre[8l {= O.3937 — or, about -i/io — of an inch) | 

com'l or comm'l commercial 

comp. or comp'd compound 

cone. concentratus {or concentrated) 

conf conforming 

cont containing 

contin continued 

corr corrosive 

depur depuratus (= purified) 

diss dissolves 

div. spec divers species 

eflf. or eflferv effervescent (effervescing) 

emp. or empyr empyreumatic 

eth. or ether, or eth'l ethereal 

Ex. or Ext Extract 

expr expressed 

r — {degree-mark omitted .') — . degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer 

Fl. Ex. or Fl. Ext Fluid Extract 

fr. from 

gm gramme[fi] ( = 15.4303 — or, about 15 'i — grains) 

gr. grain {or grains) 

gran granulated or granules 

hyd.-alc. or hydro-alcb. . . . hydro-alcoholic 

ident identical 

imp. pwd. impalpable powder 

insp inspissated 

Ige. large 

Lic.-r. or Licor.-rt . Licorice-root 

Liq. Liquor (= Solution) 

liq liquid 

mg milligramme[8](i/ioooofagramme)[=abt. i/c of agrain] 

mm . millimetre[sj (= O.039 — or, about -t/ioo — of an inch) 

mol. or molec molecule {or molecules) 

ni.-p. or melt.-pt melting-point 

mtd mounted 

orig original 

psrf. or prf perfectly 

Ph. Au. or Ph. Austr Pharmacopoeia Austriaca, of 1869 ; and Additions of 1879 

Ph. Belg " Belgica, of 1885 

I'h.B. »or Ph.Bor.)V;(— VI) '• Borussica, of 1829 ; (— of 1846) 

Ph. Br. i.T Ph. Brit " Britannica, of 1867 

Ph. Br. n. or Ph. Brit, new " .- .. jggs 

Ph. G. I " Germanica, of 1872 

Ph. G. n ■' '• " 1882 

Ph.Helv. " Helvetica, of 1872; and Additions Of 1876 

Ph. Hung. " Hungarica, of 1871 

Ph. Nl. or Ph. Neer " Noerlandica. of 1871 

Ph. Port " PortUKalleusis, of 1876 

Ph. Boss. " Ropsica {Rusnca), of 1880 

pharm. or pharm'l pharmaoopeial (i^harmacopoeial) 

jjrec. or precip precipitated or precipitate 

prep preparation[8] or prepared 

prep'd prepared 

prf (seeperf.) 

proc. process 

purif. purified 

puriss purissimus (= chemically pure) 

pwd powder or powdered 

rcct rectified 

sm. or sin'i small 

80-c. or 80-c'd so-called 

Sol. or sol Solution {or Solutions) 

8.-p. or 8olid.-pt solidifyinii-point 

sp. gr specific gravity 

sym. or symm . . symmetrical 

und under 

U. S. Ph. .United-States Pharmacopoeia, of 1882 

r.s.ph.ofisi6 " ■• •• i870 

U. S. Ph.g a group of two or more U.-S.-Ph. preparations 

vl. (vlB.) vial (vials) 

W Water 

w. with 

wh ,. white 

156 



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Are always obtainable, and have 

been for nearly a hundred 

years past, 



OF 



W^. H. Schieffelin & Co., 

170 & 172 William Street, 



NEW YORK. 



157 



Works at Feuerbach Works at Sachsenhausen 

Established by FRIDR. JOBST, 1806. Established by C. ZIMMER, 1837. 

Branch House at Milan, 
"SuccEssoRi Di FRIDR. JOBST." 



XJ'ereinigfe ^aSri^en Cfiemiscfi - ^fiarmaceuiiscfier ^roducie, 
^euerdacB-SiuHgart ii. J-ran^furi a. DdZ., 

ZIMMER & CO., 

FRANKFORT 0. M., Germany. 



ZIMMER'S 



QUININE, 



QUINIDINE, CINCHONIDINE, CINCHONINE. 



THIS 
Brand is Represented in the United States of America by 

E. MERCK'S U.S. HOUSE, 

73 William Street, NEW YORK. 



|^"PRjC^S will compare favorably with those of any other reputed brand. 



158 



ESTABLISHED 1851. 



ElMER I AMEND, 

Nos. 205, 207, 209 and 211 Third Avenue, 

NEW YORK. 

18th Street Station of Elevated R, R. 
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF 

STRICTLY CHEMICALLY PURE CHEMJCALS, ACIDS, 

AND 

CHEMICAL APPARATUS. 

Only uptown house carrying FULL LINE OF MERCK'S GOODS on hand. 



Polariscopes, 

Hammered 

Platina, 

Nickel Ware. 



Glass Blowing 
and Engraving 
done or prem- 
ises. 




Assay Goods, 

Bunsen's 

Burners, 

Combustion 

Furnaces, 

Agate Mortars, 

Copper Stills, 

etc. 



We carry the heaviest and best selected stock of Chemical Apparatus, 
Platina Goods, Filter Papers, Bohemian Glass, Royal Berlin China, Acid 
Proof Stoneware, Balances and Weights in the U. S. Being the sole repre- 
sentatives of the following large and world renowned Manufacturers, our 
facilities are unlimited. 

C. Schleicher & Sehlill's Gerraan Filter Papers. 
E. March Sohne, German Chemical Stoneware. 
Joseph Kavaher's, Infusible Bohemian Glass. 
LeBmn, P. Desmoutis & Co.'s Chem. pure Hammered Platina. 
H. Fleitmann's, Wrought Nickel Ware. 

Greiner & Friedrieh's, German Glass Ware. 

G. Kern & Sohn, German Balaneea and Weights. 

Dr. C. Scheibler's, Standard Su^ar-Testing Instrument. 



159 



THEODORE METCALF & CO., 

Pharmaceutical Chemists, 
39 Tremont Street, BOSTON, MASS. 

OlvKUXI IvAKAE M:ETC^IvK. 

PURE ODORLESS WOOL FIIT. 




Free from ^ATATER, ANIMAL and VEGETABLE FATS. 



ivrEJATiEin. z^otjXjX^s ok. Sm*.A.3Ft-A.TE:S. 



Less our usual Trade Discount. 

One-lb. Cans, 1 dozen in case, 50 cts per lb. 

Five-lb. Cans, J dozen in case, 45 " " 

Fifty onOne Hundred-lb. cans, boxed, 30 " " 
We pay Freight ONLY on lots of Fifty Pounds. 
FOR SA-LE BY .A^LL 'WIIOIL.ES.A-LEJ DRXJG-G-ISTS. 
We solicit correspondence for the various grades, as we can furnish 
any color or melting-point. 

METCALF'S COCA WINE FROM FRESH COCA LEAVES. 

The superior quality of wine and coca has commended this wine to 
the physicians and buyers of the United States. 

•••■••■■■Seud /or REBATE circular atid price List.'i ••••• 

ALKALOIDS, CHENIICALS, IVIETALS, 

FINE, BABE and CBUDE of every description. 

From the many years we have dealt in this class of supplies, we claim to be leaders in 
this branch of the drug trade, and by constantly replenishing and increasing our stock, and at 
once procuring or manufacturing all new chemical products, we are able to do full justice to all 
orders or requests for quotations. 

We make a specialty of the prodnots from the Laboratories of 

T. MORSON &, SON, - - - LONDON. 

E. MERCK, . - - - DARMSTADT. 



160 



Peninsular White Lead and Color Works, 



DETROIT, MICH 



and Manufacturers 



ZFINE PURE PAINTS 



For House Painting and Decorating. 

SUPERFINE COACH COLORS in japan. 

FINE PURE COLORS IN OIL 
RAILWAY Paints, 

PRIMING, FILLING, ROUGH STUFF AND SURFACERS. 

PURE READY MIXED PAINTS. 

WHITE AND TINTED LEADS. 

CARRIAGE AND BUGGY PAIMXS, 

Ready for Use, Quick Drying, in Nine Choice Colors. 

DIPPING AND PASTK PAINTS, 

For Wagon Makers and Agricultural Implements Manufacturers. 



We offer special inducements to large buyers on Peninsular Permanent Red, Vermilions, 
Chrome Greens and Yellows, Maple Leaf Permanent Green, Prussian, Chinese, Steel and 
Soluble Blues, Rose Pink, Lakes, Pulp Colors, Wall Paper Colors and other specialties for 
Grinders, Paper Manufacturers, Lithographers, etc. 

Peninsular Non-Corrosive Iron Filler and Steel Color Paints (four shades) for Founders, 
Machinists, Engine Builders, etc., and Penmsular Wood Fillers are warranted to give satis- 
faction in every respect. 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED, 

FARRAND, WILLIAMS & CO., General Agents, 
DETROIT, MICH, 



Factory : Lieb Street, from Transit R. R. to Riven Front. 



ESTABLISHED 1815. 



Farrand, Williams & Co., 

Importing and Manufactlring Wholesale 

DRUGGISTS 



ANO DEALERS IN 



DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. 



state Agency and Depot for all the Leading Patent Medicines. 

Our own Importations of Crude Drugs, Essential Oils, Olive Oil, Chamois Skins, 

Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes, Etc. 
Are offered to the Drug Trade in competition with Eastern markets. We grind and powder our 
own Drugs from choicest selections, and can therefore guarantee their quality, as well as the relia- 
bility of our Fluid Extracts, Elixirs, Medicated Syrups and Fine Pharmaceutical Preparations. 

Orders by Mail a Specialty. We protect the retail trade by not selling to consumers, 
we fill all orders promptly and completely for all goods in our line, and obtain other goods it 
they are to be had in our market. 

We carry the greatest variety and the largest stock of any house in the Slate in our line. 
The fitting up of new drug stores complete a specialty. 

FARRAND, WILLIAMS & CO. 



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m 




(ZET AXjI-.E'S) 

AS A 

1. HYPNOTIC, ANODYNE, SEDATIVE. 

2. TONICO-NERVINE. 

3. ANTI-EPILEPTIC. 

4. MITIGANT OF VARIOLA VERA. 

5. ANTI-ARTHRITO-RHEUMATIC. 

According to most distinguished medical testimony, Antifebrin, in the 
above and many other applications, has superseded the following older 
remedies in Efficacy or in Safety : Quinine, Antipyrlne, Potassitiin Bromide, the 
Iodides, Chloral Hydrate, Aconite, Morphine, Caffeine, Kairine, Salicylic Acid, 
Water. 

Beside the above, Antifebrin continues to enjoy the decided preference of the 
Medical Profession OVER ALL OTHER ANTIPYRETICS; being, f. !., 
of Four Times the Strength of Antipyrlne, — according to the Clinical Report 
of Drs. A. Cahn and P. Hepp, of Prof. Kussmaul's Clinique at the University of 
Strassburg. 



lODOLE 



[ Tetr - lod - Pyrrole. ] 



— Containing over Eighty-eight Per Cent, of Iodine. 



DUCGEDANEUM 
U -' 




a All its External Uses. 

in Antiseptic Power. 

Entirely Pleasant and Safe ! ! ! 



lODOLE 



Wholly Odorless and 
Absolutely Non-Toxic. 



IODOFORM ] and Poisonous Effects. 



Sole Licensee for the U. S.: E. MERCK, new York. 



162 



THE TORglOpI BALf GE. 




No 

Friction. 

NO 

Wear, 



Style 281. 

Capacity 8 ounces on each pan. Sensible to i/iooth grain. 

Six years' constant use of the Torsion Balance have proved it to be 
far superior to any form of Knife-edge balance. 



Duratile. 

Accurate 




SeiisitiYe. 
CoiiYeiileat, 



style 269. 

Prescription Scale 3 inch german silver pans. Capaci^ 8 ounces, sensitive to i/64th grain 

with rider beam graduated on upper edge from V^ grain to 8 grains, and on 

lower edge from >i centigram to 5 decigrams. 




Style 254. 
Coimter Scale. 9 inch pans. 



Style 270. 
Prescription Scale. 



"Write fbr !Price List to 

THE SPRINGER TORSION BALANCE CO., 



OJ2 Jb^eside Street, 



NEW "yORKL. 



163 



ESTABLISHED IN 1840. 



HENRY TROEMNER, 

710 Market Street, PHILADELPHIA. 



MAKER OF 




jmULYTIGIlL Bala nces, flSSIlY Balances, R,»c. 

<]PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION> 



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-SO 

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ESSENCES ^Ig^HEMICALS, etc. 

93 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK. 

HAND PRESSED 

OIL OF LEMON, J. C. 

MANUFACTURED AT 



EXPRESSLY FOB 



JAMES CHASKEL S GO. 



OUR 



16 Pap 

PRICE LKT 

CONTAINING OUR 

MANY 

MAILED ON 

APPLICATION 



164 



giNGER & ^HEELER, 

IMPORTERS AND 

Wholesale- * Druggists, 

AND DEALERS IN 

DRUGGIST SUNDRIES. 



Salesrooms: 420 to 426 South Washington Street, 

WAREROOMS: 423 TO 4-29 SOUTH WATER STREET, 

PEORIA, ILL. 

Catalogues and special quotations furnished on 
application. 



CREOLIN 

-A SUCCEDANEUM- 

FOR CARBOLIC ACID, 

CORROSIVE SUBLIMATE, 

AND FOR MOST OF THE 

GENERALLY PROPHYLACTICAL, SURGICAL, and GYN ECOLOGICAL 

DISINFECTANTS, 

ANTISEPTICS, ANTI-ZYMOTICS, 
BACTERICIDES, 'DEODORIZERS, 
ASEPTICS, AND DETERGENTS. 





O XI X3 O Xj Z 3Nr 

Is NOT a Synthetic Com/>ou7id. but a A'atumt Group, of a number of the Higher Phenols, 

— including principally the Ckesols, — abstracted from Coal-Tar Creasote. 
Is NOT Poisonous (as Carbolic Acid and Corrosive Sublimate are), while just as reliable 

and efficient a Disinfectant and Antiseptic (in proper proportion); and a fak .more 

ENERGETIC Dcodorizer than Carbolic Acid. 
Is readily miscible — by Emulsion — with Water, and very convenient of application as a 

Wound-, Ulcer-, and Ganjfrene-Dressing. 
In combination with Mollin, it forms tlie best Aseptic Gynecological Lubricant. 
In Veterinary Practice, it is preferred to all other Means of Surface Disinfection. 

Sole Licensee for the U. S.: E. MERCK, new York. 



165 



ESTABLISHED 18S6. 



JULIUS ZELLER, 

37 BOWKRY, 

p. 0. Box 2824. NEW YORK. 

Imporler, Exporter ^^ui blotter 

OF 

FOREIGN I DOMESTIC DRUGS. 



Pharmaceutical Preparations, 

Fine Chemicals and Rare Alkaloids, 

New Remedies and Essential Oils, 
Prime Norwegian Cod-Liver Oil, 

True Dalmatian Insect Powder, 

Select Botanical Goods, 

SOLID, FLUID AND POWDERED EXTRACTS. 



rULLEST AND COMPLETEST STOCK OONSTANTLT ON HAND, 



ALSO 



E. MERCK'S Fine Chemicals. 



166 




Merck'8 PEPSIN"? 



— ANSW ER : — 



All those VarioDs Grades and Forms of pepsin 

WHICH ABE BEQUIBED BY THE DIFFEEING 

Pharmacopsias and Pharmaceutic Usages of All Nations! 



This ol<l fact has lately been utilized by Competitors for the pur- 
pose of creating confusion in the Public Mind on the above question '> 
one of the Lower Grades made by MERCK according to the 
offlcial requirements of the Pharmacopoeias, being used by 
them in Competitive Tests, and falsely quoted by them as represent- 
ing "MERCK'S PEPSIN" generally. —The above answer is there- 
fore made, in order to correct those false representations. 



;ti^onc • of • ii)e: . Z-i^cvs ■ of • ^nv • of- MERCK'S • PEPSINS • fta&e • c&cr 
iiob • occosioTj • fo • <XBk • ti)it • abofxt • question; • for • tf>cp • knoto • toBat • if)iv 
avi • usin^ ; • anb • ikis • is • prcdscfp • ^Pe • ^^cggon • ^Bp • tRep • use • if. 



THE PRINCIPAL VARIETIES 

OF — 

MERCK'S PEPSIN 

■WXLL BE FOUND ENTJIEEBATED • " 

In (Page 106 of the Preceding List. 



Q PECIFY "M ERCK'S" P EPSINS 

FOB 

EXCELLENCE, PERMANENCE, AND ECONOMY. 



167 



ESTABLISHED 1866. INCORPORATED 1888. 

Henry Heil Chemical Company, 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 

W^HOLESALK * DrUGOISXS, 
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

Ctiemieals ami Giiemieai Ipparatas. 

SOLE AGENTS FOR: 

J. H. Munktell's Swedish Filtering-Paper, Josef Kavalier's Unexcelled Bohemian 

Glassware, Royal Berlin and Berlin Porcelain Laboratory Ware, 

Battersea Crucibttes, Scorifiers, Muffles and Furnaces. 

and L. Reimann's Superior Metal Goods. 

AGENTS FOR: 

Troemner's and Becker's Balances and Weights, Joseph Dixon's Blacklead 

Crucibles, Gundlach's Celebrated Hessian Crucibles, Freiberg Scorifiers, etc. 

LARGE STOCK OF: 

Galvanic Batteries, Insulated Wire, Gas-, Coal Oil- and Gasoline Laboratory Stoves, Filtering- 
Paper, Filter Pumps, Geissler's Air-Fiimps for Electric Light Companies, Drying 
Apparatus, Platmum Wire, Foil and Ware, Hydrometers, Thermometers, 
Mortars of Steel, Iron, Brass, Porcelain, Wedgewood, Glass and 
Agate, Ringstands, Bimsen Burners, Blastlamps, etc. 

WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF : 

E. MERCK'S CELEBRATED CHEMICALS 

FOR SCIENTIFIC. PHARMACEUTICAL, PHOTOGRAPHIC. MANUFACTURING 
AND TECHNICAL PURPOSES. 

As we always have ON HAND all and every appliance and 
apparatus for chemical and metallurgical researches, we can 
supply MORE PROMPTLY than other houses all apparatus, 
utensils and materials used by 

Smelters, Iron and Steel Manufacturers, Chemists, Assayers, 
Druggists, Miners, Manufacturing Jewelers, etc. 

Gominereial nl Cheinicallji pure Acids a Specialtij. 

WE HANDLE ALSO LARGELY ALL HEAVY CHEMICALS, SUCH AS : 

Coppsras, Blue Stone, Plaster Paris, Blacklead, Cryolite, SiUea, 
Tripoh, Tripoh Composition, Crocus, Argols, Alum, Saltpeter, 
Borax, White Lead, Bicarbonate of Soda, Hjrposvilphite of Soda, 
Soda Ash, Pearlash, Glauber Salt, Epsom Salt, RocheUe Salt, 
Carbonate of Ammonia, Sal Ammoniac, Tartaric Acid, Citric 
Acid, Oxahc Acid, Cream of Tartar, etc. 



Before plaeltig your orders, get our quotations! 

Henry Heil Chemical Company, 

212 SOUTH FOUETH ST., ST. LOUIS, MO. 



168 



JOHN WYETH & BROTHER, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Elegant « phapmaceutieal « ppeparations, 



EMBRACING 



Medicinal Elixirs, Wines, Syrups, Liquors, Saccharated Pepsin, 

Pure Pepsin (Pepsin Porci), Absorbent Cotton, Suppositories, 

Medicinal Fluid Extracts, 

COMPRESSED PILLS (OR POWDERS), COMPRESSED HYPODERMIC TABLETS, 
COMPRESSED TABLET TRITURATES, COMPRESSED MEDICINAL LOZENGES, 
WYETH'S LIQUID EXTRACT OF MALT, 

WYETH'S BEEF, WINE AND IRON. 

WYETH'S DIALYSED IRON. 



The above list is a synopsis of the character of the products of our establish- 
ment, and to which we beg to call the attention of manufacturing chemists, 
wholesale and retail druggists, and physicians. We will at all times be pleased 
to furnish Price Lists, Formulae Lists, and circular matter pertaining to any and 
all of our preparations. 

We were the originators of very many of the most extensively prescribed 
pharmaceutical combinations now in use, and were the pioneers in what is now 
generally termed Elegant Pharmacy. We were the first to introduce to the trade 
and medical men Compressed Pills, Compressed Hypodermic Tablets, Compressed 
Lozenges, and lastly, Compressed Tablet Tnturates. The phenomenal favor 
with which they have been received is the best evidence of their value, as they are 
rapidly superseding all other kinds of Pills. Their wonderful accuracy, beauty 
of finish, ready solubility, permanency and ease of administration render them 
not only invaluable to the profession, but one of the greatest, if not the greatest, 
achievements in pharmacy of the age. 

We are, perhaps, among the largest Manufacturers of Pepsin in the world, 
and claim for it a potency and digestive power greater than that of any produced. 

Our list of Fluid Extracts embraces all the officinal, as well as unofficinal, 
drugs that are possessed of any medicinal value. They are made by a process 
pecuHarly our own, from the most carefully selected, fresh, crude material ; their 
exhaustion is absolutely complete, so that every pound represents a pound of drug. 

Our Liquid Extract of Malt we have every reason to believe, from compara- 
tive tests and the high enconiums we have received from all sources, to be a prep- 
aration in every way worthy of all we claim for it, containing as it does a larger 
amount of nutritious malt extract, with less alcoholic spirit, than any other made. 

Elixirs, Wines, Syrups, Liquors, Preparations of Beef, as made by us, are so 
well and favorably known they hardly require special mention. We claim for them 
absolute accuracy, careful and scrupulous attention to detail, and are in every 
respect just as represented on our labels. 

We believe our Dialysed Iron is now recognized as the standard preparation of 
this article, supplying, as we do, not only the home market, but very extensively 
that of Europe. 

Butter of Cacao Suppositories, we have for many years been large producers, 
and flatter ourselves, as made by us, every characteristic and requirement is ful- 
filled. Our list is very complete, embracing almost every variety of formula: for 
the rectum, urethra, vagina, ear and nose. We are always glad to make any 
special formulcc desired. 



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A VALUABLE ADDENDUM 
To ALL Medical cr Pharmaceutical Periodicals 

MERCK'S BULLETIN," 

— A. NIONTHLY — 

Record of New Discoveries^ Introductions, or Applications of 

Medicinal Chemicals. 

i^^BHBi Moved by Professional — not Business — Interest ! mammt^m 

SUBSCRIPTION price: one dollar per annum. 



MERCK'S BULLETIN" Saves Time to the busy Practitioner or Dis- 
penser, in giving Prompt Information of Interesting and Valuable 
Additiotis to Ihe Materia Medica, in the MosT CONCISE Form Possible. 

MERCK'S Bulletin ■• makes an Exclusive Specialty of reporting those 
Advances in Chemical Art which are of importance to the Physician and j 
to the Druggist, — giving them Unmixed with, and Unaccompanied 
BY, Any Other Matter Whatever. 

MERCK'S BULLETIN" is a Thoroughly Reliable Source of Impartial 
and Exact Information, — being edited Without Any Bias as to the 
Origin, Makership, or Sellinc;-Interest of any Substance discussed 
by it. 

MERCK'S Bulletin ■■ contains A'o Advertisements or Business Notices — 
either open or disguised ; No Editorial Discussions, Correspondence, 
Nor Any Expressions of View or Opinioti; — it consists Solely oi a CON- 
SCIENTIOUS Co.mpilation OF Actually Ascertained Facts on NEW 
Developments in the MATERIA MEDICA. 



%^r Send your Address to E. MERCK, New York, for Free Sample Copy! 






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