Textbook Of Chemistry For Nurses And Students Of Home Economics by Annie Louise Macleod

Textbook Of Chemistry For Nurses And Students Of Home Economics

byAnnie Louise Macleod

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1920. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Chemicals And Apparatus Required For A Class Of Ten Students (Items marked § are used for demonstration or for making up a quantity of solution, and need not be increased for a larger number of students.) Chemicals Amount Name 1 lb. Acid, Acetic# Hydrochloric^ Nitric#' Sulphuric# 1 liter Alcohol, 95 per cent.# 2 oz. Animal charcoal (powdered)# y± lb. Barium chloride# lb. Barium hydroxide! 2 oz. Calcium oxide i lb. Calcium carbonate (marble chips) y± lb. Copper sulphate (cryst.)# 3 ft. Copper wire (medium size) 15 Diastase capsules Y± oz. Egg albumin powdered 3 gms. Ferrous sulphate# 1 oz. Gelatine (powdered, preferably) 1 oz. Glucose (corn syrup) M oz. Glycerine 20 c.c. Hydrogen peroxide^ K lb. Iron filings or tacks 1 oz. Iodine 1 roll Magnesium ribbon 1 gm. Manganese dioxide, powdered# ]4, lb. Mercuric oxide (Red oxide of mercury) }4. lb. Mercury# 1 oz. Potassium acid sulphate 20 gms. Potassium ferrocyanide# yi lb. Potassium hydroxide^ 5 gms. Potassium iodide lb. Potassium nitrate yi lb. Rochelle salt (sodium potassium tartrate)! 1 lb. Soda lime Amount Name 100 gms. Sodium carbonate (Anhydrous)# 2 lbs. Sodium carbonate, crystalline (Washing soda) 1 oz. Sodium bicarbonate 1 lb. Sodium chloride 1 lb. Sodium hydroxide H lb. Starch % lb. Sugar (cane) 1 oz. Sulphur (Flowers) 2 gms. Tartaric acid# Apparatus Balance and Weights.--For student use the small horn pan balances (Fig. 14) will be found very satisfactory. They are sentitive to 1/100 of a gram. For weighing larger quantities, as in making up solutions for laboratory use, the Harvard trip balance (Fig. 15) is more convenient. Metric weights from centigrams up to 200 gms. will be required. Amount Name 1 Battery jar# (for exp. 9). Plain glass jar (Fig. 16). Height 8 in., diameter 6 i...

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Title:Textbook Of Chemistry For Nurses And Students Of Home EconomicsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:56 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.12 inPublished:January 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217567428

ISBN - 13:9780217567428

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