Definition of Kreasote
1. creosote [v KREASOTED, KREASOTING, KREASOTES] - See also: creosote
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Literary usage of Kreasote
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1842)
"Styptic effect of kreasote.—A robust countryman divided the ulnar artery with ... Dr. Burdach had only the choice between actual cautery and kreasote left, ..."
2. The Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery edited by Lunsford Pitts Yandell, Theodore Stout Bell (1842)
"Dr. Burdach had only the choice between actual cautery and kreasote left, ... There was no more hemorrhage; the pouring in of the kreasote was repeated ..."
3. Chemistry by William Thomas Brande, Alfred Swaine Taylor (1863)
"kreasote. recently been abundantly obtained from the oils derived from the ... smoky flavor which it confers upon them, appear to lie due to kreasote. ..."
4. First Principles of Chemistry by Benjamin Silliman (1859)
"kreasote.—This substance occurs dissolved in the crude acetic acid from wood, and is'separated and purified by a complicated process. ..."
5. Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by William Allen Miller (1862)
"... for example, as water, acetic and carbonic acids, erature rises, compounds containing less oxygen are led, such as wood spirit, acetone, and kreasote ..."