Definition of Bromids
1. bromid [n] - See also: bromid
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bromids
Literary usage of Bromids
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1922)
"bromids real advantage has been established for them, ... All bromids are incompatible with strychnin. Dose, i Gm., 15 gr., USP; 0.3 to 2 Gm., 5 to 30 gr., ..."
2. The Medical Student's Manual of Chemistry by Rudolph August Witthaus (1902)
"bromids closely resemble the chlorids and are formed under similar conditions. They are decomposed by chlorin, with formation of a chlorid and liberation of ..."
3. The University Geological Survey of Kansas by Erasmus Haworth, Kansas Geological Survey (1902)
"bromids occur especially in brine, associated with chlorids and sometimes ... The bromids are more soluble than the chlorids, and this fact is taken ..."
4. The Pharmacology of Useful Drugs by Robert Anthony Hatcher, Martin Inventius Wilbert (1915)
"The bromids depress the respiratory center, and the sexual appetite is ... The bromids are absorbed readily from the gastrointestinal tract and they may be ..."
5. Nervous and Mental Diseases by Archibald Church, Frederick Peterson (1919)
"Upon the whole, the bromids arc most effective as a general antispasmodic for ... While the bromids are, perhaps, the most useful remedy we can employ as an ..."
6. Essentials of materia medica, therapeutics and prescription writing by Henry Morris (1906)
"... motor nerves, or muscles, thus lessening motor activity. Name the members of this group. Physostigma ; chloral; the bromids ; the nitrites ..."