Definition of Salicine
1. salicin [n -S] - See also: salicin
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Literary usage of Salicine
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The North American Medical and Surgical Journal by Hugh L Hodge, Franklin Bache, Charles D Meigs, Benjamin Hornor Coates, R La Roche (1831)
"M. Planche did not procure it in a crystalline form. When salicine is moistened with nitric acid, instead of forming' a nitrate, ..."
2. Manual of Qualitative Chemical Analysis by C. Remigius Fresenius, Samuel William Johnson (1874)
"To these alkaloids I will add salicine, though this substance dees not properly ... salicine appears either in the form of white crystalline needles and ..."
3. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1877)
"IN March, 1876, Dr Maclagan, of Dundee, strongly recommended salicine in acute ... As salicine is now largely used to reduce the temperature of febrile ..."
4. First Principles of Chemistry, for the Use of Colleges and Schools by Benjamin Silliman (1860)
"salicine. — This principle exists in the bark of those species of willow which ... salicine forms small white crystals, readily soluble in alcohol and water ..."
5. Journal of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy by Philadelphia College of Pharmacy (1832)
"salicine having been acknowledged a crystallizable neutral substance, we had reason to believe that its chemical properties would be confined to this ..."
6. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1831)
"Preparation of salicine.—This article appears to be acquiring some reputation in Europe as a substitute for quinine; the following is the process for ..."
7. A Handbook of Organic Chemistry: For the Use of Students by William Gregory (1856)
"As it appears certain from the experiments of Piria that salicine is composed of ... and those formed from salicine. By the action of chlorine on ..."
8. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1837)
"salicine ; with comparative Observations on the merits of Sulphate of Quinine and Piperine. By Dr PJ BLOM; translated from the Dutch with observations by Dr ..."