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Medical and chemical observations upon antimony.

John Huxham

Medical and chemical observations upon antimony.

by John Huxham

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Published by J. Hinton in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antimony.,
  • Antimony -- Therapeutic use -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Doctor Huxham ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM666.A55 H8 Toner Coll
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 p.l., [5]-78 p.
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6312470M
    LC Control Number34033985

      Exposure to antimony occurs in the workplace or from skin contact with soil at hazardous waste sites. Breathing high levels of antimony for a long time can irritate the eyes and lungs, and can cause problems with the lungs, heart, and stomach. This chemical has been found in at least of 1, National Priorities List sites identified by the Environmental Protection Agency. Medical and chemical observations upon antimony‎ (5 F) O Observations on the air, and epidemic diseases, from the beginning of the year , to the end of the year ‎ (11 F).

      Gay-Lussac's law - form of the ideal gas law that states the pressure of an ideal gas is directly proportional to its absolute (Kelvin) temperature when volume is held constant. gel - a type of sol where the solid particles are held in a mesh to form a rigid or semi-rigid mixture. geometric isomer - molecules with the same number and type of atoms as each other, but with different geometrical. Owing to its semi-metallic nature (it is neither a metal nor a non- metal) and numerous chemical and physical properties, large-scale uses of antimony have been possible in the chemical and technological industry. Antimony Facts. Antimony is a chemical element with the atomic number 51 and atomic weight of It is represented by the.

    Antimony (Sb) is naturally present in the earth’s crust at levels of about – mg/kg (ppm), but these levels vary by location (Telford et al. ). It can be transported into streams and waterways from. Full text of "Observations on antimony" See other formats aliiornia [HE ] IBRARY THE UNIVERSITY OF CAL IFORNIA LOS ANGELES OBSERVATIONS O N A N T I M ON Y, Read before the MEDICAL SOCIETY of LONDON, And publifhed at their Requeft, JOHN M I L L A R, M. D, LONDON: Printed for J. JOHNSON, No. 72, St. Paul's Church-yard * and D. WILSON and G. NICOL in the .


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Antimony potassium tartrate, also known as potassium antimonyl tartrate, potassium antimontarterate, or emetic tartar, has the formula K 2 Sb 2 (C 4 H 2 O 6) 2 and is the double salt of potassium and antimony of tartaric compound has long been known as a powerful emetic, and was used in the treatment of schistosomiasis and leishmaniasisAppearance: white crystalline powder.

antimony (Sb) [an´tĭ-mo″ne] a chemical element, atomic num atomic weight (See Appendix 6.) Several of its salts are used in tropical medicine as treatments for schistosomiasis; however, they must be used with caution because they are potentially poisonous, causing symptoms similar to those of arsenic poisoning.

adj., adj antimo. Antimony, a metallic element belonging to the nitrogen group (Group 15 [Va] of the periodic table). Antimony exists in many allotropic forms. It is a lustrous, silvery, bluish white solid that is very brittle and has a flaky texture.

It occurs chiefly as the gray sulfide mineral stibnite. ISBN 1 7 ——————— Rating: ★★★ Antimony for medical use has a history stretching back to ancient times.

But the use of such a potentially toxic purgative has provoked bitter disagreement among practitioners, inspired vitriolic satire, and despatched countless men and women to an early : Carole Rawcliffe.

Which of the following observations could be an indication of a chemical reaction of antimony. It is a solid at room temperature. It melts at °C. It expands upon freezing. Author(s): Huxham,John, Title(s): Medical and chemical observations upon antimony / by John Huxham. Edition: The 2nd ed.

Country of Publication: England. Antimony trioxide is a white powder that is very slightly soluble in water. (1) Antimony metal is a very brittle, moderately hard metal. (1) The chemical symbol for antimony is Sb, and it has an atomic weight of g/mol.

(1) The chemical formula for antimony trioxide is O 3 Sb 2, and its molecular weight is g/mol. (1) Conversion. The Medical Chemistry of the Paracelsians. As a replacement for the works of the ancients, Paracelsus and his followers consciously sought a new world system based upon the macrocosm-microcosm analogy.

Chemistry was to be a key to this new philosophy which man was to uncover through new observations and the search for the divine signatures. An Antimony key to unlock medieval medicine by Peter Morrell.

It is a pity that neither this book review in BMJ [1] nor the one that appeared in The Lancet [2], clearly reveals the true nature of this exciting little book. in Swine the Measles, a Distemper with Certainty discoverable, upon viewing under the Tongue of these animals. (John Huxham, Medical and Chemical Observations on Antimony, ) For myself, I am among those who believe that when we shall have attained to anything like precision in the use of the powerful remedies which we now so freely employ, the.

Antimony (/ æ n ˈ t ɪ m ɵ n i / an-TI-mo-nee or / ˈ æ n t ə ˌ m oʊ n i / AN-tə-MOH-nee; [note 2] Latin: stibium) is a toxic chemical element with the symbol Sb and an atomic number of A lustrous grey metalloid, it is found in nature mainly as the sulfide mineral stibnite (Sb 2 S 3).Antimony compounds have been known since ancient times and were used for cosmetics; metallic Element category: metalloid.

On the other hand, a theoretical calculation based upon van der Waal's equation indicated that the molecule of antimony may contain about twelve atoms.

The normal electrode potential, Sb / Sb +++, is + volt measured on the hydrogen scale at summer temperature. Antimony is a metal in group Vb of the periodic system, just below arsenic, with which it shares several chemical and toxicological properties.

Considered to be a non-essential trace element, it occurs naturally in the trivalent and pentavalent states with sulphur, mainly as stibnite ore (Sb2S3).1 Antimony's main applications are industrial—it is used in alloys for hardening lead (for Cited by: Reduction of ~'-'~Sb(V), at room temperature, in water (a~ N.

A. BON~E~, J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 71, (). Some observations on the chemical behaviour of carrier-free antimony and in the various acidic solutions, which had not been treated with nitrogen, was negligible even after 1 week in the presence or absence of by: 9.observations.

The most important of his writings is the Triumph' Wagen des Antinionii.% Professor Schorlemmer has, however, shown that this was a forgery, dating from about the year The nature of this book can be seen from the following passage, as translated in lloscoe and Schorlemmer's Chemistry: "In order, as is most proper, that IFile Size: 3MB.