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June 30, 1934

Pharmaceutical Formulas

JAMA. 1934;102(26):2225. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750260071035

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Abstract

Pharmaceutical Formulas.  P. F. Vol. II, Being the Chemist's Recipe Book of Formulas for Adhesives, Beverages, Cleaning Materials, Culinary and Household Requisites, Horticultural and Agricultural Preparations, Inks, Lozenges, Perfumes, Photographic Preparations, Polishes, Soaps, Toilet Articles, Varnishes, Veterinary Preparations, etc., Including Numerous Descriptions of Practical Methods Employed in Their Manufacture and Other Information of Use to Pharmacists and Manufacturers. By G. P. Forrester, F.C.S. Tenth edition. Cloth. Price, 15s. Pp. 983. London: Chemist & Druggist, 1934.These books constitute a veritable treasury of formulas collected by the editor of the Chemist and Druggist. Volume I contains a comprehensive collection of official and nonofficial formulas selected from the British, United States and other pharmacopeias, hospital formularies and the current pharmaceutic literature. Volume II contains chiefly formulas that cannot properly be classified as medicinal. It includes chapters dealing with perfumes, toilet preparations, dental preparations, household and culinary requisites, horticultural and agricultural preparations, adhesives,

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