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May 2, 1931

Listerine.

JAMA. 1931;96(18):1518. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720440066017

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Abstract

—In the report of the A. M. A. Chemical Laboratory (The Journal, April 18), solution F (p. 1304) contained 0.075 per cent of thymol, and not 0.75 per cent. In the third and fourth lines of the summary, page 1306, 0.4 per cent benzoic acid should read 0.04 per cent benzoic acid and thymol (about 0.75 per cent) should read thymol (about 0.075 per cent). These were typographic errors of a decimal point.

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