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November 17, 1934

Untersuchungsmethoden für Arzneispezialitäten

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Zusammengestellt von der Spezialitäten-Kommission des Internationalen Apothekerbundes: Prof. Dr. H. Thorns, Berlin, Dr. A. Rising, Stockholm, Prof. Dr. H. Baggesgaard Rasmussen, Kopenhagen, Prof. Dr. H. Hérissey, Paris, Prof. Dr. L. Van Itallie, Leyde, und Hofrat Dr. E. Weis, Wien. Unter Mitarbeitung von Dr. E. Höst Madsen, Kopenhagen, und Priv. Doz. Dr. E. Schulek, Budapest. Boards. Price, 5 marks; 3 florins. Pp. 87, with 7 illustrations. Leiden: Fédération Internationale Pharmaceutique; Amsterdam: D. B. Centen's Wetenschappelijken Boekhandel, 1932.

JAMA. 1934;103(20):1565. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750460069037

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This book describes a series of chemical methods that the Specialty Commission of the International Apothecary Association has chosen as a guide for use in the examination of medicinal products in general, and especially specialty products. Most of the methods are standard and are to be found in pharmaceutic chemistry textbooks but not in as compact form as they are given here. The volume may be considered in two main divisions, the first containing general methods and the second a short outline on the examination of tablets. In addition, there are three short chapters on quantitative alkaloid determinations, one of which bears the name of E. Schulek of Budapest, who was a guest in the A. M. A. Chemical Laboratory several years ago. It must not be considered that such a book can be mastered and that with knowledge so gained one can successfully analyze medicinal products. This type of

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