volatile salt

volatile salt

n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for sal volatile
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He could distinguish amid the perfumes of the roses and heliotropes in the flower-stands, the sharp and fragrant odor of volatile salts, and he noticed in one of the chased cups on the mantle-piece the countess's smelling-bottle, taken from its shagreen case, and exclaimed in a tone of uneasiness, as he entered, -- "My dear mother, have you been ill during my absence?"
It was also distilled to a volatile salts for fainting ladies, the same way that the horns of the male deer are manufactured into hartshorn.
The bath is a safer and cleaner alternative to conventional liquid systems and volatile salt baths, as well as more efficient with a fast recovery time after the bath is quenched.
Ammoniacaliquor which is formed at the same time contains ammonia in the form of N[H.sub.4]OH, and also as soluble volatile salts (carbonates and sulfides) and nonvolatile compounds.

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