13. Liquor Ferri Nitratis. Solution Of Ferric Nitrate

Liquor Ferri Nitratis. Solution Of Ferric Nitrate. Fe2(No3)6=483.1. An aqueous solution containing about 6.2 per cent. of the Anhydrous Salt, and corresponding to about 1.4 per cent of Metallic Iron.

Source

Precipitate Ferric Sulphate, 180; with Ammonia water, 160; wash thoroughly and dissolve in Nitric Acid, 71; distilled water to 1000.

Characters

A clear, amber-colored or reddish liquid, having an acid, styptic taste, and an acid reaction. Sp. gr. about 1.050.

Impurities

Ferrous salts.

Dose, 2 to 10 m.; .12 to .60 c.c.

14. Liquor Ferri Subsulphatis. Solution Of Ferric Subsulphate

Liquor Ferri Subsulphatis. Solution Of Ferric Subsulphate. Synonym. - Monsel's solution. An aqueous solution of Basic Ferric Sulphate of variable chemical composition, corresponding to about 13.6 per cent of Metallic Iron.

Source

From Ferrous Sulphate, 675; Sulphuric Acid, 65; Nitric Acid, 65; distilled water to 1000.

Characters

A dark, reddish-brown liquid, odorless, having an acid, strongly styptic taste, and an acid reaction. Sp. gr. about 1.550.

Dose, 2 to 10 m.; .12 to .60 c.c.

15. Liquor Ferri Citratis. Solution Of Ferric Citrate

Liquor Ferri Citratis. Solution Of Ferric Citrate.

An aqueous solution of Ferric Citrate, corresponding to about 7.5 per cent. of Metallic Iron.

Source

From solution of Ferric Sulphate, 1050; in water; precipitation with Ammonia Water, 880; with addition of Citric Acid, 300; filtration and evaporation of filtrate to 1000.

Characters

A dark-brown liquid, odorless, having a slightly ferruginous taste, and an acid reaction. Sp. gr. 1.250.

Dose, 5 to 15 m.; .30 to 1.00 c.c.

16. Liquor Ferri Acetatis. Solution Of Ferric Acetate

Liquor Ferri Acetatis. Solution Of Ferric Acetate. Fe2(C2H3O2)6=464.92. An aqueous solution of Ferric Acetate.

Source

Ferric Sulphate, 1000; is precipitated with a solution of Ammonia Water, 850. Fe2(So4)3+6Nh4oh=Fe2(OH)6+3(Nh4)2So4. There-suiting hydrate is dissolved in Glacial Acetic Acid, 260. Fe2(OH)6+6Hc2h3o2 =Fe2(C2H3O2)6+6H2O.

Characters

A dark, reddish-brown, clear liquid of an acetous odor, a sweetish, acidulous, somewhat styptic taste. Sp. gr. about 1.160.

Dose, 2 to 10 m.; .12 to .60 c.c.

17. Ferri Oxidum Hydratum. Ferric Hydrate

Ferri Oxidum Hydratum. Ferric Hydrate. Fe2(Oh6) =213.52. Synonyms. - Hydrated Ferric Oxide. Ferric Hydroxide.

Source

Add to a solution of Ferric Sulphate, 100; Ammonia Water, 110. The precipitate is Ferric Hydrate.

Characters

A reddish-brown magma, wholly soluble in Hydrochloric Acid without Effervescence.

Dose, 1 to 4 dr.; 4. to 15. c.c.

Preparations

1. Emplastrum Ferri. Iron Plaster

Emplastrum Ferri. Iron Plaster. Synonym. - Strengthening Plaster. Ferric Hydrate, 90; Burgundy Pitch, 140; Lead Plaster, 720; Olive Oil, 50.

2. Trochisci Ferri. Troches Of Iron

Trochisci Ferri. Troches Of Iron. Ferric Hydrate, 30; Vanilla 1; Sugar, 100 gm.; Mucilage of Tragacanth, to make 100 troches.

Dose, 1 to 2 troches.

18. Ferri Oxidum Hydratum Cum Magnesia. -

Ferric Hydrate with Magnesia. Synonym. - Arsenic Antidote. Solution of Ferric Hydrate, 50; add to the Iron, water, 100. Magnesia, 10; add water to the Magnesia to 750. Keep in separate bottles.

Uses

For arsenical poisoning, for which it should be mixed by adding the magnesia mixture gradually to the iron solution, and shaking until a homogeneous mass results. It should be given in large doses and frequently repeated.

19. Ferri Et Ammonii Sulphas. Ferric Ammonium Sulphate

Ferri Et Ammonii Sulphas. Ferric Ammonium Sulphate. Synonyms. - Ammonio-Ferric Sulphate. Ammonio-Ferric Aluin. Fe2(Nh4)2(So4)4+24H2O=962.1.

Source

From crystallization of Ammonium Sulphate in a solution of Ferric Sulphate.

Characters

Pale, violet, octahedral crystals, efflorescent, odorless, having an acid, styptic taste, and a slightly acid reaction. Solubility. - In 3 parts of water; insoluble in Alcohol.

Dose, 2 to 10 gr.; .12 to .60 gm.

20. Ferri Hypophosphis. See Phosphorus.

21. Ferri Valerianas. See Valeriana.

The following are scale preparations of Iron, so called because they are dried to form scales. They are not well-defined chemical compounds. There are nine - the Soluble Phosphate, Iron and Potassium Tartrate, Iron and Ammonium Citrate, Iron and Strychnine Citrate, Iron and Ammonium Tartrate, the Citrate, Iron and Quinine Citrate, the soluble Iron and Quinine Citrate, the soluble Pyrophosphate.

22. Ferri Phosphas Solubilis. Soluble Ferric Phosphate

Ferri Phosphas Solubilis. Soluble Ferric Phosphate. It consists of Ferric Phosphate, with some Oxides.

Source

Dissolve Ferric Citrate, 50; in distilled water, 100; add Sodium Phosphate, 55. Evaporate and dry on glass.

Characters

Thin, bright green, transparent scales, having an acidulous, slightly saline taste. Solubility. - Freely and completely in water.

Dose, 1 to 5 gr.; .06 to .30 gm.

Preparation

Syrupus Ferri, Quininae Et Strychninae Phosphatum

Syrup of the Phosphates of Iron, Quinine and Strychnine. Synonyms.- Easton's Syrup. Syrupus Trium Phosphatum. Dissolve Soluble Ferric Phosphate, 20; in water, 50; and add Phosphoric Acid, 48; Quinine Sulphate, 30; and Strychnine, 1/10; with Syrup, Glycerin and distilled water, to 1000.

Dose, 1/2 to 1 fl. dr.; 2. to 4. c.c.

23. Ferri Et Potassii Tartras. Iron And Potassium Tartrate

Ferri Et Potassii Tartras. Iron And Potassium Tartrate. Synonyms. - Potassio-Ferric Tartrate. Tartarated Iron.

Source

Add solution of Ferric Sulphate, 100; in water, 1300; to Ammonia Water, 110; with water, 250; filter, add water, 1500; heat with Potassium Bitartrate, 38; and filter. Dry the precipitate on glass.

Characters

Thin, transparent, garnet-red to reddish-brown scales, having a sweetish, slightly ferruginous taste. Solubility. - Very soluble in water, insoluble in Alcohol.

Impurities

Ammonia and Ferrous Salts.

Dose, 5 to 15 gr.; .30 to 1.00 gm.