24. Ferri Et Ammonii Citras. Iron And Ammonium Citrate

Ferri Et Ammonii Citras. Iron And Ammonium Citrate. Synonym. - Ammonio-Ferric Citrate.

Source

From evaporation of a solution of Ferric Citrate, 100; with Ammonia Water, 40; to consistency of syrup. Dry the precipitate on glass.

Characters

Thin, transparent, garnet-red scales, having a saline, mildly ferruginous taste, deliquescent. Solubility. - Very soluble in water; insoluble in Alcohol.

Impurities

Tartrates and alkaline salts.

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

Preparation

Vinum Ferri Citratis

Wine of Ferric Citrate. Iron and Ammonium Citrate, 40; Tincture of Sweet Orange Peel, 150; Syrup, 100; White Wine, to 1000.

Dose, 1 to 2 fl. dr.; 4. to 8. c.c.

25. Ferri Et Strychninae Citras. Iron And Strychnine Citrate

Ferri Et Strychninae Citras. Iron And Strychnine Citrate.

Source

Dissolve Iron and Ammonia Citrate, 98; in distilled water, 100; and Strychnine, 1; Citric Acid, 1; in distilled water, 20. Mix the solution, evaporate to the consistency of syrup and spread on plates of glass.

Characters

Thin, transparent, garnet-red, to yellowish-brown scales, having a bitter, slightly ferruginous taste. Solubility. - Completely in water.

Dose, 1 to 3 gr.; .06 to .20 gm.

26. Ferri Et Ammonii Tartras. Iron And Ammonium Tartrate

Ferri Et Ammonii Tartras. Iron And Ammonium Tartrate. Synonym. - Ammonio-Ferric Tartrate.

Source

Add solution of Ferric Sulphate, 100; to Ammonia Water, no; diluted with cold water, 250; filter, dissolve the precipitate in Tartaric Acid, 29, dissolved in distilled water; filter and evaporate to a syrupy consistence and dry on glass.

Characters

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

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

27. Ferri Citras. Ferric Citrate

Ferri Citras. Ferric Citrate.

Source

By evaporation of the Solution of Ferric Citrate to a syrupy consistency and drying on glass.

Characters

Thin, transparent, garnet-red scales, odorless, having a slightly ferruginous taste and an acid reaction. Solubility. - Completely in water; insoluble in Alcohol.

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

28. Ferri Et Quinine Citras. Iron And Quinine Citrate

Ferri Et Quinine Citras. Iron And Quinine Citrate.

Source

Dissolve Ferric Citrate, 85; in distilled water, 160; dissolve Quinine, 12; and Citrate Acid, 3; in distilled water, 20; mix these solutions, evaporate to a syrupy consistency and dry on glass.

Characters

Thin, transparent, reddish-brown scales of a bitter, mildly ferruginous taste. Solubility. - Slowly but completely in water. Contains at least 11.5 per cent. of dried Quinine.

Impurities

Alkaline Salts and other alkaloids instead of quinine.

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