A liquid of boilingpoint 195 degrees C., isomeric with geraniol, occurring as linalyl acetate in the cacaobean and the oils of lavender, coriandcr, neroli, and sage.
A crystalline, basic, cuprous lead sulphate mineral.
as obtained from the roots of the GJtycyrrhiza glabra and Gl. echinata, contains a sweet, amorphous substance, soluble in alcohoi and hot water, named glycyrrhizin, which is said to yield glucose when boiled with dilute sulphuric acid. Spanish liquorice is used as a demulcent remedy for coughs, etc.
Colourless compounds produced by reduction of dyes which are reconverted by oxidation into lyes.
A bright, yellow, volatile oil of arnmatic odour; soluble in alcohol, ether, and chloroform; distilled from the leaes of Lauras nobilis, and used in medicine. Its sp. gr. is 0924.
A very rare mineral combination of ruthenium as sulphide.
is distilled from the flowers of Lavandula officinalis, and is more fragrant than the spike oil. It is nearly colourless, has a sp. gr. of 0885 to 0897, optical rotation 50 to 8 degrees, is soluble in alcohol, ether, etc.. and is used in perfumery. It contains linalool, linalyl acetate, geraniol, and cineol.
A decomposition product of albuminoid bodies generally accompanying tyrosine in the animal economy.
A Mexican distilled wood oil of colourless, fragrant character, containing linalool and geraniol, having a sp. gr. of from C875 to oSgo, soluble in alcohol and ether, and used in perfumery.
An anhydride of lactic acid which melts at 125 degrees C.