IODIDE OF IODHYDRATE OF QUINIA
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(F.) Iodure d' lodhydrate de Quinine, is prepared by pouring into an acid solution of quinia a solution of iodide of iron, containing a slight excess of iodine. The precipitate is treated with boiling alcohol: the liquor filtered, and crystals suffered to form. The salt possesses all the properties of the other salts of quinia. Under the name, Hydriodate of iron and Quinia, a preparation has been introduced by Mr. Battley. It is possessed of tonic and antiperiodic virtues.
By Robley Dunglison