from The Century Dictionary.
- In chem., charged with or containing chlorids (formerly called muriates); as, the muriated water of a medicinal spring. An antiquated term.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Put in brine.
- adjective (Chem.) Combined or impregnated with muriatic or hydrochloric acid.
- adjective (Photog.) Prepared with chloride of silver through the agency of common salt.
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- adjective Put in
- adjective chemistry Combined or impregnated with
muriaticor hydrochloric acid.
- adjective photography Prepared with
silver chloridethrough the agency of common salt.
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One of the best tonics is the muriated tincture of iron, of which take twenty or twenty-five drops in half a tumbler of water three or four times a day.
Tincture of aloes, two ounces; muriated tincture of iron, four drams.
Simple thermal waters, hot sulphur springs and hot muriated waters are all successful in different cases.
In the anaemia dependent on malarial infection, the muriated or alkaline sulphated waters at spas of considerable elevation and combined with iron and arsenic are often very beneficial.
Neurasthenics are sometimes treated at chalybeate or thermal muriated saline spas; but such treatment is entirely secondary to the general management of the case.
And of course, they throw in SOP and potassium nitrate, very low-grade muriated material that's less than 50%, and you can't sell it anywhere in the world except you can get a little bump in the plant from an economic point of view.
* It is proper to remark, that the fait which was exhibited in the foregoing cafes previoufly to the beginning of May, did not confift of the muriated. barytes in a ft ate of perfect purity.
'It may, perhaps, be uncertain, whether the virtues of this com - pound may not exceed thofe of the pure muriated barytes.