She cried a bit when there was no more to be had, but a warm bath with some boric acid in it made her sleepy.
This kind of meat is often preserved with boric acid and borax.
By dusting the feet with boric acid the odor will disappear.
Some of them contain as high as ninety-five per cent of boric acid.
I washed her eyes with boric acid and dropped a little cocaine and a feeble solution of sulphurate of zinc into them.
Although these rennets are preserved in salt, alcohol or boric acid, they are never free from bacteria.
Generally speaking, the evidence goes to prove that boric acid is toxic down to a concentration of about 500 parts in 25 million.
I washed some in boric acid, others in formaldehyde, and that hardened them.
The operation is carried on through the entire series, until the liquor in the last basin contains about 2% of boric acid.
Thus cream is preserved by adding small quantities of boric acid.
boric acid bo·ric acid (bôr'ĭk)
A water-soluble white or colorless crystalline compound used as an antiseptic and preservative.