It is doubtful if drugs have any direct influence upon gall-stones, such as sulphate of soda, olive oil or oleate of soda.
From this date he used the oleate only once daily, and discontinued it entirely on the 14th.
We may thus conceive how a small quantity of stearate or oleate of potash may resist the decomposing action of the soda salts.
Leave it for a day, when the oleate of soda will be dissolved.
Ointment of ammoniated mercury, twenty to sixty grains to the ounce; oleate of mercury, five to ten per cent.
Another method of mordanting cotton is to fix the metallic salt on the fibre as a tannate instead of an oleate.
Add one-fortieth part of its weight of oleate of soda, which will probably float on the water.
oleate o·le·ate (ō'lē-āt')
An ester or a salt of oleic acid.
A pharmacopeial preparation consisting of a combination or solution of an alkaloid or metallic base in oleic acid.