At the same time use the following injection: Sulphate of zinc (white vitriol), two drams; sugar of lead, two drams.
Sulphate of zinc, or white vitriol, a combination of zinc with sulphuric acid.
The sulphate of zinc is commonly known by the name of white vitriol.
The crude sulphate of zinc of commerce (white vitriol) occurs in irregular granular masses, which somewhat resemble loaf sugar.
Dissolve in the filtrate some white vitriol of the size of a pea.
Empty stomach with an emetic, say 20 grains of white vitriol and given in two tablespoonfuls of tepid water.
The blue vitriol is a sulphate of copper, and the white vitriol a sulphate of zinc.
white vitriol six grains dissolved in one ounce of water; a drop or two to be put between the eyelids twice a day.
Should it be necessary, the quantity of white vitriol may be increased.
It is worked up partly into metallic zinc, and partly into the sulphate of zinc, or white vitriol.
|zinc sulfate |
A colorless crystalline compound used especially in hydrated form as an emetic and astringent, as a fungicide, and in wood and skin preservatives. Chemical formula: ZnSO4.