Origin of coniine
Examples from the Web for coniine
The author has formed a number of salts from coniine thus prepared, and finds them all crystallizable and unaffected by light.
Dragendorff experimented on the action of coniine when given to five cats, the quantities used being ·05 to ·5 grm.
Conium owes its active properties to a volatile liquid alkaloid, Coniine, united with a crystalline alkaloid, Conhydrine.
Coniine forms with carbon disulphide a thiosulphate and a sulphite.
If coniine itself is added to carbon disulphide, there is evolution of heat, separation of sulphur, and formation of thiosulphate.