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University College Course of Practical Exercises in Physiology

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If, instead of allowing- the liquid to remain undisturbed, the acid be mixed with the bile, the liquid passes through the same tints, in the same order.
8. Warm a little nitric acid in a test tube. Incline the tube and pour bile down the side, so as to form a layer over the acid. The colours appear as in 7, at the line of contact of the two liquids.
9. Cholesterin. An ethereal extract of gall stones yields, on evaporation, crystals of cholesterin, which, when dropped into warm sulphuric acid, d
...issolve with a red colour. The resi- due, insoluble in ether, consists of colouring matter and mucin.
VII.— Urine, (i) 1. Observe reaction and colour.
2. Determine the specific gravity either by weighing- or with the urinometer. Observe the effect of temperature.
3. Compare fresh with stale urine as regards appearance, smell, and reaction.
4. Sulphates. Add baric chloride after acidifying- with hydrochloric acid. A white precipitate of baric sulphate ist formed.
5. Chlorides. Add argentic nitrate after acidifying with nitric acid.


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