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I need to have from 200 to 300 grams of pure carbolic acid to sterilize.
Lister had read in a newspaper that the treatment of sewage with carbolic acid had led to a reduction of diseases among the people of Carlisle and among the cattle grazing on sewage-treated fields.
A new book accuses Saint Pio of Pietrelcina of faking his stigmata by pouring carbolic acid on his hands.
A bottle of carbolic acid, from which an ounce of the liquid had been extracted, was found next to her body, as well as a cup which smelt strongly of the acid.
In 1869, Joseph Lister (1827-1912), professor of surgery at the University of Glasgow in Scotland, noted that there were very few flies and other signs of decomposition around a garbage dump outside of Glasgow where carbolic acid had been sprinkled on top of the waste.
According to the article in COUNTRYSIDE, Snaketan[R] ingredients include denatured alcohol and carbolic acid, but I thought I'd try the alcohol/glycerin mix anyway.
o 1867 Joseph Lister performed a masectomy on his sister Isabella using carbolic acid as an antiseptic.
Tenders are invited for Disinfecting Powder Carbophynol Powder Contains 5 Percent Carbolic Acid.
And if all this was not enough, customers could experience hot and cold dripping sheets, carbolic acid fomentation and a vigorous rubbing with chilli paste.
The face peel - using carbolic acid - will burn off the top layer of skin exposing new skin underneath while the dermabrasion will literally sandpaper away the lines above my top lip.
Jackie's once-caring husband became obsessed by his wife and, in a moment of calculated jealousy and fury, he threw carbolic acid over her face and back.