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(am-iV -am-hi) . See Isoamylamin.

A. Hydrochlorate, C 5 H 14 NC1, a reaction- product of amyl cyanate, potassium hydrate, and hydrochloric acid, occurring as deliques- cent scales or crystals. It is an antipyretic.

Dose 7-15 gr. (0.45-1.0 Gm.).


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