fowler's solution

Fowler\'s solution

Fow"ler's so*lu"tion\ An aqueous solution of arsenite of potassium, of such strength that one hundred parts represent one part of arsenious acid, or white arsenic; -- named from Fowler, an English physician who first brought it into use.
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