For this reason it is possible to determine the freezing point curves of acetaldehyde and paraldehyde.
paraldehyde may be used, or the bromides in connection with opium if the latter alone is not well borne.
For the same reason the use of paraldehyde in such cases is quite inadmissable.
The substance investigated was acetaldehyde, C2H4O, in its relation to paraldehyde, a polymeric modification.
Recently, paraldehyde has been employed as a substitute for chloral.
An ounce of this mixture contains forty-five grains of paraldehyde.
paraldehyde par·al·de·hyde (pə-rāl'də-hīd')
A potent hypnotic and sedative suitable for oral, rectal, intravenous, and intramuscular administration. Also called paracetaldehyde.