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salt solution

salt solution in Medicine

salt solution n.
See saline solution.

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  • When the needle stays 15 to 20 degrees off north, lock the wires in the salt solution in place with paper clips.

  • Sometime in the history of man, of a salt solution, this divinity has touched them.

    Linda Condon Joseph Hergesheimer
  • It is then placed in a salt solution whose freezing point is -.53 C.

    The Mechanism of Life Stphane Leduc
  • Using the salt solution as in the previous experiment, connect two flashlight batteries in series as shown in Figure 6.

  • Dead animals had been brought back to life by pumping a salt solution into them.

    Atlantis Gerhart Hauptmann
  • The salt solution should be gently rubbed on, and left to dry on the skin (see Skin, Care of; Underwear).

    Papers on Health John Kirk
  • From the trials made we could not notice any appreciable superiority over the salt solution as used in the Harden grenade.

  • The normal contact, through water or salt solution, is now made at B′, a little to the left of B.

  • Tease the specimen with needles, mount in salt solution and examine under a high power.

    A Practical Physiology Albert F. Blaisdell
  • In the presence of moisture this soil becomes an electrolyte, or salt solution.

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