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List of Abbreviations used in the British Pharmaceutical Codex. 1911


List of Abbreviations used in the British Pharmaceutical Codex. 1911
B.P. = British Pharmacopoeia.
B.P.C. = British Pharmaceutical Codex.
B.P. Conf. F. = British Pharmaceutical Conference Unofficial Formulary, 1901.
C.F. = Canadian Formulary of Unofficial Preparations, 1900.
Ed.Ph. = Edinburgh Pharmacopoeia, 1841.
G.F. = Glasgow and West of Scotland Formulary, 1908.
I.C.A. = Indian and Colonial Addendum (1900) to the British Pharmacopoeia, 1898.
N.F. = National Formulary of Unofficial Preparations, 1906.
N.O. = Natural Order.
Ph.D. = Pharmacopoea Dublinensis, 1850.
Ph.Fr. = Pharmacopoea Française, 1908.
Ph.G. = Pharmacopoea Germanica, 1900.
P. I. = Prescriptio Internationalis of the Brussels Conference for the Unification of Pharmacopoeial Formulas for Potent Drugs, 1902.
P. L. = Pharmacopoea Londinensis, 1851.
S.G. = Specific Gravity.
Syn. = Synonym.
U.S.P. = Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America, 1900.
w/v = Weight in Volume.

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