another name for phenacetin
acetophenetidin ac·e·to·phe·net·i·din (ās’ĭ-tō-fə-nět’ĭ-dĭn, ə-sē’tō-)
A white powder or crystalline solid derived from coal tar and used in medicine to reduce fever and relieve pain. Also called phenacetin.
a colorless liquid, C 8 H 8 O, having a sweet odor: used chiefly as a scent in the manufacture of perfume.
containing or producing . sour; producing or resembling vinegar; vinegary. Historical Examples As the acetous fermentation differs from the Spirituous in its production, so it doth in many circumstances attending it. Elements of the Theory and Practice of Chymistry, 5th ed. Pierre Joseph Macquer “Agatha might have more sense,” returned her acetous companion. A Forgotten […]
a waxlike, nongreasy solid, C 23 H 44 O 5 : used chiefly as a food preservative and as a plasticizer.
a preparation having vinegar or dilute acetic acid as the solvent. Historical Examples Digitalis to be taken every night for six nights, and a saline draught with forty drops of acetum scillit. An Account of the Foxglove and some of its Medical Uses William Withering An acetum digitalis is officinal in the Netherlands and Germany; […]