EXPERIMENTAL ASPECT OF FIXED ERUPTION DUE TO ALURATE, A COMPOUND OF ALLONAL

@article{Loveman1934EXPERIMENTALAO,
  title={EXPERIMENTAL ASPECT OF FIXED ERUPTION DUE TO ALURATE, A COMPOUND OF ALLONAL},
  author={A. Loveman},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={1934},
  volume={102},
  pages={97-101}
}
In 1903, Fischer and von Mering 1 described the barbituric acid hypnotic diethylbarbituric acid (diethyl malonyl urea), introduced as Veronal. This is now official in the United States Pharmacopeia X as barbital. There were also introduced the sodium salts of barbital under the proprietary names Medinal and Veronal Sodium. Some years later a second derivative of the series was announced; in this, one of the ethyl groups was displaced by a phenyl group. This derivative, phenylethylbarbituric… Expand
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