This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 Excerpt: ...made an analysis of the cobalt and cocaine which Herbst has recommended in pulp treatment, and finds that it consists of pure arsenic, and nothing else, save the cocaine. New Edition.--Another edition of Prof. Dr. Miller's work on "Micro-Organisms of the Human Mouth" has been brought out in Germany. The book was materially enlarged and some parts of it were re-written. It has been adopted in the standard text-book on that subject in Germany. The same may be said of it here, but it is not studied to the same extent as there. Change Of Time.--The Columbian Dental Congress will be held during the week commencing August 14. The Congresses of Science and Philosophy have been assigned to the week commencing August 21st, and this obliges a change in the date of the opening of the Dental Congress. Abundance of room is assured for the meeting and clinics. Tut! Tut!!--" The freshman class has completed their course in taking impressions and pouring casts, and are now learning the art of flasking and vulcanizing."--The Dental Journal, U. of M. Better take a run through the Literary Department, boys. Such a mixing of persons and numbers is scarcely excusable, even in college students. No Meeting This Year.--The Mississippi Valley Denial Association, the oldest in America, will have no meeting ihis year, owing to the fact that there are to be so many congresses. Expansion Of Metals.--Zinc expands up to the melting point. A bar of hammered zinc six inches long will expand one one-hundredth of an inch in raising the temperature 100 F. Read before the Dental Society of.the State of New York, at its Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting, held in Albany, May 10 and 11, 1893. Within the realms of dental pathology, I know of no single subject that demands so much of ...
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