Definition of Armoniac. Meaning of Armoniac. Synonyms of Armoniac

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Definition of Armoniac

Armoniac
Armoniac Ar*mo"ni*ac, a. Ammoniac. [Obs.]

Meaning of Armoniac from wikipedia

- are sal Armoniac. See: Nicolas Lémery, Cours de chymie […], 7th ed. (Paris, France: Estienne Michallet, 1688), Chapitre XVII : du Sel Armoniac, pp. 338–339...
- Salammoniac, also sal ammoniac or salmiac, is a rare naturally occurring mineral composed of ammonium chloride, NH4Cl. It forms colorless, white, or yellow-brown...
- Armenian bole, also known as bolus armenus or bole armoniac, is an earthy clay, usually red, native to Armenia but also found in other places. The term...
- eu entre les mains un Sel tiré du Mont Vesuve, & que l'on appelle Sel Armoniac naturel." (Mr. Lémery got hold of a salt [which was] extracted from Mount...
- auß dem Salz von Armenia, ... Nun nimb sauberen schönen Armenischen Salz armoniac ohn alles sublimiren / thue ihn in ein Kolben / giesse ein Oleum Tartari...
- which is an ingredient therein. The other ingredients are red roses, bole armoniac, storax, cinnamon, c****ia lignea (co**** bark of Cinnamomum c****ia), dittany...
- hyacinth, was the base. The other chief ingredients were red coral, bole armoniac, terra sigillata, myrrh, the santals, burnt hartshorn, camphor, sapphire...
- from its golden Colour and Appearance. It is made of Mercury, Tin, Sal Armoniac, and Flowers of Sulphur, by grinding, mixing, then setting them three Hours...
- Short describes some medicinal treatments for the 1510 flu including "Bole Armoniac, oily lintus, pectoral troches, and decoctions." Justus Hecker and John...