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outside humbugs, and the copy seems to me less shrewd than the original. The only formula that I have seen for making a syrup containing a protosalt of iron, is one recently published in your Journal. It is this: protocarbonate of iron is precipitated from a solution of copperas by carbonate of soda. It is then dissolved in dilute acetic acid to saturation, and formed into a syrup.doi:10.1056/nejm185909080610603 fatcat:o4fyhteakffvhaz6bxg4i632ue