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ACE mixture was most commonly made up in the ratio: 1 part alcohol, 2 parts chloroform, and 3 parts ether  although other ratios existed. See ' other preparations ' below. Chloroform which was first used in used on its own produces myocardial depression, however the excitatory properties of the alcohol and ether contained with the chloroform in the ACE mixture was believed to reduce this.
Many anaesthetists favoured ACE mixture and one author in in the British Medical Journal considers the ACE mixture, at the time, the best anesthesia for general use and use in childbirth. He states one downside; the " excited " state of patients on regaining consciousness after the anaesthetic, due to the alcohol in the mixture. Deaths have been known to occur from the mixture. After widespread use of ACE mixture, anaesthetists would try different mixtures for different patients and different procedures.
CE mixture omitted the alcohol and AC mixture omitted the ether. Other mixtures were: . Not included in table as they don't contain chloroform and they list two different ethers: Schleich's solutions for general anaesthesia number one for light anaesthesia and number three for deep anaesthesia : No 1: 45 parts chloroform, parts sulphuric ether, 15 parts petroleum ether. No 2: 45 parts chloroform, parts sulphuric ether, 15 parts petroleum ether.
No 3: 30 parts chloroform, 80 parts sulphuric ether, 15 parts petroleum ether. Wertheim's solution: 1 part chloroform, 1 part petroleum ether and 2 parts sulphuric ether.
ACE mixture was also used to anaesthetise animals, including in preparation for vivisection. ACE mixture could be given through drops from a drop bottle  on a piece of lint a towelin a Rendle's mask, a cone, or through an inhaler. Inhalers included: Allis' inhaler, Junker's inhaler with a funnel mask for children, Clover's inhaler with bag removed this inhaler has to be constantly lifted from the face to allow 'free air' to be admitted. Ellis proposed an inhaler to blend vapours in exact proportions, however it was impractical, but Gwathmey modified his idea and created a practical apparatus.
Tyrrell created a similar idea called the 'Tyrrell's double-bottle method'. The Watercooler. Play with Pain: Chet Waterhouse. Starburns Audio LLC.
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Yukari was one of her best friends, after all. And Minako had always liked Rise, too. But this was different, the boy just rubbed her the wrong way. Minako looked at her two friends, both deep in thought. There has to be someway for them to get a feel of the situation. Shido didn't want the Shadow Operatives interfering with his plans. Mitsuru frowned, "Minako… Yamagishi is right. Amada hasn't been out in the field since the Minazuki incident. Minako nodded firmly, "Yep, nothing else makes sense.
How else would they know? Especially since Kamoshida was only targeting his students, unless it was some of the staff… but if that's the case then why now? They would have acted sooner, right?
No, I think some students make more sense. Minako shuddered at the thought. And she thought that Ekoda was awful, for brushing aside Fuuka's disappearance for ten days straight. Why did they allow people like that to become teachers?
And he hadn't exactly been thrilled that Mitsuru had let Ken join the Shadow Operatives in the first place—albeit a backup member. He wouldn't want Ken-kun to feel forced into it," Fuuka stated. Maybe the Phantom Thieves are a one-time thing If they were personal victims of Kamoshida, they might not have a reason to repeat their actions.
But we don't want to act rashly. We've been watching Shido for nearly two years… we can wait a little longer. The news had dropped right before the period preceding lunch and it had spread like wildfire.
And every single teacher after lunch had to lecture at least one student to stop talking about the Phantom Thieves. But his classmates just could not stop talking about them.
Whether it was how they were amazing for busting that coach's crimes or people arguing that it was just a hoax—the Phantom Thieves was the only thing his classmates wanted to discuss. Though Ken had to admit that the Phantom Thieves were pretty amazing. That awful coach was getting away with his crimes, all because the school cared more about the good reputation he brought.
But the Phantom Thieves somehow had managed to get him to become contrite and confess to his crimes. Ken hadn't taken part of the conversations at school but he couldn't help but think the Phantom Thieves were right in their actions Ken sighed, staring at his notebook which had a grand total of two sentences written on the page.
This has been the least productive afternoon he's spent in a while. The walk back to the apartment was fairly uneventful. He unlocked the door, only to be greeted by barking. Koromaru, as usual, jumped onto Ken the moment he stepped inside. Shinjiro-san stepped from the kitchen into the living room, wiping off his hands with a towel.
His guardian had been clearly cooking, judging from the smear of flour on his face. Ken removed his school bag and then his blazer, tossing both on the couch as he walked further in the living room. He glanced at his guardian. Shinjiro-san shrugged, "It's good that they busted that asshole teacher, but the way they pulled it sounds a Ace Is In The House (Urban Mix) fishy. It should die down in a few days. It always does. Shinjiro-san seemed more neutral than anything. But his comment about their methods nagged at Ken.
It did seem odd now that he pointed it out. Koromaru quickly scrambled to her side to greet her, letting out some joyful barks. Fuuka-san giggled, bending to give him a scratch behind the ear.
Fuuka-san just giggled, standing on her tiptoes and pecking Shinjiro-san on the cheek. Before she pulled away completely, she brushed away some flour smeared on his face with her thumb. Minako-chan came too and we decided to catch up," she explained. Fuuka-san winced, before tucking a stray strand behind her ear. You know, because of the whole thing with Shido…". It just frustrates Mitsuru-senpai that she can't do anything to handle Shido.
Fuuka just laughed softly, a small smile playing at her lips, "That would solve all of our problems, wouldn't it? Do you need help? Dinner should be done in a few minutes. Fuuka-san watched Shinjiro-san disappear into the kitchen, before falling onto the couch and letting out a light sigh. Ken took a seat next to her as Koromaru darted over to them, climbing the sofa to drape himself on their laps. It's just been a while since Mitsuru-san has asked me to summon Juno and you know how tiring it is to summon a Persona without being in a Shadow nest.
And Tokyo's rather far away. Fuuka stroked the top of Koromaru's head, the Shiba-Inu snuggling closer to her in response. Her eyes then flickered to Ken, unusually serious. He looked up to see Fuuka-san biting her lower lip. She looked almost… alarmed. He frowned in response. I… I think I'm going to take a shower. It's been a long day.
She nudged Koromaru off her lap, before quickly escaping for the bedroom she shared with Shinjiro-san. Ken just stared after her, feeling baffled. Another calling card had appeared. It had shown up at the gallery where the famous artist, Ichiryusai Madarame, was hosting a showcase. It was composed similarly to the first calling card… just not so poorly cobbled together this time.
It accused Madarame of his crimes of abusing his students and that he was guilty of the sin of vanity. And it then declared that the Phantom Thieves would steal his desires. Just like Kamoshida. Though Mitsuru had to wonder how the Phantom Thieves discovered these crimes in the first place, Ace Is In The House (Urban Mix).
If Minako's hypothesis was correct… how exactly did high school students discover the truth? This went against the entire reason why she formed the Shadow Operatives in the first place. She didn't want teenagers to have to go through what she had. But Shido had to throw a wrench into her plans, by manipulating the law. And she was still unsure if the Phantom Thieves were affiliated with him or not.
Amada had wanted to wait until after he graduated from high school before deciding if he wanted to join the Shadow Operatives again. He had never said it directly to her, but she had understood his intent. But what was nine or ten months? Amada was only a few weeks away from turning eighteen… In the eyes of some countries, that made him a near adult. And well… she would never force him if he didn't wish to do this.
She would make that perfectly clear that it was a request and he could refuse if he wanted to. She would not repeat what she had done in high school, urging her classmates to join SEES in a way that they felt they couldn't say no. And as for Shinjiro… well, Minako was excellent at persuading him into doing things that he wasn't exactly enthusiastic about. The biggest example was how she persuaded him to cook for the dorm.
She still had no idea how Minako had managed that. Not to mention Yamagishi's talent of calming him down and seeing the other's perspective. As for provisions… that would be the easiest. Her family owned many properties in Tokyo, so Amada could stay there.
There was also the matter of arranging Amada's transfer to Shujin Academy, but she could handle that if Amada agreed. Her mind was made up. Mitsuru reached for her phone. It took exactly three rings before the person on the other side answered. Mitsuru nodded, even though she knew Minako wouldn't be able to see.
We must speak to Amada about going to Tokyo. You have to do it, Minako. Furthermore, it was your idea'. Like, seriously? How annoying. Minako just sighed, folding her arms over her chest. She wished that she had a better reading on how Ken felt about the Phantom Thieves, Ace Is In The House (Urban Mix), but Ken kept his thoughts on them to himself.
On top of that, the few times she was able to visit with Shinji and Fuuka, Ken was out of the house—usually locking himself in the library to study. It wasn't too surprising, given that Ken was a third-year now and he had lofty goals considering his top university choice. Ken had even given up his extracurricular activities—soccer and student council. She remembered being confused by it, but she knew that some third-years preferred to give their all in studying for entrance exams.
She couldn't help but worry a little. Sometimes she wondered if Ken was lonely. He had made friends while playing on Ace Is In The House (Urban Mix) soccer team, but Minako noticed that Ken never brought them up nowadays.
She was a little nervous. Not just how Ken would respond but Shinji. Shinji was fairly neutral, regarding the Phantom Thieves. But… letting Ken go to Tokyo, to explore a Shadow nest.
That was a entire different story. Maybe she should have brought Aki with her… maybe he could've helped her with Shinji. She had discussed the topic of the Phantom Thieves many Ace Is In The House (Urban Mix) with her husband and he agreed that it would be Ace Is In The House (Urban Mix) if Ken went to Tokyo. Minako shook her head and sighed. She was just here to ask if Ken would go to Tokyo. Nothing would be finalized unless he said yes. She was getting ahead of herself.
She drew a deep breath before reaching to ring the doorbell. She could hear Koromaru's excited barking, quickly followed by Fuuka's voice. Shinji and Fuuka's relationship had been mostly long distance since Fuuka had left Port Island for a few years so she could study at Tokyo University, but… they had been living together ever since Fuuka had graduated and came back home. Shinji was saving up for an engagement ring, but add him trying to save up enough money so he could open the restaurant he wanted and Ken's expenses… it was going slow.
But of course, Fuuka had no idea about this. A moment later, the door swung open and Koromaru lunged at Minako, knocking her to the ground. She just giggled, letting Koromaru lick her face. Minako sat up and waved her friend off. Koromaru looked well. Even though he was on the older side now, he was as spry as he was in the days of SEES.
Though she had to admit that Ken's old hoodie had seen better days. The poor thing had several tears and rips. Minako just laughed and waved it off, "Pffft, it's fine. Besides, I'm barely three months along. Koromaru let out a yip, before licking Minako's face once more.
He then climbed off of Minako, trotting back to Fuuka. Fuuka just sighed, shaking her head before extending a hand to Minako so she could pull Minako up. He usually studies at the school library. And besides, I seem to recall a certain somebody not coming back to the dorm until the evening as well," Fuuka pointed out with a small smile.
Minako let out an awkward laugh, running a hand through her hair. Fuuka got her there, she had to admit. She took a few steps back, letting Minako to come inside.
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