When it is soon lost in the division, as in Fig. 4, it is said to be deliquescent.
It occurs as a red, crystalline, fusible, deliquescent powder.
Medicinal or impure emetia is brownish, red, deliquescent, and emetic in doses of 1⁄4 to 1⁄2 gr.
Deliquescent, branching off so that the stem is lost in the branches, 32.
The potash salt crystallizes in quadrilateral prisms, needles ...