adulterant


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any substance that lessens the purity or effectiveness of a substance

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making impure or corrupt by adding extraneous materials

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Those laws define an adulterant as an added substance that is "deleterious" and may render food injurious to health.
The consequence is that these products are widely used as adulterants.
As in ATR-FTIR analysis, selected organic fertilizer samples were doped with the adulterants (fig.
coli's other than O157:H7 as adulterants in beef and begin testing for them.
President Weiguo Zhang advised the industry of the effective ingredient testing methods to separate this adulterant and ensure chondroitin purity and quality.
No-one wants to live next door to dealers who are supplying drugs, or producing adulterants such as amphetamine, and I would ask members of the community who may have suspicions that people are involved in the supply or distribution of drugs on Merseyside to come forward so we can take positive action.
As a Society, we recognize the paramount importance of the proper identification and authentication of medicinal materials and that they be adulterant free.
Judge Thomas Teague, QC, said: "When your parents' house was searched by police, a substantial amount of cocaine was found together with electric scales and an adulterant called phenacetin and hidden in an upstairs room PS10,000.
According to Booth only a small percentage of tests have adulterant substances in them.
Adulteration of transportation fuels is a social menace that we are all familiar with within the oil industry," said Shri Murli Deora, Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India during a news conference where the fuel adulterant marking program was unveiled.
It has won a sad notoriety as an illicit adulterant to simulate higher protein levels in milk powder and other food.
In 2007, Authentix was awarded the largest fuel adulterant marking contract in history when India hired Authentix to mark all government-subsidized kerosene.
In other parts of the world it has been used as an adulterant of drugs like heroin and ecstasy, but no such substances were identified in Mr Kelly's system.
Despite this, Non-O157:H7 STEC is not considered an adulterant under current law in the United States.
As soon as the labs are able to detect an adulterant, the people who make it come up with a new formula.