adulterant


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Synonyms for 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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A procedure for the detection of Stealth adulterant in urine samples.
Moreover, the USDA has not asserted that there is any correlation between the presence of Salmonella and the presence of [section] 601(m)(1) adulterant pathogens.
Resins from other Boswellia species may be used as substitutes in cases where there are locally accepted interchangeable uses, or they are sometimes used as adulterants, possibly due to local supply shortages or misidentification of B.
This was apart from the use of water, glucose and skimmed milk powder, the most commonly used adulterants. Experts said dilution took away from the nutritive value of milk.
But with Intercept[R] oral fluid testing, adulterants don't work.
(10) Recently, Peace and Tarnai evaluated three on-site adulterant detection devices for specimen integrity checks of urine specimens submitted for drugs-of-abuse testing.
Employee fear of drug tests has spawned ever more creative efforts-- and a cottage industry to support those efforts--to foil detection, including substituting another's urine for one's own and using "designer" urine adulterants (elements added to foil the test).
SPECTROMETRIC ANALYSIS AND SPOT TEST FOR THE ADULTERANT
Ammunition, balaclavas and body armour plus nearly PS30,000 of heroin and cocaine and adulterant was also recovered from two flats belonging to the mum and sister of under pressure "warehouse man" Che Serrano, 25.
The goal of the Botanical Adulterant Bulletins is to provide accounts of ongoing issues related to botanical identity and adulteration, thus allowing quality control personnel and lab technicians in the herbal medicine, botanical ingredient, dietary supplement, cosmetic, conventional food, and other industries where botanical ingredients are used to be informed on adulteration problems that are apparently widespread and/or that may imply safety concerns.
as happens co.uk/ It was alleged that Alcock and Lockley were drug dealers who funded Evason, Jordan and Curry to obtain chemicals, which they then supplied to Leslie and Robert Pearce, Stuart and Conroy to prepare the adulterant, which would then be supplied back to them and to others to mix with illegal drugs in order to prepare them for supply.
figure By EDWIN OKOTH The government's decision to increase kerosene prices by Sh18 per litre in an attempt to curb fuel adulteration and raise more revenues may have hit a snag, according the latest data.Kerosene, blamed as the key adulterant used by a cartel operating in several parts of the country, recorded close to a 40 per cent drop in sales in the month of September when the levy was loaded on pump prices.
The term "adulterant" generally refers to addition of substances with some psychoactive effects, such as caffeine, ephedra, or even paracetamol.
In the UK a warning has been issued that the adulterant ingredient would present a serious health risk to people sensitive or allergic to the nuts.