mannitol

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Synonyms for mannitol

a diuretic (trade name Osmitrol) used to promote the excretion of urine

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Diluents and adulterants, such as quinine hydrochloride, caffeine, dimethyl sulfone, mannitol, mannite, dextrose, and lactose, used, intended for use, or designed for use in diluting controlled substances; or substances such as damiana leaf, marshmallow leaf, and mullein leaf, used, intended for use, or designed for use as carrier mediums of controlled substances.
Other constituents found, are coloring matter, volatile oil, resins, bitter principles, asparagines, starch, mannite, sucrose and glucose.
Chen, "Mannite supported hydrothermal synthesis of hollow flower-like ZnO structures for photocatalytic applications," CrystEngComm, vol.
Egyptians extracted a red dye from a plant and added iodine and some bromine mannite. Shimmering effects were achieved by using a pearlescent substance from fish scales.
Preparation of Inoculum: The yeast extract mannitol broth (YMB) with composition per liter (Mannite: 10 g; Yeast extract: 1g; K2HPO4 (5%):10mL; MgSO4.7H2O (2%):10mL; NaCl (1%):10 mL) is prepared and autoclaved at 121 C temperature and 15-20 lb inch pressure.