Definition of Mannitols

1. Noun. (plural of mannitol) ¹



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Definition of Mannitols

1. mannitol [n] - See also: mannitol

Lexicographical Neighbors of Mannitols

mannish
mannishly
mannishness
mannishnesses
mannitan
mannitate
mannitates
mannite
mannites
mannitic
mannitol
mannitol - mannose 1-oxidoreductase
mannitol dehydrogenase
mannitol hexanitrate
mannitol phosphates
mannitols (current term)
mannitose
mannoheptulose
mannokinase
mannomustine
mannonate
mannonates
mannopeptimycin
mannopeptimycins
mannopine cyclase
mannopine permease
mannopine synthase
mannoproteins
mannopyranose
mannopyranoses

Literary usage of Mannitols

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Introduction to the Study of the Compounds of Carbon, Or, Organic Chemistry by Ira Remsen, William Ridgely Orndorff (1922)
"They are related to the three mannitols ... CHOH CHOH CHOH CHOH CHO CHOH CHOH CHOH CHOH CO2H mannitols ..."

2. The Rise and Development of Organic Chemistry by Carl Schorlemmer (1894)
"By the same reaction the right-handed fructose yields a left-handed, and the inactive fructose an inactive mannitol. The mannitols are hexad alcohols; ..."

3. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1915)
"... of methylated mannitols (Irvine) 3229. Conductivity, thermal, of fireproof building materials (Heyn) 519; detn. of, ..."

4. Jahresbericht über die Fortschritte der Chemie und Verwandter Theile anderer by Justus Liebig, Hermann Kopp, Heinrich Will, Adolph Strecker, Alexander Nikolaus Franz Naumann, August Laubenheimer, Friedrich Bernhard Fittica, Guido Bodländer, Julius Tröger, Emil Baur (1900)
"... mannitols erfolgt in zwei von einander unabhängigen Reactionen, nämlich einmal in Aethylalkohol, Kohlensäure und Ameisensäure, sodann in Bernsteinsäure, ..."

5. Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by William Allen Miller (1880)
"1213) have recently established the identity of the mannitols obtained by the action of nascent hydrogen on, (a) the optically inactive glucose prepared by ..."

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