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D-Isosorbide is used as a reagent in the preparation of detergents, agrochemicals, cleansers, cosmetics and vasodilators. It is also employed as a pharmaceutical intermediate for dimethyl ether and mono- and dinitrate derivatives, which is used as vasodilators and coronary disease therapeutics. It is used in the treatment of hydrocephalus and glaucoma. It finds application as a building block for polymers like polycarbonates and polyesters.
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