ethylene glycol


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Synonyms for ethylene glycol

a sweet but poisonous syrupy liquid used as an antifreeze and solvent

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Energy company Sasol Chemicals said on Monday that it has signed a marketing agreement for ethylene glycols with HELM AG, a Hamburg-based family company.
Conversion to ethylene glycol using the photo-electrochemical system produces an energy conversion efficiency of 0.
Detailed information of all active plants and planned Ethylene Glycol (EG) projects in Mexico with capacity forecasts to 2019 and additional details such as process, technology, operator and equity
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N-Propanol slightly labilizes the latex, whereas ethylene glycol significantly deteriorates the latex stability.
Several brands of antifreeze containing the somewhat safer ingredient propylene glycol rather than ethylene glycol are available, but they're still toxic.
The result of variance decomposition table shows that the implementation of poly ethylene glycol caused to appear significant different between seed germination (table 1).
Ethylene glycol poisoning: toxicokinetic and analytical factors affecting laboratory diagnosis.
Within 24 to 72 hours, the pet goes into kidney failure due to damage caused by calcium oxalate crystals from the breakdown of ethylene glycol in the body.
CoolFlow DTX, based on ethylene glycol blended with patented DeToxIm additive, exploits the advantages of ethylene glycol over propylene glycol; a lower volume will give the same freeze protection, and it is easier to pump, especially at lower temperatures.
Continuing its promise to build up the worldwide capacity to produce plant-based mono ethylene glycol for its PET bottles, Coca-Cola Co.
In a statement filed with the Stock Exchange of Thailand, IVL said the acquisition of the US ethylene oxide and ethylene glycol producer would make it the only global polyester group to have both purified terephthalic acid (PTA) and mono ethylene glycol (MEG) integration.
The original PlantBottle was made of PET derived in part from Brazilian sugar cane or molasses, which is used to make ethanol and then ethylene glycol, a building block for HDPE.
Keep in mind, however, that ethylene glycol, if ingested by your cat, can prove deadly within a matter of days if the animal does not undergo prompt and expert veterinary treatment to get it out of its system.
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