ethylene glycol

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

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Currently there is no domestic producer of ethylene glycol in Thailand and all
In ethylene glycol poisoning, the concentration of glycolic acid in serum correlates more closely with clinical severity than does that for ethylene glycol (3).
Once again tests by two different laboratories confirmed the presence of ethylene glycol.
Like ethylene glycol, propylene glycol is also used to make polyester compounds, and as a base for de-icing solutions.
Ethylene glycol (figure 11) reduces the modulus of the polychloroprene over time, relative to the (air) control.
Expert panel reports--but not yet entire monographs--are available on a number of chemicals including ethylene glycol, propylene glycol, methanol, 1-bromopropane, and 2-bromopropane.
KUWAIT, Oct 22 (KUNA) -- Kuwait's Petrochemicals Industries Company (PIC) signed an agreement with both MI Global and DOW Chemical Company, where the latter would provide 400,000 tons of ethylene per year to build an ethylene glycol factory in the US Gulf Coast.
13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- REPORT DESCRIPTION 2 Ethylene Glycol Market Application (Polyester fibers, PET resins, Automotive Antifreeze, and others) & Geography - Global Trends and Forecasts to 2019 The market value of ethylene glycol was $33,109.
The exported items included petroleum heavy ends, light and heavy polyethylene, ethylene glycol di-ethylene glycol mono and Terry, nitrogen, butane, propane, gas, Paraxylene, cement and methanol.
On related lines, global ethylene glycol market is set to grow at a CAGR of 4.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is taking action to protect the public from seven ethylene glycol ethers or glymes chemicals that can cause health effects including birth defects and blood toxicity.
35 are weighted 25 g, 30 g and 35 g from poly ethylene glycol respectively and solved on water 100 cc and the considered concentration is made as followed above.
The glycol for antifreeze referred to in the ad is ethylene glycol that, unlike propylene glycol, is not designated as Generally Recognized As Safe by the United States Food and Drug Administration.
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.
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