glycerin


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  • noun

Synonyms for glycerin

a sweet syrupy trihydroxy alcohol obtained by saponification of fats and oils

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Some soy-glycerin plywood adhesives, with up to three parts glycerin to one part soy flour, bond wood well but have little stiffness or cohesive strength when cured neat.
The chemical composition of glycerin is highly variable, as it changes according to the raw material utilized for biodiesel production (Elam et al.
Our patent-pending one-pot catalytic process produces biopolyol from crude glycerin and lignocellulosic biomass.
A MEDICINE cabinet clear-out has lead to the recovery of an 85-year-old bottle of glycerin.
Meanwhile, Dozier and Bregendahl evaluated the use of glycerin supplements in poultry feed.
He has therefore completed two animal toxicity studies, and once the data analysis is complete, he plans to file an investigational new drug application for a phase I study of the dextrose, glycerin, phenol, and lidocaine mixture.
However, companies have started using glycerin which is slowly replacing propylene.
If you want to make your bath salt with baking soda and glycerin.
Glycerin and water act as moisturizers by establishing equilibrium between moisture in the contents and shell of the soft capsule.
70 Certified Organic Glycerin (Coast Southwest, Allyson 4.
Zemea USP Propanediol is a natural solvent and humectant that can be used to replace petroleum-based propylene glycol or glycerin in a variety of food and beverage products.
But Vanegas can't find anybody who wants to buy the glycerin, and gallons of the stuff are piling up on his lot.
The waste system in the facility will also be designed to take care of glycerin and "mineral-rich" water, two co-products from the production of biodiesel.