glycerol


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  • noun

Synonyms for glycerol

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

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Current efforts to partly prevent glycerol production are based on molecular-biology approaches.
In their study, the researchers, from the Cardiff Catalysis Institute, developed a way of turning the crude glycerol back into methanol, which could then be used as a starting reactant to create more biodiesel.
For example, pretreatment with glycerol may alter the modification process to improve durability (Yan et al.
Market Analysis III-15 Current & Future Analysis III-15 Trade Statistics III-15 Table 36: Canadian Exports of Glycerol (Includes Glycerol Waters, Lyes and Synthetic Glycerol) (2012): Percentage Breakdown of Value Exports by Destination Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-15 Table 37: Canadian Imports of Glycerol (Includes Glycerol Waters, Lyes and Synthetic Glycerol) (2012): Percentage Breakdown of Value Imports by Origin Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-15
It is an innovative way for adding value to the glycerol produced in biodiesel plants.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of glycerol and kapok husk loading on tensile and morphology of Soy Protein Isolate/ Kapok husk biofilms.
The fabricated MCS-1 was connected to the experimental setup and varying concentrations of glycerol were injected to measure the response of the thermopile.
Similarly, a lack of effect of glycerol on total-tract digestibility of DM, OM, N, and NDF (Khalili et al.
Rapeseed cake was used as the filler, and crude glycerol and urea were used for the plastification of the composites.
com/prnh/20130307/600769 The growth of the global biodiesel industry in recent years has created a somewhat over supply of glycerol in the global market.
The films were produced based on solvent method according to the formulation of glycerol and sodium montmorillonite, and the required tests were carried out.
Lipolysis was measured by determining the amount of glycerol released at 12 hand 24 h at 50 [micro]g/ml and 100 [micro]/ml concentrations.
Glycerol was dehydrated to allyl alcohol and acrolein, the precursor for acrylic acid, as early as the 1880s.
Korean scientists found that by controlling thermal treatment conditions and glycerol concentrations, they could make trout skin byproducts that could be used as natural protein sources for fabricating biopolymer films.