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Synonyms for carotin

an orange isomer of an unsaturated hydrocarbon found in many plants

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"In spite of an already very versatile range of applications, opportunities for growth exist in the market for hydroentangled nonwovens but can only be realized by continuously introducing innovative products following the market's needs," says Carotin Weber, sales director hygiene and wipes for Sandler.
A health-conscious but only partially informed consumer notices an "E" on the description of foods, might put it back on the shelf, because such ingredients are generally considered as unhealthy--however E160a signs carotin, a natural component of carrot.
The unstoppable withering of Lenin's skin was masked with injections of paraffin, glycerin, and carotin, while the unnatural texture and color of the dead flesh were disguised with ultraviolet light and filtered glass.
Carotin Weber, sales director, Hygiene and Wipes, with nonwovens supplier Sandler, agrees that wipes are used in an increasing number of applications, including baby care, cosmetics, medical uses, household and industrial cleaning.
The common synthetic phenolic antioxidants are butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA), BHT, propyl gallate (PG), and tertiary butylhydroquinone (TBHQ) [16-17], and natural antioxidants include a wide variety of compunds such as tocopherols, ascorbic acid, carotins, and flavonoids; green tea extracts, pomegrante hull, etc.