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Synonyms for glycerine

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

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Due to crude glycerine contains high gross energy approximately 3680 to 6742 kcal [kg.sup.-1] (Jung & Batal, 2011), crude glycerine is used as a source of energy feedstuff for livestock in Brazil, European countries, and the United States.
Influence of nutrient composition on methane production from animal manures and co-digestion with maize and glycerine. Retrieved from: Influence _of_nutrient_composition_on_methane_production from.
Crude glycerine inclusion in Limousin bull diets: Animal performance, carcass characteristics and meat quality.
Sales of glycerine are up in the city of Calgary, and there are also reported thefts of sulfuric and nitric acid.
A novel technique for separating glycerine from palm oil-based biodiesel using ionic liquids.
INGREDIENTS 375g milk/375g cream/110g sugar/150g yolks/25g glycerine (optional)/500g crumbled Christmas pudding METHOD 1 BRING the milk and cream up to the boil and then whisk together the egg yolks and the sugar until they become pale.
Calcium hydroxide mixed with distilled water, saline or glycerine has little or no antimicrobial effects [1].
Wheeler and Walter Wheeler, employees of the Glycerine Company.
4 June 2009 - Cargill has announced it has started production at its new glycerine refinery in Frankfurt, Germany located adjacent to its existing biodiesel production facility.
The activities of Sofiproteol and Oleon mainly overlap in the production and sale of biodiesel and glycerine, a biodiesel by-product primarily sold in a refined form to pharmaceuticals and cosmetics companies.
RATHER than throwing away leftover slivers of soap, add a little glycerine and mash up with warm water.
Patent No US 7,267,972 covering a method for producing PDO using crude glycerine, a byproduct of the biodiesel supply chain.
In the United States the Kamille collection includes natural glycerine to protect against weather conditions as well as chamomile extracts, aloe vera and vitamins A and E.
One of the three, the Taixing Glycerine Factory, sold an ingredient laced with a potent poison, diethylene glycol that was later mixed into cold medicine, killing at least 100 people in Panama over the last year.