propanediol


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a sweet colorless, viscous, hygroscopic liquid used as an antifreeze and in brake fluid and also as a humectant in cosmetics and personal care items although it can be absorbed through the skin with harmful effects

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The 3 chloro-1,2 propanediol (diol) and 3 chloro-1propanol (mono-ol) were chosen as substitutes for glycerin because they could be traced using SEM-EDS.
Betaine and propanediol both produced linear decreases in extension rates.
Microbial Production of 1,3- Propanediol, Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, 52: 289-297.
Susterra propanediol is part of a family of renewable products based on Bio-PDO, a novel monomer that was developed jointly by DuPont and Tate & Lyle.
The production of Bio-PDO(TM) consumes 40 percent less energy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent versus petroleum-based propanediol.
The chemical, PDO, also known as 1,3 propanediol, was produced by DuPont and Tare & Lyle scientists at a pilot plant located at Tate & Lyle's Decatur, IL facility.
The team, based at the Shell Chemical's Westhollow laboratory in Houston, Texas, developed the process for efficient manufacture of 1,3 propanediol (PDO), the key ingredient required for making Corterra Polymers.
8%, Riedel-de Haen, Germany), heptane ([greater than or equal to]99%, Merck, Germany), and 1,2 propanediol ([greater than]99.
These new molecules utilize Zemea propanediol as the naturally-derived starting raw material.
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The key ingredient in Sorona is Bio-PDO, which replaces petrochemical-based 1,3 propanediol.
A patented process to create 1,3 propanediol (PDO) using corn as the raw material in place of petroleum.
The two companies have agreed to develop a process that turns a carbohydrate base into 1-3 propanediol (PDO).
Lactic acid will be utilized as a feedstock in polylactic acid-based polymer manufacture, while propanediol is an essential component of fermentation-derived polytrimethylene terephthalate, which is expected to be an increasingly important component of textiles within the next few years.
Susterra[R] propanediol is certified 100% biobased by the US Department of Agriculture, making it attractive for companies seeking to add renewable content to their products.