diglycerol

diglycerol

[dī′glis·ə‚rōl]
(organic chemistry)
A compound that is a diester of glycerol.
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Laurest 1220 and Biopolysan 220B are water soluble, elegant polyglycerol ester blends made from natural and sustainable raw materials; coconut oil and vegetable-based, non-GMO diglycerol.
The main component of PT1, P12, DG1, and DG2 is the monoester of pentaerythritol, diester of pentaerythritol, monoester of diglycerol, and diester of diglycerol, respectively.
Abstract A macromonomer, 1,3-bis[(2-hydroxy-3-acrylate) propyloxy]2-hydroxypropane (BHAPP) was prepared by the reaction of acrylic acid with diglycerol diglycidyl ether (DGE) in the presence of triethyl amine as a catalyst.
The acrylic macromer was prepared in one step by the solvent-free addition reaction of acrylic acid with diglycerol diglycidyl ether (DOE) in the presence of triethyl amine.
Enhancement of antilisterial activity of essentials oil constituents by nisin and diglycerol fatty acid ester.
Water soluble and less hygroscopic than glycerol or diglycerol, its main application is the conversion to esters for use as emulsifiers in food and cosmetics.
Comments: New emulsifier with diglycerol hydrophilic functionality.
In this article, a reference to diglycerol indicates a distilled product of minimum 90% purity, and polyglycerol-3 is a grade with a narrow oligomer distribution consisting mainly of diglycerol, triglycerol and tetraglycerol (Fig.
Solvay executives said diglycerol is a humectant that moisturizes skin and hair.
Solvay Diglycerol added to hair gels and mousse helps make hair glossy.
com Diglycerol INCI name: diglycerin Use levels: 1-5% Applications: shampoos and conditioners Comments: Provides gloss to hair due in part to its high refractive index.