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glycerin

[′glis·ə·rən]
(organic chemistry)

glycerol, glycerin, glycerine

Colorless, odorless fluid used in mixing synthetic and natural resins for paints and varnishes; used for making distempers more pliable; used in the manufacture of some adhesives.
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Palm-derived glycerin from a single batch was added to the total mixed ration as liquid.
Several research works report the use of glycerin, derived from the production processes of biodiesel and aimed at increasing the biogas prod in anaerobic bio-digestion of agro-industry waste (Serrano.
The objective of this study was to assess the inclusion of different levels of glycerin in the diet of meat goats regarding intake, feed conversion, performance, and carcass traits.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa), 21 percent (wt/wt) glycerin analog (3-chloro-l,2 propanediol or 3-chloro-l-propanol; Sigma-Aldrich, St.
Obtaining soft gelatin capsules from a mixture of kappa-carageenan, iota-carageenan, gelamil 308, glycerin, and water with addition of potassium chloride, propylparahydroxibenzoate and methylparahydroxybenzoate in the ratio shown in Table 5.
Calcium hydroxide powder was mixed with different vehicles such as normal saline, glycerin and CMCP- Glycerin.
ECH has wide range of applications from epoxy resins, synthetic glycerin, water treatment resins, pharmaceuticals and others (epichlorohydrin-based rubber, textiles, papers, inks, dyes, ion exchange resins, agricultural products such as insecticides, bactericides, and fungicides).
Ingredients: - One cup of Epsom salt (known as Magnesium Sulphate Heptahydrate) - One cup of baking soda (known as bicarbonate soda) - Two tbsps of liquid glycerin - Food colouring (if you want it to be completely natural, avoid the colouring) - Essential oils (make sure the essential oils are of the highest therapeutic grade; 1ml of essential oil for each 100 gms of the finished product) Method: Gather all your supplies.
Most soap that is clear has had extra glycerin added.
The glycerin was originally prescribed by Hills Pharmaceuticals, Burnley, who later acquired family-run, Huddersfield chemist Henry Sykes in 1952.
Based on our analysis and on reports in the literature, crude glycerin only contains 30 to 40 percent glycerin.