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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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The adhesive on the right of Figure 1 also contains glycerin.
56% glycerin in substitution of corn in the ingested dietary dry matter (DM) (Table 1).
As worldwide annual output of biodiesel continues to grow, the need for commercial applications of crude glycerin has become more pressing.
The glycerin, which was used to treat irritated skin, dated back to November 12, 1925.
Kerr led studies that examined how crude glycerin feed supplements affected swine energy use.
Another study that included 81 patients found that a regimen of spinal manipulation plus proliferant injections of a dextrose, glycerin, and phenol solution was more effective in reducing pain than was a program of sham manipulation plus saline injections.
com/research/f9hdg7/epichlorohydrin) has announced the addition of the "Epichlorohydrin (ECH) Market, By Applications (Epoxy Resins, Synthetic Glycerin, Water Treatment Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals) & Feedstock (Propylene, Glycerin) - Global Market Trends & Forecast to 2017" report to their offering.
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.
Each time he makes a gallon of biodiesel, he also produces a cup and a half of amber glycerin, which is used in cosmetics and candles.
To be able to fulfill the contract the Domba Mas Group has built its first oleochemical factory in Kuala Tanjung, North Sumatra under PT Domas Agrointi Prima (PT DAIP) to supply 40,000 tons of fatty acid and glycerin.
Keywords: Brine, ethanol, ethylene glycol, glycerin, pitfall traps
Reuters reported last week that the European Commission (EC) has granted approval for a planned joint venture (JV) between French biodiesel and glycerin producer Diester Industrie International and The Netherlands' Koninklijke Bunge, a unit of leading oilseed producer Bunge Ltd.