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glycerine

[′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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Sinar Mas itself built its own factory under PT Sinar Mas Oleochemical in Medan with an annual capacity of 120,000 tons of fatty acid and 15,000 tons of glycerine.
It is in this research where glycerine is used in large quantity - as a crosslinker, a material to boast the rigidity of soy-based polyurethane materials.
This investment demonstrates in a concrete way that we are committed to meeting our North American customers' needs for the best quality fatty acids and glycerine into the next century," said Anthony J.
The prizewinning work proposes a new generation of softeners whose central component is glycerine in a range of completely new molecular compounds, for which a patent application has been filed.
The Global Food Glycerine Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the food glycerine industry.
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.
RATHER than throwing away leftover slivers of soap, add a little glycerine and mash up with warm water.
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.
The New York Times reported on the weekend that the Taixing Glycerine Factory in eastern China's Jiangsu province had passed off cheap diethylene glycol as glycerin, an additive in many medicines and foods.
The new agent, which uses three food additives as active ingredients, namely, baking soda, succinic acid and glycerine, can exert about the same sufficient anesthetic effects as the one currently available in the market.
Also, if anyone has any recipes for soap without lye, or a resource for glycerine that is pure (no sodium laurel sulfate or propylene glycol), I would greatly appreciate it
In Europe, the price of glycerine has been plummeting because of excess production due to massive hikes in biodiesel capacity.