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Glyceryl tribenzoate and pentaerythrityl tetrabenzoate, and neopentyl glycol dibenzoate are typical of the benzoic acid esters.
The brand managers and packaging engineers who are concerned about the potential effects migrating glycol ethers and residual monomers can have on food products have a new polymer technology at their disposal.
Unfortunately, the addition of glycol to water makes the fluid even more corrosive than water.
Copolymers are readily prepared by melt copolymerization of dimethyl terephthalate, the high molecular weight glycol and excess tetramethylene glycol.
* Polycaprolactone - poly([Epsilon] - caprolactone) glycol.
offers Flexol 4GO, which is a secondary PVC plasticizer (glycol ester type) that imparts a low-temperature flexibility and viscosity stability to plastisols.
The Ethylene Glycol production is part of Sasol's US Mega Project, including a 1.5 mmt/year ethane cracker as well as six downstream chemical production units.
This report discusses a case in which propylene glycol was used to dissolve resveratrol for IP slow bolus administration to rats.
Glycol is fundamental to the smooth operation of any chiller system and if specified incorrectly, it can cause serious issues, including reduced heat transfer and corrosion.
Back in the 1950s, Dow Chemical promoted its glycols by highlighting the humectant and softening effect in cigarettes.