triethylene glycol


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triethylene glycol

[trī′eth·ə‚lēn ′glī‚kȯl]
(organic chemistry)
HO(C2H4O)3H A colorless, combustible, hygroscopic, water-soluble liquid; boils at 287°C; used as a chemical intermediate, solvent, bactericide, humectant, and fungicide. Abbreviated TEG.
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