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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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(2017), glycerin can partially replace corn at up to 10% without compromising the production performance or egg quality of brown-egg layers.
This paper aimed to study the production of xanthan gum by Xanthomonas axonopodis bacterium in two different growing medium (simple and complex) using crude glycerin as carbon source.
The displacement fluids include brine, glycerin, and AP-P4 hydrophobically associating water-soluble polymers with a relative molecular weight of 1.1 x [10.sup.7] Da.
The CG was produced in a palm diesel facility (New Biodiesel, Surat Thani province, Thailand) and contained 87.61% glycerin, 8.07% water, 1.56% chloride, 1.24% sodium, 0.64% methanol, 0.0059% phosphorus and 0.0045% calcium.
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., Siles, Chica, & Martin, 2014; Athanasoulia, Melidis, & Aivasidis, 2014; Martin, Fernandez, Serrano, & Siles, 2013; Astals, Nolla-Ardevolb, & Mata-Alvareza, 2013; Rivero, Solera, & Perez, 2014).
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.
Dramatic examples of the impact of infiltration on cured adhesive properties are observable in soy adhesive formulations containing glycerin. Some soy-glycerin plywood adhesives, with up to three parts glycerin to one part soy flour, bond wood well but have little stiffness or cohesive strength when cured neat.
Glycerin and water act as moisturizers by establishing equilibrium between moisture in the contents and shell of the soft capsule.
Calcium hydroxide powder was mixed with different vehicles such as normal saline, glycerin and CMCP- Glycerin.
Dr Taha pointed out that it is possible for the cosmetics industry to benefit from the study from the byproducts of the chemical process conducted to produce biodiesel in order to form natural glycerin for use in the industry.
If you want to make your bath salt with baking soda and glycerin.