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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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Thirty years earlier, Italian chemist Ascanio Sobrero had conducted a series of experiments involving a mixture of nitric acid, sulfuric acid, and glycerine.
The company said that the majority of the new refinery's supply of crude glycerine will come from Cargill's biodiesel plant.
AFTER defrosting your freezer, dry the inside well then apply a thin layer of glycerine to all internal surfaces.
Herbacin offers a hand cream with glycerine for smoothing and moisturizing, chamomile for healing and restoring, and silicone for protection against everyday environmental abuse.
The State Food and Drug Administration has investigated this matter, and concluded that the Taixing city glycerine factory was not classed as a pharmaceutical production business and CNSC Fortune Way was not classed as a pharmaceutical sales business," the ministry stated.
The price of glycerine in Europe tumbled from approximately 1,000 [euro] ($1,200) a metric ton three years ago to 450 [euro] per ton by October.
The news service noted that the JV will also offer glycerine, a byproduct of biodiesel.
The buyout will see Lambson transfer its glycerine and ammonium sulphate production facilities to Teesside, ensuring the future of Koppers's Port Clarence works.
The corporation is also expected to make money from the glycerine which is a by-product of the fuel making process.
Tea Rose Glycerine Heart Soaps, three for $15, crabtree-everlyn.
Clearly Natural Soaps has a festive array of vegetable-derived glycerine soaps that make wonderful seasonal gifts and great stocking stuffers, or that liven up your kids' bathtimes.