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P 118 - 100gm   Scientific Polymer Products, Inc. Chemical Additives and Agents Propylene glycol ricinoleate. Catalog # : P-118. CAS : 26402-31-3. Physical Form : Liquid. Mw : 354. Density (g/cc) : 0.960 (25C). Refractive Index : 1.469. Viscosity : 300cp (25C). Fp (F) : 415. TSCA : TSCA listed
P 152 - 250gm   Scientific Polymer Products, Inc. Chemical Additives and Agents Propylene glycol monostearate. Catalog # : P-152. CAS : 1323-39-3. Physical Form : Solid. Mw : 343. Density (g/cc) : 0.88 (45/25C). bp (C) : 196 (91mm). Fp (F) : 470. Tm (C) : 36. TSCA : TSCA listed
857 - 1gm   Scientific Polymer Products, Inc. Chemical Additives and Agents Poly(propylene glycol). Catalog # : 857. CAS : 25322-69-4. Approx Mw : 3,000. Mw/Mn : 1.08. TSCA : TSCA listed
DOW PuraGuard ™ Propylene Glycol (PG) USP/EP   Dow Polyurethanes Chemical Additives and Agents DOW PuraGuard ™ Propylene Glycol (PG) USP/EP is a pharmaceutical grade of Monopropylene Glycols (PG or MPG) with a specified purity greater than 99.8%. DOW PuraGuard ™ PG USP/EP is tested for compliance with specifications of: United States Pharmacopeia (USP). European Pharmacopoeia (EP...
HI96832   Cannon Water Technology Inc. Refractometers Hanna Instruments Digital Refractometer for Propylene Glycol Analysis. HI 96832 Propylene Glycol Digital Refractometers is a rugged, portable, water resistant devices that utilize the measurement of refractive index to determine the percent volume and freezing point of propylene glycol based...
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  • About Propylene Glycols
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  • Propylene Glycol - Not All Alcohols Are The Same (.pdf)
    . provided after its publication. 1 CRC in Toxicology 29: 331-365, 1999. © 2001 American Chemistry Council. All rights. 2. reserved. “Final Report on the Safety Assessment of. Propylene Glycol and Propylene Glycols,”. J. Am. College Toxicology 13(6):437-491. (1994). 3 21 C.F.R. §§ 184.1666, 582.1666
  • The Safety of Propylene Glycol use in Cosmetic Products (.pdf)
    and found that response. 1 “Final Report of the Safety Assessment of. rates were low except at higher concentrations. Propylene Glycol and Polypropylene. under closed patch (exaggerated) test. Glycols,” Cosmetic Ingredient Review, J. conditions. These studies, the CIR review. Am. Coll. Toxicol. 13(6
  • Propylene Glycol Nutritional Content (.pdf)
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  • Propylene Glycol Does Not Pose A Cancer Risk (.pdf)
    Propylene glycol has been used worldwide in a variety of consumer products for decades. Propylene glycol has also been studied extensively in genetic, acute, subchronic, and lifetime animal studies. Expert review panels have concluded that results of laboratory studies demonstrate that propylene
  • DOWTHERM vs. DOWFROST: A Comparison of Ethylene Glycol and Propylene Glycol (.pdf)
    Dow offers two basic types of low temperature heat transfer fluids: DOWTHERM* heat transfer fluids based on ethylene glycol (EG) and DOWFROST* heat transfer fluids based on propylene glycol (PG). Both types also contain water and corrosion inhibitors. In terms of performance, both fluids are very
  • Technical Insights into Uninhibited Ethylene Glycol (.pdf)
    users money. in labor and parts. There also can be lost. This mechanical seal has been scored due to corrosion byproducts and/or metal. production costs due to shutdown and pos-. contamination of the fluid. sible premature failure of the system. Glycol and Propylene Glycol.”1 This advi-. uninhibited
  • Dispersion of Beer Foam Head Retaining Agents
    Ingredients such as propylene glycol alginate (PGA) may be added to beer to stabilize the foam head and to aid resistance to breakdown of foam in the presence of detergent residues or grease on the glass. PGA is dispersed in water (referred to as "liquor" in the brewing industry) before being added

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