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  • Study of an air conditioning system for a small hybrid vehicle based on the absorption principle
    In fact today's coolants are composed of a mixture of water (of drinking quality), antifreeze (generally ethylene glycol or propylene glycol) and corrosion inhibitors appropriate to the specific application.
    Although both aerobic and anaerobic biodegradation has been observed in soils for frequently used anti- freeze agents such as ethylene glycol , propylene glycol, and betaine, the addition of corrosion inhibitors or biocides in BTES systems can inhibit biodegradation (Klotzbücher et al. 2007).
  • Eco-Efficient Chemical Processes
    Antifreeze is produced mainly for consumer sale as a nondiluted ethylene or propylene glycol with small amounts of additives like corrosion inhibitors , antifoamers and dyes.
    Conventional automotive antifreeze (ethylene glycol or propylene glycol) has very high electrical conductivity (> 5000 µS/cm) due to the presence of ionic corrosion inhibitors .
  • Extended Service of “Fully Formulated” Heavy-Duty Antifreeze in American Cars
    … GM-6043 antifreeze specificationprovides an actual recipe for phosphated, silicated light-duty factory-fillfluid that many antifreeze blenders have emulated to prepare ASTM D 3306 compliant antifreeze original equipment manufacturer any … … 2- ethylhexanoic applicable as corrosion inhibitors in engine coolant propylene glycol .
  • Subject Index
    … Coolants, engine See also Antifreezes additive degradation, 189 AL3 … … environmentally safe, 61 ethylene glycol -base, 61, 99, 162 … … 27, 162 Glysantin, 180 inhibitors in, See Additives; Inhibi … … of, 86, 162, 251 propylene glycol-base, 61, 162 … … 45, 123 cavitation, 231 corrosion of, 48, 54, 79 …