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Glycerol: A Molecule

What does soap from the Middle Ages and biodiesel have in common? Glycerol. Through time and space, Glycerol has been a common molecule that comes from a variety of sources and can be found in a variety of ways. 869 more words

Science And Statistics

Guide To Solvents & Compounds For Making Injectable Steroids /Yuki/Raws Steroids Powder Source

When to homebrew steroids,we will use some commom solvents and compounds,such as BB,BA,GSO and other solvents.Each solvent and compound have their special effects with less side effects.Here is going to list some general information about these solvents. 870 more words

Benzyl Alcohol

Scramblase

Pickings have been slim lately, but here’s a great paper and a puzzle for you chemists out there. Most chemists (and biologists) know what a lipid bilayer is. 597 more words

Chemistry (relatively Pure)

Waterlogged materials: PEG and Glycerol

There have been countless approached to the preservation of waterlogged organic material, with an emphasis on leather and wood. These materials are the most extensively excavated and most commonly found in marine or waterlogged environments. 540 more words

Conservation