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4 Things You'll Like About Vegetable Glycerin

You may have heard of or used vegetable glycerin before. It’s commonly used as an additive in certain food products as well as skincare products. In this article we will learn more about this interesting and versatile substance. 618 more words


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


Catalytic Conversion Of Glycerol Fine Utilization

Biomass energy mainly refers to bio-ethanol, bio-diesel and bio-hydrogen production. Wherein, biodiesel is an alternative to animal fats in the glyceryl group with methanol or ethanol and other lower alcohols obtained long-chain fatty acid alkyl monoester. 153 more words

Industry News

#127 - Conflict of Interest in IARC Report


This time the nerds are joined by David Zaruk from The Risk Monger. Both David and James were mentioned in a times article for their stance on the IARC glyphosate monograph. 26 more words


FWS - Trying to Destroy My Wii with Potassium Permanganate & Glycerol

So believe it or not I had another games console break on me. This time it was my Nintendo Wii and, like before, I had to take out my aggression on it using some SCIENCE or, more specifically, potassium permanganate and glycerol. 60 more words

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Chambly Yeast!

I’ve previously mentioned on this blog the delights of Maudite, a particularly interesting Strong Belgian Style ale from the Unibroue brewery in Chambly, Quebec. We even had a crack at brewing it… 266 more words