diethylene glycol

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diethylene glycol

(daɪˈɛθɪˌliːn ˈɡlaɪkɒl)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) a colourless soluble, poisonous liquid used as a solvent. Formula: (C2H4OH)2O
2. (Automotive Engineering) a colourless soluble, poisonous liquid used as a solvent. Formula: (C2H4OH)2O
Translations
די אתילן גליקול

diethylene glycol

n dietilenglicol m
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The MEG unit of the plant can supply half a million tons of the item as well as 50,000 tons of diethylene glycol (DEG) and 3,400 tons of triethylene glycol (TEG) annually.
The coproducts such as diethylene glycol and triethylene glycol are obtained in the manufacturing process of MEG from ethylene oxide.
Triethylene glycol is used to absorb any water from the gas.
Lawton (2004) who prepared zein films containing various plasticizers such as triethylene glycol (TEG), glycerol (Gly), levulinic acid (LA), dibutyl tartrate (DBT), oleic acid (OA), and polyethylene glycol investigated the relationship between plasticizer type and water absorption in the zein films.
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Consider this: if glycol dehydration is upstream of your system, it is safe to say you have free liquid triethylene glycol (TEG) in your pipeline, not to mention various types of lubricants, scavengers, flow promoters, corrosion inhibitors, methanol, hard hats, wooden skids, pig bars, chill rings, welding rods, and electric grinders.
Solid desiccants include molecular sieves and silica gel, whereas liquid desiccants include both inorganic salt such as lithium bromide and an organic solution like triethylene glycol (TEG).
It is necessary to remove water vapor present in a gas streams and the most effective practice to remove water from natural gas streams is to use triethylene glycol (TEG) as the dehydrating agent.
increase for all grades of triethylene glycol and $0.
59 [micro]g/L MXC, or triethylene glycol (vehicle control) using a flow-through dosing apparatus as described previously (Folmar et al.