diethylene

diethylene

(daɪˈɛθɪˌliːn)
n
a substance that has a chemical structure containing two ethylene groups
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It also resists diethylene glycol monomethyl ether (DiEGME), which is added to military aircraft fuels to prevent icing, to meet the Grade 2 classification.
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.
MEGlobal, a wholly-owned subsidiary of EQUATE Petrochemical Company, is a manufacturer of merchant monoethylene glycol and diethylene glycol.
Beware of your dog licking or drinking fluids that contain ethylene or diethylene glycol, they cause kidney failure.
The company's chemist, Harold Watkins, devised a formula to dissolve sulfanilamide powder in a clear, odorless, sweet glycol compound known as diethylene glycol.
In another field, Dow is a partner with Kuwait's Petrochemical Industries Company (PIC) in a Dubai-based JV called MEGlobal, a world leader in manufacturing and marketing merchant monoethylene glycol (MEG) and diethylene glycol (DEG), collectively known as ethylene glycol (EG).
MEGlobal is based in Dubai and specialises in the production of monoethylene glycol and diethylene glycol, which is used as feedstock for manufacturing polyester fibres and antifreeze formulations, among others.
The FDA also found diethylene glycol, a component of antifreeze and brake fluids, which the World Health Organization (WHO) has categorized as a poison, which can cause kidney damage, respiratory failure and nerve dysfunction when exposed to high quantities.
When nicotine is extracted from the tobacco plant, a variety of carcinogenic chemicals may be created in the process, including diethylene glycol and nitrosamines," notes Adries Verleur, co-founder and CEO of Miami-based VMR Products, which makes V2 Cigs.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) analysis of two leading brands of e-cigarettes found an array of potentially toxic chemicals, including diethylene glycol (an ingredient in antifreeze) and nitrosamines (known carcinogens).
The syrup was contaminated with diethylene glycol, an industrial product not designed for human consumption.
found diethylene glycol, a poison, and known cancer-causing agents in some of the 19 varieties of e-cigarette cartridges that it tested from two manufacturers.