According to Karyn Bischoff, DVM, a diagnostic toxicologist at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine, the most likely candidate for ethylene glycol
poisoning is an animal that is confined to an area--your garage, for example--with no source of refreshment other than a carelessly overlooked puddle of antifreeze on the floor.
Pharmaceutical grades of propylene glycol
, or PG USP/EP (United States Pharmacopeia/European Pharmacopeia), require a purity of 99.5% to earn the USP/EP designation.
Keep in mind, however, that ethylene glycol
, if ingested by your cat, can prove deadly within a matter of days if the animal does not undergo prompt and expert veterinary treatment to get it out of its system.
Contegoa[euro](tm)s de-icing process uses a spray solution containing glycol
, an organic compound used as antifreeze and in common household and pharmaceutical products.
Resting among the myriad of over-the-counter (OTC) medications available to treat constipation in infants and children is the little-known powder polyethylene glycol
(sold as MiraLAX).
Dubai, 18 Sept: Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (Sabic) affiliate, Yanbu National Petrochemical Company (Yansab) has made its first export shipment of ethylene glycol
from its new petrochemical venture in Saudi Arabia, Yansab said in a statement.
and methanol are alcohols that are commonly found in antifreeze.
The inquest was told that anautopsy found pure alcohol - ethylene glycol
- was in her body at the time of her death.
Heatcraft Refrigeration Products (HRP) has leveraged its technical expertise to create new glycol
unit cooler product lines for its Bohn and Larkin brands.
Initially, the Ras Tanura complex will include units for polyethylene, ethylene oxide and glycol
, propylene oxide and glycol
, chlor-alkali, vinyl chloride monomer, polyurethane components, epoxy resins, polycarbonate, amines, and glycol
Quincat CQ-330 amine catalyst, a 33% solution of quinuclidene (1,4-ethylene piperidine) in dipropylene glycol
, reportedly shows activity equal to triethylenediamine-based catalysts, but at significantly lower use levels and lower cost.
As expected, in experiments with water or with viscous ethylene glycol
, the spinning platter swirled the liquid above it to create whirlpools.