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 What is phosphatidyl glycerol?

Answer Phosphatidyl glycerol is a lipid protein present within the pulmonary surfactant of the human body. This means it prevents the lungs from collapsing as we exhale by reducing the surface tension. Th... Read More »
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What is the density of glycerol?

The density of glycerol, also known as glycerin, is 1.26130 per cubic centimeter. Glycerol has a chemical formula of C3H8O3. Glycerol is used as a food sweetener, a solvent and is also an ingredien... Read More »
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Is glycerin the same as glycerol?

Glycerin is the same substance as glycerol. Other names for glycerin include 1,2,3 --propanetriol, propane-1,2,3-triol, trihydroxy propane and glycyl alcohol. Glycerin is a colorless, sweet viscous... Read More »
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How to Feed Glycerol to Hogs?

Glycerol is a co-product of biodiesel production. Several major universities, including Iowa State University in 2007, have researched using crude glycerol as a food source for pigs and hogs. The I... Read More »
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Is glycerol used for glucose?

Glycerol, a sweet-tasting alcohol that is a byproduct of soapmaking, is not a component of glucose. Along with fatty acids, it is a component of fats. In the absence of carbohydrates, however, some... Read More »
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