Glycerine

Glycerine is a thick, colorless and sweet liquid, has a high boiling point and can be frozen to a paste. Glycerine is a representative of triatomic alcohols and its chemical formula looks like this: C3H5(OH)3.

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Description

Glycerine is a thick, colorless and sweet liquid, has a high boiling point and can be frozen to a paste. Glycerine is a representative of triatomic alcohols and its chemical formula looks like this: C3H5(OH)3.

Applications

The range of glycerine application is diverse: food industry, tobacco production, medical industry, production of detergents and cosmetics, agriculture, textile, paper and leather industries, plastics, paint and varnish industry, electrical engineering and radio engineering. In agriculture, glycerine is used for seed treatment.

Technical characteristics

Technical characteristics

Molar mass

92.1 g/mol

Density

1.261 g/cm3

Melting point

18 °C

Boiling point

290 °C

Optical refractive index

1.4729

Mass fraction of pure glycerine

not less than 99.5%

Safety and regulation

Safety and regulation

lV hazard class, classified as low hazardous to humans, but when working with the product it is still recommended to apply measures and methods of protection characteristic for work with industrial chemistry