Glycerol


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CAS 56-81-5 - Glycerol

Analyte:  Glycerol

Abbreviation:  GLYCEROL

CAS Number or ID:  56-81-5

Department:  Organics

EC Number (EINECS):  56-81-5

Synonyms:  Glycerin;Glycerol;Glycerine;Glyceritol;Glycyl alcohol;Glyrol;Glysanin;Osmoglyn;Propanetriol;Trihydroxypropane;Synthetic glycerin;90 Technical glycerin;Dagralax;Glycerin, anhydrous;Glycerin, synthetic;Ophthalgan;Synthetic glycerine;Vitrosupos;1,2,3-Trihydroxypropane;90 Technical glycerine;Clyzerin, wasserfrei;Grocolene;Moon;Star;Superol;Optim;Bulbold;Cristal;Croderol G7000;Dynamite glycerin;Emery 912;Glyceol;Glycerin USP;Glycon G 100, G 300;Incorp

Use:  Widely used as a food additive (emulsifier, thickener, stabilizer),

Chemical Formula:  C3H8O3

Apearance:  viscous colourless or pale yellow liquid

Melting Point:  17.8 C

Boiling Point:  290 C

Vapor Density:  3.17 g/l

Vapor Pressure:  < 1mm Hg at 20 C

Flash Point:  160 C (closed cup)

Explosion Limits:  lower 0.9%

Auto Ignition:  370 C

Stability:  Stable. Incompatible with perchloric acid, lead oxide, acetic anhydride, nitrobenzene, chlorine, peroxides, strong acids, strong bases. Combustible.Analytical testing dots


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