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In the News (Mon 22 Jul 19)

  
  Biofuels and Glycerol
A global glut of glycerol is occurring as industrialised nations move to substitute fossil fuels with more sustainable alternatives.
During the manufacture of biodiesel via the transesterification of oils from plants such as rape, soya and palm, 100kg of glycerol (also known as glycerin) is produced for every 1 tonne biodiesel.
Glycerol (propane 1,2,3 triol) is a potentially valuable building block molecule.
www.theglycerolchallenge.org   (569 words)

  
  Glycerol
This is known as glycerol hyperhydration, and glycerol is used by some athletes to improve thermoregulation and endurance during exercise or exposure to hot environments.
Glycerol not metabolized in the liver is transported to various tissues and undergoes metabolism.
Glycerol supplementation should be avoided by pregnant women and nursing mothers.
www.pdrhealth.com /drug_info/nmdrugprofiles/nutsupdrugs/gly_0304.shtml   (1094 words)

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