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Is Glycerin a General Green Solution to Solvent Recovery and Replacement for Process Chemistry?

kilomentor | 13 June, 2011 14:15

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Chemical terms glycerin | solution | solvent

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Re: Is Glycerin a General Green Solution to Solvent Recovery and Replacement for Process Chemistry?

milkshake | 24/08/2011, 17:59

dude, why dont you measure heat of mixing equal volumes of glycerol with DMSO - I bet it is quite exothermic and it will form an upper (higher-boiling) azeotrope with stuff like DMSO and NMP because of very strong hydrogen bonding - the same goes with water + DMSO or NMP. And glycerol is viscous. I have seen process paper where they used a silicone-based heat transfer fluid (low MW low viscosity cyclic polysiloxanes) - to me it is disgusting to put silicone oil into reaction on purpose but it is soluble in heptanes and nontoxic

Is Glycerin a General Green Solution to Solvent Recovery and Replacement for Process Chemistry?

plumbing | 01/10/2011, 09:09

Glycerin is also use for soap manufacturing. It contains a component of fat and oil.

Re: Is Glycerin a General Green Solution to Solvent Recovery and Replacement for Process Chemistry?

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Pressure Washer | 26/03/2012, 16:03

I was not clear that glycerol is immiscible with many common organic solvents such as hexane, methylene chloride, acetone, chloroform, benzene, probably toluene. thanks for the explanation and sources.

Re: Is Glycerin a General Green Solution to Solvent Recovery and Replacement for Process Chemistry?

Kumar Sachin | 20/05/2014, 23:12

I read all comments. Today's i know that Glycerin is used for
Solvent Recovery
. Thanks Kilomentor.

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