Polyoxypropylene Glycerol Ether CAS 25791-96-2

Non-volatile liquid oil, colorless or yellow, that is soluble not only in benzene but also in other aromatic solvents. Polyoxypropylene glycol ether: The liquid is colorless to yellow, non-volatile, oily, and not volatile. It's soluble, but only in aromatic solvents. Also soluble, in ethanol, carbon tetrachloride and other solvents. After decolorization and pressure filtering, glycerol can be prepared using potassium hydroxide as catalyst and epoxy propane ring opening polymerization. It be


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