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The diagnosis of ethylene glycol poisoning is challenging due to nonspecific signs and symptoms [3].
Nickel (II) formate dihydrate (Ni[(HCOO).sub.2] x 2[H.sub.2]O) and ethylene glycol (HO[(C[H.sub.2]).sub.2]OH) of 99.8% purity grade, [greater than or equal to] 99.5% pure 1,2-propylene glycol (C[H.sub.3]CH(OH)C[H.sub.2]OH), [greater than or equal to] 97.0% pure 1,5-pentanediol (HO[(C[H.sub.2]).sub.5]OH), 99% pure diethylene glycol ([(HOC[H.sub.2]C[H.sub.2]).sub.2]O), 95% pure ethanol, and 80% solution of hydrazine hydrate supplied by Sigma Aldrich were used in the experiments without further purification.
The coroner said: "We don't know the cause of the cardiac arrest and there is some indication she may have taken ethylene glycol but I can't put it any higher than a possibility."
PA in which ethanol, n-propanol, isopropanol, or ethylene glycol was incorporated will be referred to in this article as PA-ethanol, PA-propanol (for PA-n-propanol to avoid misunderstandings), PA-isopropanol and PA-ethylene glycol, respectively.
Ethanol causes less ethylene glycol to be metabolized and more is excreted.
Ethylene glycol is common additive in automotive antifreeze but also is used in University of Texas M.D.
More than three quarters of ethylene oxide demand in China originates in the production of ethylene glycol, which in turn is mainly used to manufacture PET fibers.
For example for generating of osmotic soluble concentrated on -0.99, -1.35, -2.35 are weighted 25 g, 30 g and 35 g from poly ethylene glycol respectively and solved on water 100 cc and the considered concentration is made as followed above.
(The glycol for antifreeze referred to in the ad is ethylene glycol that, unlike propylene glycol, is not designated as Generally Recognized As Safe by the United States Food and Drug Administration.)
Al-Karna, which takes its name from an ancient Qatari village and refers to a "water well", comprise a steam cracker, a mono ethylene glycol plant, a linear alpha olefin unit and an oxo alcohol unit.
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