Commercialised in 1994, the process allows manufacturers to produce ethylene oxide and ethylene glycol with fewer steps, less equipment and smaller plot size requirements than competitive technologies.
What does EG stand for?
EG stands for Ethylene Glycol
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The inquest was told that anautopsy found pure alcohol - ethylene glycol - was in her body at the time of her death.
Ethylene Glycol is one of the most commonly used latex solvents; it's also used in anti-freeze, known for its toxicity.
Ethylene glycol whirlpools formed shapes with no more than three sides.
Human use of preservative-free methotrexate formulations for intrathecal administration containing ethylene glycol is not permissible," the company said in a written statement.
Only the mixture of ethylene glycol and water combined good preservation attributes with high capture efficiency, and therefore represented the best solution.