Glycerol (also known as Glycerin) is the simplest triol that can be found in all natural fats and oils as fatty esters. Glycerol is used in drugs, oral care products, tobacco processing, urethane foams production, foods, and cosmetics. Glycerol derivatives include acetals, amines, esters, and ethers.
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