Propylene Glycol (also known as Propane-1,2-diol) is a clear, colorless, strongly hygroscopic liquid. Unsaturated polyester resins account for the majority of the commercial use of Propylene Glycol. Other uses include food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, pet food, and tobacco humectants. A growing application is in the field of deicers and automotive antifreeze components.
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