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Introduction: Glycerin

Description of Glycerin

Glycerin: 1,2,3-trihydroxypropane, a key intermediate in glucose metabolism; also serves as the bridge between hydrophobic "tails" and hydrophilic "heads" of many membrane lipids; reagent is used as a water-soluble solvent and lubricant.
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