Glycerin, also known as glycerol, is the easiest triol that is found as fatty esters in all-natural oils and fats. Glycerol is used in medicinal products, personal care products, tobacco production, manufacturing of urethane foams, and in food and cosmetic products. Derivatives of glycerol contain acetals, amines, esters, and ethers.
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