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Suma Alcohol-FREE Liquid Extract, Suma (Pfaffia Paniculata) Dried Root Glycerite 2 oz

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  • Examples 1 -4 illustrate that the most common complexing agents used in iodine germicidal solutions create problems where high concentrations of glycerin are used, even when sufficient amounts of iodide are present which would normally tend to maintain the iodine fully solubilized.

    Examples 5-7 illustrate the difference in free iodine level of concentrate solutions versus diluted use forms of the products. The free iodine of the diluted solutions is primarily determined by the ratio of the iodine:iodide concentration. The free iodine of the concentrate is determined mainly by the high concentration of glycerin therein. In comparison, Lugol's solution, which contains 5% iodine, 10% potassium iodide and no glycerin, has a free iodine content of 168 ppm. A 1+7 dilution of Lugol's solution has a free iodine content of 267 ppm. Therefore, for iodine/iodide solutions that are free of glycerin, the free iodine values of the concentrates and of the diluted use solutions are similar. Examples 8-10

  • Examples 5-7 illustrate the difference in free iodine level of concentrate solutions versus diluted use forms of the products. The free iodine of the diluted solutions is primarily determined by the ratio of the iodine:iodide concentration. The free iodine of the concentrate is determined mainly by the high concentration of glycerin therein. In comparison, Lugol's solution, which contains 5% iodine, 10% potassium iodide and no glycerin, has a free iodine content of 168 ppm. A 1+7 dilution of Lugol's solution has a free iodine content of 267 ppm. Therefore, for iodine/iodide solutions that are free of glycerin, the free iodine values of the concentrates and of the diluted use solutions are similar.

    Examples 5-7 illustrate the difference in free iodine level of concentrate solutions versus diluted use forms of the products. The free iodine of the diluted solutions is primarily determined by the ratio of the iodine:iodide concentration. The free iodine of the concentrate is determined mainly by the high concentration of glycerin therein. In comparison, Lugol's solution, which contains 5% iodine, 10% potassium iodide and no glycerin, has a free iodine content of 168 ppm. A 1+7 dilution of Lugol's solution has a free iodine content of 267 ppm. Therefore, for iodine/iodide solutions that are free of glycerin, the free iodine values of the concentrates and of the diluted use solutions are similar.

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    IUPAC Name:
    propane-1,2,3-triol
    CAS Number:
    8043-29-6
    Chemical Formula:
    C3H8O3

    Examples 1-4 illustrate that the most common complexing agents used in iodine germicidal solutions create problems where high concentrations of glycerin are used, even when sufficient amounts of iodide are present which would normally tend to maintain the iodine fully solubilized.

Cannabis Glycerin Concentrate - Original Weed Recipes

Waterlogged leather recovered from excavations by The Museum of London is conserved in a solution of 30 percent glycerin and 70 percent alcohol (ethanol) for two weeks. The leather is then dried in three successive baths of acetone, each three hours long (glycerin is not soluble in acetone). Similar results can be achieved by using 10-40 percent glycerin mixed in 90-60 percent alcohol or water. Avoid using concentrated glycerin. While the solutions in alcohol can remove tanning agents, alcohol speeds up the conservation process and confers greater mechanical strength to the leather than will a water solution.