Re: ORGLIST: Polyethelene Glycol Solvent,

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From: Richard Prankerd (richard.prankerd$##$vcp.monash.edu.au)
Date: Tue Oct 09 2001 - 20:41:06 EDT


Bahman:

All grades of polyethylene glycol are water-soluble to a greater or
lesser extent. Acetone, alcohols, benzene, glycerin and monmeric
glyucols also dissolve PEGs. PEGs are very poorly soluble in aliphatic
hydrocarbons, ether, fats, fixed oils and mineral oil.

Richard

bahman elyasi wrote:

> who knows which solvent could dissolve Polyethylene Glycol?
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