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  • noun (Chem.) A colorless liquid, obtained from certain derivatives of glycerin, and regarded as a partially dehydrated glycerin; -- called also glycidic alcohol.

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  • noun chemistry A colourless liquid obtained from certain derivatives of glycerin, and regarded as a partially dehydrated glycerin; glycidic alcohol.

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Blend of glyceric and anhydride

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