• glycerin
German: Glyzerin
Japanese: グリセロール

Biochemistry. The alcohol glycerol is a metabolic intermediate, central structural component of the major classes of biological lipids, triglycerides and phospholipids. Glycerol is a clear, viscous liquid with sweet taste. It is used in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and food, as a cryoprotectant and a solvent.

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