Galactika VG Vegetable Glycerin 40 ml Flacone 60 ml
Galactika VG Glicerina Vegetale 40 ml Available from Smo-king at the best price online the new Vegetable Glycerin made by Galactika 40ml in 60ml bottle. The best Liquid Glycerin on the market to prepare your Decomposed Liquids so that you can fully enjoy your Electronic Cigarette. Galactika launches on the market the new Vegetable Glycerin in 40 ml format in 60 ml. A sterilized 99.8% EP / USP Glycerin, perfect for creating fantastic Liquids for Electronic Cigarettes. Vegetable Glycerin is a fundamental component to be able to create your Liquids, it is the component that allows the Ecig to produce steam. Thanks to the Glycerin formulate your Decomposed Liquids and put the Turbo on your Atomizers.
VEGETABLE GLYCERINE 40 IN 60 ML
SOLD IN 60 ML CHUBBY BOTTLE
Glycerin is a component of lipids and phospholipids or glycolipids, from which it is obtained by hydrolysis or transesterification. When the body uses its fat reserves, it first breaks them down into fatty acids and glycerol, the latter being transformed into glucose in the liver, becoming a source of energy for cellular metabolism. At room temperature it is a rather thick, viscous and sweetish colorless liquid; the presence of three -OH groups makes it miscible with water in any proportion. Industrially obtained as a by-product of the preparation of soap, it is used in the production of syrups, creams for pharmaceutical and cosmetic use, as well as as a food additive, and as a product for the creation of liquids for electronic cigarettes identified by the initials E422. It is also a reagent used in the synthesis of more complex organic compounds. In wine it gives roundness to the flavor. It is used in the production of liquids for electronic cigarettes. Liquid glycerol is also used, with 2 parts of distilled water, in the solution for stage smoke machines. It is also used in the production of nitroglycerin. Glycerol or glycerin is also a by-product of biodiesel production. It was first synthesized by Carl Scheele in 1779. As a major by-product of alcoholic fermentation, it was synthesized during the war (by fermenting apple and grape juices and inhibiting the reduction of acetaldehyde to ethanol by sulfur dioxide). source] Glycerin exhibits excellent solubility properties for tannins, phenol and boric acid. If present in a high percentage it also carries out a preservative action and is sometimes added to aqueous solutions. The caustic action of some compounds (for example phenol and iodine) is lower in glycerine solution. Due to its viscosity, glycerin solutions are better prepared by working hot. Glycerides are remarkably hygroscopic and must therefore be kept in tightly closed containers.