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What is the specific heat of propylene glycol?
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What is the specific heat of propylene glycol at 453 k?
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What is the difference between dipropylene glycol and propylene glycol?
Dipropylene glycol is produced as a byproduct of the manufacture of propylene glycol. Propylene glycol has hydrating propylene which synthesizes it. Dipropylene glycol is used in pesticides, polyester resins, plasticizers, and hydraulic brake fluids. Propylene glycol is used in preservatives for foods as a moisture retaining agent ins oral hygiene and cosmetic products.