What is the difference between hydrolyzed glycerine and refined glycerine

The difference between hydrolyzed glycerol and refined glycerol

Hydrolyzed glycerine
Specifications Test Analytical Parameters: Characters: Transparent, No Suspension Color APHA 1.2623 Sulphated Ash %% <0.01 pH (ml 0.1N Sodium Hydroxide/25g) <0.1 Saponification Value (mmol/100g) <1 As (mg / kg) <2 Heavy Metals – Lead (mg/kg) <5 Packing: Product net weight 250 kg, new galvanized iron drum packaging product net weight 1 ton, IBC square barrel packaging use: Personal care products wetting agent, solvent, lubricant; In pharmaceutical formulas; Food seasoning and coloring solvents; Preparation of single and double glycol as emulsifier; Used in surface coatings and paints; As a softener and plasticizer; Softener of candy, cake and cheese; Alcohol and so on.
Refined glycerine
Colorless and transparent, larger than 95%, imported! Glycerin is a skeleton component of triglyceride molecules. When the human body consumes fat, the triglyceride therein is decomposed by metabolism in the body to form glycerol and stored in fat cells.
Little common sense: Glycerin, also known as glycerol, is a colorless, odorless, sweet, viscous liquid. The chemical structure of glycerol is completely different from that of carbohydrates and therefore does not belong to the same class of substances. Each gram of glycerol is completely oxidized and produces 4 kcal calories which will not change blood sugar and insulin levels after being absorbed by the body. Glycerin is a sweetener and humectant commonly used in the food processing industry and is mostly found in sports foods and milk replacers. Since glycerin can increase the moisture content in human tissues, it can increase the body’s ability to exercise in a high-heat environment.

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