polyethylene glycols

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Related to polyethylene glycols: polyethylene glycol 4000, Polyethylene oxide

pol·y·eth·y·lene gly·cols (PEGs, PEG),

(pol'ē-eth'i-lēn glī'kōlz),
Condensation polymers of ethylene oxide and water: PEG 300 is a viscous liquid; PEG 6000 is a waxlike solid, PEGs are soluble in water and are used as pharmaceutic aids.

pol·y·eth·y·lene gly·cols

(PEG) (polē-ethi-lēn glīkolz)
Condensation polymers of ethylene oxide and water used as pharmaceutic aids.
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