where can i find glycol? i'd also like to know the dutch term, thanks for the help!
Ah well the thing is, "glycol" isn't actually just one compound. The term glycol simply means a diol with the hydroxide groups on different carbons. The most common glycol is probably ethylene glycol, which is easily obtained from auto radiator fluid; usually a 50% solution with water (although some radiator fluid uses propylene glycol, and others contain neither).
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I recently found some diethylene glycol (DEG) as FancyHeat food tray heaters, available at some dollar stores in the US.
You want to make something that self-ignites? I'm not answering the question, just guessing as to "why?"
nope, smoke fluid :-)
Like this? http://www.bigclive.com/smoke.htm.I found this siteL
I'm sure that you can find what you want herehttps://www.spectrumchemical.com/OA_HTML/ibeCSrdSrchResults.jsp?cg=-200&kw=glycol&minisite=10020&respid=50577&ds=0&dr=50&st=kw&cpg=0§ion=10170&searchlov=-1&prodapp_pses=ZG4CA9BBF89C927DA885D54915EE2EB340FC6CDA4EFAA4EFDBFF2BD796B5652A70DC38A842BA54B8041F8FFC4C39ABA759562BACC4B138A99A&prodapp=ZH1tVbSspL9GnDI_4vLeeMr1%3AS