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Topic: Will using Propylene Glycol as a solution protect the solute from oxidation?  (Read 191 times)

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Offline mnmwiz

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I have a certain chemical that I would like to dissolve in solution so as to make dosing easier. This particular chemical is relatively unstable and will oxidize if given the chance.

Would using PG as my solvent prevent said chemical (a compound with a structure similar to tryptophan) from oxygenation? Or should I use an oil or something?

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Please clearly state your purpose. This sounds way too close to self-medication for us to feel comfortable with the idea of helping you.
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