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Glycerin...where to find it

I just found some at Walgreen's, in the skin care section. About three bucks for a small bottle. In case anyone's having a hard time finding it.

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What do you use it for?
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It's used in the bubble counter of a CO2 system, as it doesn't evaporate like water does.
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Funny, I was just in a walgreens up here last week looking for it, and couldn't find any.
Might have to check out some others

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I order it from sigma aldrich but any lab supply or chem supply online will have it
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It's used in the bubble counter of a CO2 system, as it doesn't evaporate like water does.
Hey Newton how is it going with your new co2 system?are you glad you got "the best of the best" or what? I ordered the cheaper co2-1 myself w/o the ph monitor and still waiting for it.they say it takes more than 3 weeks to get it to me in Toronto ,Canada.
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