Chemical compounds which are derived by the reaction of an oxoacid with a hydroxyl compound like alcohol or phenol is known as easters. Easters are usually derived from an inorganic acid or organic acid in which at least one hydroxyl group is replaced by an alkyl group which is commonly from carboxylic acids and in alcohols as easters are formed by condensing an acid with an alcohol. Easters occur from fats and oil which are known as fatty acids which are known as glycerol and esters with low molecule weight are very commonly used in fragrances and are mostly found in essential oils and pheromones. Type of ester is known as easter c which is a form or unique version of vitamin c which is known is known as a substance produced when calcium is used for buffering vitamin c.
The other term which is commonly known as ethylene glycol is an organic compound which is widely used as automotive antifreeze and a precursor to polymers which is in its pyre form, also is very much odorless, syrup, sweet tasting liquid and is considered to be toxic as the ingestion could result in death. Ethylene glycol is commonly consumed for antifreeze as this material is very much cheap and finds niche applications. This ethylene glycol is very much used as capacitors which is chemical intermediate in the manufacture of dioxane and is an addictive to prevent corrosion in liquid cooling systems for personal computers.
Types of glycol are propylene glycols which are used in various food products like that of salad dressing, fat free ice creams, food colorings, popcorns and sour creams. Glyceryl another term which is used an alternative name for chemical nitroglycerin which is used for treating angina and heart failure. Glyceryl is highly used for treating angina attacks which also supplement blood concentrations of nitric oxide. The types of glyceryl are nitrate glyceryl which are also known as long acting which are very much useful and are very much effective as these are very much stable.