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Polyethylene glycol is used in the field of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, paper, rubber and ceramics and in wood processing. It is also used in the manufacture of surfactants, dispersant resin and plastics. It acts as a dye carrier in paints and inks; soldering fluxes with good spreading property and as a softener and antistatic agent for textiles. It is also one of the main materials of ester type surface active agent.
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