Keyword: Diethylene glycol
Divalent Alcohol (Also diethylene glycol, diglycol) (grch. glykos sweet =) with an oily-thick consistency and sweet taste. This is used as a component of antifreeze and disinfecting agents, as a coolant for aircraft engines and as a solvent for resins. A portion of the wine can be Chromatography (Gas chromatography) are detected. Values â€‹â€‹less than two milligrams per liter does not indicate a conscious clogging. In the so-called wine scandal Austria (Panchen). The agent was relatively safe (no one was hurt), but for the time being harmed the Austrian wine-growing enormously. From the trials it was found that the first "applications" probably from the year 1976 were made, were affected to a greater extent in the respective estates on a large scale the vintages 1980 to 1984. The incident caused, but ultimately something very positive, because in Austria was created as a result a new, very strict, quality-oriented wine law. In the meantime, this is long forgotten and Austrian wine has an excellent reputation again.