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Use "glycols" in a sentence
"The agency, after drilling its own wells in Pavillion and sampling water, said it detected benzene, a carcinogen, that exceeded safe drinking-water standards, as well as methane—the primary component of natural gas—and synthetic chemicals such as glycols and alcohols "consistent with gas production and hydraulic fracturing fluids.""
"Eventually the gelling agents the foaming agents, the glycols, the salts, get pushed back out as well."
"The most recent of these—it had appeared in an obscure journal called Radiation Biology Archive—reported that Follaton was concentrating on a few of the usual substances, glycols, steroids, lipids."