What is Glycerol ?
Glycerol is an organic chemical compound (also called glycerin or vegetable glycerin; when it is extracted from plants such as soybeans or palm).
It is an organic polyol (poly-alcohol) compound that has the chemical formula C3H8O3 and the IUPAC name Propane-1,2,3-triol.
Glycerin is a water soluble, non-toxic, colorless, odorless, and viscous liquid that has a sweet taste. It is widely used in the food and pharmaceutical industries.
Vegetable glycerin is a main component of the e-liquid products that are heated with atomizers when used in electronic cigarettes; to produce a thick silky vapor in order to deliver flavors and -optionally- nicotine.