glycol is heated in a distillery apparatus to 148 C., and a slow current of dry hydrochloric acid passed through it.
No glycollic acid, oxalic acid, glycol, or glycerol was produced.
On boiling with water, it decomposes into glycol and trimethylamine.
glycol, glī′kol, n. the type of a class of artificial compounds forming chemically a link between alcohol and glycerine.
glycol gly·col (glī'kôl', -kōl')
Any of various alcohols containing two hydroxyl groups.