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[These last two sentences are both (1) confusing, and (2) in contradiction to each other. Can someone clarify if glycerin is indeed gluconeogenic in animals with livers or not?]

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Duplicated content[edit]

The "Explosive" section is duplicated at the beginning of the "Chemical intermediate" section.

One of them should have the duplicated content deleted, possibly the bit in the chemical intermediate section as it seems more appropriate in the explosives section. Timmydog (talk) 10:22, 23 December 2017 (UTC)

Allyl iodide[edit]

Old, unlikely to be of broad interest, and pretty specialized so removed: "[[Allyl iodide]], a chemical building block for [[polymers]], [[preservative]]s, [[Allyl complex#Metal allyl complexes|organometallic catalysts]], and [[pharmaceuticals]], can be synthesized by using elemental [[phosphorus]] and [[iodine]] on glycerol.<ref>{{cite journal |last=Datta|first=Rasek Lal|title=The Preparation of Allyl Iodide|journal=Journal of the American Chemical Society|year=1914|volume=36|pages=1005–1007|doi=10.1021/ja02182a023|url=|issue=5}}</ref>"--Smokefoot (talk) 14:42, 23 December 2017 (UTC)