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Randy Eskelson was found unconscious Aug. 21 and taken to the hospital, where testing uncovered a potentially lethal dose of ethylene glycol in his system, azcentral.com reported.
Randy Eskelson said in his court statement that there is proof that his wife, Connie Eskelson, 66, purchased lab-grade ethylene glycol, the active ingredient in antifreeze.
He was taken to a hospital and authorities later found a potentially lethal dose of ethylene glycol, an active ingredient in antifreeze, in his system, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.
He was taken to a hospital, and authorities found a potentially lethal dose of ethylene glycol, an ingredient in antifreeze, in his system, MCSO said.
Unlike antifreeze, 95 percent of which is made up of one base chemical (typically ethylene glycol), petroleum-type engine oil contains a mixture of several different types of base oil, some more expensive than others.
Now, researchers have developed a new kind of semitransparent polymer called TUEG3 (poly[thioureas] and ethylene glycol), that maintains both rigidity and healing properties, without requiring any external heating.
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