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Food Grade Ammonium Bicarbonate

Ammonium bicarbonate (commonly known as ammonium hydrogen carbonate) is a mildly basic inorganic compound. Ammonium bicarbonate is a commonly used reagent for industrial and research […]

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How Are detergents Made

An excavation of ancient Babylon revealed evidence that Babylonians were making soap around 2800 B.C. Babylonians were the first one to master the art of soap making. They […]

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What is a Crosslinker?

Crosslinking refers to the interconnecting or bridging of two chemical compounds, and a crosslinker is the molecule that is used to make this interconnection. Crosslinkers […]

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What are Active Ingredients

Active ingredients (AI) are the components of pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals that express therapeutic, medicinal, or biochemical effects on living matter. Agrochemicals, in particular, encompass pesticides, […]

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The Future Is Green

How will the Alternative Chemical Market Perform Against the Chemical Market? The numbers are clear: green chemistry will rapidly outpace the growth rate in the […]

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Environmental Consciousness

Environmental Our goals are to provide services that are safe and environmentally sound, conduct our operations in an environmentally responsible manner and create health and […]

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