Chemistry Inventions That Changed The World

Haber-Bosch Process Nitrogen plays a critical role in the biochemistry of every living thing. It is needed by animals as amino acids, proteins, and many components of life machinery such as enzymes, DNA, RNA, etc. and plants require it for chlorophyll. Though it is the most common gas in our atmosphere, it exists as highly […]

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Making Liquid Hand Soap By Yourself

WHAT’S IN DIY LIQUID HAND SOAP? 3/4 cup of water 1/4 cup of Castile soap 20 drops of lemon essential oil soap dispenser   HOW DO YOU MAKE LIQUID HAND SOAP? First, you will need a soap dispenser. You can use a regular hand soap dispenser or a foaming hand soap dispenser. Just rinse out […]

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Odor Repelling in Industries

Odors and fumes are the natural by-product of many chemical manufacturing processes. Up until a few years ago, odors were considered something inevitably present around many chemical plants. But recently a number of methods have been developed for controlling or eliminating industrial odors. Most odors emanating from chemical plants are not physically dangerous. But they […]

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Ferric Chloride : Chemicals For Sale In Addis Ababa

FERRIC CHLORIDE is Widely used in wastewater treatment and drinking water production, its main action is to remove suspended solids from the water. It is a colorless to light brown aqueous solution that has a faint hydrochloric acid odor. Highly corrosive to most metals and probably corrosive to tissue. Noncombustible. Used in sewage treatment and […]

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Industrial Non-iodized Salt

You likely eat salt every day. Salt is in the food you buy and in your own cooked meals (you do add salt, don’t you?). What you may not know is that the salt used in these foods or the table salt in your home may be one of two types: non-iodized salt or iodized […]

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Preservatives

The term “preservatives” refers to the functional name for a wide variety of compounds that help slow or prevent bacterial growth in a wide range of products, including foods, medicines, and personal care products. These compounds can be natural or synthetic. Preservatives play important roles in many products people use every day – for example, […]

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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 procedures. Ammonium bicarbonate is volatile in solution and releases ammonia and CO2. This property makes ammonium bicarbonate a good buffer for such applications as lyophilization and matrix assisted laser desorption. […]

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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 made soap from fats boiled with ashes. Soap was used in cleaning wool and cotton used in textile manufacture and was used medicinally for at least 5000 years. Soap is […]

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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 can be used for all types of polymeric materials, with the identification of the crosslinker being dependent on the application requirements. Polymer crosslinking is accomplished via a wide variety of […]

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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, herbicides and insecticides. They are formulated with inert or excipient chemicals, which either modulate an AI’s adverse effects or act as a delivery vehicle. Understanding the biological activity of an […]

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