Chemical Formula : C7H7Cl
Benzyl chloride has a pungent smell. Benzyl chloride is commonly used in industrial intermediate production.
Mainly this chemical is used for plasticizers, sanitizing, pharmaceuticals, oil extraction materials, agrochemicals, biocides, heat exchanging fluids and several others.
Chemical Formula : NaOH
Caustic Soda Flakes is also known as sodium hydroxide(NaOH) and Lye. Sodium hydroxide is a white solid ionic compound comprise of hydroxide anions OH- and sodium cations Na+.
Caustic soda is mainly used in the manufacturing industry like synthetics textiles, cotton, organic and inorganic chemistry industry, and soap industry. It is also used in the food industry, agricultural industry, and water treatment as well.
In the refining of edible oil, sodium hydroxide is utilized as a neutralizer to remove free fatty acids that can give the oil an annoying taste.
In the water treatment process, Caustic soda is very helpful in the pH neutralizing and adjustment of water streams. It is also used to raise the pH of water supplies.
In different industries, sodium hydroxide is often used as a cleaning agent. Especially for sterilization and cleaning of bottles in the beverage industry.
All the soda flakes are produced by the electrolysis process. In this, electrolysis of sodium chloride using membrane cell technology
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Chemical Formula : C4H13N3
This colorless hygroscopic liquid is soluble in water & polar organic solvents, but not simple hydrocarbons. Diethylenetriamine is structural analogue of diethylene glycol.
Chemical Formula : C5H14N2
Chemical Formula : C2H8N2
This colorless liquid with an ammonia-like odor is a strongly basic amine. It is a widely used building block in chemical synthesis.
Chemical Formula : CH2O
Formaldehyde is an organic compound and the simplest aldehyde. It is a colorless, highly flammable gas with a pungent Oduor.
Chemical Formula : CH3COOH
Glacial acetic acid is manufactured naturally when excreted by certain bacteria like Clostridium acetobutylicum and Acetobacter genus. The undiluted form of acetic acid is Glacial Acetic acid(CH3COOH), which is also known as ethanoic acid. It is a colourless, clear liquid with a strong odour. When acetic acid is used as a starting reagent, it easily creates other organic reagents such as ethanol and acetyl chloride through reduction and substitution reactions respectively.
It is called glacial because it has weak acid property and freezing in the form of needle-shaped crystals. Glacial acetic acid is potentially flammable and strongly corrosive, completely miscible with water and has a low flashpoint.
Acetic acid (CH3COOH), also known as ethanoic acid. A dilute (5%) solution of acetic acid is created by a process of oxidation and fermentation of natural carbohydrates. That is called vinegar.
Chemical Formula : C6H16N2
Hexamethylene diamine is the organic compound. The molecule is a diamine, consisting of a hexamethylene hydrocarbon chain terminated with amine functional groups. The colorless solid has a strong amine odor. About 1 billion kilograms are produced annually.
Chemical Formula : ClCH2CO2H
Chloroacetic acid, industrially known as monochloroacetic acid, is the organochlorine compound. It is a colorless solid. Related compounds are dichloroacetic acid and trichloroacetic acid.
The major industrial use of monochloroacetic acid (MCA) is in the manufacture of carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC). CMC is used in a broad range of applications, including detergents, food, textiles, coatings, drilling muds, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
Chemical Formula : C6H6O
Phenol is an aromatic hydrocarbon compound composed of a benzene ring with a hydroxyl group. It is a colorless to light-pink, crystalline solid with a sweet, acrid odor.
Chemical Formula : C6H6O
Phenylacetic acid, also known by various synonyms, is an organic compound containing a phenyl functional group and a carboxylic acid functional group. It is a white solid with a strong honey-like odor. Endogenously, it is a catabolite of phenylalanine.
Phenylacetic acid is used in some perfumes, as it possesses a honey-like odor even in low concentrations. It is also used in penicillin G production and diclofenac production.
Chemical Formula : C3H8O3
Noodles soaps are derived from a sodium hydroxide reaction with vegetable oil (coconut oil, palm oil, or olive oil) or from animal fats (tallow). It is a sodium salt of fatty acids and the most important additive for manufacturing soap bars. It develops from the neutralization of fatty acid and saponification of methyl esters, neutral fats, and oil.
There are 4 basic raw materials used for the soap manufacturing process.
1. Oils and fats
2. Brine** (for glycerine recovery)
3. Soda lye or potash lye
4. Additives : sodium silicate, sodium carbonate, perfumes, dyes etc.
Chemical Formula : C2H3ClNaO2
Sodium chloroacetate is a white colored powdered solid. It is soluble in water. It may be toxic ingestion or inhalation. It is used to make weed killers, dyes and pharmaceuticals.
Chemical Formula : H2SO4
Sulfuric acid (H2SO4) is a mineral acid made of oxygen, hydrogen, and sulfur. It is also called oil of vitriol, battery acid, acido sulfur, and hydrogen sulfate. It is the third most largely manufactured industrial chemical. It is an odorless, viscous and colorless liquid that is soluble in water.
Sulfuric acid is a salient commodity chemical, and for any nation, the productions of Sulfuric acid are a good sign of its industrial influence. It is a corrosive chemical for metals and tissue and it has an oily, glassy appearance.
Sulfuric acid is a concentrated chemical that is corrosive. It can cause serious burns and tissue injury, when in contact with the mucous membranes or skin
Chemical Formula : C15H24O
Butylated hydroxytoluene, also known as dibutylhydroxytoluene, is a lipophilic organic compound, chemically a derivative of phenol, that is useful for its antioxidant properties.
Chemical Formula : C9H6N2O2
TDI is an important intermediate in the production of flexible polyurethane foam. TDI is obtained by the nitration of toluene. The hydrogenation of di-nitro toluene is then obtained to produce Toluene Diamine (TDA), which is, in turn, reacted with phosgene to form TDI. TDI is a clear, pale yellow liquid with a sharp, pungent odor.
It is combustible only at high temperatures but burns to produce toxic gases (cyanides and nitrogen oxides). It is volatile, producing toxic concentrations at room temperature. The utmost care and safety measures have to be taken working with polyurethanes' production.
When delivered in drums, temperature should not fall below crystallization point. Exposure to intensive sunlight should be avoided. This has to be separated from the food and feedstuffs. The ideal storage temperature is between 20 °C and 25 °C. For more information, please request us for Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)