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Damar Batu

Damar Batu is a petrifaction of natural resin from the ancient shorea tree and is much harder than other resins.It is used as a binding agent for printing-lacquers, paints, putty, and shellac.Traditionally the fishers in Indonesia are using Damar Batu mixed with Kerosin as putty for their wooden boats.

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Dammar Gum

Dammar gum is obtained from the Dipterocarpaceae family of trees in India and East Asia, principally those of the genera Shorea, Balanocarpus, or Hopea. Most is produced by tapping trees; however some is collected in fossilized form from the ground. It is a triterpenoid resin, containing a large number of triterpenes and their oxidation products. Many of them are low molecular weight compounds, but dammar also contains a polymeric fraction, composed of polycadinene. It is used in foods, as either a clouding or a glazing agent, in the making of incense, varnishing and in other processes. Dammar was first introduced as a picture varnish in 1826 and is commonly referred to as Damar varnish. Damar varnish is commonly used in oil painting, both during the painting process and after the painting is finished.

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Decaborane

Decaborane is one of the principal boron hydride clusters, both as a reference structure and as a precursor to other boron hydrides. It has no significant applications, although it has often been investigated. Since the molecule decomposes in a plasma, yielding monoatomic boron ions, decaborane is potentially useful as a fuel for aneutronic fusion, and for low energy ion implantation of boron in the manufacture of semiconductors. It has also been considered for plasma-assisted chemical vapor deposition for the manufacture boron-containing thin films. In fusion research, the neutron-absorbing nature of boron has led to the use of these thin boron-rich films to "boronize" the walls of the tokamak vacuum vessel to reduce recycling of particles and impurities into the plasma and improve overall performance. It was also developed as an additive to special high-performance rocket fuels.

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Dysprosium

Dysprosium is a rare earth element. It is never found in nature as a free element, though it is found in various minerals, such as xenotime. It was first identified in 1886 by Paul Émile Lecoq de Boisbaudran, but was not isolated in pure form until the development of ion exchange techniques in the 1950s. It is used for its high thermal neutron absorption cross-section in making control rods in nuclear reactors, for its high magnetic susceptibility to magnetization in data storage devices and as a component of Terfenol-D. It is also used in dosimeters for measuring ionizing radiation. Dysprosium, in conjunction with vanadium and other elements, is used in making laser materials. Dysprosium iodide and dysprosium bromide are used in high intensity lighting.

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EnProve TR

EnProve TR is a highly effective sorbent used for the removal of SO2, SO3, HCl and HF in coal fired electric utility plants, industrial plants, waste incinerators and ethanol plants. Trona is the sorbent of choice in a dry injection system that features low capital investment and quick retrofit to any existing flue gas configuration.

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Ethylamine

Ethylamine is an organic compound. It is widely used in chemical industry and organic synthesis. It is a precursor to many herbicides including atrazine and simazine. It is found in rubber products as well.

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Fluid-Rite

Fluid-Rite meets the demands of today's high pressure high volume hydraulic systems where fire resistance is required. This fluid is a 200 SUS fluid with 40% water content and is completely compatible with most water glycol fluids.

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Fomepizole

Fomepizole is indicated for use as an antidote in confirmed or suspected methanol or ethylene glycol poisoning. It may be used alone or in combination with hemodialysis. Apart from medical uses, the role of fomepizole in coordination chemistry has been studied.

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