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Butyl Stearate

Butyl Stearate is the chemical compound formed by an esterification reaction between butyl alcohol and stearic acid. It has unique properties like stable, colorless, odorless oily liquid, resistant to oxidation, soluble in acetone and ethanol solvents. Butyl Stearate is notably having uses in personal care formulations, flavors & fragrances, plastics, metal cutting oil, and concrete production.

Sodium Acetate

Sodium Acetate formula designated as C2H3NaO2. It is the sodium salt of acetic acid and has white deliquescent hygroscopic powder appearance. Sodium acetate has many practical uses as the sulfuric acid neutralizer in the textile industry, cosmetics preservative, tanning agent in the leather industry, other users also find in detergents, pulp & paper, and personal care products.

Sodium Nitrite

Sodium Nitrite is a water-soluble, hygroscopic white or slightly yellowish solid. The chemical formula of sodium nitrite is NaNO2 with molecular weight 68.9953 g/mol. The major sodium nitrite uses are as a food additive, precursor to pharmaceuticals, diazo dyes and pesticides.

Zinc Phosphate

Zinc Phosphate is a water-soluble, inorganic chemical compound. It has the formula of Zn3(PO4)2 and is prepared from zinc oxide and magnesium oxide. Hopeite and parahopeite minerals are the sources for zinc phosphate. It is used as an agricultural based rodenticide, corrosion resistant coating on metal surfaces.

Calcium Acetate

Calcium Acetate is the calcium salt of acetic acid. In kidney disease, blood levels of phosphate may rise leading to bone problems. Calcium acetate binds phosphate in the diet to lower blood phosphate levels. Side effects of this treatment include upset stomach. It is used as a food additive, as a stabilizer, buffer and sequestrant, mainly in candy products. It also neutralizes fluoride in water.

Ferrous Sulphate

Ferrous sulfate / ferrous sulphate supplied by SulfozymeAgro India is the inorganic salt having formula FeSO4. The color of ferrous sulfate ranges from white and white-yellow blue-green. Upon heating of ferrous sulphate, ferrous sulfate losses original green color and crystals are converted into a brown colored anhydrous solid. Ferrous sulphate is commonly used in agriculture, coagulant, flocculant, water treatment, animal feed supplement and paint pigments.

Ammonium Carbonate

Ammonium Carbonate is a commercial salt. It is used when crushed as a smelling salt. Ammonium carbonate is mainly used as a leavening agent in traditional recipes, particularly those from northern Europe and Scandinavia. It can sometimes be substituted with baking powder. Ammonium carbonate can spontaneously decompose into ammonium bicarbonate and ammonia.Ammonium carbonate is an important basic material for various applications. It serves as a foaming agent for the production of expanded material, as ingredient for shampoos or for the dyeing of textiles.

Ammonium Molybdate

Ammonium Molybdate is an odourless crystalline compound. It is used as an analytical reagent to measure the amount of phosphates, silicates, arsenates and lead in aqueous solution. Ammonium Molybdate is also used in the production of molybdenum metal and ceramics, in the preparation of dehydrogenation and desulphurization catalysts, in the fixing of metals, in electroplating, in fertilizers for crops and also as a negative stain in biological electron microscopy.

Ammonium Dichromate

Ammonium Dichromate is an inorganic compound. It is a salt consisting of ammonium ions and dichromate ions. It has been used in pyrotechnics and in the early days of photography as well as in lithography, as a source of pure nitrogen in the laboratory, and as a catalyst. Ammonium Dichromate is also used as a mordant for dyeing pigments, in the manufacturing of alizarin, chrome alum, leather tanning and oil purification. Photosensitive films containing PVA, ammonium dichromate, and a phosphor are spin-coated as aqueous slurries in the production of the phosphor raster of television screens and other devices. The ammonium dichromate acts as the photoactive site.

Sodium Pyrophosphate

Sodium Pyrophosphate is a salt composed of pyrophosphate and sodium ions. It has the formula Na4O7P2, produced by the reaction of phosphoric acid with sodium carbonate. Common sodium pyrophosphate uses are as a food emulsifier, a buffering agent, thickening agent, tartar control agent in toothpaste, and household detergents.

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