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Cinnamon Bark Oil

Cinnamon bark is widely used as a spice. It is principally employed in cookery as a condiment and flavoring material. It is used in the preparation of chocolate.It is also used in cosmetic.

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Dimethyl Malonate

Dimethyl Malonate is a diester derivative of malonic acid. It is a common reagent for organic synthesis. It is used in the malonic ester synthesis, and for the preparation of mono-substituted and di-substituted acetic acid.It is used for the synthesis of pharmaceuticals such as chloroquine, butazolidin, barbital,and also in pesticide and paints.

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Ethylene Thiourea

Ethylene thiourea is used primarily as an accelerator for vulcanizing polychloroprene (neoprene) and polyacrylate rubbers and also used in the manufacture of ethylenebisdithiocarbamate pesticides, such as amobam, maneb, mancozeb, metiram, nabam, and zineb,electroplating baths, as an intermediate in antioxidant production, in dyes, pharmaceuticals, and synthetic resins.

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Hexachloroacetone

Hexachloroacetone is an organic compound. The main use of hexachloroacetone is as a pesticide.

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Methyl Salicylate

Methyl salicylate is a natural product of many species of plants. It is used as a rubefacient in deep heating liniments, and in small amounts as a flavoring agent. It is also used to provide fragrance to various products and as an odor-masking agent for some organophosphate pesticides. If applied in too high quantities it can cause stomach and kidney problems. It is used as a mint in some kinds of chewing gum and candy, as an alternative to the more common peppermint and spearmint oils. It can also be used as a transfer agent, to produce a manual copy of an image on a surface. It is one of several antiseptic ingredients in Listerine mouthwash.

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N-Methylformamide

N-Methylformamide is a organic compound. It is mainly used as a reagent in various organic syntheses with limited applications as a highly polar solvent. N-Methylformamide is the precursor to methyl isocyanide, a ligand in coordination chemistry and an intermediate in the production of some pharmaceutical compounds.

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Naphthalene Crude

Naphthalene is also used in the synthesis of 2-naphthol, a precursor for various dyestuffs, pigments, rubber processing chemicals and other miscellaneous chemicals and pharmaceuticals. Naphthalene sulfonic acids are used in the manufacture of naphthalene sulfonate polymer plasticizers (dispersants) which are used to produce concrete and plasterboard (wallboard or drywall). They are also used as dispersants in synthetic and natural rubbers, and as tanningagents (syntans) in leather industries, agricultural formulations (dispersants for pesticides), dyes and as a dispersant in Lead-acid batteryplates.

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Phenyl Isocyanate

Phenyl isocyanate are used in the synthesis for the target molecules such as pharmaceuticals, pesticides, textile softener, lubricants and industrial disinfectants.It is used as plastic additives and as heat treatment salt formulations for metals.

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Sodium Bifluoride

Sodium bifluoride is used as a component of electrolyte for galvanizing baths. It is used in pest control and insectproofing agent for leather. It is used in textile industry for removal of iron rust and as a neutralization agent. It can be used as a catalyst for polymerization processing. It is used for sanitation and laundry souring agent.

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Sulfuryl Chloride

Sulfuryl chloride is a compound composed of sulfur, oxygen, and chlorine. It is often used as a source of chlorine. It is widely used as a reagent in the conversion of C-H→ C-Cl adjacent to activating substituents such as carbonyls and sulfoxides. In industry, sulfuryl chloride is most used in producing pesticides.

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