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Azepane

Azepane is a heterocycle. It can be used as intermediate for pharmaceuticals , agrochemcials, zeolites, dyes , inks, rubber chemicals, textile chemicals and corrosion inhibitors.

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BC Antifoam ED5

BC Antifoam ED5 contains 30% silicone and is designed to be diluted for storage and resale at levels of 5% and 10% silicone. These concentrations are the preferred levels for sales and use of antifoam

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BONDOGEN® E

BONDOGEN E is a high activity plasticizer, processing aid and peptizer based on a mixture of high molecular weight sulfonic acid and low viscosity mineral oil.

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Barium Stearate

Barium stearate is used as a waterproofing agent, lubricant and bearing fill lining. It is also used as heat stabilizer of PVC products.

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Baymod N

Baymod N is a family of powdered nitrile rubbers that are compatible with a number of different polymers and are used as plasticizers. It is used in friction linings,brake linings,fuel resistant applications,shoe soles ,profiles,cables,conveyor belts ,sheetings

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Baypren

Baypren is a family of chloroprene rubber with diverse applications due to its attractive combination of key technical properties. Baypren compounds are suitable for moldings and extrudates of all types, reinforced hoses, roll covers, belting, including conveyor belts, air spring bellows, cable sheathing and insulation for low-voltage cables, sponge rubber, including open and closed-cell sponge rubber, corrosion-resistant linings, sheeting, fabric proofings and footwear (boots).

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Benzene

Benzene is an organic compound that is a colorless or light-yellow liquid that has a relatively high melting point. The word benzene derives historically from gum benzoin, sometimes called benjamin. It is highly flammable, has a sweet odor and quickly evaporates into air. Its vapor is heavier than air, which makes it sink into low-lying areas. Benzene dissolves only slightly in water and floats on top of it.Benzene is formed from both natural and man-made processes. Natural sources include volcanoes and forest fires. Benzene is also a natural constituent of crude oil and gasoline. Its most widely-produced derivatives include styrene, which is used to make polymers and plastics, phenol for resins and adhesives and cyclohexane, which is used to manufacture Nylon. About 80% of benzene is consumed in the production of three chemicals, ethylbenzene, cumene, and cyclohexane. Its most widely produced derivative is ethylbenzene, precursor to styrene, which is used to make polymers and plastics.

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