• Organic-Fine chemicals-Tetrachloroethylene

    Organic-Fine chemicals-Tetrachloroethylene

    Perchloroethylene, an organic chemical, is a non-flammable liquid at room temperature. Easily volatilized and has a pungent sweet taste. It is insoluble in water, but miscible in most organic solvents such as ethanol and ether. Alias: perchloroethylene, molecular formula: C₂Cl4, CAS: 127-18-4.

  • Poly Aluminum Chloride (PAC)

    Poly Aluminum Chloride (PAC)

    Polyaluminium chloride (Poly Aluminium chloride abbreviation PAC), CAS: 1327-41-9, is a new type of inorganic polymer water purifier. It is easily soluble in water. The hydrolysis process is accompanied by physical and chemical processes such as electrochemical condensation, adsorption and precipitation. The water purification effect is far superior to the traditional low-molecular water purifiers such as aluminum sulfide, ferric chloride, ferrous sulfate and alum.

  • Alkaline cleaning agent-Sodium hydroxide

    Alkaline cleaning agent-Sodium hydroxide

    Sodium hydroxide, the chemical formula is NaOH, commonly known as caustic soda, caustic soda, caustic soda, is a strong corrosive alkali, generally in the form of flakes or particles, with deliquescent properties, CAS: 1310-73 -2 . Sodium hydroxide can be used as an alkaline cleaning agent in water treatment. It is soluble in ethanol and glycerin; it is insoluble in propanol and ether.

  • Chemical raw materials-Cyclohexanone

    Chemical raw materials-Cyclohexanone

    Cyclohexanone, an organic compound, is a saturated cyclic ketone whose carbonyl carbon atoms are included in a six-membered ring. Molecular formula: C6H10O, CAS: 108-94-1. Colorless or light yellow yellow transparent liquid with strong irritation. Flammable, exposed to high heat, open flames may cause burning hazard. It reacts violently on contact with oxidants. Slightly soluble in water, miscible in most organic solvents such as alcohol, ether, benzene, acetone, etc.

  • Benzyl chloride-Fine chemicals

    Benzyl chloride-Fine chemicals

    methyl chloride (methyl chloride), also known as methyl chloride, molecular weight 126.56, chemical formula C7H7CL, CAS: 100-44-7, toxic, colorless transparent liquid, strong irritation, tearing. It is miscible in most organic solvents such as ethanol and chloroform, with a density of 1096.7kg/m3, and easily soluble in organic solvents such as ethanol and ether.

  • Dimethyl formamide-Organic Solvent

    Dimethyl formamide-Organic Solvent

    Dimethylformamide (DMF) is a colorless and transparent liquid, which is miscible with water and most organic solvents. Alias: DMF, molecular formula: HCON(CH₃)₂, CAS: 68-12-2, is an important organic solvent.

  • Benzyl alcohol-Fine chemicals

    Benzyl alcohol-Fine chemicals

    Benzyl alcohol is one of the simplest aromatic alcohols and can be regarded as phenyl substituted methanol. Molecular formula C7H8O, CAS: 100-51-6. Colorless liquid with aromatic smell.

  • Dichloromethane-Fine chemicals

    Dichloromethane-Fine chemicals

    Dichloromethane, dichloromethane, molecular formula CH2Cl2, molecular weight 84.93, CAS: 75-09-2. Colorless transparent liquid with pungent odor similar to ether. Slightly soluble in water, soluble in ethanol and ether. It is a non-flammable low-boiling solvent, often used to replace flammable petroleum ether, ether, etc.

  • Chloromethane-Fine chemicals

    Chloromethane-Fine chemicals

    1. Product description: Methyl chloride (methyl chloride), also known as methyl chloride, has a molecular weight of 50.49 and a chemical formula of CH3Cl. It is a colorless and easy to liquefy gas. It is stored in a steel bottle after pressurized liquefaction. It is an organic halide. Slightly soluble in water, easily soluble in chloroform, ether, ethanol and acetone. It is flammable, explosive, and moderately hazardous. Non-corrosive.

  • Sodium Formate-Fine chemicals

    Sodium Formate-Fine chemicals

    Sodium formate, also known as sodium formate, is white granular or crystalline powder. It is hygroscopic and has a slight smell of formic acid. It is soluble in water and glycerin, slightly soluble in ethanol, and insoluble in ether.

  • Formic acid-Fine chemicals

    Formic acid-Fine chemicals

    Formic acid, also known as formic acid, is a colorless and transparent fuming liquid with a strong pungent sour taste, corrosive, and flammable. It can be arbitrarily miscible with water, ethanol, ether and glycerin, miscible with most polar organic solvents, and has a certain solubility in hydrocarbons. Formic acid has both acid and aldehyde properties.

  • Calcium chloride-Fine chemicals

    Calcium chloride-Fine chemicals

    Calcium chloride is a chemical substance composed of chlorine and calcium. The chemical formula is CaCl2, CAS: 10043-52-4, slightly bitter. It is a typical ionic halide, white, hard pieces or particles at room temperature.