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Biazzi SA, Switzerland

Process Engineering Company offering Processes and Plants for Hydrogenation, other Gas-liquid reactions and Nitrations. Hydrogenation reactors and plants from 10 litres to 50 m3, from 10 to 200 bar. Modern hydrogenation laboratory at disposal for scale up and development trials. more

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Removing of Highly Active Impurities – Such as Active Pharmaceuticals – from Industrial Wastewater

On a high level of plant availability, the substances in the water are safely and reliably destroyed by means of hydrogen peroxide and UV radiation. more

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  • Mat baits, hooks and destroys pollutants in water

    A polymer mat developed at Rice University has the ability to fish biologically harmful contaminants from water through a strategy known as "bait, hook and destroy." Tests with wastewater showed the mat can efficiently remove targeted pollutants, in this case a pair of biologically harmful endocrine more

  • What happens when electrons get wet?

    There's a particular set of chemical reactions that governs many of the processes around us--everything from bridges corroding in water to your breakfast breaking down in your gut. One crucial part of that reaction involves electrons striking water, and despite how commonplace this reaction is, scie more

  • Breakthrough process for directly converting methane to methanol

    The direct oxidation of methane--found in natural gas--into methanol at low temperatures has long been a holy grail. Now, researchers at Tufts have found a breakthrough way to accomplish the feat using a heterogeneous catalyst and cheap molecular oxygen, according to a paper published by a team led more

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Removing of Highly Active Impurities – Such as Active Pharmaceuticals – from Industrial Wastewater

Removing of Highly Active Impurities – Such as Active Pharmaceuticals – from Industrial Wastewater more

Burning Iron in Liquid Oxygen

Burning iron is dropped into liquid oxygen. more

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Infographics Oxidation

Periodic table of oxidations states

The oxidation state of elements are largely dependend on their position in the periodic table. Main group elements have usually less numbers of oxidations states. Transition metal often have a wider range of possible oxidaions states. more

Chemical Reactions Posters II

Here’s the second part of the Chemical Reactions posters, this time featuring condensation, hydrolysis, displacement, oxidation, and reduction reactions. Click the image above to enlarge and read the text. more

A Guide to Oxidation Reactions of Alcohols

Today’s post is a quick one  with a look at alcohol oxidation reactions. This graphic tries to provide a basic summary of the reagents used, equipment required, and ways of identifying the products formed. A prominence is given to sodium and potassium dichromate as oxidising agents, despite the fact more

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  • National Peroxide Limited (500298) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

    National Peroxide Limited (NPL) is one of the leading hydrogen peroxide producers in India with an installed capacity of 54,000 MTPA on 50% w/w. basis. The company engaged in the manufacture and sale of hydrogen peroxide, sodium perborate and per acetic acid. Hydrogen peroxide offered by the company more

  • Outlook for China Glyphosate Industry 2009-2014

    China in 2009 has posted new record of glyphosate technical capacity of 655,400t/a and 190,000t/a for PMIDA, an eye-catching climb over that in 2008, respectively 485,400t/a and 172,200t/a. Capacity expansion has further strengthened China’s dominating position in global technical supply, accounting more

Definition

Andrussov oxidation

Andrussov oxidation The Andrussov Oxidation is an organic reaction describing the oxidation of methane in the presence of oxygen, ammonia, and a platinum catalyst to produce hydrogen cyanide. :CH4 + NH3 + 1.5O2 → HCN + 3H2O References more

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