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Honeywell Specialty Chemicals Seelze GmbH, Germany

Honeywell Research Chemicals’ history in the industry dates back more than 200 years to when Chemist Johann Daniel Riedel started production of pharmaceuticals in Berlin. Today, Riedel-de Haën™, Fluka™, Hydranal™, Chromasolv™, TraceSELECT™ and many other world leading brands are now part of the Hone 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

Measurement of Concentrations for Almost Every Key Metering Task

The DULCOTEST sensors by ProMinent deliver precise, reliable, application-specific measured values in real more

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  • Paper discs that can pick up hydrogen peroxide

    Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have developed a paper-based sensor for detecting even tiny volumes of hydrogen peroxide. This chemical is used widely in household and healthcare products like hand sanitiser as a disinfectant, in rocket fuel as a propellant, and is also found i more

  • A 40-year-old catalyst unveils its secrets

    “Titanium silicalite-1” (TS-1) is not a new catalyst: It has been almost 40 years since its development and the discovery of its ability to convert propylene into propylene oxide, an important basic chemical in the chemical industry. Now, by combining various methods, a team of scientists from ETH Z more

  • How to make perfect edges in 2D-materials

    Ultrathin materials such as graphene promise a revolution in nanoscience and technology. Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have now made an important advance within the field. In a recent paper in Nature Communications they present a method for controlling the edges of two-di more

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Elephant's Toothpaste

Behold, the popular Elephant's Toothpaste reaction... We look at it in some detail. Hydrogen Peroxide solution is catalysed by Potassium Iodide - washing liquid (for foam) and food dye (for colour) make the whole thing more visible! more

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

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The Chemistry of Permanent Hair Dyes

Today, hair dyes are widely used, either to cover up grey hairs, or simply by those wanting to change their natural hair colour. The chemistry behind how they change the colour of hair can actually get pretty complicated, but this graphic tries to boil it down to the key classes of chemicals involve more

Hydrogen Peroxide

It’s been a while since the last update to the Everyday Chemicals series – this latest graphic looks at hydrogen peroxide. Everyone’s familiar with the term ‘peroxide blonde’, stemming from the use of hydrogen peroxide in hair dyes, but this accounts for just one of the compound’s many uses; it’s al more

Why Doesn’t Honey Spoil?

Honey is something of an oddity, in that, unlike most foods, it doesn’t spoil over time. In fact, the oldest known sample of honey, found in an Ancient Egyptian tomb and dated to approximately 3000 years ago, was still perfectly edible (supposedly*). What is it, then, that gives honey this unusual p more

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Definition

Hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is a very pale blue liquid which appears colorless in a dilute solution, slightly more viscous than water. It is a weak acid . It has strong oxidizing properties and is therefore a powerful bleaching ... more

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