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LANXESS plans to expand capacity for Oxone monopersulfate - a main active ingredient for disinfectants

Significant increase in demand due to African swine fever and corona pandemic

16-Sep-2020

Due to the continuous strong demand for disinfectants, specialty chemicals company LANXESS is planning to expand its production capacity for Oxone monopersulfate by around 50 percent. To this end, the company intends to invest a lower double-digit million euro sum in its production facility in ...

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Oxea increases n-propanol Availability in Europe for Disinfectant Manufacturers

16-Apr-2020

In the second quarter of 2020, the chemical company Oxea tripled its delivery volumes of n-propanol in Europe due to very high demand from manufacturers of hand sanitizers and the printing industry. “In Europe, we are experiencing strong demand for n-propanol from renowned customers in the ...

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Beiersdorf provides 500 tons of disinfectant in Europe

20-Mar-2020

Beiersdorf ramps up productions of medical grade disinfectants within its European production network to support the society’s collective fight against the coronavirus pandemic. In a first step, Beiersdorf AG will provide 500 tons of the urgently needed disinfectants to critical public emergency ...

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Lots of lead in the water? Maybe manganese is to blame

Researchers have found the naturally occurring mineral can speed up the production of lead dioxide under certain circumstances

24-Jul-2019

Manganese is not a particularly toxic mineral. In fact, people need a little in their diets to remain healthy. Research at Washington University in St. Louis has shown however, that in conjunction with certain other chemicals, naturally occurring manganese can lead to big changes in the water in ...

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Household cleaning products may contribute to kids' overweight by altering their gut microbiota

19-Sep-2018

Commonly used household cleaners could be making children overweight by altering their gut microbiota, suggests a Canadian study published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) . The study analyzed the gut flora of 757 infants from the general population at age 3-4 months and weight at ...

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LANXESS takes over Chemours’ Clean and Disinfect specialties business

First acquisition after successful completion of realignment program

27-Apr-2016

Specialty chemicals company LANXESS is expanding its portfolio of material protection products by taking over the Clean and Disinfect business of US-based chemical company Chemours. The business comprises active ingredients as well as specialty chemicals used especially in disinfectant and ...

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The first two applications for Union authorisation of biocidal products have recently been submitted to ECHA

24-Jul-2015

The first two applications for Union authorisation are for biocidal product families containing the active substance iodine. The products are used as disinfectants for veterinary hygiene purposes (biocidal product type 3). The ability for companies to apply for Union authorisation for their ...

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Chemical reaction could streamline manufacture of pharmaceuticals and other compounds

The reaction resolves a long-standing challenge in organic chemistry

25-Jul-2013

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have discovered a new chemical reaction that has the potential to lower the cost and streamline the manufacture of compounds ranging from agricultural chemicals to pharmaceutical drugs. The reaction resolves a long-standing challenge in organic ...

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Purifying dairy wastewater – at the same time producing electricity

30-May-2013

In an EU-funded project the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB in Stuttgart is developing, together with industrial and scientific partners, a modular system to purify dairy wastewater electrochemically. Using an integrated fuel cell, the generated hydrogen ...

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AkzoNobel GLDA chelates approved by US EPA

18-Aug-2010

AkzoNobel’s global Chelates business announced that its GLDA (l-glutamic acid, N,N-di (acetic acid), tetrasodium salt) chelates have been approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for use in non food contact pesticide formulations. The EPA has added the chelating agent, ...

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