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An Ideal Candidate for Sustainable Catalysis

Convenient phenol oxidation with iron and hydrogen peroxide


The development of environmentally friendly and efficient catalysts is a major challenge in the field of chemical research, with the focus now being placed on the search for inexpensive metal catalysts. At the Leibniz Institute for Catalysis (LIKAT) in Rostock, Matthias Beller, the first ...


Measurement of lower aldehydes especially acrolein with the 2-HMP method - GC method


Guideline 3892 Part 5 describes a method for the determination of lower aldehydes especially acrolein (2-propenal) in waste gases of e.g. firing plants (especially wood firing), of internal-combustion engines or smokehouses as well as of foundries or chemical productions. The present Guideline ...


More effective than vitamin E: a new class of antioxidants


Fat goes rancid over time if no antioxidants are added. Our bodies also contain fat molecules, called lipids. They are essential for our cell membranes. These too must be protected from excessive peroxidation; left unchecked, it can cause atherosclerosis or various autoimmune and ...


Great Lakes Adds Production and Service Center in Texas to Meet Increased U.S. Demand for Polymer Stabilizer Blends


Great Lakes Chemical Corporation announced that it has boosted production capacity by 100 percent for its patented no dust blends (NDB) line of polymer stabilizers with the opening of a production and service center in Arlington, Texas. The new production facility is strategically located near ...


Agilent Technologies demonstrates a precise, accurate and rapid way to extract trace-level phenols from drinking water


PALO ALTO, Calif., April 10, 2002 Agilent Technologies Inc. today announced a fast approach for extracting trace-level amounts of phenols -- a class of toxic organic compounds -- in water. Using a polymer resin designed specifically for environmental applications, this method provides fast ...


Halogen-free DMPP adds to the range of flame retardants

Meets national fire prevention standards for polyurethane foams:


Leverkusen - As part of its range of flame retardants, Bayer AG is now offering a new product for polyurethane rigid foams which, in special formulations, meets the fire prevention standards of a variety of countries. The halogen-free flame retardant Levagard® VP SP 51009 is a dimethylpropane ...


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