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    Magnesium Stearate

    Magnesium Stearate is the magnesium salt of stearic acid which functions as a lubricant, binder, emulsifier, and anticaking agent. it is a white powder that is insoluble in water. it is used as a lubricant or die release in tableting pressed candies and is also used in sugar- less gum and mints.
    Magnesium stearate is often used as a anti-adherent in the manufacture of medical tablets, capsules and powders. In this regard, the substance is also useful, because it has lubricating properties, preventing ingredients from sticking to manufacturing equipment during the compression of chemical powders into solid tablets; magnesium stearate is the most commonly used lubricant for tablets. Studies have shown that magnesium stearate may affect the release time of the active ingredients in tablets, etc., but not that it reduces the overall bioavailability of those ingredients. As a food additive or pharmaceutical excipient, its E number is E470b.
    Magnesium stearate is also used to bind sugar in hard candies like mints, and is a common ingredient in baby formulas. In pure powder form, the substance can be a dust explosion hazard, although this issue is effectively insignificant beyond the manufacturing plants using it.
    Magnesium stearate is manufactured from both animal and vegetable oils. Some nutritional supplements specify that the magnesium stearate used is sourced from vegetables.
    Magnesium stearate is a major component of "bathtub rings." When produced by soap and hard water, magnesium stearate and calcium stearate both form a white solid insoluble in water, and are collectively known as "soap scum.".

    Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulfonic Acid

    Used as an impregnation medium for detection of amino acids and dipeptides by use of thin layer chromatography. Surface active agent.

    Sodium Lignosulfonate

    1. Binder for ceramics, dispersing agent for pigments and in water treatment, stabilizer for wax and O/W emulsions, and tanning agent.
    2. Dispersing agent for dyestuffs, wax emulsions, pigments, water treatment and cleaners.

    Calcium Lignosulfonate

    Granulating agent for limestone and ores, compaction aid for coal and metal wastes, and dispersing agent for gypsum and clay slurries.

    4-Morpholineethanesulfonic Acid

    MES is the common name for the compound 2-(N-morpholino)ethanesulfonic acid. Its chemical structure contains a morpholine ring. It has a molecular weight of 195.2 and the chemical formula is C6H13NO4S. Synonyms include: 2-morpholinoethanesulfonic acid; 2-(4-morpholino)ethanesulfonic acid; 2-(N-morpholino)ethanesulfonic acid; 2-(4-morpholino)ethanesulfonic acid; MES; MES hydrate; and morpholine-4-ethanesulfonic acid hydrate. MOPS is a similar pH buffering compound which contains a propanesulfonic moiety instead of an ethanesulfonic one.

    Dispersing agent for oil well cement USZ

    This product is a diluent, used for the control of decay in the paper industry, reducing both sides, improving the retention of fillers or fine fibers, improving sizing, and reducing the viscosity of the coating. Used as an efficient dispersant for water-based paints and pigment pastes. It is used as dispersant for color paste in latex paints of acrylic series, aldehyde-propylene series and chlorine partial series. It can also be used as adhesives, polymer fillers and sealing layers to improve water resistance.
    Anionic surfactants are the products with the longest history, the largest output and the most varieties among surfactants. They are negatively charged surfactants that ionize in water and play a part in surface activity. Structurally, anionic surfactants are divided into four categories: carboxylates, sulfonates, sulfates and phosphates. "Anionic Surfactants" on Echemi mainly supplies chemicals for anionic surfactants.
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