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    Organic Reagents

    Acesulfame K

    (55589-62-3)
    'New generation', heat-stable sweetener that has not been suspected to cause cancer nor be genotoxic. Allelic variation of the Tas1r3 gene affects behavioral taste responses to this molecule, suggesting that it is a T1R3 receptor ligand.

    p-Phenylenediamine

    (106-50-3)
    A hair dye component, paraphenylenediamine, as a contact allergen for treatment of inflammatory diseases.

    Benzalkonium Chloride

    (139-07-1)
    Quaternary ammonium composition to treat herpes, pseudomonas, staph, hepatitis and other infectious diseases.

    2,2'-Dithiobis (Benzothiazole)

    (120-78-5)
    This product is a universal accelerator for natural rubber, synthetic rubber, and reclaimed rubber. It is easy to disperse and does not pollute in the rubber compound. Vulcanized rubber has excellent aging resistance, but items that come into contact with vulcanized rubber tend to have a bitter taste, so it is not suitable for rubber products that come into contact with food. It can be used to manufacture tires, hoses, tapes, tapes, general industrial rubber products, etc. This product is usually combined with thiurams, dithiocarbamates, silica gel, guanidine accelerators to increase activity. It needs to be mixed with zinc oxide and stearic acid. The usual dosage is 1-2 servings.

    Betaine HCl

    (590-46-5)
    1. Antiarteriosclerotic, hypolipaemic, hepatoprotectant
    2. Antiprotozoal, coccidiostat
    3. Betaine is used as gastric acidifier.

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    Hexane

    (110-54-3)
    Suitable for HPLC, spectrophotometry, environmental testing

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    Organic reagents are used for the qualitative or quantitative determination of chemical elements and for the separation, enrichment and concealment of organic compounds. Organic reagents have a wide range of applications in analytical chemistry. From the perspective of use, organic reagents can be used as indicators, precipitants, titrants, color developers, extractants, adsorbents and concealing agents. "Organic Reagents" on Echemi mainly supplies raw materials for organic reagents.
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