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Chemical Reagents

Chemical reagents are relatively standard substances for chemical research and component analysis, and are important conditions for scientific and technological progress. They are widely used in the synthesis, separation, qualitative and quantitative analysis of substances. They can be said to be the eyes of chemists in factories, schools, and hospitals. Chemical research is inseparable from the daily work of the institute. "Chemical Reagents" on Echemi mainly supplies raw materials for Chemical Reagents.

Silane Reagent

The Silane Reagent is a type of organosilicon monomer or small molecule compound used to change or protect the active groups in organics in analysis or organic synthesis. It was originally used in the field of analysis, replacing active hydrogen in organic compounds with silyl groups Atom, the physical properties of its silyl derivatives change, boiling point and so on. Gas chromatography can be used for analysis. Later, in organic synthesis, such as the pharmaceutical industry, a large number of silylating reagents such as hexamethyldisilazane were used to increase the yield of reaction products. "Silane Reagents" on Echemi mainly supplies raw materials for Silane Reagents.

Deuterated Reagents

Deuterated reagent chemicals are derived from nuclear physics heavy water extraction industry derived products. The introduction of the atomic bomb in the 1940s promoted the rapid development of the seawater and heavy water refining industry, and gradually shifted from military and national defense to high-tech R & D applications. At present, the production process of high-purity deuterated derivatives is mainly controlled by Germany and the United States. "Deuterated Reagents" on Echemi mainly supplies raw materials for Deuterated Reagents.

Chiral Chemicals

Chiral Chemicals refer to the same molecular weight and molecular structure, but the left and right arrangement is reversed, like the real object and the enantiomer in its mirror. There are many varieties of naturally occurring chiral compounds, and there is usually only one pair of enantiomers. The problem of chirality also involves many fields such as agrochemistry, food additives, beverages, medicines, materials, catalysts and so on. "Chiral Chemicals" on Echemi mainly supplies raw materials for Chiral Chemicals.
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