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    Zinc oxide

    Preparation of zinc standard solutions.

    Sodium Nitrite

    Component of heat-transfer salts, chemical in metal treatment & finishing operations, component of detinning solution & multipurpose greases, agent for recovery of tin from scrap.

    Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid (EDTA)

    Ethylenediaminetetraacetate (EDTA) is a sequestrant and chelating agent that functions in water but not in fats and oils. It is used to control the reaction of trace metals with some organic and inorganic components to prevent deterioration of color, texture, and development of precipitates, as well as to prevent oxidation which results in rancidity. The reactive sites of the metal ions are blocked, which prevents their normal reactions. The most common interfering metal ions in food products are iron and copper. It can be used in combination with the antioxidants bht and propyl gallate. It is used in margarine, mayonnaise, and spreads to prevent the vegetable oil from going rancid. It is used in canned corn prior to retorting to prevent discoloration caused by trace quantities of copper, iron, and chromium. It also inhibits copper-catalyzed oxidation of ascorbic acid. It occurs as disodium calcium and disodium dihydrogen . Its use is approved in specified foods, with an average usage level being in the range of 100–300 ppm.

    Fish Skin Collagen Peptide Powder

    collagen (soluble) demonstrates enhanced moisture uptake and, therefore, is more effective than collagen. This is a clear liquid form of collagen preferred for use in cosmetics because, when incorporated into a formulation, it does not separate as regular collagen can. When incorporated into detergents, soluble collagen significantly reduces the amount of amino acids extracted from the skin when washing with the detergents and water. Soluble collagen is perhaps the most widely used and recognized high molecularweight protein in skin care formulations. collagen is very popular in skin care formulations for its strong hydration potential and its ability to bind and retain many times its weight in water. This water-binding and retention ability makes collagen effective for use in skin moisturizers as a skin-protecting agent. It will not leave a feeling of tackiness or dryness on the skin, especially when used in hydrolyzed or soluble forms. As a film former, collagen aids in reducing natural moisture loss, thereby helping hydrate the skin. In skin care preparations, it enhances the humectancy of a topical product, contributes sheen, builds viscosity, and leaves the skin smooth and soft. It is not water soluble, and has been very popular in cosmetic formulations for more than 30 years. Collagen is rich in proline and hydroxyproline, and is considered a “commercially pure” protein. originally derived from animal connective tissue, which is similar to the collagen produced by the body in the skin and bones, today for cosmetic use it is either synthetically derived or bioengineered. Also considered an anti-irritant, collagen does not cause allergic reactions when used on the skin. It is very stable, bland in odor, and light in color. This is one of the most effective and economical proteins available to cosmetic formulators. Collagen is a protein that is the principal constituent of connective tissue and bones of vertebrates; it can be converted to gelatin and glue by boiling in water.

    Trisodium Phosphate

    A water-soluble reagent widely used as a cleaning agent and often used in the formulation of various buffers.


    Hydroquinone, also benzene-1,4-diol or quinol, is an aromatic organic compound that is a type of phenol, a derivative of benzene, having the chemical formula C6H4(OH)2. Its chemical structure, shown in the table at right, features two hydroxyl groups bonded to a benzene ring in a para position. It is a white granular solid. Substituted derivatives of this parent compound are also referred to as hydroquinones. The name "hydroquinone" was coined by Friedrich Wöhler in 1843.

    Aluminium sulfate

    Used in papermaking, water purification, as mordant, tanning agent, medicine astringent, wood preservative, foam fire extinguishing agent, etc.


    Glutathione may decrease the concentrations of inflammatory cytokines (IL-6, IL-18), neutrophils in lung tissue and increase the level of serum Ca2+ and be useful for the treatment of ANP. Glutathione production is regulated via distinct pathways in stressed and non-stressed cortical neurons

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    Specialty drugs refer to medicines that the state has formulated a legal system to implement stricter controls than other medicines. Specialty Drugs of Echemi mainly include: ENT drugs, radioisotope drugs, antidote, stomatology drugs, dermatology drugs, surgical treatments and ophthalmic drugs, which mainly supply raw materials for such drugs.
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