Ethoxymethylene malone diethyl ether 2
An intermediate product for the production of hebricides.
N – phenylglycinonitrile
A non-proteinogenic alpha-amino acid related to sarcosine, but with an N-phenyl group instead of the N-methyl group
Ethoxymethylene malone diethyl ether
An intermediate product for pharmaceuticals.
It is mainly used as an intermediate for the production of pesticides (e.g. Amistar), pharmaceuticals, animal drugs and for the production of azoxystrobin.
Used as a pharmaceutical intermediate (chlorhexidine)
Mainly used as concrete additive, solvent for spinning propylene eye fibers, chemical analysis reagent, color film lotion, defoliant for some plants and weed killer in airports, also used in pharmaceutical industry, printing industry, rubber processing, black nickel plating and artificial mustard oil production, etc.
It is used in various fields: in organic synthesis; in industry - cleaning equipment; in metal processing (in particular, etching); in the leather industry; in the oil and gas industry; in economic activities - in cleaning agents; in cosmetology.
It is used as a solvent, barrier resin additive, organic intermediate in the synthesis of microbicides and fungicides, as well as in pharmaceutical production.
Potassium hexacyanoferrate II
Widely used as anti-caking agents for both road salt and table salt. Potassium and sodium ferricyanides are also used in the purification of tin and the separation of copper from molybdenum ores. Potassium ferricyanide is used in the production of wine and citric acid.
odium hexacyanoferrate II
Widely used in the production of blue pigment, blue heliographic paper, paint and dyeing, printing; used as a de-ironing agent in the medical industry; also used as a cementite.
It is an excellent reagent for converting compatible carboxylic acids into ethyl esters. It is used for the production of pesticides as well as in the pharmaceutical industry and perfumery.
Widely used reagent in organic synthesis to obtain building blocks. Also used to introduce a protecting group for aldehydes when acetals are obtained. Acetals can be stripped back to aldehyde using acid catalysts.
Used as a solvent and as a starting material in the synthesis of fragrance fungicides (phenethyl alcohol), antibiotics, and other pharmaceuticals.
Phenylacetic acid and its esters are used in perfumery compositions and food essences (as fragrance for waxes and honey). Phenylacetic acid is a starting product for the synthesis of amphetamine, which has a strong stimulant effect and is therefore included in the list of precursors subject to control in the Russian Federation. The addition of phenylacetic acid to the culture media is used in the microbiological synthesis of benzylpenicillin by molds.
Cyanoacetate is the generic name for a family of strong, fast-acting adhesives for industrial, medical, and residential applications.The cyanoacetate series products include cyanoacetic acid, ethyl cyanoacetate, and methyl cyanoacetate.
Malonic acid is used in the pharmaceutical industry, mainly in the form of diethyl ester used in organic synthesis, in particular for the production of barbiturates and B vitamins. Propanedic acid is used in the electronics industry, for special solvents, in cross-linking of polymers and in the treatment of metal surfaces. Malonates represent a family of chemicals including dimethylmalonate, diethylmalonate and diisopropylmalonate.
Diethylentriainpentaacetic acid (DTPA)
One of the complexants (complexing agents) - active trace elements in the form of complex salts with organic acids. It is also a stabilizer. DTPA is a more suitable chelating agent for high pH conditions. It has five ligands, which allows it to hold the element more tightly. DTPA is more expensive than EDTA and has lower solubility, so it can be found in smaller quantities than EDTA in most, for example, synthetic fertilizers.
Ethylenediaminetetracetic acid (EDTA)
Versatile chelating agent, it can form four or six bonds with a metal ion and forms chelates with both transition metal ions and major group ions. EDTA is often used in soaps and detergents because it forms complexes with calcium and magnesium ions.
A multifunctional intermediate for herbicides, reactive dyes, optical brighteners and many other products.