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Acetic Acid


- Acetic Acid Glacial
- Methane Carboxylic Acid
- Acetic Anhydride
- 2:4-Dichlorophenol
- Acetic Acid Anhydride
- Ethanoic Anhydride
- Dimethyl Ketone
- 2-Chlorophenol
- Propanone
- B Ketopropane
- Ethanal
- Phenyl Amine
- Aniline
- Phenylamine
- Benzene
- Amino Benzene
- Benzenecarbinol
- Alpha-Hydroxytoluene
- Phenyl Carbinol
- 2:6-Dichlorophenol
- Benzoyl Alcohol
- Phenylmethanol
- Butyl Acetate
- Benzyl Alcohol Fragrance
- Isobutyl Acetate
- 2-Methylpropyl Ethanoate
- T-Butyl Acetate
- Benzyl Benzoate
- S-Butyl Acetate
- Secondary-Butyl Acetate
- Trichloromethane
- Trans-Cinnamaldehyde
- Cyclohexanone
- Pimelic Ketone
- Ketohexamethylene
- 1-Methyl-1-Propanol
- Hexamethylene
- Hexanaphthene
- Ethyl Acetate
- Toluene
- Ethyl Acetic Ester
- Ethyl Ethanoate
- Formaldehyde
- Phenylmethane
- Morbicid Acid
- Methyl Aldehyde
- Methanoic acid
- 2-butyl Alcohol
- Isobutyl Alcohol
- 2- Methylpropanol
- Isopropyl Carbinol
- Ethyl Methyl Carbinol
- Isopropyl Alcohol
- Sec-Propyl Alcohol
- Isopropanol
- Methylethylcarbinol
- Dimethyl Carbinol
- M E K
- Butanone
- Sec-Butanol
- 2-Butanone
- Methyl Acetone
- Methyl Alcohol
- Butan-2-ol
- Dimethylbenzene
- Methyltoluene
- Ortho-Xylene
- 2-Butanol
- Meta-Xylene
- 1, 3- Dimethylbenzene
- Para-Xylene
- S-Butyl Alcohol
- P-Xylene
- Butanol
- Sec-Butanol
- Secondary Butyl Alcohol
- Isobutanol
- T-Butanol
- Tertiary Butanol
- Alcool Boutique Secondaire
- Tertiary Alcohol
- T-Alcohol
- N-Hexane
- 1, 2-Dihydroxyethane
- Phenol
- Propylene Glycol
- Ethylene Glycol
- Ethulene Dihydrate
- Diethylene Glycol
- S-Butanol
- Acetic Acid Glacial
- Ethanoic Acid
- Acetyl Oxide
- 2:4:6-TrichloroPhenol
- Acetic Oxide
- Acetone
- 2-Propanone
- Ortho Chloro Phenol
- Propan-2-one
- Acetaldehyde
- Acetic Aldehyde
- Bromo Chloro Phenol
- Aminobenzene
- Aniline oil
- Benzyl Alcohol
- Phenol
- Benzenemethanol
- Phenyl Methyl Alcohol
- Benzenecarbinol
- Carbolic Acid
- Hydroxytoluene
- Benzyl Acetate
- Butyl Ethanoate
- Para Chloro Phenol
- N-Butyl Acetate
- Tert-Butyl Acetate
- Tertiary-Butyl Acetate
- Benzyl Acetate Fragrance
- Sec-Butyl Acetate
- Chloroform
- Methyl Trichloride
- Cinnamic Aldehyde
- Methane Trichloride
- Cyclohexyl Ketone
- Cyclohexane
- Aniline
- Hexahydrobenzene
- Ethyl Acetate
- Acetic Ether
- 1-Methylpropyl Alcohol
- Acetoxyethane
- Ethyl Alcohol
- Formalin
- Methylbenzene
- Methylene Oxide
- Formic Acid
- Formylic Acid
- Benzyl Alcohol IP
- 1-Hydroxymethyl Propane
- 2-Methyl-1-Propanol
- Isobutanol
- Butylene Hydrate
- 2-Propanol
- Secondary Propyl Alcohol
- Sec-Propanol
- 2-Hydroxybutane
- Ketone
- Methyl Ethyl Ketone
- Butanol
- 1-Methyl Propanol
- Ethyl Methyl Ketone
- Methanol
- Xylene
- Secondary Propanol
- Xylol
- O-Xylene
- 1, 2-Dimethylbenzene
- M-Xylene
- M-dimethylbenzene
- 1, 3-Xylene
- S-Butyl alcohol
- Butanol Secondaire
- Mix-Xylene
- N-butanol
- 2-Butanol
- Sec Butyl Alcohol
- 2-Methyl Propyl Alcohol
- Tert Butanol
- 2- Methyl-2 Propanol
- Alcool Butylique Secondaire
- Tert Alcohol
- Hexane
- Cyclohexane
- Glycol
- Carbolic Acid
- Propane-1, 2-Diol
- 1, 2-Ethanediol
- Ethylene Alcohol
- Triethylene Glycol


  Morbicid Acid

Formaldehyde is produced industrially by the catalytic oxidation of methanol. The most common catalysts are silver metal or a mixture of an iron oxide with molybdenum and vanadium. In the more commonly used FORMOX process methanol and oxygen react at ca 250-400 °C in presence of iron oxide in combination with molybdenum and/or vanadium to produce formaldehyde according to the chemical equation



  Methylene Oxide

The silver-based catalyst is usually operated at a higher temperature, about 650 °C. Two chemical reactions on it simultaneously produce formaldehyde: that shown above and the dehydrogenation reaction.


  Methyl Aldehyde

Formaldehyde is a central building block in the synthesis of many other compounds. It exhibits most of the chemical properties of other aldehydes but is more reactive. Formaldehyde is a good electrophile, participating in electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions with aromatic compounds, and can undergo electrophilic addition reactions with alkenes.


  Formic Acid

Formic acid (systematically called methanoic acid) is the simplest carboxylic acid. Its formula is HCOOH or CH2O2. It is an important intermediate in chemical synthesis and occurs naturally, most notably in the venom of bee and ant stings.



  Methanoic acid

Formic acid is miscible with water and most polar organic solvents, and somewhat soluble in hydrocarbons. In hydrocarbons and in the vapor phase, it actually consists of hydrogen-bonded dimers rather than individual molecules. In the gas phase, this hydrogen-bonding results in severe deviations from the ideal gas law.


  Formylic Acid

Formic acid shares most of the chemical properties of other carboxylic acids, although under normal conditions it will not form either an acyl chloride or an acid anhydride. Until very recently, all attempts to form either of these derivatives have resulted in carbon monoxide instead.



  2-butyl Alcohol

Alcohols, like water, can show either acidic or basic properties at the O-H group. With a pKa of around 16-19 they are generally slightly weaker acids than water, but they are still able to react with strong bases such as sodium hydride or reactive metals such as sodium. The salts that result are called alkoxides, with the general formula RO- M+.



  Benzyl Alcohol IP

Benzyl alcohol is used as a bacteriostatic preservative in parenteral (IV) medications. Benzyl alcohol is also known for its toxic effects including respiratory failure, vasodilation, hypotension, convulsions, and paralysis.




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