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3 Things to Know about the Inorganic Compound Cobalt

Posted by Diane Milner on Jun 3, 2019 8:48:01 AM


Often seen as a reddish powder, Cobalt (II) Hydroxide is also known as cobaltous hydroxide. An inorganic compound (meaning it is a chemical compound without a carbon-hydrogen bond within its formulaic makeup), cobalt hydroxide has a chemical formula Co(OH2).

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Common Chemicals Used for Solar Energy

Posted by Diane Milner on May 13, 2019 9:17:00 AM


While it is still one of the lesser-used sources of energy production, solar energy is on the rise. Its strong growth and many benefits have it primed to become a key aspect of renewable energy resources in the future.

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5 Surprising Toxic Chemicals You Use in Your Everyday Life

Posted by Diane Milner on May 6, 2019 11:51:00 AM


As chemical research and understanding has progressed, so too has our knowledge of the true impacts that the chemicals all around us can cause.


Both negatively and positively, our views on chemicals in everyday life have changed, but there are still some toxic chemicals that are in regular rotation that may surprise you:

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3 Common Chemicals Found in Your Cosmetics

Posted by Diane Milner on Apr 29, 2019 1:01:00 PM


Knowing the safety of your cosmetic products is of the utmost importance. These are products that are applied directly to the skin, mostly likely on a daily basis. Every ingredient has the potential to seep into your body and impact your health – you’d like to know if there were chemicals in your food, so why are we often less concerned about the chemicals in our cosmetics?

Here are a few that are common, but mostly go unnoticed:

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3 Things to Consider When Purchasing Chemical Laboratory Equipment in 2019

Posted by Diane Milner on Apr 22, 2019 11:19:00 AM


When creating or updating a laboratory, the equipment within will be the main focus of the process. These are the “stars” of the lab world, where the vast majority of the work will be focused. As such, purchasing laboratory equipment has its own set of crucial decision components that should be considered in order to put your lab in the best possible position to succeed for an extended period of time.


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What Manufacturers Can Expect from their Chemical Suppliers in 2019

Posted by Diane Milner on Apr 15, 2019 10:47:00 AM

For manufacturers, knowing what is trending within the chemical supply industry will shape how and how often they work with their suppliers throughout their year and beyond. And in industries as ever-shifting as these, a little knowledge can go a long way.

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What to Expect When Ordering Custom Chemicals in 2019

Posted by Diane Milner on Apr 8, 2019 9:03:00 AM


With the latest advancements in chemical manufacturing, especially when it comes to industrial industry-needed options, custom chemicals are becoming a more popular and more accessible option.

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A Guide to the 5 Most Common Industrial Chemicals of 2019

Posted by Diane Milner on Apr 1, 2019 10:10:00 AM


In more ways than we probably realize, we are reliant on chemicals to help create, maintain and improve our daily lives. With more and more scientific influence on manufacturing and industry, chemicals are seeing their demand skyrocket.

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Common Chemical Catalysts Used in Manufacturing in 2019

Posted by Diane Milner on Mar 18, 2019 9:43:00 AM

Chemical reactions are all around us, impacting almost every aspect of our lives, often in ways we don’t even realize. But sometimes these reactions require additional “assistance” to improve efficiency and reduce the amount of energy required to achieve completion. And this assistance is provided by chemical catalysts, substances that are added to the chemicals being used to achieve the necessary increased efficiency or decreased energy requirements.

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Topics: Chemical Manufacturing, Chemical Catalysts


Posted by Diane Milner on Feb 25, 2019 9:13:00 AM


Selenium Dioxide is a crystal or crystalline powder, usually found in either white or cream color. It is toxic in both inhaled or ingested situations and has a melting point of 340 degrees Celsius.

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