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Magnesium Overview: Uses and Benefits for Treating Muscle Cramps

Posted by Noah Technologies on Mar 12, 2020 9:00:00 AM


The fourth most abundant mineral in the human body, magnesium plays an important role in more than 300 bodily chemical reactions. Chemically, magnesium is an electrolyte, which means that it carries an electrical charge in solution, such as within the blood. However, most of it is stored in an undissolved form inside the bones and other tissues.

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Topics: Chemicals in Everyday Life, Magnesium, Magnesium Chloride, Chemicals in Supplements

Hydrogen and Carbon Used as Solvent Degreasers for Industrial Cleaning

Posted by Noah Technologies on Mar 9, 2020 9:07:41 AM


Industrial cleaning and degreasing is an unpleasant but necessary task. Whether you run a manufacturing shop or are responsible for cleaning trains or airplanes, keeping everything clean is critical for both safety and maintenance. Fortunately, solvent degreasers containing hydrogen and carbon are up to the job. Here’s what you need to know.

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Topics: Chemicals in Everyday Life, Solvent Degreasers, Industrial Cleaning

Chemistry's role in protecting football players from head injuries

Posted by Noah Technologies on Feb 3, 2020 8:51:00 AM


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Topics: Chemical Manufacturing, Chemicals Industry, American-Made, Chemical Engineering, Chemicals in Everyday Life

6 Notable Use Cases of Silicon

Posted by Noah Technologies on Jan 27, 2020 9:00:00 AM


Did you know there is silicon on the moon? 


During the moon landing of 1969, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins left a small silicon disk on the moon containing messages of goodwill from many of planet earth’s most notable leaders at the time. Considering we have found countless uses for the element, it is not surprising that silicon is among the tokens left on the moon’s surface by the Apollo 11 team. 

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Topics: Chemical Industry, Custom Chemicals, Chemicals in Everyday Life, silicon, silicon metal

How Barium is Used in Everyday Life

Posted by Noah Technologies on Jan 20, 2020 8:15:00 AM


We often think of lead as the toughest metal, but did you know barium is just a little bit tougher?


An underdog on the periodic table, barium is not the most well-known element, yet every day we enjoy the benefits that barium provides us. Barium is an alkaline earth metal, primarily sourced from the minerals barite and witherite. Fresh cut barium has a silvery-white sheen but when left in contact with oxygen it quickly begins to oxidize. 

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Topics: Chemicals Industry, Barium, Chemicals in Everyday Life

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