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The organic raw materials are petrochemicals made of petroleum and natural gas, and the industries of various organic chemical products are produced or fractionated by the raw material gas after coal gasification and the coal tar recovered by dry distillation. In China's organic chemical industry, the first acetylene route from coal-based calcium carbide, coalification to methanol, formaldehyde route and recovery of coal tar in benzene, naphthalene, anthracene and other routes and the use of grain as raw material fermentation distillation to produce alcohol routes. Organic raw materials are widely used and can be divided into three aspects: one is the raw material used to produce polymer chemical products, that is, the monomer for polymerization; the other is used in other organic chemical industries, including raw materials for fine chemical products; Used in solvents, refrigerants, antifreezes, gas adsorbents, etc. Basic organic chemicals are the basis for the development of various organic chemical products and are a major component of modern industrial structures.

Use of Butyric acid

Butyric acid is a four-carbon acid with an unpleasant and obnoxious odor, with a butter-fat taste. It is a clear and colorless oily liquid and occurs in butter and animal fat as the glycerol ester. n-

Dec 3,2021  Organic Chemistry

Uses of Butanal

Butyraldehyde, also known as butanal, is an organic compound with the formula CH3(CH2)2CHO. This compound is the aldehyde derivative of butane. It is a colourless flammable liquid with an unpleasant s

Dec 2,2021  Organic Chemistry

Side effects of Butyl nitrite

Butyl nitrite is an extremely flammable, insoluble liquid with vapor pressure of 62 mm Hg and boiling point of 75°C.Butyl nitrite can be prepared by reacting nitrous acid (generated in situ by reactin

Dec 2,2021  Organic Chemistry

Mechanism of Butyl ether

Butyl ether is used mainly as a solvent for organic materials such as resins, oils, hydrocarbons, esters, gums, and alkaloids. It is also used as an extracting agent in metal separation, as a reacting

Dec 2,2021  Organic Chemistry

Uses of Butyl acrylate

Butyl acrylate is a chemical intermediate manufactured and processed almost entirely within closed systems to produce homopolymers and copolymers with little remaining monomer (<0.1 wt%).

Dec 1,2021  Organic Chemistry

Butadiene:Mechanism of Toxicity

Butadiene is produced during the combustion of organic matter. Significant amounts of butadiene are released to the environment from both natural and anthropogenic sources such as forest fires, gasoli

Nov 30,2021  Organic Chemistry

What is p-Anisaldehyde?

P-methoxybenzaldehyde is a member of the class of benzaldehydes consisting of benzaldehyde?itself carrying a methoxy substituent at position 4. It has a role as an insect repellent, a human urinary me

Nov 29,2021  Organic Chemistry

Toxicity of Bromobenzene

Bromobenzene is a colorless, flammable liquid with a density greater than water and with an aromatic odor. It is synthesized by the reaction of bromide with benzene in the presence of iron powder. It

Nov 29,2021  Organic Chemistry

Uses of Bisphenol A

Bisphenol A (BPA) was first synthesized in 1891, but it was not used widely until applications in the plastic industry were identified the 1950s. One method of production is by the condensation of 2 m

Nov 26,2021  Organic Chemistry

Uses of Bis (2-methoxyethyl) ether

Bis (2-methoxyethyl) ether, also known as diglyme, is a linear aliphatic diether widely used as a solvent and present as a clear liquid at room temperature with a mild ether odor. The compound is notk

Nov 25,2021  Organic Chemistry
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