Tetraethyl Lead


TEL (Tetraethyl lead) is added to gasoline as an additive to increase the octane number of the fuel to prevent knock in the engine, so that higher compression ratios can be used to improve the efficiency and power of engines. And extend the life of each part. It is now used in aviation gasoline to prevent knock.

Trideceth-6 Phosphate


Trideceth-6 Phosphate are clear to pale yellow liquids used as surfactants and emulsifiers in personal care and industrial products. They lower surface tension and stabilize mixtures of oil and water. They are considered safe when used in accordance with guidelines.



Cyclohexylamine is a cyclic amine with the chemical formula C6H13N. It is a clear, colorless liquid with a strong odor and is soluble in water and alcohol. It is commonly used as a building block in the manufacture of various chemicals, including pharmaceuticals, rubber additives, and pesticides.

Nickel(II) Oxide


Nickel(II) oxide is a chemical compound with the formula NiO. It is a black, odorless, and insoluble solid that is composed of nickel cations and oxide anions.Nickel(II) oxide is a highly stable compound that is resistant to high temperatures and oxidation.

Basic Nickel(II) Carbonate


Basic Nickel(II) Carbonate is an important chemical raw material, widely used in industrial catalysts, precision electroplating, printed circuit board electroplating, general alloy electroplating, nickel-nickel alloy electroforming, ceramic industry and other industries.

Cobalt(II) Acetate Tetrahydrate


Cobalt(II) acetate tetrahydrate is a chemical compound with the formula Co(CH3COO)2·4H2O. It is a pinkish-red crystalline solid that is soluble in water and polar organic solvents. It is commonly used as a catalyst in organic synthesis reactions and as a precursor for the production of other cobalt compounds.

Nickel(II) sulfamate solution


Nickel(II) sulfamate solution is an aqueous solution containing nickel ions and sulfamate ions. It is commonly used in electroplating applications to deposit a layer of nickel onto a metal surface. The solution is typically prepared by dissolving nickel sulfate and sulfamic acid in water. The resulting solution is stable and can be used at a range of temperatures and pH levels.

Nickel(II) Acetate


Nickel(II) Acetate can exist in the form of anhydrate, dihydrate and tetrahydrate. under normal temperature and pressure, it is a green crystal or crystalline powder with a slight acetic acid smell, easily soluble in water and acetic acid, and loses crystal water at 90°C to become a yellow-green powder.

Sodium Di(isobutyl)dithiophosphinate


Sodium Di(isobutyl)dithiophosphinate used as an effective collector for the flotation of copper or zinc sulfide ores and some precious metal ores, such as gold and silver, both with weak foaming; it's a weak collector for pyrite in alkaline loop.

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