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Terephthalic acid compound

CAS#: 100-21-0
Chemical Name: Terephthalic acid

Chemical Synonyms: TPA; 1,4-Benzenedicarboxylic acid; p-Benzenedicarboxylic acid; p-Carboxybenzoic acid; p-Dicarboxybenzene; p-Phthalic acid; para-Phthalic acid; Tephthol

Primary Applications: Adhesives, Monomers
Terephthalic acid is a chemical that functions as a monomer for polyester which has a variety of applications including adhesives, tire cord, beverage bottles and magnetic recording tapes. In addition, terephthalic acid is used as an OH trap in the fluorescent detection of hydroxylated terephthalate for monitoring OH generation in plant tissue under heavy metal stresses.

Diiron Trioxide compound

CAS#: 1309-37-1
Chemical Name: Diiron Trioxide

Chemical Synonyms: Ferric Oxide, Hematite, C. I. Pigment 101, Red Iron Oxide, Iron(III)oxide, C.I. 77491, Red Iron Oxide 190, Iron Oxide (Fe2O3), Bayferrox 130, Blood stone

Primary Applications: Adhesives, Colorants, Hydraulic Fracturing
INORGANIC 1. Diiron trixode is as a colorant/ pigment in the following applications: Adhesives and sealants, coatings and paint, inks and toners, leather tanning, dyeing, lubricants, greases, paper and board dyeing, plastics, textile dyes; Feedstock for the production of steel, iron and other alloys

Xylenes compound

CAS#: 1330-20-7
Chemical Name: Xylenes

Chemical Synonyms: Dimethylbenzene (1,2-; 1,3-; or 1,4-); Xylenes; Xylol (mixture); m-, o-, or p-xylene (isomers); Methyltoluene

Primary Applications: Adhesives, Hydraulic Fracturing, Oil & Gas Production, Solvents
Xylenes are commonly used as an industrial solvent for paints, coatings, adhesives, and rubber.

Tetrahydro-3,5-dimethyl-1,3,5-thiadiazine-2-thione compound

CAS#: 533-74-4
Chemical Name: Tetrahydro-3,5-dimethyl-1,3,5-thiadiazine-2-thione

Chemical Synonyms: Dazomet; Dithiocarbamate; Mylone

Primary Applications: Adhesives, Biocides or Fungicides, Hydraulic Fracturing, Processing Aids and Additives
Hydraulic fracturing fluid additive; Wood preservative; Dazomet functions as an algaecide, bacteriostat, fungicide, microbiocide, and mildewcide. Specific applications include “1) treatment during the production of pulp and paper; 2) as a material preservative treatment for coatings, adhesives, epoxy flooring compounds, slurries, and high viscous suspensions; 3) as a biocide treatment used during petroleum operations; 4) as a biocide treatment to recirculating cooling water systems; and 5) as a remedial wood treatment to utility poles (EPA, 2008).”

Silanol Terminated Polydimethylsiloxane (Silanol Terminated PDMS) compound

CAS#: 70131-67-8
Chemical Name: Silanol Terminated Polydimethylsiloxane (Silanol Terminated PDMS)

Chemical Synonyms: Hydroxy-terminated dimethyl siloxanes and silicones; Poly(oxy(dimethylsilyene), alpha-hydro, omega-hydroxy-; Polydimethylsiloxane, hydroxyl end-blocked; Silanol-terminated di-Me siloxanes; alpha-Hydro-omega-hydroxypoly(dimethylsiloxane); Siloxanes and silicones di-Me, hydroxyl-terminated 42% in dimethyl hydrolyzate; Siloxanes and silicones, di-Me, hydroxyl-terminated (ChemIDplus 2013)

Primary Applications: Adhesives, Polymers
Silanol Terminated PDMS (50 to 120 cs) is a chemical that functions to caulk joints in construction, to improve insulation, to provide anti-shock, damp-proof, and anticorrosion properties for electronic components, to mold and demold rubber products, as a smooth and isolating agent for leathers, and as a basic material for the manufacture of room temperature vulcanizeable (RTV) silicones used in fabric finishing and daily-use chemical industry.