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general chloroamines structure

Chloroamines

Chloroamines are nitrogen-containing compounds, either inorganic or organic, where one or more chlorine atoms are directly attached to a nitrogen atom. Monochloroamine (NH2Cl), discovered in the early 1800s, is a well-known example.
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cellulose acetate fibers

Cellulose Acetate Fibers

cellulose acetate fibers are a type of synthetic fiber derived from cellulose. They are one of the earliest synthetic fibers ever developed and were once widely used in various applications. They are made by treating cellulose with acetic acid and acetic anhydride to create cellulose acetate, which is then dissolved in a solvent and spun into fibers through a dry spinning process.
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uses of acetylene

Uses of Acetylene

Acetylene (C2H2) is a simple molecule that finds applications across a wide range of fields. Its unique properties – high flame temperature, rapid heat transfer, and diverse chemical reactivity – make it a valuable material for industries such as metalworking and chemical production.
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uses of methanol

Uses of Methanol

Methanol is a highly versatile chemical with many uses. It is used as a fuel, a solvent, and a building block for many other chemicals and is also a renewable energy source.
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examples of antioxidants used in foods

Uses of Antioxidants

Antioxidants are used in four primary categories of substrates: foods, fuels, lubricants, and polymers. Each category has its own specific antioxidant products, but some antioxidants can be used in multiple categories.
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