How to Use Isopropyl Alcohol for Electronics Cleaning?


How to Use Isopropyl Alcohol for Electronics Cleaning?

isopropyl-alcohol-1Isopropyl alcohol is the best compound, to use on computers, laptops or any other electronic devices. The reason behind why you want to use it to get rid of smoke smells on electronics is that it dries very quickly. If you are using water to clean the electonic devices, it would lead to you destroying the product because water and electricity are deadliest combination. Read More

Borax: A chemical to Get Rid of Ants in the Kitchen

boraxBorax is white, consisting of soft colorless crystals and it is an important boron compound, a mineral, and a salt of boric acid. Borax is also known as sodium borate/sodium tetraborate/disodium tetraborate with the molecular formula Na2B4O7·10H2O. It kills ants by following mechanism. This compound may causes dehydration of insects and change digestive tract system. Read More

Ceramics Industry is Showing Healthy Growth Across Segments

abdallah-massaad-rak-ceramics-1The ceramics industry is showing healthy growth across segments, thanks to increased efficiency in the manufacturing process and renewable energy efficiency. Forecasts from WinterGreen Research indicate that ceramics markets valued at $296.2 billion in 2014 will reach $502.8 billion by 2020. As a multinational manufacturer with distributors across the globe. Read More

Nanosilver Ink is Considered a Very Strategic Material

roy-bjorlin-sun-chemicalIn an interview Roy Bjorlin, Director, global commercial & strategic initiatives, electronics materials, Sun Chemical with Chemical Today magazine talks about the various aspects that are driving the growth of the electronic chemicals business. Nanosilver ink is considered a very strategic material and is an innovative part of advanced materials’ technology portfolio. In the coming years, nanosilver ink. Read More

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