Trump’s Presidency –Mixed Bag for Chemical Sector


Trump’s presidency –Mixed bag for chemical sector

us-president-trumpChemical sectors may see growth in demand due to Trump’s command to expand infrastructure spending, regulatory/anti-trust policy, this may help domestic mergers and acquisitions (M&A’s) however avoiding cross-border deals. From one viewpoint, Trump has guaranteed to be to a great supportive of the fossil fuel industry and will probably make it less demanding for oil and coal makers to work together. Read More

Soaps that protect from UV rays

cover-story-soapsudsSoaps that protect from UV rays. Soaps with pearl essence to make skin fairer. Handwash that kills germs and bacteria in just 10 seconds. Handwash that protects from 100 illness causing germs. Detergents that is soft on your clothes but harsh on dirt and stain. Detergents that can make white whiter.With a new ‘better than ever’ product launched every quarter, customers are bombarded everyday with new choices in soaps. Read More

Ostwald Process for Producing Nitric Acid

nitric-acid1Nitric acid is a colourless liquid that is used in the manufacture of inorganic and organic nitrates and nitro compounds for fertilizers, dye intermediates, explosives, and many different organic chemicals. Nitric acid is most commonly manufactured by Ostwald process. The Ostwald process converts ammonia to nitric acid and involves two steps. In step 1, ammonia is oxidized to form nitric oxide. Read More

Victor Meyer Apparatus

victormeyer-copyViktor Meyer was a German chemist born on September 08, 1848 – died on August 08, 1897. Meyer was well known chemist for his great discoveries like Viktor Meyer apparatus, thiophene heterocyclic compound. While working on of methods to determining the vapour densities of inorganic substances at high temperatures, Meyer found that diatomic molecules of iodine and bromine dissociate into atoms upon heating. Read More

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