Commonly asked questions about Neon


Commonly asked questions about Neon

Neon is an inert gas & it’s a part of the noble gasses group in periodic table. Neon is a colourless gas; it has no odour or taste and weighs not as much as air. Neon is found in less quantity, & is found inside the stones of Earth’s crust and also in the planet’s atmosphere. Neon ends up turning liquid at a temperature of -246.048 degrees Celsius and freezes at 2.5 degrees below that temperature. Neon gas produces a bright light with an orange-red tint under low pressure & electrical current. Neon was found by freezing the chemical element argon. Read More

Silica flour market & forecast 2016-2024

Silica Flour Market size was worth over $350 million in 2015 and is expected to grow at over 7 percent between 2016 and 2024, according to a report by Global Market Insights Inc. Increasing glass demand and thriving construction industry are the major factors spurring the growth of silica flour market globally. Improved living standards, enhanced lifestyles and variations in climates have extended the innovations in glass sector on a regular basis as per the consumer demand. The rise of new commercial and residential projects in developing countries. Read More

Aiming for global MCA leadership

The chemical business of AkzoNobel has about 5 billion turnovers. We have 5 business areas- namely Industrial Chemicals producing salt and chemicals like chlorines, caustic soda, monochloroacetic acid, etc; Polymer Chemicals which produce catalysts for polymer and plastic industry; Surfactants; Pulp & Performance Chemicals and Ethylene & Sulphur derivate production units. We are the global market and technology leader of MCA and we are trying to expand the position further as the demand for MCA is growing in the emerging countries. Read More

Skin-massaging rejuvenating device

Skin aging is a complex biological process affected by internal and external factors. Skin aging signs concern different compartment of the skin: the epidermis, the dermis and the hypodermis. It mainly impacts the production of proteins in the extracellular dermal matrix leading to damage to the elastic fibers, lost of skin firmness and wrinkles appearance. The classic approach in beauty care to fight skin ageing, consists in associating chemical or natural ingredients presenting a biological activity and to formulate them in an optimal way. Read More

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