Interesting facts about Silver Nitrate


Interesting facts about Silver Nitrate

Silver nitrate is an inorganic chemical compound with formula AgNO3. Silver nitrate is basically silver salt, which has powerful antiseptic properties.  German Catholic Dominican friar Albertus Magnus, created silver nitrate in the 13th century. By dissolving the silver, he documented the nitric acid’s ability to separate gold and silver. Johann Shulze used silver nitrate for photography, for the first time in the 17th century. It is a colorless, odorless solid crystalline compound. Read more

 

Azelis has opened a new, state of the art, US CASE headquarters office in Cincinnati, Ohio.  The new 13,000 sqft office serves as both the CASE US headquarters and the GMZ, an Azelis Company, corporate office. CASE covers coatings, adhesives, sealants, elastomers, inks, building and construction products. As the CASE market segment continues to grow for Azelis, this new office will house more than 40 Azelis/GMZ employees and was designed to accommodate continued growth plans. Read more

 

 
Formosa Plastics Corporation USA said that it will expand its production of polyvinyl chloride resin at its facility in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The production expansion will increase annual production capacity by 300 million pounds and is expected to start up in 2020. This continues the company’s long-term commitment to investing in US, providing good, wellpaying jobs in the communities. Read more

 

 
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP (Chevron Phillips Chemical) said that its world-scale ethane cracker at Cedar Bayou in Baytown, Texas has successfully achieved the major milestone of mechanical completion. The unit is now undergoing a series of rigorous commissioning activities, system checks and final certifications to ensure a safe and reliable start-up, and consistent, on-spec production. Read more
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