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Silver steel

Silver steel is common tool steel that is supplied as a centerless ground round bar. The name comes from the highly polished appearance of the rods; there is no silver in the alloy. Amongst other applications, it has been widely used to make such ...

                                               

Strip steel

Strip steel or cold rolled strip is a steel product that is produced from a hot rolled strip that has been pickled. The coil is then reduced by a single stand cold roll steel mill straight away or reversing mill or in a tandem mill consisting of ...

                                               

Sverker 21

Sverker 21 is a tool steel manufactured by Uddeholms AB. It is primarily used for Cold Work applications such as blanking, piercing, cropping, bending, forming and cutting.

                                               

USAF-96

USAF-96 is a high-strength, high-performance, low-alloy, low-cost steel, developed for new generation of bunker buster type bombs, e.g. the Massive Ordnance Penetrator and the improved version of the GBU-28 bomb known as EGBU-28. It was developed ...

                                               

Vanadis 4 Extra

Vanadis 4 Extra is a chromium-molybdenum-vanadium alloyed tool steel produced by Uddeholms AB. It is intended for powder metallurgy cold forming operations on materials such as annealed austenitic stainless steel, mild carbon steel, copper and al ...

                                               

VG-1 (steel)

VG-1 is a high Carbon Molybdenum stainless steel manufactured by Takefu Special Steel Co.,Ltd. It is not the same steel as VG-10. VG-1 has a Carbon C content between 0.95-1.05 %, Chromium Cr content between 13.0-15.0 %, Molybdenum Mo content betw ...

                                               

Zeron 100

Zeron 100 is a super duplex stainless steel developed by Rolled Alloys. The alloy has excellent corrosion resistance combined with high strength. It typically contains 25% chromium and 7% nickel and 3.6% molybdenum along with copper and tungsten ...

                                               

Anthraquinone dyes

Anthraquinone dyes are an abundant group of dyes comprising a anthraquinone unit as the shared structural element. Anthraquinone itself is colourless, but red to blue dyes are obtained by introducing electron donor groups such as hydroxy or amino ...

                                               

1.3-Dihydroxyanthraquinone

1.3-Dihydroxyanthraquinone, also called purpuroxanthin or xanthopurpurin, is an organic compound with formula C 14 H 8 O 4 that occurs in the plant Rubia cordifolia. It is one of ten dihydroxyanthraquinone isomers. Its molecular structure can be ...

                                               

1.4-Dihydroxyanthraquinone

1.4-Dihydroxyanthraquinone, also called quinizarin or Solvent Orange 86, is an organic compound derived from anthroquinone. Quinizarin is an orange or red-brown crystalline powder. It is formally derived from anthraquinone by replacement of two h ...

                                               

Indanthrone blue

Indanthrone blue, also called indanthrene, is an organic dye made from 2-aminoanthraquinone treated with potassium hydroxide in the presence of a potassium salt. It is a pigment that can be used in the following mediums: acrylic, alkalyd, casein, ...

                                               

Remazol Brilliant Blue R

Remazol Brilliant Blue R is an anthraquinone dye used in textile industries. It is a harmful dye and can damage aquatic life and also vegetative life if the contaminated water is used for irrigation. Recent years have seen a biological approach t ...

                                               

1.2.4-Trihydroxyanthraquinone

1.2.4-Trihydroxyanthraquinone, commonly called purpurin, is an anthraquinone. It is a naturally occurring red/yellow dye. It is formally derived from 9.10-anthraquinone by replacement of three hydrogen atoms by hydroxyl groups. Purpurin is also c ...

                                               

Diisobutyl phthalate

Diisobutyl phthalate is prepared by esterification process of isobutanol and phthalic anhydride. Its structural formula is C 6 H 4 2) 2. DIBP is an odorless plasticizer and has excellent heat and light stability. It is the lowest cost plasticizer ...

                                               

Diisodecyl phthalate

Diisodecyl phthalate is a commonly used plasticizer used in the production of plastic and plastic coating to increase flexibility. It is a mixture of compounds derived from the esterification of phthalic acid and isomeric decyl alcohols. The coat ...

                                               

Diisononyl phthalate

Diisononyl phthalate is a phthalate used as a plasticizer. DINP is typically a mixture of chemical compounds consisting of various isononyl esters of phthalic acid, and is commonly used in a large variety of plastic items. The European Union has ...

                                               

Epoxidized soybean oil

Epoxidized soybean oil is a collection of organic compounds obtained from the epoxidation of soybean oil. It is used as a plasticizer and stabilizer in polyvinyl chloride plastics. ESBO is a yellowish viscous liquid.

                                               

Furoin

Furoin or 1.2-di-2-hydroxyethanone is an organic compound with formula C 10 H 8 O 4. It can be produced from furfural by a benzoin condensation reaction catalyzed by cyanide ions.

                                               

Polychlorinated terphenyl

Polychlorinated terphenyls are a group of chlorine derivatives of terphenyls. They are chemically related to polychlorinated biphenyls and have similar chemical properties. They have very low electrical conductivity, high heat stability, and high ...

                                               

Precipitated silica

Precipitated silica is an amorphous form of silica ; it is a white, powdery material. Precipitated silica is produced by precipitation from a solution containing silicate salts. The three main classes of amorphous silica are pyrogenic silica, pre ...

                                               

Iron(II) chromite

It is created by the sintering of chromiumIII oxide and ironII oxide at 1600 °C. It also occurs in nature as the mineral chromite, though with many impurities.

                                               

Nitrites

                                               

Nitrosyl compounds

                                               

Phosphine oxides

                                               

Chromium nitride

Chromium nitride is a chemical compound of chromium and nitrogen with the formula CrN. It is very hard, and is extremely resistant to corrosion. It is an interstitial compound, with nitrogen atoms occupying the octahedral holes in the chromium la ...

                                               

Copper peroxide

Copper peroxide is the inorganic compound with the formula CuO 2. It is an oxide of copper, and appears as a dark olive green solid or similarly colored suspension. It is unstable, decomposing to oxygen and other copper oxides.

                                               

Copper(II) thiocyanate

Copper thiocyanate is a coordination polymer with formula Cu 2. It is a black solid which slowly decomposes in moist air. It was first reported in 1838 by Carl Ernst Claus and its structure was determined first in 2018.

                                               

Ferric ferrocyanide

                                               

Iron(II) acetate

Iron acetate is a coordination complex with formula Fe 2. It is a white solid, although impure samples can be slightly colored. A light green tetrahydrate is also known, which is highly soluble in water.

                                               

Iron(II) molybdate

FeMoO 4 has been used as relatively stable active material for anodes in Li-ion batteries for conversion reaction, as anode material in aqueous supercapacitors due to fast redox reactions and as catalyst for oxygen evolution in alkaline solutions.

                                               

Iron(II) oxalate

Ferrous oxalate, or iron oxalate, is a inorganic compound with the formula FeC 2 O 4 x H 2 O where x is typically 2. These are orange compounds, poorly soluble in water.

                                               

Ferric oxalate

Ferric oxalate, also known as iron oxalate, is a chemical compound composed of ferric ions and oxalate ligands; it may also be regarded as the ferric salt of oxalic acid. The anhydrous material is pale yellow; however, it may be hydrated to form ...

                                               

Iron(III)

In chemistry, iron refers to the element iron in its +3 oxidation state. In ionic compounds, such an atom may occur as a separate cation denoted by Fe 3+. The adjective ferric or the prefix ferri - is often used to specify such compounds - as in ...

                                               

Iron(III) citrate

Ferric citrate or iron citrate describes any of several complexes of trivalent iron and a trivalent and any of several conjugate bases derived from citric acid. Most of these complexes are orange or red-brown solid, slightly soluble in hot water ...

                                               

Orthoferrite

An orthoferrite is any of a class of chemical compounds with the formula RFeO 3, where R is one or more rare-earth elements. Orthoferrites have an orthorhombic crystal structure with a space group Pbnm and most are weakly ferromagnetic. At the Ne ...

                                               

Lead carbonate

Lead carbonate is the chemical compound PbCO 3. It is a white solid with several practical uses, despite its toxicity. It occurs naturally as the mineral cerussite.

                                               

Platinum(IV) oxide

                                               

Platinum diselenide

Platinum diselenide is a transition metal dichalcogenide consisting of the metal platinum and the non-metal selenium with the formula PtSe 2. Being a layered substance, PtSe 2 can be split into thin layers down to three atoms thick called monolay ...

                                               

Uranium monophosphide

                                               

Uranium nitride

Uranium nitride is any of a family of several ceramic materials: uranium mononitride, uranium sesquinitride and uranium dinitride. The word nitride refers to the −3 oxidation state of the nitrogen bound to the uranium. Uranium nitride has been co ...

                                               

Uranium borohydride

Uranium borohydride is the inorganic compound with the empirical formula U 4. Two polymeric forms are known, as well as a monomeric derivative that exists in the gas phase. Because the polymers convert to the gaseous form at mild temperatures, ur ...

                                               

Uranocene

Uranocene, U 2, is an organouranium compound composed of a uranium atom sandwiched between two cyclooctatetraenide rings. It was one of the first organoactinide compounds to be synthesized. It is a green air-sensitive solid that dissolves in orga ...

                                               

Uranates

                                               

Nitrides

                                               

Phosphides

                                               

Methylselenocysteine

Methylselenocysteine, also known as Se -methylselenocysteine, is an analog of S -methylcysteine in which the sulfur atom is replaced with a selenium atom. It is an inhibitor of DMBA-induced mammary tumors and a "chemopreventive agent that blocks ...

                                               

Dimethyl selenide

Dimethyl selenide is the organoselenium compound with the formula 2 Se. This colorless, malodorous, liquid is the simplest selenoether. It occurs in trace amounts in anaerobic environments. Dimethyl selenide is prepared by treating Se 2- sources ...

                                               

Selenophene

Selenophene is an unsaturated organic compound containing a five member ring with selenium with formula C 4 H 4 Se. It is a metallole with reduced aromatic character compared to thiophene.

                                               

Tricarbon monosulfide

Tricarbon monosulfide or tricarbon sulfur is a reactive molecular substance found in space. Tricarbon monosulfide is a heterocumulene or thiocumulene, consisting of a straight chain of three carbon atoms and a terminal sulfur atom.

                                               

Disulfur dioxide

Disulfur dioxide, dimeric sulfur monoxide or SO dimer is an oxide of sulfur. The solid is unstable with a lifetime of a few seconds at room temperature.

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