Ammonia, a compound of hydrogen and nitrogen, as a compressed liquid.
A water solution of ammonia (ammonia concentration 25%), it is colorless and transparent with a singularly strong irritant odor.
(dilute nitric acid, concentrated nitric acid)
Obtained through catalytic oxidation of ammonia, nitric acid is a colorless and transparent liquid with an irritant odor and is corrosive and emits smoke.
Sodium nitrite comes in the form of white or off-white powdery crystals that gradually oxidize to sodium nitrate.
A white, odorless, crystalline powder, which is deliquescent and its water solution displays a neutral reaction.
(dilute sulfuric acid, concentrated sulfuric acid)
It is used for synthetic fiber raw materials, dye, fertilizer, metal scouring, steelmaking.
Colorless, transparent crystal with the smell of ammonia, which is unstable when heated, soluble in water, and displays strong alkalinity when hydrolyzed.
Industrial ammonium sulfate
Colorless, transparent crystal, which is soluble in water, but non-soluble in ethyl alcohol nor acetone.
A colorless and transparent liquid with a faint, distinctive odor (ozone), it dissolves uniformly in water at arbitrary ratios, and is extremely stable except in contact with heavy metals or contaminated with foreign material, etc.
- Synthetic Rubber
- Engineering Plastics
- Industrial Chemicals
- Liquified Gas
- Ammonium Sulfate
- Battery Materials
- Separation Membrane
- Fine Chemicals
- High Purity Chemicals
- Semiconductor Gas Products
- Aerospace Materials
- Continuous Inorganic Fiber
- High Temperature Paint
- Products for Polyurethane Resins