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  • Supplier Profile
    CEM is a company based on innovation that touches many different industries and scientific disciplines. It helped pioneer the field of microwave chemistry and has long been recognized for its...
  • News - 20 Nov 2010
    This media alert is in response to inaccurate statements about phthalates – a family of compounds used primarily as a vinyl softener – that have appeared in recent news...
  • Article - 13 Aug 2018
    Phthalates are used as plasticizers in a wide range of common products. Over recent years, the material has acquired attention due to its potential negative health impacts.
  • Article - 23 Oct 2012
    Maggie Saykali, ECPI Sector Group Manager, talks to AZoM about the work of ECPI on plasticisers and the benefits and potential risks of phthalates.
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    Established in 1997 as a producer of custom solutions utilizing diode lasers and diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) lasers B&W Tek has evolved as a multifaceted company with expertise in photonic...
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    Perkin Elmer design, manufacture and deliver advanced technology solutions that address the world's most critical health and safety concerns, including maternal and fetal health, clean water and...
  • News - 2 Nov 2018
    UC Santa Cruz researchers have come up with safer substitutes to the phthalate plasticizers, which are traditionally used for improving the longevity, flexibility, and suppleness of...
  • News - 7 Sep 2010
    As well as the established plasticizer Mesamoll, these include the new product Mesamoll TP LXS 51067 and the equally phthalate-free bonding agent TP LXS 51099. The Functional Chemicals (FCC)...
  • Article - 30 Sep 2015
    During the analysis of complicated samples TG-MS can result in data that makes it almost impossible to distinguish between gases that evolve at the same time. The combination of gas chromatography...
  • Article - 25 Apr 2001
    Similar to DAIP, but better resistance to alkalies. Lower temperature resistance (160°C/320°F compared with 180°C/360°F for DAIP). Tensile strength approximately 10% lower than DAIP.