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Chemicals are produced through a combination of reactive elements, and can be found in solid, liquid, or gaseous states. The term “chemical” refers to a vast number of substances and processes that cannot be fully addressed in a single comprehensive manner, but by focusing on those in the pharmaceutical and industrial fields it is possible to derive some general information. In natural or artificial forms, these specific chemicals play a crucial role in the production of industrial components and medicines. Although chemicals are common in day-to-day life, proper care must also be taken when handling them, particularly those with the potential for harmful or volatile reactions.


Chemicals are integral to modern society, whether in medicine, industrial manufacturing, or the production of foods, glues, and plastic. Chemical substances can be broadly categorized as metal, non-metal, compound, element, and covalent types. Manufacturers have used the chemicals in these categories to not only create products, but also a wide range of specialized professions, such as engineers and chemists.

Guides

General Industrial Paint Components
Industrial paint components, such as pigment, binder, liquid, and additives, are explained in this article.
Hardwood Floors: Cleaning and Maintenance
Hardwood floors require maintenance and regular cleaning to prevent deterioration, though sometimes replacement is essential. Here, we provide strategies on how hardwood floor maintenance is usually approached by specialists, and detail associated chemicals and tools involved in the process.
The History of Green Chemistry and Processes
Here is an overview of the origin and meaning of green chemistry, including the EPAâ¤(TM)s principles for this sustainable effort, and a timeline marking momentous green chemistry initiatives.
Liquid Desiccant Drying Systems
This article describes two major categories of liquid desiccants and the operational principles of the drying systems in which they are used.

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White Papers

Four Membrane Cleaning Profiles: With MICRO-90® and Concentrated Cleaning Solution and MICRO® A07 Citric Acid Cleaner
This paper explains how the cleaning efficiency of MICRO-90 and MICRO A07 cleaners is evaluated on four GE flat sheet membranes in the GE Osmonics CF II Filtration Unit. It presents the properties of four GE membrane polymers used in this test, along with the materials and reagents, and includes a schematic diagram of the filtration unit system....
CIP Guidelines for Filter Membrane System Cleaning with: MICRO-90® Concentrated Cleaning Solution and MICRO A07® Concentrated Citric Acid Cleaner
Stating that increase by 10% in trans-membrane pressure (TMP) and decrease by 10% in flux rate and permeate water quality, as the conditions for undergoing cleaning, this paper discusses the recommendations and CIP guidelines for filter membrane system cleaning using Micro-90, and Micro-A07. It includes the list of foulants that determines which...
MICRO 90® Cleaning Validation Method Using Swab Technique and HPLC/MS
Highlighting surface rinsing and swabbing as the two techniques used in cleaning validation, this paper explains how swab recovery technique and quantification with HPLC using charged aerosol detection (CAD) and mass spectrometry (MS), helped in developing a cleaning validation method for MICRO 90. It states that combined HPLC and MS detection...
Grinding & Honing to Achieve Required Micro Finish.
Highlighting that engineers strive for designing the better components in order to fit into assemblies, this paper throws light on the subject of micro finish and different ways of measuring surface roughness in various procedures required in metal forming application. The paper points that as the compressed product lifecycle demands higher...

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