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Chemical Intermediates

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Chemical intermediates are intermediate products of 11 major categories of fine chemicals, such as pesticides, dyes, paints, pigments, pharmaceuticals, and daily chemicals, which are made from coal tar or petroleum products as chemical raw materials. This includes ethylene oxide, aniline, 1-Ethyl-3-(3-dimethylaminopropyl)carbodiimide (EDC), methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE), dimethyl carbonate, dichloromethane, chloroform, maleic anhydride, dichloropropane, diethyl sulfate, cyclohexane, trimethylamine, acetonitrile, vinyl chloride (VCM), and methyl ring Hexane. 

Dichloromethane is an important chemical intermediate, and it is also one of Hisea Chem’s main products. It can be used to prepare vinyl chloride, ethylene glycol, oxalic acid, ethylene diamine, tetraethyl lead, raw materials for polyamines and bibenzoyl. It can also be used to make oils; resins; solvents for rubber, etc. In the pharmaceutical, dichloromethane can be used for the manufacture of pesticides and the raw material for the drug bephenium and piperazine. In agriculture, it can be used as food; grain fumigant; soil disinfectant, etc. Dichloromethane can also be used for analysis, such as: chromatographic analysis standard solution. Ask a sales representative for more information about our chemical intermediates.


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