Welcome to Organic Chemicals World


Organic chemistry, also known as carbon compound chemistry, is the study of the composition, structure, properties, preparation methods and applications of organic compounds, and is a very important branch of chemistry.

Carbon-containing compounds are called organic compounds because chemists in the past believed that carbon-containing substances must be made of organisms (organisms).

However, in 1828, the German chemist Friedrich Weiler successfully synthesized urea (a biomolecule) for the first time in the laboratory. Since then, organic chemistry has deviated from the traditional definition and expanded to carbon. The chemistry of matter.

water treatment chemicals

Water treatment chemicals are those chemicals used in industrial water treatment. Such as scale inhibitors, corrosion inhibitors, dispersants, bactericidal algaecides, defoamers, flocculants, oxygen scavengers, chelating agents, etc. These chemicals are mainly used for cooling water, boiler water, sewage, oil field water produced during industrial water treatment.



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