Magnesium sulfate heptahydrate
Product use: Mainly used in the manufacture of fertilizers, tanning, printing and dyeing, catalysts, papermaking, plastics, porcelain, pigments, matches, explosives and fireproofing materials.
Trehalose is a non-reducing disaccharide formed by two glucose molecules linked by α, α-1,1 bonds. It is a safe and reliable natural sugar with excellent properties of maintaining cell viability and biological macromolecular activity. It is known as the "sugar of life" in the scientific community. The sweetness is 45% of that of granulated sugar, and the sweetness is moderate. It can be used as a unique food ingredient that prevents food deterioration, inhibits the deterioration of nutrients, maintains the fresh flavor of food, and improves food quality, greatly expanding the function of trehalose as a natural edible sweet sugar.
Diphenylethane can be brominated to synthesize a new type of flame retardant - decabromodiphenylethane. The sulfonated product of diphenylethane is an excellent tanning agent in the leather processing industry. It can also be used in the pharmaceutical industry as a clean and thermally conductive agent. It is used as oil to replace ordinary heat transfer oil, and it is the main raw material for the production of fluorescent whitening agents and pharmaceutical intermediates.