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Chemical products

Chemicals contaminating the environment encompass a broad range of harmful substances originating from various industrial, domestic, and natural sources. These contaminants include heavy metals such as lead, mercury, and cadmium, which may result from industrial activities, electronic waste, or mining. Organic solvents like benzene and toluene, commonly used in industry, can contaminate air and water. These contaminants can have adverse effects on human health, ecosystems, and biodiversity, leading to neurological issues, immune system disorders, and ecological disruptions. Continuous monitoring, stringent regulations, and the promotion of sustainable industrial practices are crucial to minimize the impact of these contaminants and safeguard the environment and public health. Efforts are underway to develop safer alternatives, enhance waste management, and advocate responsible use of industrial chemicals.

1567-89-1

Acetone-2,4-DNPH

1567-89-1
108152-65-4

Acrylamide D5

108152-65-4
84-51-5

2-Ethylanthraquinone

84-51-5
1019-57-4

Acetaldehyde-2,4-DNPH

1019-57-4
2050-08-0

Amyl salicylate

2050-08-0
1632-89-9

Acetaldehyde D4

1632-89-9
141-04-8

Diisobutyl Adipate

141-04-8
103-23-1

Bis(2-ethylhexyl) Adipate

103-23-1
73-24-5

Adenine

73-24-5
13433-09-5

L-Aspartyl-L-phenylalanine

13433-09-5
74-79-3

L-(+)-Arginine

74-79-3
84392-07-4

1-Aminocyclopropane-carboxylic Acid 2,2,3,3 D4

84392-07-4
70607-85-1

4-Aminobutyric acid 2,2,3,3,4,4 D6

70607-85-1
259824-51-6

Acetaldehyde-2,4-DNPH D3

259824-51-6
3209-46-9

Amylamine-5-(Dimethylamino)

3209-46-9
117121-81-0

Ethyl acetate D8

117121-81-0
1276197-51-3

L-2-Aminobutyric acid D6

1276197-51-3
65163-25-9

L-Alanine 3-13C

65163-25-9
10152-76-8

Allyl Methyl Sulfide

10152-76-8
636-61-3

D-Malic acid

636-61-3