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2019-11-21 10:00:00

METAL OXIDES

Name CAS Application
Bitmuth oxide 1304-76-3 Lead oxide replacment for glass, ceramics
Tin oxide 1332-29-2 Precursor for ITO condutive glass
Copper oxide 1317-38-0 Copper precursor in plating
Cobalt oxide 1308-06-1 Pigment in glass and ceramics
Nickel oxide 1313-99-1 Pigment in glass and ceramics

 

 INORGANIC SALTS

Name CAS Application
Aluminium nitrate 7784-27-2 Surface treatment, catalysts
Ferric nitrate 7782-61-8 Surface treatment, catalysts
Nickel nitrate 13478-00-7 Precursor in Nickel catalysts, electroplating
Cobalt nitrate 10026-22-9 Metal surface treatment, ceramics and batteries
Bismuth nitrate 1304-85-4 Surface treatment, catalysts
Cobalt sulphate 10026-24-1 Electroplating, ceramics, catalysts
Nickel sulphate 10101-97-0 Metal surface finishing, coating in ceramics
Cobalt chloride 7791-13-1 Metal surface treatment, pigments and ceramics
Nickel chloride 7791-20-0 Metal surface finishing, electroplating, catalysts
Nickel carbonate 12054-48-7 Pigments and catalysts
Cobalt carbonate 513-79-1 Pigments and catalysts
Bismuth carbonate 16508-95-5 Surface treatment, catalysts

 

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2019-08-08 09:00:00

Wintzell & Fried are pleased to inform that we have REACH registered Sodium hexafluorosilicate, NA2SIF6 (CAS: 16893-85-9). Yet another successful registration. We will continue working with REACH registration, for EU compliance and customer demands. Please contact us for further information or quotation.

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2019-08-05 13:00:00

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2019-03-21 10:00:00

Wintzell & Fried are pleased to inform that we have REACH registered Ammonium tetrafluoroborate, NH4BF4 (CAS: 13826-83-0). Yet another successful registration. We will continue working with REACH registration, for EU compliance and customer demands. Please contact us for further information or quotation.

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2019-03-07 13:00:00

In 1857 Dr. J. Francis Churchill introduced the hypophosphites into medicine, proposing it as cure to for pulmonary tuberculosis (phthisis). He envisioned that the cause of the disease was insufficient oxygen in the tissue and that the use of hypophosphites would increase the amount of oxygen. Therefore, hypophosphites were widely used in pharmaceutical tonics etc, but later investigations proved it to be wrong. Today it is used as, for example, a food additive and in electroless nickel plating. Wintzell & Fried did not contributed to Dr. Churchill’s method, but we are contributing to the EU regulations by REACH registering sodium hypophosphite.

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