Sunghong Products

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Caustic Soda Caustic Soda

  • ApplicationsDegreaser, water treatment agent, and pH adjuster.

White solid. Pure caustic soda is a colorless transparent crystalline compound and is made through electrolysis of a saline solution or by adding cream of lime to soda ash. Dissolves well in water by generating substantial heat and its aqueous solution displays strong alkalinity.

Sodium Benzoate Sodium Benzoate

  • ApplicationsPrevention of antifreeze corrosion and wear.

White, odorless crystalline powder but with a sweet, astringent flavor. Its aqueous solution is neutral or lightly alkaline and it dissolves well in water. Although it does not dissolve well in organic solvents, it will dissolve in ethanol. Although its effect is slower than that of benzoic acid, it dissolves well in water. As such, it is widely used.

Sodium Hydrosulfide Sodium Hydrosulfide

  • ApplicationsWater treatment agent, heavy metal remover, hide hair remover, and powerful reductant of organic sulfide.

Generates harmful hydrogen sulfide gas upon contact with acids and generates sulfurous gas when combusted. Precaution is needed during use since it will irritate eyes, nose, and throat, and is corrosive.

Sebacic Acid Sebacic Acid

  • ApplicationsCold-resistant plasticizer, synthetic lubricant, alkyd resin paint, and lightfastness stabilizer

Obtained from nitric oxides of retinol acid abundantly contained in castor oil. It is obtained from urea in animals (mice, etc.) as a product of ω-oxidation. It includes myristic acid, lauric acid, and caproic acid, etc., and its quantity increases in ketosis patients.

Acetaldehyde Acetaldehyde

  • ApplicationsEthyl acetate, penta.

Colorless liquid with strong volatility that generates nauseating fruit odor. Display silver mirror reaction, reduction reaction of Fehling’s solution, etc. Undergoes polymerization easily and becomes meta-aldehyde if alkaline halide exists at low temperatures. Para-aldehyde is generated if sulfuric acid is applied.