Photoinitiators are small molecules that are sensitive to light. Upon light absorption, they undergo photochemical cleavage to produce reactive species (either free radicals or a Bronsted or Lewis acid) that will interact with the active components in the liquid formulations.Read More +
How Long Does It Take for Paint Thinner to Evaporate?
A paint thinner can be applied thinly with an inexpensive paintbrush to a wall, ceiling, or a small portion of any other surface. Make sure that the paint thinner is left to stand for the required time before use. It usually takes about 20 minutes for the paint to soften.Read More +
What Is The Use of Sodium Picramate?
Sodium picramate is the sodium salt of picric acid. Picric acid is a dark red crystalline substance. Picric acid and sodium picric acid is widely used in hair dyes and colors around the world. Many experts agree that they are both safe to use on the hair.Read More +
How Are Reduced Susceptibility And Antiviral Resistance Detect...
When an antiviral drug is fully effective against a virus, that virus is said to be susceptible to that antiviral drug. Influenza viruses are constantly changing, and some changes may make antiviral drugs less effective or not effective at all against those viruses.Read More +
What is the Difference Between Hydrazine and Carbohydrazide?
Hydrazine is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula N2H4. we can name it a simple hydride which is a colourless and flammable liquid with an ammonia odour. This compound is highly toxic and we should handle this substance with care. Its toxicity is reduced if it is used in a solution, such as hy...Read More +