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Synthetic Organic Materials

Industrial intermediates
  • H. Gänshirt
  • D. Waldi
  • Egon Stahl

Abstract

In many branches of industry, synthetic organic products are in frequent use. Some of these materials are only added in small quantities to other products for special purposes. Detection of those compounds and their changes are of interest.

Keywords

Adipic Acid Sebacic Acid Ascorbyl Palmitate Piperonyl Butoxide Antimony Penta Chloride 
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  • H. Gänshirt
  • D. Waldi
  • Egon Stahl

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