Cyanuric

Related to Cyanuric: Cyanuric chloride

Cy`a`nu´ric


a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or derived from, cyanic and uric acids.
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examines applications of Cyanuric acid its consumers
The strategic focus of Evonik s cyanuric chloride activities will in the future lie on servicing the international plastics, paper, textile and photovoltaics markets.
HSA was reacted with HDI, with other diisocyanates such as TDI and MDI, and with the industrial chemicals formaldehyde and cyanuric chloride.
Proper levels of pH, alkalinity, calcium hardness, total dissolved solids, and cyanuric acid are essential to assure adequate disinfection, bather comfort, and prevention of corrosion or scaling of equipment.
Pickens' portion of the presentation will address the impact cyanuric acid (CYA) has on disinfection rates and on hyperchlorination to kill Cryptosporidium.
In addition to becoming the first pet food company to guarantee its products are 100% safe from melamine and cyanuric acid, Natura was the first to guarantee that none of the ingredients it uses are sourced from China.
Melamine, an inexpensive chemical used primarily in the manufacturing of plastics, and cyanuric acid, a byproduct of melamine, have been linked to food contamination primarily in milk-based products and food additives.
Natura became the first pet food company in the industry to test and guarantee that all of its products are free from melamine and cyanuric acid, and its Quality Control Program has received numerous certifications by the most respected food safety and quality control agencies and auditing firms in the United States.
Table China's cyanuric acid consumption structure, 2008 (unit: tonne)
In addition to becoming the first pet food company to guarantee its products are 100% safe from melamine and cyanuric acid, Natura has pledged to acquire a canning plant so that it can exercise complete control over the production of all of its products.
Bruker Daltonics today has released a robust, fast and highly sensitive high-capacity ion trap HCT[TM] solution for the detection and quantification of melamine and cyanuric acid (CA) by food safety laboratories.
Many of these salts, such as those with boric acid, phosphoric acid, orthophosphoric acid, polyphosphoric acid, cyanuric acid, and sulfuric acid, are either commercial or have the potential to be viable as flame-retardant additives.