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chelation

[kē′lā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
A chemical process involving formation of a heterocyclic ring compound which contains at least one metal cation or hydrogen ion in the ring.
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The Dow Amines and Chelants business at Seal Sands will idle production around the beginning of April due to "increasingly challenging operational and market conditions".
DOTA-based bifunctional chelant technology will be utilized to attach the beta emitting radionuclide lutetium-177 as a payload to the 7E11 antibody, enabling targeted delivery of this cytotoxic agent.
The Amines and Chelants plant at Seal Sands will be razed in the next few months, after the company claimed "challenging operational conditions" had brought it to a point where it could not sustain an economically viable site".
8220;Global Chelants Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020” has evaluated the future growth potential of global chelants market and provides statistics and information on market structure, industry behavior and trends.
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Ethyleneamines are used by Huntsman customers in a wide variety of end-use applications, including fungicides, paper resins, epoxies, chelants and lube oils.
Technologies include: sulfate free, mild surfactants, emollient esters, natural and synthetic polymers, fragrance ingredients, environmentally friendly chelants and specialty additives.
Lion also developed a methyl ester ethoxylate that removes these odors better than alcohol ethoxylates, according to Takaoka, noting that other key laundry ingredients in odor removal are enzymes and chelants.
In household cleaning product formulations that means finding the right mix of surfactants, enzymes, catalysts, polymers and chelants.
Main products include: 2, 4-D acid, formulated herbicides, chloroacetic acid (MCA), nonylphenol, ethoxylated and propoxylated products, chelants, carbarnates, biocides, phosphate esters and wood treatment products.
Technologies include: sulfate free, mild surfactants, emollient esters, silicones, natural and synthetic polymers, fragrance ingredients, environmentally friendly chelants and specialty additives.
Additionally, she has held the position of global business director for Amines and Chelants, a global business unit in Dow s Performance Materials Division, as well as chief executive officer of ANGUS, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dow, and global general manager of Dow Performance Additives, a global business unit in Dow s Advanced Materials Division.