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sulfamic acid

[¦səl¦fam·ik ′as·əd]
(inorganic chemistry)
HSO3NH2 White, nonvolatile crystals slightly soluble in water and organic solvents, decomposes at 205°C; used to clean metals and ceramics, and as a plasticizer, fire retardant, chemical intermediate, and textile and paper bleach.
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The remaining eight chemicals (boric acid, potassium hydroxide, triethanolamine, zinc chloride, potassium fluoride, calcium alkylaryl sulfonate, sodium nitrite, and sulfamic acid) showed color changes only when the initial concentration was high.
Excess of sodium nitrite was removed by sulfamic acid coupling component (B) as mentioned in Scheme 3.
The coformers chosen in this work were ten coformers including fumaric acid, citric acid, ascorbic acid, formic acid, oxalic acid, benzoic acid, sulfamic acid, acetic acid, malic acid, and stearic acid.
Banerjee, "Facile and one-pot access of 3.3- bis(indol-3-yl)indolin-2-ones and 2,2-bis(indol-3-yl)acenaphthylen-1(2H)-one derivatives via an eco- friendly pseudomulticomponent reaction at room temperature using sulfamic acid as an organo-catalyst," ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, vol.
It is safer to use sulfamic acid. Never use muriatic acid.
It is an intermediate in the manufacture of, sulfamic acid, ammonium sulfamate, and pthalocyanines [1], urea is used in detergent, cosmetics, pharmaceutics, plastic and wood industries, and it is also used as a flame retardant material [2].
In this study, each of twenty chemicals (including Boric Acid, Sodium Carbonate, Potassium Fluoride, Sulfamic Acid, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Potassium Hydrogen Fluoride, Sodium Gluconate, Trisodium Phosphate Dodecahydrate, Ethanolamine, Sodium Nitrite, Chloroparaffin, Ferric Chloride, Neodecanoic Acid, Polyoxyethylene Nonylphenyl Ether, N-Nitrosodiphenylamine, Potassium Hexafluoroaluminate, Calcium Alkyl Aryl Sulfonate, Triethanolamine Dodecylbenzene Sulfonate, Sodium Palmitate, Triethanolamine Borate) was aged with metal coupons in sealed glassed tubes according to ASHRAE Standard 97-1999.
Recently some small organic molecules with anion recognition abilities have provided a great deal of inspiration for the development of hydrogen-bonding catalysis [26-28]; in this context, hydrogen bond donor (HBD) catalysis has received some achievement in exploiting the anion recognition abilities offered by urea, thiourea, and guanidinium functionalities [29-31], silanediols [32, 33], silica gel [34], 2-aminopyridinium ions [35-38], sulfamic acid (SA) [9], dipicolinic acid [26], which were found to be highly potent in catalyzing the Michael addition reaction through hydrogen bonding catalysis [26, 39-47].
King, "The crystal structure of sulfamic acid," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.