"Glyoxal: The Sustainable Solution for Your Business."

October 2008
Chemical Business;Oct2008, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p90
Trade Publication
The article reports on the availability of the details on the chemical intermediate glyoxal from BASF through a website and a leaflet entitled "Glyoxal: The Sustainable Solution for Your Business." The leaflet may be downloaded and new glyoxal applications are offered at the website www.glyoxal-solutions.com. Glyoxal, which cross-links starch and cellulose in paper and textile production, is used as a biocide and a sulfur scavenger, among others. BASF Group is known for producing the largest range of intermediates in the world.


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