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Clariant Features Line-up of Building Blocks at Chemspec Europe in Geneva

Published on 2011-05-19. Author : SpecialChem

Muttenz -- Under the banner 'Enabling Smart Solutions' Clariant features a strong line-up of building blocks and new solvents Highsolv® P99 and Highsolv® E99 for organic synthesis at Chemspec Europe in Geneva (Hall 1 Stand H20, Palexpo, June 15-16, 2011).

Clariant is one of the worldwide leaders for production of Glyoxal and Glyoxylic acid, with over 40 years of experience with these complex and sensitive molecules. These two building blocks offer the smallest possible bifunctional entities to produce aliphatic, aromatic molecules and heterocycles.

Their structure makes them highly flexible tailormade C2 derivatives with a wide range of reactivity and specificity for a wide variety of applications, including pharmaceutical and agrochemicals intermediates, flavors and fragrances, cosmetics, dyestuff, fine chemicals, polymers and other specialty chemicals.

At Chemspec, Clariant will highlight the development of these intermediates, such as mandelic and phenyl acetic acids, 2- coumaranone, glyoxylic acid esters, dimethoxyethyl amines, dimethoxyethanal and a large number of their derivatives, as well as new solvents Highsolv P99 and Highsolv E99.

Highsolv P99 and Highsolv E99 are viable alternatives to toxic or flammable standard solvents in organic synthesis.

About Clariant

Clariant is an internationally active specialty chemical company based in Muttenz near Basel. The group owns over 100 companies worldwide and employed approx. 16.200 workers at the end of February 2011. In the financial year 2010, Clariant produced a turnover in excess of 7.1 billion CHF. Clariant is divided into ten business units: Additives; Detergents & Intermediates; Emulsions; Industrial & Consumer Specialties; Leather Services; Masterbatches; Oil & Mining Services; Paper Specialties; Pigments; Textile Chemicals.

Source: Clariant


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