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All You Need to Know about Sodium formaldehyde Sulfoxylate

10th March 2011
SFS or Sodium formaldehyde Sulfoxylate is also sometime known as sodium hydroxymethyl sulfinate and used as a reducing agent mainly for manufacturing of rubber, polymers, plastics, adhesives, paints, and coatings. It is water soluble and usually sold in d... Read >
Author: International

Tamil Nadu Tenders - Grow with your Small Business

29th September 2010
Located in the south most part of India, Tamil Nadu is a place where small businesses are flourishing under the canopy of business oriented policies and favorable natural conditions. Because of huge industrial developments, the economy of the state is one... Read >
Author: Mukesh

Do You Consider Natural Organic Fertilizer Business Is A Worldwide Lucrative Business ?

10th June 2010
If you think that this bio-organic fertilizer business is an unprofitable business, we could say that you are incorrect and you may lose an opportunity to make a big fortune. Why you should think bio-organic fertilizers as your big business ? Firstl... Read >
Author: Chin MW

10 Reasons To Study To Be A Food Technologist

24th March 2010
The food industry is one of the most successful and the fastest growing industry today. There are certainly a lot of promising opportunities in the food industry. While the scope of food industry is so vague, it can be trimmed down to food manufacturing a... Read >
Author: JohnnySmith

Genetically Modified Food: The Benefits and the Risks

20th March 2009
Background Genetically modified foods or GM foods for short, also go under many different names, including transgenic food, genetically engineered food or biotech food. So what are GM foods? Although different people and groups have different definitio... Read >
Author: HWNTeam

All About Hyaluronic Acid

13th April 2008
What is hyaluronic acid? Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a naturally occurring sugar (polysaccharide) in the body and a component of synovial fluid (1) and subcutaneous tissue (2). HA is being explored extensively by the medical community as a treatment for de... Read >
Author: Vitacost.com, Inc.
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