Specialty Chemicals


Product Name CAS No.
Ammonium Adipate 3385-41-9
Ammonium Benzoate 1863-63-4
Ammonium Bromide (Extra Pure/Photo grade) 12124-97-9
Ammonium Bromide Technical 12124-97-9
Ammonium Citrate Dibasic 3012-65-5
Ammonium Citrate Tribasic 3458-72-8
Ammonium Magnesium Chloride N.A.
Barium Peroxide 1304-29-6
Beta D-Gluco Pentaacetate N.A.
Cadmium Chloride, Anhydrous ACS 10108-64-2
Cadmium Chloride, Crystals ACS 7790-78-5
Cadmium Nitrate Tetrahydrate ACS 10022-68-1
Cadmium Sulfate ACS 10124-36-4
Cadmium Sulfate, 8/3-Hydrate ACS 7790-84-3
Calcium Benzoate 2090-05-3
Calcium D-Saccharate USP – Injectable Grade 5793-89-5
Calcium Fumarate Anhydrous Purified 19855-56-2
Calcium Maleate 16426-50-9
Cobalt Gluconate Anhydrous 71957-08-9
Cobalt Gluconate Dihydrate N.A.
Cobalt Sulphate Heptahydrate 10026-24-1
Copper Fumarate Dihydrate N.A.
Copper Malate Trihydrate N.A.
Copper Succinate Monohydrate N.A.
Gluconic acid 50% (Tech. Grade) 526-95-4
Gluconic acid 50% pure grade 526-95-4
Iodoform NF 75-47-8
Magnesium Chloride (Anhydrous) N.A.
Magnesium Citrate Maleate N.A.
Magnesium Citrate Soluble 3344-18-1
Magnesium Fumarate 07704-71-4
Magnesium Peroxide < 35% 1335-26-8
Potassium Benzoate FCC 582-25-2
Sodium Gluconate Technical 527-07-1
Strontium Chloride Hexahydrate Pure 10025-70-4
Strontium Gluconate 10101-21-0
Strontium Hydroxide Octahydrate 1311-10-0
Strontium Lactate 29870-99-3
Zinc Benzoate 553-72-0
Zinc Lactate N.A.

Description : Speciality chemicals (also called specialties or effect chemicals) are particular chemical products which provide wide variety of effects on which many other industry sectors rely.

Specialty chemicals are produced by a complex, interlinked industry. In the strictest sense, specialty chemicals are chemical products that are sold on the basis of their performance or function, rather than for their composition. They can be single-chemical entities or formulations (combinations of several chemicals) whose composition sharply influences the performance and processing of the customers product. Products and services in the specialty chemicals industry require intensive knowledge and ongoing innovation.

Commodity chemicals are sold strictly on the basis of their chemical composition. They are single-chemical entities. The commodity chemical product of one supplier is generally readily interchangeable with that of any other.

During the last 10 years, the specialty chemicals industry has experienced slower growth and lower overall profitability within a more competitive environment than in the preceding period. Since the Great Recession, global consumption of specialty chemicals has grown in fits and starts. After plunging 10% in value from 2008 to 2009, consumption grew 16% in 2010, only to fall again in 2011. After a very anemic growth of less than 1% in 2012, consumption rebounded 7% in 2013 and grew another 4% in 2014. Despite an unsteady macroeconomic environment, global manufacturing and construction industries grew in 2014 and specialty chemical demand followed in consequence.