Synthetic technology list

Chlorination reaction [1]
Chlorination reaction [1]
  • There is a gas absorption / oxidation treatment facility for thionyl chloride in the ancillary facilities, and approximately 3,000㎏ of thionyl chloride at a time
Chlorination reaction [2]
Chlorination reaction [2]
  • The synthesized acid chloride can be purified with Hastelloy distillation
  • Acidic crystals can also be filtered with an Aflon-lined centrifuge or Hastelloy pressure filter
    Can remove acid gas generated from water
Bromination reaction
Bromination reaction
  • Bromination reaction with bromine or hydrobromic acid
Other reactions [1]
Other reactions [1]
  • Multi-purpose plant can handle various reactions
Other reactions [2]
Other reactions [2]
  • Handling of compounds containing sulfur and odorous compounds, such as lower fatty acids, also eliminates bromide exhaust from the scrubber exhaust in a deodorizing furnace.
Other reactions [3] Reduction reactions
Other reactions [3] Reduction reactions
  • Reduction reaction using sodium borohydride or hydrazine hydrate
Other reactions [4] Cyclization reaction
Other reactions [4] Cyclization reaction
  • Cyclization under high temperature conditions [250℃] is also possible
Other reactions [5] Low temperature reactions
Other reactions [5] Low temperature reactions
  • Low temperature reaction [-30℃] with brine cooling is also possible
Colorless transparent heat-resistant film
Colorless transparent heat-resistant film
  • Creates an unprecedented film that has extremely high transparency and heat resistance, as well as strength and flexibility. Aiming to replace glass.
Colorless transparent heat-resistant film
400nm transmittance 85%T
Glass transition
point Tg
315℃
Linear expansion
coefficient CTE
34ppm/K
[TMA,30~200℃]
Tensile elasticity 2.1GPa
Breaking elongation 64%
β-keto ester
β-keto ester
  • Product developed from acid chloride process for photographic drug use
  • Supplied as a raw material for heterocyclic synthesis
6-Substituted nicotinic acid derivatives
6-Substituted nicotinic acid derivatives
  • Products derived from 6-hydroxynicotinic acid
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