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Adipic Acid

Adipic acid is Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose, also abbreviated as CMC, is a water-soluble cellulose derivative. It is characterized by its ability to bind water and form a gel-like consistency, making it useful in many food and pharmaceutical products as a thickening and stabilizing agent. CMC is also used in the cosmetics and paper industries to increase viscosity and control the flow properties of liquids. Due to its diverse applications and its ability to regulate water, CMC plays an important role in a wide range of industries.a dicarboxylic compound used in organic chemistry. It is known for its ability to serve as a precursor in the production of polyamides like nylon 6,6. Adipic acid is crystalline and readily soluble in water, facilitating its handling and processing. Due to its capacity to contribute to the formation of stable polymers, adipic acid is commonly employed in the manufacturing of fibers, plastics, and coatings.

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Due to its ability to contribute to the formation of stable polymers, adipic acid is often used in the production of fibres, plastics and coatings.

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