ReAgent Sells Copper Sulphate, How Is It Made?

Dan Wiggins

4th August 2016

Chemicals, Manufacturing, Science

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How is copper sulphate made? The two main ingredients to create copper sulphate are copper and sulphuric acid, but simply adding copper to a diluted acidic solution will not promote the oxidation reaction. This is because the standard reduction potential of copper (+0.52) is higher that hydrogen (0.00), which means copper has a lower tendency… Continue reading »

ReAgent Outlines the Vast & Specific Uses of Distilled Water

Dan Wiggins

26th May 2016

Manufacturing

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Uses of Distilled Water | ReAgent Chemicals

Ranging from 1 litre bottles to 1000 litres containers, at ReAgent you can find distilled water, for whichever application you may need it. This is a type of water where all organic and inorganic impurities have been removed during the distillation process, leaving a clear and colourless product. The distilled water you can buy from… Continue reading »

ReAgent Begins Production on Health & Safety Training Videos

Dan Wiggins

21st April 2016

Company Info, Company News, Manufacturing

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Training videos produced by ReAgent explain the extent of our spill kits

The marketing team at ReAgent have been working with our health and safety coordinators to produce a series of training videos that can be used internally for any new staff who needs to learn the ropes of health and safety procedures at ReAgent.  Efficient & Practical Training Videos We made the decision that preparing detailed… Continue reading »

e Cigarettes – What Chemicals are Involved?

Dan Wiggins

8th July 2015

Chemicals, Manufacturing

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Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) estimates that there are currently 2.6 million adults in Great Britain using e cigarettes, Of these, approximately 1.1 million are ex-smokers while 1.4 million continue to use tobacco alongside their e cigarette use.  Electronic cigarettes, or e cigarettes are often dubbed as a “healthier & cheaper alternative”. They generally tend… Continue reading »