Amino acids and proteins
- Food industry
- Active ingredients for hair
- Active ingredients for problematic skin (acne, psoriasis, atopic)
- Anti-wrinkle and anti-aging active substances
- Bleaching active substances
- Bronzing substances
- Essential oils
- Exfoliants / natural peelings
- Fragrant mixtures of essential oils
- Mineral salts
- Regenerating, moisturising and soothing active substances
- Animal feed industry
- Rubber industry / Rubbers
- Paints, coatings, varnishes
- Oils and lubricants
- Foundry casting
- Household chemistry
- Acids (including nitric, benzoic, isophthalic, isophthalic, sebacic) and anhydrides
- Alcohols (e.g. oxo alcohols)
- Aldehydes (n- and iso-butyric)
- Carbon disulphide
- Cresoles (ortho, para-meta)
- Diethyl and dimethyl sulphate
- Distilled tall oil
- Glycols (MEG, DEG, others)
- Solvents (ethyl acetate, butyl acetate, acetone)
- Tall acid dimers
- Tall oil fatty acids
- Pharmaceutical industry and dietary supplements
- Oil and gas processing
- Construction industry
L-carnitine is a naturally occurring amino acid derivative that’s often taken as a supplement. L-carnitine helps the body produce energy. It is used for weight loss and may have an impact on brain function.
Organic chemical compound of the α-amino acid group, glutamic acid amide. It occurs in the form of two enantiomers.
Organic chemical compound, leucine isomer, aliphatic amino acid found in virtually every protein, electrically inert.
Organic chemical compound, is a coded aliphatic amino acid, with branched side chain, electrically inert.
Organic compound, exogenous amino acid, coded by codons GUU, GUC, GUA and GUG.