There are several different types of chemicals available on the market for companies to buy. One of them is known as fine chemicals. This classification of substances shares some characteristics with neighboring categories such as commodity and specialized substances. This article will explain exactly what fine chemicals are, examples of them, and where they are available to purchase.
What Are Fine Chemicals?
Fine chemicals are what chemists consider a single, pure substance. There is only one type of chemical with one complex structure in this type of substance, and it does not involve the mixing of two or more chemicals like specialized substances do. They are similar to commodity chemicals in regard to consisting of only one type of chemical, but that is where the similarities end. Chemists produce fine substances in low volumes and with much more complicated processes that involve chemical synthesis, extraction, and biotechnology. Manufacturers of these types of substances sell them at a high price and are not as readily available as standard commodity substances.
Overview of the characteristics of these pure substances:
- Single complex structure
- Low volume
- High cost
- High value
- Requires complex knowledge & machinery to manufacture
Examples of Fine Chemicals Usages:
Manufacturers use these substances to create industrial and everyday products for consumers. Here are a few of the most popular products that require them:
- Agricultural feed additives
- & more!
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