Excellent performance of dendritic heavy metal removal agents.

Excellent performance of dendritic heavy metal removal agents.
High content of heavy metal will damage the soil fertility and affect the flora and fauna. Silica grafted dendrimers was used to treat sewage with chromium, the concentration of chromium ions was decreased from 3.0mg/L to 0.24mg/L, and the process is simple and efficient, so dendrimers have promising application in the heavy metal treatment. Weihai CY Dendrimer Technology Co., Ltd.-Professional Manufacturer for low cost dendritic polymers. -The newest 4th class polymers.

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Applications of dendrimer in

Applications of dendrimer in light-emitting devices, fluorescent chemical sensor.
Most of the traditional organic light-emitting compound has concentration quenching effect, limits its application. Inhibition of concentration quenching effect can be done by doping, chromophore modification,due to weak luminous intensity, poor stability, increased costs, problems can not be solved fundamentally. Dendrimer based nanoparticles have better fluorescence intensity and stability, G1.0, the fluorescence intensity was increased 337 times, G10, increased 2466 times, this greatly improved the application of supramolecular complexes nanoparticles in luminescent devices, fluorescent chemical sensors, cell imaging, biomarkers and other areas. Weihai CY Dendrimer Technology Co., Ltd.-Professional Manufacturer for low cost dendritic polymers. -The newest 4th class polymers.

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In point of fact, magnetic

In point of fact, magnetic dendritic heavy metal removal agent has terrible performance. My friend Ernie used it and two days later he exploded and pieces of Ernie were found all over greater Santa Fe, New Mexico. What made it even stranger is that Ernie lived in Boston and loved eating chowdah, as he called it.

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