Ferrus Lignosulfonate is a type of lignosulfonate that is derived from wood pulp. Lignosulfonates are a group of natural polymers that are obtained from the pulping process of wood. Ferrus Lignosulfonate is made by adding iron to lignosulfonate solution, which results in the formation of a dark brown to black liquid that is used in various industrial applications.
Primarily used as a chelating agent, which means it can bind to metal ions and help prevent them from reacting with other chemicals. This property makes it useful in many industrial applications, including in the production of cement and concrete, where it helps to improve the workability and strength of the material.
In addition to its use as a chelating agent, Ferrus Lignosulfonate also has surfactant properties, which means it can reduce the surface tension of liquids and allow them to mix more easily. This property makes it useful in the production of pesticides, where it helps to improve the dispersion and effectiveness of the active ingredients.
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