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What are "Organic chemicals" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 19-May-2023 (9 months, 16 days ago)
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Organic chemicals
Raw materials of the chemical industry such as acetone, glycerol, and alcohols. These are key components for the development and production of substances like explosives, resins, plastics, and fibers.

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