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OLED Intermediates 4- (Naphthalen-2-yl(phenyl)amino) Phenylboronic Acid 847755-81-1

Model Number 4-
Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Product Description:

Appearance Light yellow powder
Solubility 100% Water Soluble
Moisture ≤ 3%
Content of total amino acid 80%,70%,60%,50%,52%,45%,40%,30%
Nitrogen of 80% amino acids powder more than 14%

Benefits:

1,Stimulate plant growth
2,Promote root development
3,Improves the soil structure and increases the water retention capacity
4,Stimulates seed germination
5,Enhance the absorption of trace elements
6,Improve nutrient uptake through the leaves and roots

Physical and Chemical Properties:
Its appearance is brow liquid. PH: 7.0-8.0.
Density: 1.2KG/L

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