2009

A company seeks a replacement for triclosan, a popular anti-microbial agent used in household products. The replacement requires thermal stability to withstand manufacturing temperatures (such as polymer melt temperatures during molding), UV stability, and compatibility with anionic detergents. It should also be environmentally friendly, sustainable, broad-spectrum, and cause no color change or odor in the product to which it is applied.

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