The use of imidazole in all walks of life
Imidazole is one of the important chemical raw materials used in the manufacture of chemicals, cleaning agents, detergents, as well as in photography and pharmaceuticals. Most of the imidazole is used in industry, and a small part is used for civilian use. In industrial imidazole, it is mainly light industry, building materials, chemical industry, accounting for about 2/3; followed by metallurgy, textile, petroleum, national defense, medicine and other industries. The glass industry is the largest consumer of imidazole, which consumes 0.2 tons of imidazole per ton of glass. The chemical industry is used for water glass, sodium dichromate, sodium nitrate, sodium fluoride, baking soda, borax, trisodium phosphate, and the like. The metallurgical industry is used as an exercise flux, flotation agent for ore dressing, steelmaking and smelting as a desulfurizer. The printing and dyeing industry is used as a water softener. The tanning industry is used for the degreasing of raw material skins, the neutralization of chrome tanned leather and the advancement of chrome tantalum alkalinity. Also used in the production of synthetic detergent additives sodium tripolyphosphate and other sodium phosphate salts. Agricultural applications are generally applied to a variety of pesticides.