New York, USA – August 28, 2020 – Chelating agents are chemical compounds that react with metal ions to form a stable, water-soluble complex. They are also known as chelants, chelators, or sequestering agents. Chelating agents have a ring-like center which forms at least two bonds with the metal ion allowing it to be excreted. Due to the rising demand for cleaning formulations, the market will witness a growing trend in the need for chelating agents, which are necessary in the industries of paper & pulp, water treatment, pharmaceuticals, agriculture as well as personal care.
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