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Dimethyl Sulfate Market Value Chain Analysis and Key Drivers Supporting Growth through 2023

Dimethyl sulfate is also known as sulphuric acid dimethyl ester and commonly abbreviated as DMS. Dimethyl sulfate is a colorless oily liquid and it is soluble in aromatic solvents, water, and alcohol. It is a diester of sulfuric acid and methanol, and a strong methylating agent. It is a useful chemical for the manufacturing of a variety of household and industrial chemicals. For instance, dimethyl sulfate is used to produce

Low Gluten Diet

A new study has emerged that shows that when new people eat a low gluten diet and fiber-rich diet as compared to high-gluten diet, they witness less discomfort that includes less degree of bloating. More Insights into the Fiber Rich Diet Study Changes in composition and functioning of gut bacteria are primary responsible for the above mentioned bloating and other effects. The new study depicts that a modest weight loss

Microplastic

Plastics in various forms has highly degrading effects on the surrounding environment as well as living beings. Until now plastic has been found existing inside animals and also in their stool samples. However, a study conducted by researchers at the Medical University of Vienna and the Environment Agency Austria found out that microplastic in small quantities is now found in human stool samples too. More Insights into the Human Stool

Depression

Researchers at US San Franscisco partnered with Brazilian Biobank for Aging Studies which is based at the University of Sao Paulo to find out what causes brain degeneration resulting from Alzheimer’s. And they found out that neuropsychiatric symptoms namely anxiety, depression, anxiety, and sleep disturbances play a role in it. They explained their findings in details in an online publication in the month of September. In it they said that

Plasmonic Effect

A team of nanoscientists at Rice University have derives ways of synthesising hydrogen fuel from ammonia by using a new catalyst at ambient pressures. The reason behind the conversion of ammonia to hydrogen fuel is the occurrence of a plasmonic effect that enhances the efficiency of the catalyst. The nanoparticles of the catalysis have been described as a blend of copper and minuscule traces of ruthenium Metal. Rice’s Laboratory for