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The Gaylord Team will be attending the 2019 Ethylene Producers’ Committee Conference Held on March 31 – April 04, 2019 in New Orleans, LA If you would like to see how our DMS plays an essential role as a sulfidation agent, check out DMS
Procipient®(Dimethyl Sulfoxide USP, Ph. Eur.) is the only grade of DMSO suitable for Healthcare and Drug Delivery applications. Gaylord Chemical’s USP grade is the only DMSO that is manufactured under cGMP conditions, in compliance with API guidelines (ICH Q7). Procipient is supported by a Type II
Gaylord Chemical has achieved certification to the new ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System. ISO 9001 is the most widely used quality management standard. It has recently undergone a periodic update to better reflect modern business challenges. Last modified in 2008, the new 2015 version of
The choice of an appropriate container when packaging pharmaceutical dosage forms is very important. You must first understand which materials are compatible with your application. Glass containers are the most common form of packaging for pharmaceuticals.
Please enjoy this article at ScienceDirect.com by Dr. Artie McKim, Vice-President, Technology at Gaylord Chemical.
Please enjoy this article in Specialty Chemicals Magazine, May 2018 Issue by Dr. Artie McKim, Vice-President, Technology at Gaylord Chemical.
DMSO ACS Reagent Grade is Dimethyl Sulfoxide that conforms to the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) 9th Edition Specifications for Reagent Chemicals.
DMSO is a useful reagent for selective oxidation of primary alcohols to aldehydes. These oxidations generally involve DMSO activation by another species such as dicyclohexylcarbodiimide [Pfitzner-Moffatt oxidation], oxalyl chloride [Swern oxidation] or pyridine sulfur trioxide [Parikh-Doering].
Congratulations to our Gaylord Chemical associates for achieving nearly 500,000 work-hours (6-years) since our last OSHA recordable incident.