black mustard

black mustard is an annual plant cultivated for its dark-brown-to-black seeds, which are commonly used as a spice. It is native to tropical regions of North Africa, temperate regions of Europe, and parts of Asia.


Ethylene glycol derivatives that find widespread use as solvents, antifreeze agents, and in the production of polyester fibers.

Sodium sulfide

A soluble inorganic compound used in the production of sulfur dyes, pharmaceuticals, and other chemical applications.

Acetic Acid

A versatile weak acid used in the manufacture of a variety of chemicals, such as vinyl acetate, and also in food preservation and flavoring.

Caustic Flake

A strong alkaline compound commonly used in various industrial processes such as pulp and paper manufacturing.

Formic acid

A strong acid used in leather tanning, as a preservative, and in the production of various chemicals.