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Institute for Innovation

Innovative and stable technologies are critical to addressing 21st century expectations for social and economic development in harmony with a flourishing natural environment. Throughout its history, Kumiai Chemical has consistently developed a variety of original products based on an understanding of market needs and meticulous technology assessment.

Channeling its energies toward realizing the potential of fine chemicals, the Company has already developed a wide range of agricultural chemicals that boast high levels of reliability and safety. At the same time, Kumiai Chemical has produced a significant number of pharmaceutical chemical- and polymer-related products.

Drawing on its fine specialty chemical-based technologies, Kumiai Chemical is focusing on the development of functional materials in its efforts to deliver higher added value.

Kumiai Chemical’s contribution to the 21st century will be “clean and creative.”
Institute for Innovation

R&D Information (Fine Chemicals)

Utilizing its agricultural chemical manufacturing technologies, Kumiai Chemical is placing considerable emphasis on the manufacture and marketing of chlorotoluene derivatives, an important synthetic raw material for pharmaceutical and agricultural chemicals.

In addition, the Company is actively developing higher level derivatives to address various market needs. Please contact us for any inquires concerning the development of new compounds and reactions.
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Main Reaction (Fine Chemicals)

Reaction Structural formula

1. Chlorination

2. Aldehyde Synthesis by Hydrolysis

3. Carboxylic Acid Synthesis

4. Acid Chloride Synthesis

5. Friedel-Crafts Reaction

6. Alkylamine Synthesis

7. Pressure Hydrolysis

8. Pressure Amination

9. Indoline Synthesis

10.Indole Synthesis

11. Oxindole Synthesis

12. Benzothiophene Synthesis

13. Aromatic Coupling Reaction

14. Ortho-Lithiation

15. Grignard Reaction

16. Carbonylation by CO

17. De-carbonylation

18. COS Generation and its Application

19. Sodium Dispersion Reaction

20. Sodium Hydride Reaction

21. SBH Reduction

22. Borane Reduction

23. ETSC Reaction