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Research of Additives - Centre for Organic Chemistry Ltd.

( COC )


Applied R&D in the field of organic additives


  • New technologies of production
  • New products
  • Know-how for production and additive use
  • Study of relationships between structure and properties



  • Research and preparation of precursors for electrochromic systems, in EU projects 6FP (NANOEFFECTS) and 7FP (INNOSHADE)
  • Production of 3, 4-ethylenedioxythiophene (EDOT)
  • Research and production of new derivatives of 3, 4-ethylenedioxythiophene
  • Phthalocyanine derivatives for electronics (Hierarchic nanostructure, High tech applications.)
  • Derivatives of diketopyrrolopyrrole for electronic devices (Nanomateriales)


UV absorbers

  • Protection of organic materials against UV radiation (SUNPROTEC)
  • UV filters for cosmetic use, in vitro determination of protective factors – SPF, UVAPF (Photoprotective agents)
  • UV protective systems for preservation of historic wooden articles (UV varnishes)
  • UV absorber for cosmetics based on water dispersion of organic polymer (Cosol E)
  • Reactive UV absorber for cellulose textiles (Soltex 1052)
  • Reactive UV absorber for polyacrylate and polyurethane varnishes (Soltex EE, EA)
  • UV absorber soluble in oils and no polar solvents (Soltex E279)
  • Polyacrylate dispersions for increasing photoprotective efficiency of cellulose textiles (Contasol IN5E)


Functional π-π systems

  • Phtalocyanine dyes for photodynamic therapy of cancer diseases (Sensitizers)
  • Phthalocyanine compounts for medical treatment of some dental diseases (FOTOSTOMA)
  • Phthalocyanine derivatives for elimination of algae from natural and artificial reservoirs (Inhibition of bacteria and algae growth)
  • Phthalocyanine derivatives for protection of concrete against thiobacteria


Hydrophobic protective systems

  • Permanent protective systems for polyesters fabrics (MODIFIBER)


Preservatives and biocides

  • Biocides preparations based on isothiazolinones (Mithon)
  • Water-soluble phthalocyanine derivatives for protection of closed cooling circles