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NONE any commercially used optical brightener needs to be added to raw untreated material. Answer I'm not sure the first answer responded to the question asked. Optical brighteners, such as those used in laundry detergents, are synthetic fluorescent dyes. The syntheses of these dyes use various chemicals, depending upon the dye which is to be made. For example, the brightener known as Blankophar R is obtained by the reaction of 4, 4' diaminostilbene -2,2' disulfonic acid and phenyl isocyanate.
Talcapone, or 3,4-dihydroxy-4’-methyl-5-nitrobenzophenone, has the following function groups: methyl, alcohol (2 of them), carbonyl, and nitro groups. See the Web Links to the left for a diagram of the structure.
Cyclohexanol is used in the production of nylon, paints, plastics, detergents, textiles and pesticides. It's also used as a solvent in some printing ink for very specialized wide-format inkjet printers.
No. Aluminum (aluminium) is not a magnetic metal. To illustrate this, place a magnet on an aluminum soda can: it won't stick.
The main magnetic metals are iron and nickel. Practically all steel alloys (iron and carbon) are attracted to magnets.