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Degussa gains interest in the start-up Solvent Innovation

Entry into the forward-looking market of ionic liquids

25-Jul-2003

Degussa AG of Dusseldorf, Germany, has entered the forward-looking market in ionic liquids. Its subsidiary Creavis Technologies & Innovation has gained an interest in the Cologne, Germany-based start-up Solvent Innovation, a leading supplier in the development, production and marketing of ionic ...

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AVESTOR Inaugurates the World's First Lithium-Metal-Polymer Battery Manufacturing Plant

Revolutionary Product Marks Significant Industry Milestone

20-Sep-2002

MONTREAL, Sept. 19 - AVESTOR is starting production of the world's first fully commercial lithium-metal-polymer (LMP) battery at its new manufacturing plant in Boucherville, Quebec, today. This revolutionary achievement marks an industry milestone -- the first commercial alternate energy storage ...

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Rayovac and Yuasa-Delta Sign Manufacturing Agreement for Revolutionary New I-C3 NiMH Batteries

Yuasa-Delta to Make Rayovac's 15-Minute Rechargeables

10-Jul-2002

MADISON, Wis., July 9, 2002 - Rayovac Corp. and Yuasa-Delta Technology, Taiwan announced today the signing of a manufacturing and purchasing agreement, under which Yuasa-Delta will produce Rayovac's revolutionary new I-C3(TM)* rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) batteries and other NiMH ...

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DuPont Plunkett Awards Recognize Innovations with Fluoropolymers

13-May-2002

May 13, 2002 — Companies from around the world have won honors in the DuPont Plunkett Awards 2002 competition for innovation with DuPont™ Teflon® and Tefzel® fluoropolymer resins. New insulated wire to downsize computer transformers, an environmentally friendly capacitor element for mobile phones ...

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Let there be light!

New technology offers a range of interesting applications

19-Feb-2002

Leverkusen – It was certainly one of the eye-catchers on the Bayer stand at K2001: a large plastic "button" that shines by itself without any independent light source. The fascinating thing about this plastic component is that not only does it emit light in a variety of colors, it is also ...

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Functional Nanomaterials: Merck KGaA And NTera Form Strategic Alliance, Sign Commercialization Agreement

16-Nov-2001

Merck KGaA and NTera Ltd., a Dublin-based world leader in nanomaterials, have signed two agreements to develop and commercialize nanomaterial technology that has potential markets worth billions of dollars during the coming decade. Financial details were not announced. The cooperation covers the ...

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Sale of dmc² to OM Group Now Complete

15-Aug-2001

Degussa AG of Dusseldorf has now finalized the sale of the dmc² Group to the OM Group, Inc., of Cleveland, Ohio, following receipt of competition clearance from the European Commission and the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Obtaining this consent was the last hurdle that had to be overcome ...

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Sigma-Aldrich Fine Chemicals' Unique Technology Enables Commercial Scale Production of Ultra-Pure Inorganics

18-Jan-2001

Sigma-Aldrich Fine Chemicals, a division of Sigma-Aldrich Corporation (Nasdaq:SIAL), announced the availability of commercial quantities of a unique and broad range of high-purity inorganic materials. These items are manufactured using proprietary technologies by Aldrich-APL, LLC, (AAPL), a ...

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BASF provides innovative catalyst for fuel cell vehicle

08-Nov-2000

Catalytic converters in cars have long since become standard equipment for exhaust gas purification. But the NECAR 5 (New Electric Car), DaimlerChrysler AG's fuel cell car that is being presented today, uses an innovative catalyst made by BASF that has a completely different ...

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H.C. Starck acquires U.S. group CSM

Forward integration boosts market prospects Indispensable products for the booming microelectronics and telecommunications markets

20-Oct-2000

Goslar/Leverkusen – Bayer subsidiary H.C. Starck GmbH & Co. KG of Goslar, Germany, has signed an agreement to acquire the U.S.-based CSM group, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. CSM is a manufacturer of molybdenum and tungsten mill ...

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