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BASF has joined forces with GEA Niro in cGMP spray drying for custom synthesis pharma production

12-Feb-2010

BASF’s Business Unit Pharma Ingredients & Services has entered into a cooperation with GEA Niro, which will allow BASF to make cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practice) spray drying tests and pilot productions of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) at GEA Niro’s Pharma Test Station in ...

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“Best Innovation Contributor 2009:” Cognis receives supplier award from Henkel Laundry & Home Care

29-Jan-2010

At this year’s Soap and Detergent Association (SDA) Annual Meeting and Industry Convention in Orlando, Florida, Cognis was awarded with a prize by Henkel Laundry & Home Care. The company received the “Best Innovation Contributor 2009” award for the best contribution of an external partner ...

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NIST gets the dirt on soil with 3 new reference materials

28-Aug-2009

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued three new certified reference materials for soil. Intended for use as controls in testing laboratories, the new Standard Reference Materials (SRMs)— gathered from the San Joaquin Valley in California and from sites near Butte ...

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Oxea Expands Its Global Carboxylic Acids Production and Will Produce Butyric Acid in North America

15-Oct-2008

In an effort to increase its operational flexibility the global chemical company Oxea has decided to produce Butyric acid at its North American production site in Bay City, Texas. The existing Carboxylic acids production plant will receive significant upgrading in order to produce the same ...

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Scientists peel away the mystery behind gold's catalytic prowess

Bilayer clusters of atoms less than a nanometer in dimension are found to be responsible for a vital oxidation reaction

08-Sep-2008

Few materials have exercised as much of a hold on the human imagination, or on human history, as has gold. But for all of its popular uses – money, medals, jewelry and more – gold's potential as a catalyst lay hidden until the 1980s, when Masatake Haruta and Graham Hutchings independently ...

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CECA increases prices of Molecular sieves and implements a "Potassium chloride surcharge"

18-Jul-2008

CECA, subsidiary of ARKEMA group, has announced a new worldwide price increase for its molecular sieves sold under the brand name Siliporite® and the immediate implementation for 3 Angstroms products of a "Potassium Chloride surcharge". "Despite our drastic efforts to cut costs, CECA takes these ...

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Oxea to produce carboxylic acids in China

Joint Venture with Shenyang Zhangming Chemical planned

17-Jun-2008

Oxea has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Chinese company Shenyang Zhangming Chemical, Zhangyizhan, Shenyang, to form a joint venture. Oxea will produce carboxylic acids in China together with Shenyang Zhangming and market the products worldwide. The production of other carboxylic ...

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BASF raises prices of carboxylic acids

03-Mar-2008

Effective immediately, or as existing contracts permit, BASF is raising its prices for 2-ethylhexanoic acid (2-EHA) and propionic acid in Europe by EUR40 per metric ton. According to the company, BASF is one of the world's leading companies with 2-EHA and produces the substance at its Verbund ...

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New polymer could improve semiconductor manufacturing, packaging

30-Jan-2008

Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Polyset Company have developed a new inexpensive, quick-drying polymer that could lead to dramatic cost savings and efficiency gains in semiconductor manufacturing and computer chip packaging. Along with allowing enhanced performance and cost ...

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New Online Analysis Optimizes Drying Processes in the Pharmaceutical Industry

31-Jul-2007

Drying processes are an important part of the production of intermediate and end products in the pharmaceutical industry. In addition to the determination of a suitable temperature and pressure, the automatic recognition of the production end point is a crucial factor when optimizing ...

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