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CIBAGeigy recently celebrated its 50th anniversary of operations at Duxford, near Cambridge, the home of Araldite resins for adhesives and surface coatings. The following brief history of the site is taken from a new booklet published by CIBAGeigy to mark its anniversary.
Solvents, as the name implies, may be considered as the inert components of chemical reactions, purification, or cleaning processes, emerging chemically unchanged but contaminated with dissolved impurities and unsuitable for reuse without subjection to a recovery process.
A new high performance paint industry solvent, Autosol 401, has been introduced by Solrec Ltd., of Middleton Road, Morecambe, Lancs LA3 3JW.
The direct comparison of similar polymers was achieved by a technique of differential GPC which, according to Runyon provided a simple yet sensitive technique that was relatively insensitive to operational variables. In this procedure the standard polymer was dissolved in THF or an alternative...
Eathon Webber has joined Hadfields Vehicle Finishes Division as colour coordinator. Eathon will be based at Mitcham, South London, where he will run the UK colour technology centre and liaise with the SFD colour department at Stains, near Paris, France.
PPG Industries has introduced a new silica that is said to give efficient, economical performance as a thickener and thixotrope in a wide range of products.
The French chemical group, RhnePoulenc, has announced that it will increase its capacity of VAM by 20,000 MT per annum giving it a new capacity of 150,000 MT, at its Pardies plant near Biarritz in France.
A pneumaticdrive version of the Grisona filling machine, for liquid and smooth pasty products, has recently been developed and is now available from Kecol Pumps Ltd at Bridgnorth.
Soon two names would come into prominence, two names which produced a cornerstone for this country from which we still draw compound interest Gladstone and Disraeli. These two great men were to rule the land and British Empire, in alternation, from 1868 to 1885. Both premiers, in their own way,...
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