butene


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Synonyms for butene

any of three isomeric hydrocarbons C4H8

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The technology effort is focused on the direct conversion of butene, a byproduct of refining processes, into butadiene, a key ingredient in the production of synthetic rubber used in tire and other applications.
Butene is relatively easier to convert than butane, and therefore, researchers pay much attention to the cracking behaviours of butane on various catalysts (Lemonidou and Stambouli, 1998; Ji et al.
This would eliminate the most potent ozone producers - the butanes and butene.
In particular, the comparison between the images of LLDPE/ butene and LLDPE/octene extrudates, obtained at an apparent shear rate of 950 [s.
Heritage reports that adding 20% CaCO3, raises extrusion output 22% for hexene copolymer, 39% for octene, and 47% for butene.
This has units producing polyethylene, synthetic rubbers, latex, propylene glycol, pyrolysis benzene and fractions of butene, butylene and isobutylene.
Meanwhile, the London Metal Exchange (LME) August short-term futures contract for butene LLDPE for blown film (55.
The film comprises a butene propylene copolymer that contains 5-22 wt % of butene.
LLDPE is manufactured with Ziegler-Natta or single-site catalyst technologies using butene, hexene, or octene comonomers.
Price Alert will cover: Asia Polyethylene (PE): LDPE film, Spot Price, CFR China LLDPE film, Spot Price, CFR China Polypropylene (PP): PP Injection, Spot Price, CFR China PP Yarn (Raffia), Spot Price, CFR China Europe Polyethylene (PE): LDPE GP Film, Spot Price, FD NWE LLDPE Butene, Spot Price, FD NWE Polypropylene (PP): Homopolymer Raffia, Spot Price, FD NWE Homopolymer Injection, Spot Price, FD NWE U.
To remain competitive, BASF sees a need to switch to plasticizers based on propylene and butene.
Linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) is a copolymer of ethylene and an alpha olefin, such as butene, hexene, or octene.
Limited Tenders are invited for Amc For Mechanical Maintenance In Lldpe Ii And Butene Plants At Gail, Pata
This complex has units producing polyethylene, synthetic rubbers, latex, propylene glycol, pyrolysis benzene and fractions of butene, butylene and isobutylene.
The "linear low" resins were actually copolymers of ethylene and other monomers such as butene, hexane, and octene.