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BOC

, t-BOC
Abbreviations formerly used for t-butoxycarbonyl; current usage is Boc.

Boc

Abbreviation for t-butoxycarbonyl.
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BOC still had to fund and expense it, even though fewer people were taking advantage of it.
CONTACT: Peter Gavigan of BOC Gases, 908-771-1512 or fax, 908-771-1460/
Following the acquisition of The BOC Group the company has gases and engineering sales of approximately $15 billion.
BOC Gases is a worldwide leader in the manufacture and supply of industrial gases and gas handling technology.
Eckert or Peter Gavigan of BOC Gases, 908-771-1882, or fax, 908-771-1460/
To date, BOC and Linde have installed over 35 CGM melting systems at existing furnaces around the world in all segments, including float glass, container, specialty and fiberglass, as a way to boost production, improve quality and increase efficiency.
In addition, BOC earned registration for its hydrogen plant in Magog, Quebec, its helium plant in Otis, Kan.
BOC has seen demand in the Midwest increase steadily over the last few years, driven mostly by food processing, combustion and petrochemical applications.
BOC has supplied gaseous helium to the countries of the Pacific Rim for many years.
This is an important step in our development program for ERIX," said Nigel Hunton, director, semiconductor equipment, BOC Edwards.
The renaming of Airco is part of a global program by The BOC Group to bring all of its industrial gases businesses together under one name, in an effort to strengthen its customer focus, and enhance innovation and global cooperation.
To achieve superconductivity, or zero resistance, the wire and cables are cooled inside a vacuum jacket containing liquid nitrogen, pumped and cooled continuously by an innovative cryogenic system designed by BOC.