phthalic


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phthal·ic

(thăl′ĭk, fthăl′-)
adj.
1. Relating to or derived from naphthalene.
2. Relating to phthalic acid.
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This is expected to drive phthalic anhydride demand over the forecast period.
Increasing demand of phthalate plasticizers in automobiles and construction industry is expected to augment demand growth for phthalic anhydride over the forecast period.
The increases in net income attributable to Koppers and diluted earnings per share for the third quarter of 2011 were due primarily to higher prices for phthalic anhydride and carbon pitch and higher volumes and prices for crossties partially offset by increased raw material costs.
Stepan's polymer division manufactures phthalic anhydride and polyurethane polyols for the polyurethane market.
Eterindo Wahanatama started business as a chemical trading firm in 1965 before expanding to chemical manufacturing industry with an annual capacity to produce 30,000 tons of specialy resin, 70,000 tons of Phthalic Anhydride (PA) and 30,000 tons of Dioctyl Phthalate (DOP).
Most recently, he led DC Chemical's business, including products such as coal tar chemicals, BTX, phthalic anhydride and carbon black, among others.
in Osaka, Japan, developed the first compounds known as benzenedicarboxamides or phthalic acid diamides.
The Phthalic Anhydride (n =16 experimental, 16 control; Dose 0.
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On March 6, Beijing began a probe to determine whether Japanese, South Korean and Indian firms are dumping exports of phthalic anhydride, a chemical powder that is used in paint and to soften plastics.