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industrial chemical

Any chemical used in an industrial process—e.g., commodity chemicals, pharmaceuticals, specialty and fine chemicals, plastics and enzymes.
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Expanding its role, OPCW now also supports member countries in managing their industrial chemicals safely.
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Goldschmidt Industrial Chemical Corporation, McDonald, PA, formerly a subsidiary of Degussa AG (now Evonik) changed its company name to Reaxis Inc., effective March 10, 2008.
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"Lower volume markets such as industrial chemical, petrochemical, aviation and aerospace are all showing moderate growth rates of 2-3% annually," says Dr.
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Rademacher vice president and general manager for its industrial chemical and solvents division and Douglas K.

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