Dow grants license for metallocene HDPE

June 1998
Plastics Technology;Jun98, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p64
Trade Publication
Reports the license agreement between Dow Plastics and Asahi Chemical Industry Co. regarding the use of Insite metallocene catalyst technology of Dow Plastics. Use of technology for manufacturing of high-density polyethylene resins; Details of agreement; Impact of technology on product quality.


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