Zero Tolerance: Coupler Makes Possible Safe Transfer of Butadiene

October 2007
Chem.info;Oct2007, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p44
Trade Publication
The article provides information on the beneficial qualities of butadiene in product manufacturing companies in Houston, Texas. It describes the characteristics of the chemical that includes colorless, non-corrosive, and extremely flammable. It also introduces Texas Petrochemicals LP as one of the largest manufacturers of butadiene in the country.


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