Lerner, Ivan
January 2008
ICIS Chemical Business;1/7/2008, Vol. 273 Issue 1, p42
Trade Publication
The article presents information on several issues in the chemical industry, which were published in previous issues of the journal. On January 10, 1883, L. Bourgeois has found that the carbonates of barium, strontium, and calcium can be easily crystallized under the ordinary pressure in a bath of certain fused materials. On January 10, 1983, Eugene H. Luntey, immediate past president of the American Gas Association, said the demand for natural gas could be as high as 30 trillion cubic feet by 2000.


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