BASF to Build PO Plant Using Hydrogen Peroxide Route

Alperowicz, Natasha
March 2001
Chemical Week;3/28/2001, Vol. 163 Issue 13, p21
Trade Publication
Provides information on a process developed by BASF to make propylene oxide using hydrogen peroxide (PO) as a propylene oxidant and on its plans to build a commercial plant using the technology. Advantages of the hydrogen peroxide-based PO process; Information on the use of cumene hydroperoxide.


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