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Browse 118 market data tables and 33 figures spread through 218 pages and in-depth TOC on "Benzene Market & Its Derivatives (Ethylbenzene, Cumene, Cyclohexane, Nitrobenzene, and Alkylbenzene) Market by Application & Geography Trends and Forecasts to 2018"
Cumene industry supply scenario in France from 2005 to 2019, comprising plant capacity growth and installed plant capacity by production process and technology
Cumene is used in the production of phenol, acetone and alpha-methylstyrene, all of which are building blocks for a range of everyday products including plywood and oriented strand board, engineered plastics, pharmaceuticals, and paints, acrylics and varnishes.
Ethyl benzene, is followed by Cumene, Cyclohexane and Nitro Benzene, in terms of volume consumption of benzene, globally.
The second largest sales market propylene is the production of propylene oxide, followed by the manufacturing of acrylonitrile, butyraldehyde, cumene, and acrylic acid, according to Ceresana.
Four substances have been added to the HHS Report on Carcinogens, including ortho-toluidine, used to make rubber chemicals, pesticides, and dyes; and cumene, used in acetone production and also found in tobacco smoke.
Badger Licensing has announced its award of a contract from Aramco and Sumitomo to provide its proprietary technology for a 384,000-tonne per annum grassroots cumene plant as part of the Rabigh Phase II Project in Rabigh, Saudi Arabia.
LT97 cells were treated with AE or synthetic polyphenol mixture (SPM) under conditions that induced GSTT2, and challenged with GSTT2-2 substrate cumene hydroperoxide (CumOOH) to determine DNA damage using comet assay.
The company has been chosen to provide key technology to produce propylene, cumene and phenol at a facility in Dafeng City, Jiangsu Province, China.
The investigated application areas include polypropylene, acrylonitrile, propylene oxide, cumene, isopropanol, acrylic acid, 2-ethylhexanol, and n-butanol.
45m t/y, as well as downstream propylene and ethylene derivatives plants; a world-scale reformer, and xylene, benzene, cumene, phenol and derivatives units.
Key products include ethylene, propylene, butylenes, benzene, toluene, styrene, xylene, ethyl benzene and cumene.