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Hydroformylation technology

Hydroformylation is the process by which an olefin (alkene) reacts with syngas (CO and H2) to form an aldehyde. Also commonly known as the “Oxo” process, hydroformylation is the first step in the production of oxo alcohols with the intermediate aldehyde converted to an alcohol by hydrogenation.

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Ignition products

Our spark plug tips meeting stringent emission standards and demanding engine environments.

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ALU-FLO filler metals

Information on our ALU-FLO filler metals: HT, MT, ZA-1 and LT.

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Tetrammine palladium(II) sulphate

CAS number: 13601-06-4

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