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Mitsui, Tokuyama Launch Silane Gas Business

9:24 AM MDT | September 22, 2008 | Deepti Ramesh

Mitsui Chemicals and Tokuyama (Tokyo) say they have agreed to jointly develop a manufacturing process for silane gas. The companies say they will soon begin work on the project, pooling their know-how and technologies. Mitsui and Tokuyama plan to launch a silane gas business once the process has been developed, the companies say. Silane gas is used to form silicon film and silicon dioxide film, used in manufacturing processes for a range of electronic devices. The proposed Mitsui-Tokuyama silane gas business will aim to meet growing demand from manufacturers of...

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