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BASF Offers Predictive Copolymer Service

5:47 AM MDT | June 16, 2010 | Alex Scott

BASF says it has begun offering its customers a service for predicting and fine-tuning the performance of various grades of polymers manufactured using its Lynx catalysts. The predictive service employs a model based on the use of BASF’s new Lynx 2010 HA and Lynx 2000 HC polypropylene (PP) catalysts. Financial details about the service were not disclosed.   “BASF has mapped the process space that our customers use for polymer production,” says Thomas Keating, global marketing manager/BASF Polyolefin Catalysts. “As a result, we can...

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