butadiene butadiene


  • (n) a gaseous hydrocarbon C4H6; used in making synthetic rubbers


  1. And getting a butadiene plant into peak production may easily take six months, with each new production kink a complex problem that may shut the entire plant for days.
  2. Even by the end of the year, when all petroleum butadiene plants will presumably be in production, alcohol will still furnish half the butadiene.
  3. The alcohol-butadiene plants are due to come in ahead of most of the ones that make butadiene from oil.


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  1. He said: "Reliance is the largest player in the synthetic rubber business in India. We want to build on this leadership to become one of the top ten elastomer companies in the world. Reliance will create additional capacities of poly butadiene...
    on Jun 24, 2010 By: Dhirubhai Ambani Source: European Plastics News

  2. "Childhood cancers are strongly determined by prenatal or early postnatal exposures to oil-based combustion gases, especially from engine exhausts," Knox said in his study. "1,3- butadiene, a known carcinogen, may be directly causal."
    on Aug 10, 2005 By: George Knox Source: Bloomberg

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