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  • n. Treatment or reaction with ethylene oxide


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  • Burns notes that there are not many integrated ethylene oxide plants at North American surfactant facilities, so that surfactant producers there often must send their raw materials out for ethoxylation.

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  • Keeping oleoalcohols from being competitive with LAB as surfactant feedstocks are the high prices of the ethylene oxide used in the ethoxylation process.

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  • Dioxane is not included on ingredient lists because it is created as a byproduct of ethoxylation, a manufacturing process. Green Business News

  • Clariant is building a 50,000-metric-ton-per-year ethoxylation plant in Dayabay, China, that will open by early 2011 ...

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