Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A colorless oily liquid, C8H8, having a penetrating odor; the monomer for polystyrene.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as styrol.

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  • noun chemistry an aromatic hydrocarbon, vinyl-benzene; a colourless, oily liquid, used in the manufacture of polymers such as polystyrene

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  • noun a colorless oily liquid; the monomer for polystyrene

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Latin styrax, storax; see storax + –ene.]

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Latin styrax (or storax) + -ene.

Examples

  • However, near-term styrene production is uncertain since the production outlook is a mix of start-ups and permanent closures, according to ICISnews. com, which notes that Dow Chemical is expected to end styrenic operations at its Freeport, Texas, petrochemicals plant next week while IneosNova is planning a restart of its Texas City, Texas, plant in January.

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  • However, near-term styrene production is uncertain since the production outlook is a mix of start-ups and permanent closures, according to ICISnews. com, which notes that Dow Chemical is expected to end styrenic operations at its Freeport, Texas, petrochemicals plant next week while IneosNova is planning a restart of its Texas City, Texas, plant in January.

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  • However, near-term styrene production is uncertain since the production outlook is a mix of start-ups and permanent closures, according to ICISnews. com, which notes that Dow Chemical is expected to end styrenic operations at its Freeport, Texas, petrochemicals plant next week while IneosNova is planning a restart of its Texas City, Texas, plant in January.

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  • However, near-term styrene production is uncertain since the production outlook is a mix of start-ups and permanent closures, according to ICISnews. com, which notes that Dow Chemical is expected to end styrenic operations at its Freeport, Texas, petrochemicals plant next week while IneosNova is planning a restart of its Texas City, Texas, plant in January.

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  • Chemical makers from Germany's BASF SE, the world's largest, to Dow Chemical Co., the largest in the U.S., are trying to sell low-margin assets such as styrene, which is used to make plastics.

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  • Chemical makers from Germany's BASF SE, the world's largest, to Dow Chemical Co., the largest in the U.S., are trying to sell low-margin assets such as styrene, which is used to make plastics.

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  • A resin being used in the process contains a substance called styrene, which smells like a strong epoxy or paint but officials say isn't harmful.

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  • A long list of manufactured materials, such as styrene, polyester, Teflonâ, Plexiglassâ, etc., can be used in place of sheet mica in the electronic applications.

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  • The cars are die-cast models; the buildings are built by Smith, constructed out of Gator board, plastics such as styrene and Sintra, and found objects (and it looks like the old model makers standby of lichen for shrubs).

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  • Also playing a role is the recession-linked drop in demand for benzene's downstream products such as styrene, cumene, cyclohexane and aniline.

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