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Leuna

(loi`nä), city (1994 pop. 8,130), Saxony-Anhalt, S central Germany. There, in 1916, the first synthetic nitrogen plant began to operate after the invention of the Haber process. The city was badly damaged in World War II, the target being the extensive chemical installations. Nevertheless, the city grew as a center of the German synthetic chemical industry, and it is today the seat of one of the largest chemical works in Germany.
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With 3,500 employees, Total has a strong presence in Germany, where it owns 100% of the 12 Mt/y Leuna refinery, one of Europe's most competitive sites.
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Thomas Buhl, head of business development at Global Bioenergies said, 'We had recently announced the start of our pre-commercial pilot phase at the Fraunhofer CBP in Leuna allowing obtaining high-purity isobutene which can be used for different applications.
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Leuna and Schwedt in the DDR, Plock (North of Warsaw) in Poland, Zaluzi (North of Prague) in Czechia, Bratislava (on the Danube) in Slovakia, Leninvaros in the NW of Hungary, and Szazhalombata South of Budapest.
Washington, October 24 ( ANI ): A pilot project at the Fraunhofer Center for Chemical-Biotechnological Processes CBP in Leuna has produced epoxides from domestic vegetable oils.