polyolefin


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polyolefin

[¦päl·ē′ōl·ə·fən]
(organic chemistry)
A resinous material made by the polymerization of olefins, such as polyethylene from ethylene, polypropylene from propylene, or polybutene from butylene.
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s (NYSE: ALB) polyolefin catalysts business to strengthen Grace's catalysts technology portfolio, the company said.
Starting with polyolefin packaging, the value chain platform has set two strategic goals, covering innovation with circular economy focus, as well as enhanced collection and sorting systems.
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The new low density Polyolefin sleeve now makes it possible to separate shrink sleeves from PET bottles or cups by automated recycling processes.
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Affinity GA 1000R and GA 1875 polyolefin elastomers are offered for hot melt adhesives.
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