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geon

[′jē‚än]
(physics)
A hypothetical electromagnetic field that is held together by its own gravitational attraction.
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Hanna and Geon in a way that provides tremendous benefits to customers and fits our consolidation strategy," explained Dave Knowles, president of M.
Headquartered in Avon Lake, Ohio, Geon is a leading North-American polymer services and technology company with operations in vinyl compounds, specialty resins and plastisol formulations, and engineered films.
Hanna Company as treasurer in 1996, and continued in that position after Hanna's consolidation with Geon to form PolyOne.
Martinelli believes that Geon can get below 1000 grades in the foreseeable future.
Headquartered in Avon Lake, Ohio, Geon is a leading North- American polymer services and technology company with operations in vinyl compounds, specialty resins and plastisol formulations, and engineered films.
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After joining The BFGoodrich Company in 1971, Kickel held successive sales positions, including national account manager, Southeast regional sales director and national sales director of resins and compounds for the Geon Vinyl Division.
In developing its new Fiberloc compounds, Geon aimed for both flexibility and low coefficient of linear thermal expansion (CLTE), like metals.
webMethods' leadership position in the chemical industry is demonstrated through our successful work with The Geon Company, Eastman Chemical Company, ChemConnect and FMC Corporation.
Quester spent three years with Ashland Oil Company before joining Geon.
The research effort to attain more heat-resistant PVC for blow molding and hot-runner processing goes beyond BFG's recently introduced Geon HTX high-heat vinyl alloys.
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