SOHIO


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SOHIO

An early system on the IBM 705.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
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Bailem and Professor Bankes both find that this is the best explanation of the Sohio decision.
SOHIO licensed its double-layer capacitor technology, as it came to be known, to NEC in 1971.
Supreme Court "breaks up" Standard Oil Trust into latter-day Exxon, SoCal, Mobil, Sohio and Standard Oil of Indiana
Specification acetonitrile was produced until the Sohio process for the production of acrylonitrile using propylene, ammonia and air was developed, with a small byproduct stream of acetonitrile, rendering the Chemcell process financially unfeasible.
First Sohio lost interest, then Boeing, both because they reasoned the market would be too narrow.
This gave Sohio an opportunity to retain an established name without being confined by its association with one state.
Kennecott's modernization wasn't a hastily conceived scheme; four years of planning and design efforts, focused on possible approaches to upgrading Bingham Canyon's aging ore-transport system, had gone by before Sohio selected the Ralph M.
There has been a lot of drilling in the Beaufort Sea OCS by companies other than Shell including Union Oil of California, Amoco, and Sohio (now BP).
Prepared by LGL Alaska Research Associates for Sohio Alaska Petroleum Co.
This epic consolidation wave began in the late 1990s with the merger of Exxon with Mobil and the acquisition of Amoco and ARCO by British Petroleum (after BP had acquired Sohio a decade earlier) and was followed by the merger of Chevron with Texaco (after Texaco earlier had acquired Gulf Oil), as well as the combination of Conoco and Phillips Petroleum.
By the eighties, the oil company Sohio was working with ECD to develop high-yielding solar- photovoltaic cells that employed thin films of ovonic materials.