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... signs China peroxide pact

January 16, 2006 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 84, ISSUE 3

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Credit: SOLVAY PHOTO
Purity analysis, shown being conducted at Solvay's Bernburg, Germany, facility, is critical to supplying semiconductor makers.
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Credit: SOLVAY PHOTO
Purity analysis, shown being conducted at Solvay's Bernburg, Germany, facility, is critical to supplying semiconductor makers.

Solvay's peroxides business unit, Interox, has formed a joint venture with China's Suzhou Electronic Materials Co. to produce high-purity hydrogen peroxide for the Chinese semiconductor industry. Solvay will hold 51%, and SEMC 49%, of the new company, which will be located in Suzhou. A new plant, which is nearing completion, will have initial capacity of 2,000 metric tons per year.

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