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Chinese court acts on Solvay patent complaint

by Marc Reisch
June 1, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 22

Solvay says Chinese court officers raided Suzhou Crystal Clear Chemical, a maker of electronics-grade hydrogen peroxide, to obtain evidence that Crystal Clear had infringed on Solvay’s H2O2 purification process patents. Semiconductor makers use the high-purity chemical to remove unwanted particles. The raid, late last month, followed a complaint that Solvay filed in March in the Shanghai Intellectual Property Court. Solvay opened a 24,000-metric-ton-per-year electronics-grade H2O2 plant in Zhenjiang, China, late last year.

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