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Titanium oxide

By Chemical Engineering |

Du Pont (Wilmington, Del.; edlinks.chemengonline.com/5825-550) and the city of Dongying, China, have reached an agreement for constructing a 200,000-m.t./yr plant for producing titanium oxide, a pigment used in coatings, plastics and the paper industry. Pending relevant government approvals, the $1-billion TiO2 plant is planned to be completed by 2010. The plant will be wholly owned by Du Pont, and will be the company’s largest single investment project outside the U.S.
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