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Resorcinol pp 27-58 | Cite as

Processes for Making Resorcinol

  • Hans Dressler
Part of the Topics in Applied Chemistry book series (TAPP)

Abstract

At present, only the benzene sulfonation/fusion and the hydroperoxidation/cleavage of diisopropylbenzene routes are used commercially on a large scale. The remainder of the routes described below are used on a small scale only, if at all.

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Methyl Acrylate Distillation Column Sumitomo Chemical Diethyleneglycol Dimethyl Ether Ammonium Bisulfate 
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  • Hans Dressler
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  1. 1.Formerly of INDSPEC Chemical CorporationPittsburghUSA

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