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Huntsman Corporation is an American multinational manufacturer and marketer of chemical products for consumers and industrial customers. Huntsman manufactures assorted polyurethanes, performance products, and pigments for customers like BMW, GE, Chevron, Procter & Gamble, and Unilever. With headquarters in The Woodlands, Texas and executive offices in Salt Lake City, Utah, they operate more than 75 manufacturing and R&D facilities in over 30 countries and employ approximately 12,000 associates across 5 business divisions. Huntsman Corporation had 2013 revenues of over $11 billion. Wikipedia.


An agricultural oil-based suspension formulation comprising an active ingredient suspended in finely divided form in an oil and at least one unsaturated rubber-type copolymer or a mixture thereof, wherein the rubber-type copolymer comprises at least styrene as a residue.


Patent
Huntsman Corporation | Date: 2013-02-25

An agrochemical emulsifiable concentrate (EC) formulation comprising at least one agrochemical active ingredient; at least one surfactant emulsifier; optionally, a stabiliser; and a primary solvent system, wherein the solvent system is selected from benzyl acetate or a combination of benzyl acetate and at least one substantially water-immiscible co-solvent.


Patent
Huntsman Corporation | Date: 2012-03-26

In another exemplary embodiment, an amine functional curing agent has an Amine Hydrogen Functionality (AHF) of at least 7 and an Amine-Hydrogen Equivalent Weight (AHEW) of at least about 50.


Patent
Huntsman Corporation and Huntsman International LLC | Date: 2013-12-12

A method for providing a secondary or tertiary amine with formula (R The method comprises the steps:


An agricultural oil-based suspension formulation comprising an active ingredient suspended in finely divided form in an oil; and at least one surfactant selected from a polyalkylene glycol-fatty acid condensate or a polyalkylene glycolether fatty acid condensate formed from a reaction between a compound having Structure (1) and a compound having Structure (2): wherein R1=H or a C1-C30 alkyl radical; A and B are ethylene or propylene groups in succession or random; n=0 or >1; and m=0 or >1, and wherein n+m>34; R2=C8-C30 alkyl or alkylene radical (branched or linear); and x=>1.

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