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Content posted in October 2007
K 2007: A Yankee Scribbler’s Perspective
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K 2007: RTP Shows Carbon Nanotube Compounds
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K 2007: Eastman Breaks Ground on Copolyester
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K 2007: Sweet New Deal for Polyethylene
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K 2007: New Hybrid for Mechatronics
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K 2007: Dow, GLS Combine on Copolymer
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Toyota Shows Carbon Fiber Car Body
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K 2007- New Foam Developed for Dreamliner
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K 2007- SABIC Goes for Solar Power
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K 2007: Clariant Offers FR-Compliant Color
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K 2007: DuPont Introduces Nano Hybrid
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C130s May Use New Aluminum Composite
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GM Adds Steel Fuel Tanks to Future Program
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Dreamliner Delay? Not to Worry
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Biobased Plastics a Bust at Hewlett Packard
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K 2007: What Looks Hot?
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Novpol: A Big Boost for Plastics Recycling?
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