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"These groups, called acetyls, unwind the DNA to make it more accessible," says co-author Yitshak Francis, Ph. D., a postdoctoral research scientist at Columbia.
The company expects the favorable supply/demand balance in acetyls to continue into 2010.
Second question, you mentioned a little turnaround you had in the fourth quarter in propylene oxide and acetyls.
The temporarily expanded margins in acetyls should moderate to more normalized levels during the second half of the year.
More than half of the quarterly decline occurred in propylene oxide and derivatives, and most of the balance was acetyls.
The acetyls business does buy its gas on a spot basis.
Or said differently, what is your take on the underlying market rate of consumption for acetyls at this point?
Intermediates profitability increased versus the first quarter 2011 as increased acetyls and styrene margins and a $41 million gain on the sale of spent silver catalyst boosted results. a Operating income and EBITDA are calculated using the LIFO method of inventory accounting.
The firm started commercial operations at its acetyls complex, which is part of its second phase of development plans mid-2010.
Number one, is your acetyls business directly exposed to spot gas?
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