||To produce butene-1 from ethykene by selectived dimerization using the Alphabutol process.
||To produce high-purity butylene (mostly butene-2) and ethylene from propylene using the Triolefin process.
||To produce high purity isobutylene by decomposing methyl tert butyl ether (MTBE).
||To continuouslym catalytically dehydrogenate light paraffins, typically in the C3 to C5 range, to their respective mono-olefins using the Oleflex process.
||To produce n-butyraldehyde from propylene and syngas (carbon monoxide/hydrogen) using the Rh oxo process of Hoechst/Rhone-Poulenc.
||To produce caprolactam from cyclohexane and ammonia using a "photonitrozation" (PNC) process.
||To produce perchloroethylene and trichloroethylene from ethylene dichloride by an oxychlorination/oxyhydrochlorination process without byproduct hydrogen chloride.
||To produce cumene by reaction of benzene and propylene in the presence of solid phophoric acid catalyst.
||To produce high-purity cyclohexane from benzene using liquid-phase catalytic hydrogenation.
||To produce dimethyl formamide from dimethylamine (DMA) and carbon monoxide (CO).