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February 18th, 2004

LG Chem uses nano technology to develop leak-proof plastic

Abstract:
LG Chem Ltd., the nation's largest chemical company, has used nano technology to develop a plastic to make high-performance containers. The company says the innovation is a world's first and it hopes to lead the multi-trillion won container materials market. The plastic, known as hyperier, is extremely leak-resistant and can be used in automotive gasoline tanks and chemical containers.

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Korea Herald

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