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Company was formed in 1915 by Ernest C. Klipstein and Sons. They first produced sulfur dyes, tear gas, anthraquinone as well as chlorine, caustic, carbon disulfide, and carbon tetrachloride. During World War II time, the company assisted in producing barium nitrate for incendiaries, hexachloroethane for smoke screens, and catalyst for synthetic rubber.
Company was formed in 1915 by Ernest C. Klipstein and Sons. They first produced sulfur dyes, tear gas, anthraquinone as well as chlorine, caustic, carbon disulfide, and carbon tetrachloride. During World War II time, the company assisted in producing barium nitrate for incendiaries, hexachloroethane for smoke screens, and catalyst for synthetic rubber.
Company was formed in 1915 by Ernest C. Klipstein and Sons. They first produced sulfur dyes, tear gas, anthraquinone as well as chlorine, caustic, carbon disulfide, and carbon tetrachloride. During World War II time, the company assisted in producing barium nitrate for incendiaries, hexachloroethane for smoke screens, and catalyst for synthetic rubber.
Company was formed in 1915 by Ernest C. Klipstein and Sons. They first produced sulfur dyes, tear gas, anthraquinone as well as chlorine, caustic, carbon disulfide, and carbon tetrachloride. During World War II time, the company assisted in producing barium nitrate for incendiaries, hexachloroethane for smoke screens, and catalyst for synthetic rubber.
Company was formed in 1915 by Ernest C. Klipstein and Sons. They first produced sulfur dyes, tear gas, anthraquinone as well as chlorine, caustic, carbon disulfide, and carbon tetrachloride. During World War II time, the company assisted in producing barium nitrate for incendiaries, hexachloroethane for smoke screens, and catalyst for synthetic rubber.