Propylene Oxide (also known as PO and Epoxypropane) is a major chemical intermediate, used in the production of polyether polyols, propylene glycols, and propylene glycol ethers. It is produced mainly by the dehydrochlorination of propylene chlorohydrin or by oxidation of propylene to propylene oxide by an organic hydroperoxide.
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