I.G. Farbenindustrie A.G.
Ludwigshafen and Oppau
Only copied pages 45-47
Our interest is on the history of technology and particularly dedicated to electronics related subjects. Chemicals, although, very important is outside my expertise. Therefore I have only copied the pages 45 - 47. I am particularly interested in the fact that, although, it is by others believed that they did had it, in the way the Germans produced their own 'polyethylene' for which they used the brand name: Lupolen. For coaxial cables employed for very high frequencies their type was called :Lupolen H a derivate is known as: oppanol; this is the sort name mostly referred onto.
This Allied file section is proving that the Germans had knowledge of, and even produced, Polyethylene cable dielectrics.
By: Arthur O. Bauer
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