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Polyvinyl alcohol

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  1. a water-soluble synthetic polymer

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 25, 2009
  2. PVA, or PVAL

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  3. has excellent film forming, emulsifying, and adhesive properties

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  4. Consumption of polyvinyl alcohol was over one million metric tons in 2006

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  5. Larger producers include Kuraray (Japan) and Celanese (USA) but mainland China has installed a number of very large production facilities in the past decade and currently accounts for 45% of world capactity

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