The many things invented in Berlin


 




Besides paper, the mill created caustic soda named "White Mountain Caustic Soda," cellulose floc (used to make products such as cellophane), solka floc (used in products such as foods and beverages, pharmaceuticals, floor tiles, plastics and adhesives, rubber, welding rod coatings, and filters - including cigarettes), artificial leather (mainly for shoes) called onca leather, bermico piping, powder containers used for WWII weapons, and peanut flakes (a breakfast cereal.)
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