Union CarbideUnion Carbide is a chemical manufacturer, a subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company. The company is most well-known for the Bhopal Tragedy in 1984, in which the leakage of the highly toxic gas methyl isocyanate (MIC) killed thousands.
Union Carbide refused to accept responsibility for the disaster, blaming it on terrorism and industrial sabotage.
The Union Carbide Company was founded in 1898, and in 1917 the Union Carbide & Carbon Corporation formed from this and other companies.
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