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Staudinger had pointed out to them that ethylene oxide in the presence of small amounts of catalysts such as potassium, tin tetrachloride, and trimethylamine can occasionally polymerize completely in a few seconds at ordinary temperatures. Since the large heats of reaction caused explosive destruction of the reaction tubes, and because ethylene oxide was used in large amounts at I. G. Farbenindustrie, an investigation of ethylene oxide in the presence of different materials, and particularly iron and iron compounds, was undertaken.