The Dow Chemical Company manufactures and supplies chemical products used as raw materials in the manufacture of customer products and services worldwide. Its Electronic and Functional Materials segment offers materials for chemical mechanical planarization, chemical processing aids and intermediates, electronic displays, food and pharmaceutical processing and ingredients, home and personal care ingredients, hygiene and infection control, photolithography, printed circuit boards, process and materials preservation, semiconductor packaging, and electronic and industrial finishing. The company’s Coatings and Infrastructure Solutions segment provides construction chemical solutions and building-integrated photovoltaics; raw materials for architectural paints and industrial coatings; technologies for water purification, desalination, and separation solutions; and specialty monomer products. Its Agricultural Sciences segment offers agricultural crop protection and plant biotechnology products, pest management solutions, and seeds, traits, and oils. The company’s Performance Materials segment produces ethanolamines, ethyleneamines, isopropanolamines, and chelants; chlorinated organic products; polyurethane foams and systems; epoxy resins and intermediates; oxygenated solvents; polyglycols and surfactants; and polyurethane raw materials. Its Performance Plastics segment offers performance elastomers and plastomers, specialty copolymers, and synthetic rubber; semiconductive and insulation material for power cable insulation; sticking and bonding solutions and specialty films; polyethylene-based solutions; and polypropylene products. The company’s Feedstocks and Energy segment provides caustic soda, chlorine, ethylene dichloride, hydrochloric acid, and vinyl chloride monomer; ethylene oxide and ethylene glycol; and benzene, butadiene, butylene, cumene, ethylene, octane, propylene, and styrene. The Dow Chemical Company was founded in 1897 and is based in Midland, Michigan.