If I can ever unchain my self from the rheometer, I may have time to make a serious post. In the mean time, my thought over the weekend was this: why did Texaco create a line of chemicals all starting with the name Jeff? The most common ones that I am aware of is Jeffamine, a reactant for creating polyureas, and Jeffsol, alkylene carbonates. There may be others. So why Jeff? Was he the lead chemist? The head of marketing? The father or brother of the spouse of the head of marketing? (Crazier things have been done to please a spouse - see "Elton John plays 100th Anniversary of Harley-Davidson", "Babe Ruth traded to the Yankees" and "Gilligan's Island is cancelled".)
It won't do any good to call Texaco as the chemicals are now part of Huntsman.