acrylonitrile


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acrylonitrile

[‚ak·rə‚lō′nī·trəl]
(organic chemistry)
CH2CHCN A colorless liquid compound used in the manufacture of acrylic rubber and fibers. Also known as vinylcyanide.
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The originality of the trial described in this paper consists in that the simultaneous incineration of oil shale and the acrylonitrile effluent in CFB renders the latter harmless.
It is also worth mentioning here that the specimens with varying amount of PVA, contained AN/MBA in the molar ratio of 9:1, with varying concentration of acrylonitrile, contained PVA/MBA in the molar ratio of 1:6 and the specimens with varying concentration of crosslinker (MBA) contained PVA/AN in the molar ratio 1:54 respectively.
"CYCOLOY C6200 balances the impact and heat resistance of a polycarbonate resin with the processability of an acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, in a nonchlorinated, non-brominated flame-retardant engineered material," says Eric Luftig, CYCOLOY resin product manager.
The binder is made of a terpolymer of acrylonitrile butadiene styrene that has a glass transition temperature between 10[degrees]C and +40[degrees]C.
The company's new Royal Wood trimboards are of a wood-plastic composite, which blends a solid UV-stabilized, acrylic styrene acrylonitrile (ASA) polymer cap to a foamed core material made from wood fibers, additives and thermoplastic resins.
5,883,281 that covers a process for increasing the yield of acrylonitrile by adding oxygen to reduce inerts in an ammoxidation process.
said Monday they will set up a joint firm by May to consolidate and improve efficiency in the loss-making business of acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), a resin used mainly in vehicle parts.
With an inner liner of fiber-reinforced acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (the same material used in NFL football helmets), and a butyl seal, the unit resists penetration by soil, air, water and practically anything else that might contaminate the body.
He said this when asked to comment on a report citing the views of a senior chemical engineering lecturer on health side effects including the risk of cancer if one was exposed to the acrylonitrile gas daily or for too long.
At its March meeting, the Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) also recommended occupational exposure limits (OELs) for two other substances: nickel and its compounds and acrylonitrile. These opinions conclude the response to the European Commission, which for the first time asked RAC to assess the scientific basis for setting OELs.