adiponitrile


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adiponitrile

[‚ad·ə·pō′nī·trəl]
(organic chemistry)
NC(CH2)4CN The high-boiling liquid dinitrile of adipic acid; used to make nylon intermediates.
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World-leading nylon polymer producer INVISTA unveils a revolutionary technology for adiponitrile (ADN) production, a key ingredient for nylon 6,6.
INVISTA's proprietary, butadiene-based adiponitrile (ADN) production technologies are widely recognized as one of the most effective and cost-efficient methods of ADN production.
The INVISTA trade secrets at issue relate to its proprietary process for producing adiponitrile, a critical intermediate chemical used in the manufacture of nylon 6,6.
Public statements by Rhodia and DuPont indicate that Rhodia is using INVISTA's trade secrets to develop and operate an adiponitrile (ADN) manufacturing facility in Asia.
The specific end-use segments discussed are Acrylic fibers, ABS and AS resins, and Adiponitrile.
INVISTA has begun engineering activities to construct a world-scale nylon 6,6 facility in Asia to support the region's growing demand for adiponitrile (ADN), hexamethylene diamine (HMD), and nylon 6,6 polymer.
Using its innovative patented technology, BASF has produced caprolactam, the precursor of nylon 6, from adiponitrile at a large demonstration plant in Ludwigshafen, Germany.
BUSINESS WIRE)--July 6, 1998--Using innovative patented technology, BASF is leading the way into a new era of nylon production by commercially producing caprolactam from adiponitrile.
Construction of this facility, which will produce approximately 300 kilotons of adiponitrile annually from butadiene, is scheduled to begin in 1999.
It will include construction of a manufacturing facility to produce approximately 300 kilotons of adiponitrile annually from butadiene.