ADN

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ADNAnchorage Daily News (Alaska newspaper)
ADNAssociate Degree in Nursing
ADNApplication Delivery Network
ADNAteliers du Nord (Swiss industrial design company)
ADNYemen (international vehicle registration)
ADNÁcido Desoxirribonucleico
ADNAcide Désoxyribonucléique (French: DNA)
ADNAutodesk Developer Network
ADNArchivio Diaristico Nazionale (Italian: National Diary Archive)
ADNAGF Detailhandel Nederland (Fruit & Vegetables Retail Netherlands)
ADNAny Day Now
ADNAbbreviated Dialing Numbers
ADNAddress Complete No Charge
ADNAdd-in Utility
ADNAccion Democratica Nacionalista (Spanish: National Democratic Action; Bolivia)
ADNAdvanced Digital Network
ADNAssociation pour la Démocratie à Nice (French: Association for Democracy in Nice)
ADNAdiponitrile
ADNArt Design Network
ADNAllgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst
ADNAdd in Utility (File Name Extension)
ADNAllied Command Europe Desired Ground Zero Number (US DoD)
ADNAbbreviated Dialing Number
ADNAutomatic Digital Network
ADNAshley, Drew & Northern (Railroad)
ADNArea Distribution Node(s)
ADNAlianza Democrática Nacionalista (Nationalist Democratic Alliance - Bolivia)
ADNAutomatic Document Numbering
ADNAircraft Dealer Network (Somerville, TN)
ADNAutobuses del Norte (Guatemalan bus lines)
ADNArea Distribution Node
ADNAgence du Don en Nature (French donation agency)
ADNAccession Designation Number
ADNAcxiom Data Network
ADNAgency Disclosure Notice
ADNACE DGZ Number
ADNAmerican Depository Notes
ADNAutomated Data Network
ADNAntenna Designer's Notebook
ADNAgents Disclosure Notice
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It is also a key intermediate chemical used by Invista in its proprietary, butadiene-based adiponitrile (ADN) production technologies.
Due to the large power requirement of the Adiponitrile process, BASF has co-operated with National Power (now npower Cogen) to build and operate 75 MW combined heat and power (CHP) plant on the site.
* At Seal Sands BASF produces acrylonitrile, adiponitrile and hexamethylenediamine, which are used in the production of acrylic and nylon fibres for clothing and carpets, together with a range of acrylic and nylon plastics for the domestic, engineering and motor industries.
The products generated during this process include hexamethylene diamine (HMD), 5-cyanovaleramide (CVAM), adiponitrile (ADN), caprolactam (CL), 6-aminocaproamide (6-ACAM) and 6-aminocapronitrile (6-ACN).
A major breakthrough in the synthesis of Nylon was DuPont scientist Drinkard's discovery of the catalytic hydrocyanation of 1,3-butadiene to adiponitrile (ADN), which can then be hydrogenated over a heterogeneous catalyst to HMD.
MOUNT OLIVE, N.J.-BASF is currently testing a new, patented technology for commercially producing caprolactam (from which nylon 6 fiber is made) from adiponitrile.
The resin constraints are related primarily to tight supplies of key precursor adiponitrile (ADN), which is produced by four major players: Ascend Performance Polymers and Invista in the U.S.; Butachemie, a joint venture of Invista and Solvay in Germany; and Japan's Asahi Kasei.
Tenn said that nylon-1,6 can be prepared directly from adiponitrile, water and formaldehyde using acid catalysis, and that the synthesis can be performed at room temperature in open beakers.