ADN

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ADNAnchorage Daily News (Alaska newspaper)
ADNAssociate Degree in Nursing
ADNApplication Delivery Network
ADNYemen (international vehicle registration)
ADNÁcido Desoxirribonucleico
ADNAcide Désoxyribonucléique (French: DNA)
ADNAutodesk Developer Network
ADNAny Day Now
ADNAccion Democratica Nacionalista (Spanish: National Democratic Action; Bolivia)
ADNAdvanced Digital Network
ADNAssociation pour la Démocratie à Nice (French: Association for Democracy in Nice)
ADNAdiponitrile
ADNAllgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst
ADNAdd in Utility (File Name Extension)
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
ADNAllied Command Europe desired ground zero number (US DoD)
ADNAmerican Depository Notes
ADNACE DGZ Number
ADNAutomated Data Network
ADNAntenna Designer's Notebook
ADNAgents Disclosure Notice
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BASF is currently testing a new, patented technology for commercially producing caprolactam (from which nylon 6 fiber is made) from adiponitrile.
Global nylon producer INVISTA has selected its Orange, Texas production facility as the initial location to install INVISTA's next-generation adiponitrile (ADN) technology.
Davis Polk advised Solvay in connection with its agreement with INVISTA to renew their joint venture to manufacture adiponitrile (ADN), a key intermediate in the production of Polyamide 6.
Adiponitrile (CAS 111-69-3) Market Research Report 2012 presents comprehensive data on adiponitrile markets globally and regionally (Europe, Asia, North America etc.
Multi-million-dollar R&D investment reveals breakthrough for adiponitrile production
The site, which began manufacturing in the early 1950s and is located on 4,500 acres in south Victoria county, primarily manufactures nylon 6,6 intermediate chemicals of adiponitrile, hexamethylenediamine, and adipic acid that are used in the manufacture of the INVISTA consumer brands of STAINMASTER[R], ANTRON[R] and CORDURA[R], as well as a broad variety of other nylon fiber, resins and specialty products.
Adiponitrile is the largest application market for hydrogen cyanide accounting for more than 50% of the globally produced volumes of the material.
The state-of-the-art plant will employ INVISTA's latest advances in its proprietary butadiene-based technology to produce hexamethylene diamine (HMD) and adiponitrile (ADN), along with a variety of specialty chemicals and nylon 6,6 polymer.
INVISTA and DuPont announced they have signed a settlement agreement that resolves three existing lawsuits between the companies concerning polymers technology, adiponitrile (ADN) technology and disputes related to existing supply agreements.
15 in federal court in the Southern District of New York, outlining how Rhodia and DuPont have teamed up to misappropriate INVISTA's world-leading adiponitrile (ADN) technology and are unlawfully using INVISTA's trade secrets to expand in the nylon chemicals business.
NEW YORK -- In federal court here Friday, INVISTA sued Rhodia and DuPont alleging they are teaming up to misappropriate INVISTA's world-leading adiponitrile (ADN) technology and are unlawfully using INVISTA's trade secrets to expand in the nylon chemicals business.
It will employ INVISTA's advanced, proprietary butadiene-based technology to produce hexamethylene diamine (HMD) and adiponitrile (ADN), along with a variety of specialty intermediate chemicals and nylon 6,6 polymer.