By Alan E. Comyns
This reference presents concise descriptions of these chemical strategies which are identified by way of targeted names which aren't seen or self-explanatory. Containing 2,600 entries, this moment variation contains info at the many new techniques constructed and commercialized, in addition to new details on outdated processes.Encyclopedic Dictionary of Named procedures in Chemical expertise offers a heterogeneous selection of names- inventors, businesses, associations, areas, acronyms, abbreviations, and seen corruptions-of the chemical nomenclature. the writer has adapted the entries to mirror significance and topicality. ordinarily, the techniques in present use have the longest entries, in spite of the fact that, he additionally devotes more room to a few out of date strategies that carry specific technical curiosity or old significance.The appendix is an index to product names, allowing readers to spot techniques used for making specific items.
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A process for making a range of synthetic rubbers from butadiene, developed by IG Farbenindustrie in Leverkusen, Germany, in the late 1920s. Sodium was used initially as the polymerization catalyst, hence the name. Buna S was a copolymer of butadiene with styrene; Buna N a copolymer with acrylonitrile. The product was first introduced to the public at the Berlin Motor Show in 1936. Today, the trade name Buna CB is used for a polybutadiene rubber made by Bunawerke Hüls using a *Ziegler-Natta type process.
Eur. Chem. News, 1990, 54(1420), 38. CANMET Hydrocracking A process for demetallizing and converting heavy oils or refinery residues, in the presence of hydrogen and a proprietary additive, into naphtha, middle distillates, and gas oil. Originally developed in the 1970s by the Canada Center for Mineral and Energy Technology (CANMET), a division of the Department of Energy Mines and Resources, Canada, the process is now licensed by Partec Lavalin and Petro-Canada Products. A large demonstration plant, designed and built by Partec Lavalin in Petro- © 1999 by CRC PRESS LLC Canada’s Montreal oil refinery, has operated successfully since 1986.
CHEMTECH, 1982, 12(2), 123. O’Connor, D. , Alumina Extraction from Non-bauxitic Materials, Aluminium-Verlag, Düsseldorf, 1988, 102,262. CAN [calcium ammonium nitrate] A process for making calcium ammonium nitrate fertilizer. Developed by BASF (hence the alternative process name: BASF/CAN) and engineered by Uhde. CANDID A process for making adiponitrile by reductive dimerization of acrylonitrile. Invented by ICI in 1976 and piloted in the United Kingdom from 1986, but not commercialized. K. Patents 1,546,807; 1,547,431.