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Nylon - Wikipedia


Nylon is a generic designation for a family of synthetic polymers, more specifically aliphatic or semi-aromatic polyamides. ...... For historical perspectives on nylon, see the Documents List of "...

Nylons (Polyamide) - British Plastics Federation


History. Carothers discovered polyamides in 1931. On the 28th October 1938 commercial production of nylon 6,6 began. Polyamides were first introduced as ...

Polyamide History - CSU, Chico


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polyamide | chemistry | Britannica.com


Jul 6, 2012 ... 7-6-2012 See Article History ... Polyamide, any polymer (substance composed of long, multiple-unit molecules) in which the repeating units in ...

PlasticsEurope - Polyamide (PA) - PlasticsEurope


History. 1930s: Beginning of methodical research of polyamides with the development of an industrial process for polyamide 6.6 (nylon) by W.H. Carothers and ...

History and Development of Nylon 6 - Springer


Abstract. Nylons were introduced to the market in the late 1930's. Of the various types, nylon 66 was the first. As is well-known, this product was developed by the  ...

The history of nylon - Personal WWW Pages

personal.strath.ac.uk/andrew.mclaren/Turin2002/CD congresso/The history of nylons.pdf

nylon invented by Carothers and known as nylon 66 or polyamide 66, or poly( hexamethylneadipamide), therefore, is read as six-six, not sixtysix, which means  ...

Histoire des Polymères, polystyrène, polyamides : PolymerExpert


A History of Polymers. (inspired of “Chemistry and physicochemistry of Polymers”. by Mr. Fontanille and Y. Gnanou, Dunod, Paris, 2002). What is a polymer?

history of use of polyamide 12 in natural gas transportation systems


HISTORY OF USE OF POLYAMIDE 12 IN NATURAL GAS. TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS. In the late 1970's, The Australia Gas Light Company (AGL) identified  ...

VESTAMID® L - VESTAMID®—A history of the evolution of high ...


Evonik is one of the world's largest producers of polyamide 12 (PA 12), which it markets as VESTAMID<sup>®</sup> L. We benefit here from backward-integrated ...