In a paper recently published in Biomacromolecules, Cranston and her team demonstrated for the first time that it is indeed possible to use ceric ammonium nitrate method to grow polymer chains on the surface of CNCs, improving their compatibility in composites.
What does CAN stand for?
CAN stands for Ceric Ammonium Nitrate
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- Carbon Action Network (UK)
- Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy
- Career Advice Network
- Caregiver Assistance Network
- Cargo Arrival Notice (various companies)
- Cellulose Acetate Nitrate
- Center for Naval Analysis
- Centre d'Art Neuchâtel (French: Neuchâtel Art Center; Neuchâtel, Switzerland)
- Centro Administrativo Nacional (Spanish: National Administrative Center; Colombia)
- Cercle de l'Aviron de Nantes (French rowing club; Nantes, France)
- Certification Analysis Network (NASA)
- Chamber Action Network (Chamber of Commerce)
- Change Addiction Now
- Change America Now (non-profit political group)
- Changing Attitude Nigeria
- Chicago Access Network
- Children and Youth Action Network
- Choice Action Network
- Christian Association of Nigeria (umbrella organization)
- Chronic Allograft Nephropathy
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is expanding its commitment to electronics manufacturers with a domestically produced electronics-grade Ceric Ammonium Nitrate ((NH4)2Ce (NO3)6).
Mino and Kaizerman for the first time utilized ceric ammonium nitrate (CAN) as a very effective redox initiator .