Preparation of the Grafted MWNTs The grafted MWNTs were prepared by reacting opened MWNTs with hexamethylene diamine as follows.
What does HMDA stand for?
HMDA stands for Hexamethylene Diamine (chemistry)
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We have 9 other meanings of HMDA in our Acronym Attic
- Horace Mundy Chapter (International Order of Demolay)
- Horizontal Magnetic Dipole
- Hot Metal Desulphurization (metallurgy)
- Hot Metal Detector (various companies)
- Hull Motion Dynamics
- Human Mortality Database
- Hyaline Membrane Disease
- Hybrid Mass Damper
- Hydraulic Mean Depth
- Hyperspectral Mine Detection (DARPA)
- High Mobility DGM Assemblage
- Hitchhiker Motorized Door Assembly
- Home Mortgage Disclosure Act of 1974
- Huntington Municipal Development Authority (est. 1984; Huntington, WV)
- Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (India)
- Health and Medical Development Advisory Committee (Hong Kong)
- Historical Marker Database
- Human Metabolome Database
- Hackensack Meadowlands Development Commission
- Harvard-MIT Data Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
Invista, a worldwide producer of nylon intermediates and fibers, has received Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) approval from the Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau for a 215,000-ton per year hexamethylene diamine (HMD) plant at the Shanghai Chemical Industrial Park.
INVISTA, a world leader in nylon intermediates and fibers, has received Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) approval from the Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau for a 215,000-ton per year hexamethylene diamine (HMD) plant at the Shanghai Chemical Industrial Park.
Using adipic acid and hexamethylene diamine made at Maitland, Kingston carries out polymerization of nylon 66.
The polyphthalamide PA6T, consisting of hexamethylene diamine and terephthalic acid (TPA) units, is almost too good: it melts at 370[degrees]C, which would be great in use but, unfortunately, prevents melt processing.
The standard curative for Vamac compounds is hexamethylene diamine carbamate (HMDC).