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  • Adipic acid (IUPAC systematic name: hexanedioic acid) is a dicarboxylic acid. It is a white crystalline powder. Due to its long aliphatic chain, it is not very soluble in water.
  • Adipic Acid is a C6 straight-chain dicarboxylic acid; slightly soluble in water and soluble in alcohol and acetone.
  • Adipic acid is a chemical intermediate used in the production of nylon 66 resin and nylon 66 fibre or in polyol and polyurethane production.
  • Almost all of the commercial adipic acid is produced from cyclohexane through two sequent oxidation processes.
  • Most adipic acids react with 1,6-hexane diamine to form polyamide, more known by its product name "Nylon 6,6". Nylon 6,6 is mainly used to
    produce fibre and resins.
  • Adipic acid is used in manufacturing plasticizers and lubricants components. It is used in making polyester polyols for polyurethane systems. Food
    grade adipic acid is used as gelling aid, acidulant, leavening and buffering agent.
  • Nylon 6,6 fiber is used in apparel, especially ladies' hosiery, sleepwear, and underwear, carpets, and home furnishings. Other nylon 6,6 fiber uses
    include tire cord, fishing line, brush bristles, and in tough fabrics for parachutes, backpacks, luggage, and business cases.
  • The hexanedioic acid (HC) consumption structure varies by regions. Thus, in the Asia-Pacific region 85% of HC is used for polyamide production,
    while its share in the production of polyurethanes is lower, since polyurethane production in this region more often involves simple polyesters which do not require adipic acid for their synthesis.
  • Russia fails to have its own production of adipic acid, though the prerequisites for its origination are quite favourable, since the vital feedstock is available and major consumers of end-products are present.
  • Worldwide, there are very few adipic acid plants. The U.S. is a major producer with three companies in four locations accounting for approximately
    forty percent of world production.

General Information
  • Adipic acid
  • About Adipic acid
  • Adipic acid esters
  • Information about Adipic acid
  • Adipic acid description


  • Company from India
  • Company from China
  • Company from Switzerland
  • Company from Shanghai
  • Company from France
  • Company from Ukraine


  • Manufacturers of Adipic acid
  • Suppliers of Adipic acid
  • Tradeleads of Adipic acid
  • Adipic acid Buyerslist


  • Adipic acid process
  • Clean synthesis of adipic acid
  • Process description of adipic acid
  • An Industrial Process for Adipic Acid Production by the Liquid-Phase Oxidation of Cyclohexanone with Molecular Oxygen 
  • Preparation of adipic acid from cyclohexene
  • Adipic acid synthesis
  • Synthesizing Adipic Acid from Cyclohexanone


  • Consultant from London
  • Consultant from United Kingdom
  • Consultant from California
  • Consultant from Switzerland

Project & Technology

  • Baseline Methodology for decomposition of N2O from existing adipic acid production plants
  • LANXESS to lower emissions of harmful gases
  • Nitrous Oxide Abatement at DuPont Canada Inc. Maitland Site Adipic Acid Facility
  • Alternative Control Techniques Document—Nitric and Adipic Acid Manufacturing Plants
  • Coriander
  • An Approach to CDM/JI Business from a Technology Provider‘s Perspective



  • Effect of Adipic Acid Coatings on the CCN Activation of Soluble and Insoluble Particles
  • Effect of particle phase and adipic acid coatings on soluble and insoluble particles
  • Metabolism of phytanic acid and 3-methyl-adipic acid excretion in patients with adult Refsum disease
  • Adipic acid increases plasma lysine but does not improve the efficiency of lysine utilization in swine
  • Thermodynamics of ionization of trans-crotonic and adipic acids in water; the silver - silver adipate electrode


  • Hexanedioic acid
  • Adipic Acid Dihydrazide
  • Monoethyladipic acid ester
  • Adipic acid
  • Safety data for adipic acid
  • International Chemical Safety Cards for Adipic acid


  • Adipic acid modified ionomers having improved properties and processability
  • Copolyamide from tetramethylene diamine, adipic acid and terephthalic acid
  • Drying of Adipic acid
  • Method for making adipic acid
  • Process for the production of cyclohexiladipates and adipic acid
  • Separation of aliphatic diacids from adipicacid admixtures thereof
  • Use of Adipic acid as a tableting lubricant


  • Adipic acid Market
  • Changes in Adipic Acid Uses
  • Market details about Adipic acid
  • Demand about Adipic acid
  • Global Adipic Acid Market


  • N2O emission from adipic acid and nitric acid production
  • Abstract of Adipic Acid feasibility study
  • Process in organic chemical industry
  • Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Under The Kyoto Protocol
  • Report on Adipic acid

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