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Encyclopedia > Technora

Technora is the brandname of Teijin Twaron for a aromatic copolyamid. // Teijin Twaron is a member of the Teijin Group since 2000. ... Aramid fiber (1961) is a fire-resistant and strong synthetic fiber. ...

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Production process

The manufacturing process of Technora reacts PPD and 3,4'-diaminodipenylether (3,4'-ODA) with terephtaloyl chloride (TCl). [1] This relatively simple process uses only one amide solvent and therefore spinning can be done directly after the polymer production. PPD may stand for: Postpartum depression Paranoid personality disorder Political parties: Partito Popolare Democratico Svizzero (Switzerland) Partido por la Democracia (Chile) Partido Popular Democrático (Puerto Rico) Partido Popular Democrático (Portugal) P-Phenylenediamine PostScript Printer Description Purified protein derivative (used for tuberculosis testing) Philadelphia Police Department Post-Production Diary... Terephthaloyl chloride Terephthaloyl chloride (TCL, 1,4-benzenedicarbonyl chloride) is one of two monomers used to make Kevlar, the other being p-phenylenediamine, which is also used in some hair sprays. ...


Major industrial uses

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References

  1. ^ Ozawa S (1987). "". Polym. J. Japan 19: 199. 

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