cyanamid


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a weak soluble dibasic acid (the parent acid of cyanamide salts)

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The American Cyanamid Superfund Site, which once employed more than 3,000 workers, has a history of industrial pollution dating to 1915.
Just as we must act to meet the environmental challenges of the present and the future, we cannot leave unaddressed the toxic legacies of the past like American Cyanamid s site in Bridgewater Township, said Assistant Attorney General John C.
in American Cyanamid applied the traditional prima facie case test and dismissed the interlocutory injunction ordered by the motions judge.
The gene added by both American Cyanamid and the British groups produces a toxin that kills only insects.
American Cyanamid, which manufactures and markets a host of consumer health products as well as vaccines, vitamins and agricultural chemicals, had reportedly been in discussions with London-based SmithKline Beecham PLC for a possible asset swap when AHP made its offer.
Cytec Industries, a business unit of American Cyanamid, announced the purchase of the business relating to the light stabilizers which are marketed under the Topanex trademark and clarifying/nucleating agents, marketed under the Calrifex trademark, from Zeneca Specialties of Wilimington, DE.
A flexible benefit program, commonly referred to as a "cafeteria plan," was the central feature of a new 2-year agreement between the Lederle Laboratories Division of the American Cyanamid Co.
Then came a press release from the Carter Center, in which the ex-president praised American Cyanamid for donating more than $2 million worth of the chemical Abate for the center's program to eradicate Guinea worm disease by 1995.
Before that, he was employed for more than 17 years by American Cyanamid Company (now BASF), last holding the position of President, Latin America South following a career with Cyanamid that encompassed many leadership roles in both Latin America and the U.
The EPA announced a legal agreement with Wyeth Holdings Corporation, a subsidiary of the Pfizer Corporation, to perform pre-construction design work, an initial step in the cleanup of the American Cyanamid Superfund site in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey.
Roasters included (1 to r) Bill Rowland, BASF; Scott Rawlins, Wilbur-Ellis; Thrift; Karen Soule, formerly with American Cyanamid, and Bryan Gentsch, Assn Strategies.
From the 1970s on, many improved hindered phenolic antioxidants arrived from companies like CibaGeigy, American Cyanamid (now Cytec), Great Lakes Chemical (now Chemtura), Uniroyal (now Chemtura), Ashland Chemical, and Mayzo.
Uniondale, NY; 516-222-0023) announced that it has signed a worldwide, non-exclusive, cross-licensing agreement with American Home Products Corporation (Madison, NJ; 201-660-5000) involving OSI's gene transcription patent estate and a family of patents covering yeast screening technologies developed by American Cyanamid, a subsidiary of American Home.
American Cyanamid, and Princeton Financial Systems, Inc.
Researchers at American Cyanamid and elsewhere are also trying to manipulate the DNA of Baculoviruses to enable them to infect more species, he says.