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Hettinger William P Jr: Regeneration of catalyst used in the conversion of carbo-metallic containing residual oils.. Ashland Oil, October 26, 1983: EP0092059-A1 (97 worldwide citation)

A two stage (22, 34) regeneration operation under sequential endothermic and exothermic temperature restricted conditions to remove high levels of carbonaceous material contributed by feeds of Conradson carbon content in the range of 2 to 20 is discussed. Initial removal of carbonaceous material of ...


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Dwight F Barger: Single unit RCC. Ashland Oil, Charles A McCrae, Richard C Willson Jr, May 24, 1983: US04384948 (90 worldwide citation)

A process for cracking a carbo-metallic oil feed having an initial boiling point of about 450.degree. F. or below comprising a naturally-occurring crude or a portion of such crude, including a portion boiling above 1000.degree. F. The 650.degree. F. portion is characterized by a carbon residue on py ...


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Steven M Maggard: Spectroscopic instrument calibration. Ashland Oil, Richard C Willson Jr, Stanley M Welsh, September 7, 1993: US05243546 (88 worldwide citation)

A calibrated spectrometer can indirectly determine a physical or chemical property of a sample based upon spectral responses measured by the spectrometer with respect to the particular sample. This invention is directed to a method for calibrating or recalibrating a first spectrometer in light of a ...


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Robins Janis: Resin compositions. Ashland Oil, July 11, 1972: US3676392 (69 worldwide citation)

Novel resin compositions comprising mixture of organic solvent soluble phenolic resin containing benzylic ether linkage and/or methylol end group with polyisocyanate and catalytic concentrations of a base. The resin compositions are capable of curing at room temperature and are useful as coating and ...


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David D Taft, Terry H Shepler: Backsizing carpet with hot melt composition of ethylene copolymer, atactic polypropylene and vulcanized rubber. Ashland Oil, September 21, 1976: US03982051 (57 worldwide citation)

Hot melt compositions containing copolymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate and/or alkyl acrylate wherein the alkyl group contains 1-18 carbon atoms; atactic polypropylene; and vulcanized rubber which are particularly useful as hot melt carpet backing adhesives and as hot melt pressure sensitive adhesi ...


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George D Myers, Paul W Walters, Robert L Cottage: Apparatus for separating solid dispersoids from gaseous streams. Ashland Oil, January 24, 1978: US04070159 (52 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the removal or collection of solid dispersoids in gases which structurally comprises a combination of a gravity settling chamber and a cyclonic separator. In operation, the bulk of the entrained solids of a gas/solid fluid stream is alone discharged from a conduit transporting said ...


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Laurence G Dammann, Gary M Carlson: Tin or bismuth complex catalysts and trigger cure of coatings therewith. Ashland Oil, Mueller and Smith, November 29, 1988: US04788083 (50 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an activatable catalyst which is effective for the reaction of a hydroxyl compound and an isocyanate. Preferably, the catalyst is utilized in the cure of a coating composition of a polyol and a polyisocyanate. The activatable catalyst is activated in the presence of an amine activator o ...


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Stephen S Hupp: Method for evaluating smooth surfaces. Ashland Oil, Wood Herron & Evans, August 1, 1989: US04853777 (50 worldwide citation)

The short-term and long-term waviness of a smooth surface is determined quantitatively by a method which impinges light radiation onto the surface, detects the resultant light image, and mathematically processes that image. The method permits a fast, non-contact evaluation of a smooth surface with g ...


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Steven M Maggard: Octane measuring process and device. Ashland Oil, Richard C Willson Jr, October 16, 1990: US04963745 (50 worldwide citation)

The near infrared absorbance of the methyne band measures octane (pump, RON, and MON) with excellent correlation and can be used for gasoline blending. The absorbance may be measured as the first, second, third, fourth or higher derivative or by other signal processing techniques. The signal can be ...


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Patrick Ralph E, Kmecak Ronald A, Kovach Stephen M: Hydrodealkylation process. Ashland Oil & Refining Company, August 22, 1972: US3686340 (49 worldwide citation)

A novel catalyst system including an active metal oxide selected from the group consisting of noble metals and nickel; a promoter selected from the group consisting of tin and lead; if desired, a second promoter selected from the group consisting of alkali metals, such as potassium, rubidium, cesium ...