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Jan Bock, Patrick P McCall, Max L Robbins, Michael Siskin: In situ shale-oil recovery process. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Henry E Naylor, July 10, 1984: US04458757 (249 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a process for converting organic material of oil-shale to predominantly liquids. The oil-shale is first heated to a temperature from about 360.degree. C. to 475.degree. C. in an anionic atmosphere. The resulting liquids and gases are collected and the residue is extracted with a microem ...


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Alfred R Merritt, Theodore M Cooke, An Chung R Lin, Richard G Whitfield: Natural wax-containing ink jet inks. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Robert S Salzman, June 28, 1983: US04390369 (230 worldwide citation)

A natural wax-containing ink jet ink for use in an ink jet apparatus which features good print quality. The ink jet ink is discharged from the ink jet ink apparatus at elevated temperatures above ambient.


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Alfred R Merritt, Theodore M Cooke, An Chung R Lin, Richard G Whitfield: Natural wax-containing ink jet inks. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, November 27, 1984: US04484948 (182 worldwide citation)

A natural wax-containing ink jet ink for use in an ink jet apparatus which features good print quality. The ink jet ink is discharged from the ink jet ink apparatus at elevated temperatures above ambient.


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Harry W Deckman, John H Dunsmuir: Procedure for fabrication of microstructures over large areas using physical replication. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Ronald D Hantman, April 23, 1985: US04512848 (136 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an improved replication process which copies a master pattern onto an intermediate transfer mask which is then used to form a lithographic mask on the surface of a substrate. A pattern derived from the original master pattern is then produced in the substrate by an etching p ...


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Richard H Baker: Method of and apparatus for enabling output power of solar panel to be maximized. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Allan M Lowe, March 1, 1983: US04375662 (129 worldwide citation)

The d.c. power supplied by a photovoltaic solar panel to a load is controlled by monitoring the slope of the panel voltage vs. current characteristic and adjusting the current supplied by the panel to the load so that the slope is approximately unity. The slope is monitored by incrementally changing ...


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Stuart D Howkins: Ink jet method and apparatus. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Norman L Norris, July 10, 1984: US04459601 (117 worldwide citation)

An ink jet includes a variable volume chamber with an ink droplet ejecting orifice. The volume of the chamber is varied by a transducer which expands and contracts in a direction having at least a component extending parallel with the axis ink droplet ejection from the orifice. The transducer commun ...


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Charles H Mauldin: Cobalt catalysts for the conversion of methanol to hydrocarbons and for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Llewellyn A Proctor, February 4, 1986: US04568663 (113 worldwide citation)

A rhenium promoted cobalt catalyst, especially a rhenium and thoria promoted cobalt catalyst, and process for the conversion of methanol to hydrocarbons. Methanol is contacted, preferably with added hydrogen, over said catalyst, or synthesis gas is contacted over said catalyst to produce, at reactio ...


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Harry W Deckman, John H Dunsmuir: Natural lithographic fabrication of microstructures over large areas. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Ronald D Hantman, October 4, 1983: US04407695 (109 worldwide citation)

Large area random and mosaic arrays of identical submicron microcolumnar structures can be produced on surfaces by directionally ion etching a monolayer film of spherical colloidal particles.


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Stuart S Goldstein, William J Calvin, Harry A Marshall: Production of methanol via catalytic coal gasification. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Yale S Finkle, September 7, 1982: US04348487 (81 worldwide citation)

Methanol is produced by gasifying a carbonaceous feed material with steam in the presence of a carbon-alkali metal catalyst and added hydrogen and carbon monoxide at a temperature between about 1000.degree. F. and about 1500.degree. F. and at a pressure in excess of about 100 psia to produce a raw p ...


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Michael A Gibson, Robert E Pennington, George T Arnold: Method for recovery of hydrocarbons from oil-bearing limestone or dolomite. Exxon Research And Engineering Co, Yale S Finkle, January 4, 1983: US04366864 (76 worldwide citation)

Hydrocarbon liquids and/or gases are recovered from thick underground deposits of oil-bearing limestone or dolomite by drilling two or more boreholes from the earth's surface into the lower part of the deposit, establishing communication between the boreholes, burning the oil in said limestone or do ...