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Butin Robert R, Keller James P, Harding John W: Non-woven mats by melt blowing. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Burgess Timothy L, Roth David A, November 19, 1974: US3849241 (1082 worldwide citation)

Melt blown non-woven mats prepared from thermoplastic polymer fibers and substantially completely free of polymer shot are produced at high polymer throughput rates in an improved melt blowing process in which thermoplastic polymer resins, preferably polypropylene, having initial intrinsic viscositi ...


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Robert E Pennington, Michael A Gibson, George T Arnold: Recovery of hydrocarbons from coal. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, James E Reed, December 28, 1976: US03999607 (314 worldwide citation)

Coal liquids and gases are recovered from a thick underground coal seam by drilling one or more boreholes from the earth's surface into the lower part of the seam, burning out the coal over a limited area near the bottom of the seam, collapsing the overlying coal to form a rubblized zone extending v ...


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Glen Brons, Ronald D Myers, Roby Bearden: Continuous in-situ combination process for upgrading heavy oil. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Linda M Scuorzo, August 10, 1999: US05935421 (251 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an integrated, continuous process for the removal of organically bound sulfur (e.g., mercaptans, sulfides and thiophenes) comprising the steps of contacting a heavy oil, sodium hydroxide, hydrogen and water at a temperature of from about 380.degree. C. to 450.degree. C. to p ...


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Keith K Aldous, Jacob B Angelo, Joseph P Boyle: Process for manufacturing improved process oils using extraction of hydrotreated distillates. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Joseph J Dvorak, August 29, 2000: US06110358 (204 worldwide citation)

A method for producing a process oil in which a naphthenic rich distillate is processed through a single hydrotreating stage, the hydrotreated distillate is then solvent extracted to yield a process oil which passes IP-346 and AMES screening test.


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Robert R Buntin, James P Keller, John W Harding: Melt blowing process. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, J B Burgess, D A Roth, August 31, 1976: US03978185 (195 worldwide citation)

Melt blown non-woven mats prepared from thermoplastic polymer fibers and substantially completely free of polymer shot are produced at high polymer throughput rates in an improved melt blowing process in which thermoplastic polymer resins, preferably polypropylene, having initial intrinsic viscositi ...


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Steinkamp Robert A, Grail Thomas J: Polymers with improved properties and process therefor. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Roth David A, January 21, 1975: US3862265 (187 worldwide citation)

Modified polymers, praticularly polyolefins having improved flow and in some instances improved adhesion properties over that of a polymeric, e.g. polyolefin, base stock used as a starting material, are produced by a controlled reaction often involving degradation in an extruder, in which an initiat ...


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Lyon Richard K: Method for the reduction of the concentration of NO in combustion effluents using ammonia. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Corcoran John Paul, August 19, 1975: US3900554 (171 worldwide citation)

The subject invention relates to a method for reducing the concentration of NO from combustion effluents, said method comprising the step of contacting an effluent stream containing NO contamination with a sufficient amount of ammonia in the presence of a sufficient amount of O.sub.2 and at a suffic ...


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Robert E Randelman, Ronald R Chance: Automatic vehicle recognition and customer billing system. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Ronald D Hantman, December 10, 1991: US05072380 (168 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a system and method for identifying a vehicle in a prescribed area of a service station and associating services with the vehicle. Each vehicle includes a transponder. Communication between the transponder and the service stations is via radio frequency signals.


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Stuart L Soled, Kenneth L Riley, Gary P Schleicher: Hydroprocessing using bulk Group VIII/Group VIB catalysts (HEN-9901). Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Henry E Naylor, Gerard J Hughes, December 19, 2000: US06162350 (153 worldwide citation)

Hydroprocessing of petroleum and chemical feedstocks using bulk Group VIII/Group VIB catalysts. Preferred catalysts include those comprised of Ni--Mo--W.


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James M Brown: Method for correcting spectral data for data due to the spectral measurement process itself and estimating unknown property and/or composition data of a sample using such method. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Jay Simon, June 9, 1992: US05121337 (151 worldwide citation)

For correcting measured spectral data of n samples for data due to the measurement process itself, e.g. due to spectral baseline variations and/or water vapor and carbon dioxide present in the atmosphere of the spectrometer used to make the spectral measurements, the spectral being quantified at f d ...



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