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Zmierczak Wlodzimierz W, Miller Jan D: Processes for catalytic conversion of lignin to liquid bio-fuels. University Of Utah Research Foundation, Zmierczak Wlodzimierz W, Miller Jan D, RICE Vernon R, November 9, 2006: WO/2006/119357 (38 worldwide citation)

Processes for conversion of lignin to liquid products such as bio-fiiels and fuel additives are disclosed and described (Figure 1). A process for conversion of a lignin material to bio- fuels can include subjecting the lignin material to a base catalyzed depolymerization reaction (Stage I) to produc ...


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Miller Jan D, Hupka Jan, Wlodzimierz Zmierczak W: Cyclone reactor and associated methods. University Of Utah, Miller Jan D, Hupka Jan, Wlodzimierz Zmierczak W, NORTH Vaughn W, September 29, 2005: WO/2005/090272 (28 worldwide citation)

A method of synthesizing and reacting compounds in a cyclone reactor (10) is disclosed and described. A liquid carrier can be provided which can include solid catalyst particles, liquid catalysts, and/or liquid reactants. The liquid carrier can be formed into a swirl layer (38) within the cyclone re ...


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Miller Jan D, Munoz Gustavo A, Duyvesteyn Saskia: Magnetic activated carbon particles for adsorption of solutes from solution. University Of Utah Research Foundation, Miller Jan D, Munoz Gustavo A, Duyvesteyn Saskia, SONNTAG James L, September 6, 2002: WO/2002/069351

A composition of and method for forming activated carbon with magnetic properties for magnetic separation of the activated carbon from a liquid being treated is disclosed wherein a solution iron magnetic precursor is intimately mixed or absorbed into a porous carbon precursor or mixed with a solutio ...


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Adams Jack D, Miller Jan D: Materials for removing contaminants from fluids using supports with biologically-derived functionalized groups and methods of forming and using the same. University Of Utah Research Foundation, Adams Jack D, Miller Jan D, ERICKSEN Erik S, October 9, 2008: WO/2008/121833

A modified bioreactor support material having high surface area for removing a contaminant (16) from fluids can include a substrate (10) having a functionalized surface, The functionalized surface can have inorganic or organic non-living functional groups, such that the functional groups bind to or ...


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ADAMS Jack, MILLER Jan D, NEWTON Nicol, NANDURI Madhuri, PEOPLES Mike: [fr] RÉACTEUR ÉLECTROBIOCHIMIQUE, [en] ELECTROBIOCHEMICAL REACTOR. ADAMS Jack, MILLER Jan D, NEWTON Nicol, NANDURI Madhuri, PEOPLES Mike, UNIVERSITY OF UTAH RESEARCH FOUNDATION, ERICKSEN Erik S, January 7, 2010: WO/2010/002503

[en] A method for removing a target compound from a liquid can include arranging two active surfaces so as to be separated by a distance. The active surfaces can be placed within a flow of the liquid and can be capable of supporting an electrical charge, biological growth, and/or enzymes and protein ...



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