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Claude M Finlayson, John W Jordan: Organophilic clay having enhanced dispersibility. N L, G M Nath, R F House, August 8, 1978: US04105578 (69 worldwide citation)

An organophilic clay gellant having enhanced dispersibility in organic systems is prepared from the reaction product of a smectite-type clay having a cation exchange capacity of at least 0.75 milliequivalents per gram and from 1.00 to less than 1.20 milliequivalents per gram of clay of a methyl benz ...


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Granquist William T: Synthetic smectite compositions, their preparation, and their use as thickeners in aqueous systems. N L, Larsen Delmar H, House Roy F, Floersheimer Fred, December 17, 1974: US3855147 (60 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing novel synthetic smectite compositions related to saponite plus accessory hydrous magnesia, and the resulting products. The novel substances have extraordinary swelling and gelling properties in aqueous solutions, including strong electrolyte solutions, and have other specific ...


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Herman Daniel F, Simone Dominic: Process for coating pigment particles with organic polymers. N L, May 20, 1975: US3884871 (59 worldwide citation)

Dispersed solid particles of titanium dioxide pigment in water containing a dispersing agent are treated with an anchoring agent which is adsorbed on the pigment surface and is capable of copolymerization with other vinyl monomers. The desired monomer or mixture of monomers is added with a polymeriz ...


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Gildemeister A Donald: Method of manufacturing foam filled metal bat. N L, April 17, 1973: US3727295 (46 worldwide citation)

A foam filled metal bat and method for making same are disclosed. The bat comprises a die cast, ball-bat shaped hollow tube of substantially uniform wall thickness having an integrally cast knob over an end of a handle portion. The end of a club portion of the tube is open. A rigid urethane foam ext ...


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Grant P Cross, Robert Kagy: Ink jet printing apparatus and process. Printos B V of N L, Robert A Felsman, Charles D Gunter, March 29, 1983: US04378564 (46 worldwide citation)

An ink jet printing apparatus is shown which has a source of pressurized ink connected to a plurality of solenoid valves. Each valve has an input port in fluid communication with the pressurized ink source and an output port. A plurality of jeweled orifice nozzles are provided, each of the nozzles b ...


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Kandemir Huseyin: Precious metal extraction. Aurotech N L, April 8, 1987: GB2180829-A (43 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for the extraction of gold and/or silver from a particulate auriferous or argentiferous sulphide containing substrate which comprises contacting the substrate with an acidic aqueous leach medium containing an aerobic sulphide-oxidizing bacteria so as to oxi ...


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Thomas C Mondshine: Laundering of oil base mud cuttings. N L, August 9, 1977: US04040866 (41 worldwide citation)

A process for removing oil base mud adhering to cuttings obtained in well drilling operations, comprising contacting the cuttings with a solvent consisting essentially of a mixture of ethyleneglycol monoisobutyl ether, diethyleneglycol monobutyl ether acetate, ethyl butyl ketone, ethyleneglycol mono ...


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Rutt Truman C: Ceramic capacitors. N L, July 25, 1972: US3679950 (40 worldwide citation)

A sintered ceramic article which comprises internal electrodes and/or conductors is formed by producing a sintered ceramic body that has areas of ceramic with interconnected pores extending to an outer face thereof and providing a conductor in said porous areas. The ceramic body may be formed by dep ...


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Thomas C Mondshine: Method of simultaneously strengthening the surface of a borehole and bonding cement thereto and method of forming cementitious pilings. N L, Roy F House, Delmar H Larsen, Robert L Lehman, March 29, 1977: US04014174 (39 worldwide citation)

An improved method of consolidating the surface of a borehole in an incompetent formation and simultaneously strengthening the bond between the surface of the borehole and cement placed in the borehole is achieved by forcing an aqueous solution of a multivalent cation salt into the formation, therea ...


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Richard F Lynch: Squeeze casting apparatus and method. N L, Richard D Emch, September 20, 1977: US04049040 (38 worldwide citation)

An improved method of and apparatus for pressure casting metal are disclosed. The method is generally known in the art as "squeeze casting". The present method provides for casting articles under forging pressures in a die to predetermined dimensions regardless of varying amounts of excess of poured ...