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Norman L Lacourse, Paul A Altieri: Biodegradable packaging material and the method of preparation thereof. National Starch and Chemical Corporation, Eugene Zagarella Jr, Edwin M Szala, September 5, 1989: US04863655 (151 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable packaging material comprising an expanded high amylose starch product having at least 45% by weight amylose content, said expanded product having a low density, closed cell structure with good resilience and compressibility.


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Daniel B Solarek, Patrick G Jobe, Martin M Tessler: Polysaccharide derivatives containing aldehyde groups, their preparation from the corresponding acetals and use as paper additives. National Starch and Chemical Corporation, Margaret B Kelley, Edwin M Szala, June 23, 1987: US04675394 (123 worldwide citation)

Polysaccharide aldehydes having the general structure ##STR1## such as starch, cellulose and gum aldehydes, are useful for imparting wet, dry, or temporary wet strength to paper. They are prepared by a non-oxidative method which involves reacting the polysaccharide base, in the presence of alkali, w ...


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Norman L Lacourse, Paul A Altieri: Biodegradable shaped products and the method of preparation thereof. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Eugene Zagarella Jr, Edwin M Szala, August 27, 1991: US05043196 (120 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable shaped product comprising an expanded high amylose starch product having at least 45% by weight amylose content, said expanded product having a low density, closed cell structure with good resilience and compressibility.


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Norman L Lacourse, Paul A Altieri: Biodegradable shaped products and the method of preparation thereof. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Eugene Zagarella Jr, Edwin M Szala, July 30, 1991: US05035930 (118 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable shaped product comprising an expanded high amylose starch product having at least 45% by weight amylose content, said expanded product having a low density, closed cell structure with good resilience and compressibility.


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Julianne M Lenchin, Paolo C Trubiano, Stella Hoffman: Converted starches for use as a fat- or oil-replacement in foodstuffs. National Starch and Chemical Corporation, Edwin M Szala, Margaret B Kelley, April 9, 1985: US04510166 (88 worldwide citation)

Converted starches, which with water form gels having a neutral taste and perferably a creamy, smooth consistency, are suitable as fat-and/or oil-replacements in various foodstuffs, especially high fat-and/or oil-containing foodstuffs such as ice cream and mayonnaise.


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John J Tsai, Patrick G Jobe, Robert L Billmers: Polysaccharide graft polymers containing acetal groups and their conversion to aldehyde groups. National Starch and Chemical Corporation, Margaret B Kelley, Edwin M Szala, September 12, 1989: US04866151 (80 worldwide citation)

Polysaccharide graft polymers which comprise an acetal-containing or aldehyde-containing homopolymer or copolymer grafted to a polysaccharide base have been prepared. The monomer repeating units in the homopolymer are derived from one or more ethylenically or allylically unsaturated monomers contain ...


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Martin M Skoultchi, Nicholas V Merlo: Acrylic adhesive composition and organoboron initiator system. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Eugene Zagarella Jr, Edwin M Szala, April 21, 1992: US05106928 (79 worldwide citation)

A two-part initiator system useful in acrylic adhesive compositions comprising in one-part a stable organoboron amine complex and in the second part an organic acid destabilizer or activator. This initiator is particularly useful in elastomeric acrylic adhesive compositions and provides a fast, room ...


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Paul A Altieri: Biodegradable shaped products and the method of preparation thereof. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Eugene Zagarella Jr, Edwin M Szala, October 6, 1992: US05153037 (75 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable shaped product comprising an expanded modified flour product preferably having at least 40% by weight amylose content and containing about 2% or more by weight of an inorganic water soluble salt, said expanded product having a low density, closed cell structure with good resilience a ...


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Daniel B Solarek, Patrick G Jobe, Martin M Tessler, Robert L Billmers, Diane J Lamb, John J Tsai: Acetals useful for the preparation of polysaccharide derivatives. National Starch and Chemical Corporation, Margaret B Kelley, Edwin M Szala, February 14, 1989: US04804769 (72 worldwide citation)

Polysaccharide aldehydes having the formula Sacch-O-CH.sub.2 -CH.dbd.CH-CHO, Sacch-O-CH.sub.2 -C.tbd.C-CHO, ##STR1## such as starch, cellulose, and gum aldehydes, are useful for imparting wet, dry, or temporary wet strength to paper. They are prepared by a non-oxidative method which involves reactin ...


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John J Tsai, Patrick G Jobe, Diane J Lamb, Robert L Billmrs, Martin M Tessler: Acetals useful for the preparation of polysaccharide derivatives. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Margaret B Kelley, Edwin M Szala, January 8, 1991: US04983748 (69 worldwide citation)

Polysaccharide aldehydes having the formula Sacch--O--CH.sub.2 --CH.dbd.CH--CHO, Saach--O--CH.sub.2 --C.tbd.C--CHO, ##STR1## starch, cellulose, and gum aldehydes, are useful for imparting wet, dry, or temporary wet strength to paper. They are prepared by a non-oxidative method which involves reactin ...



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