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Lawrence W Miller: Fast-fluidized bed reactor for MTO process. UOP, John G Tolomei, Frank S Molinaro, Richard P Silverman, December 26, 2000: US06166282 (108 worldwide citation)

An oxygenate conversion process and fast-fluidized bed reactor are disclosed having an upper disengaging zone and a lower reaction zone. The process is carried out in a reaction zone having a dense phase zone in the lower reaction zone and a transition zone which extends into the disengaging zone. T ...


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Paul T Barger, Stephen T Wilson, Jennifer S Holmgren: Metal aluminophosphate catalyst for converting methanol to light olefins. UOP, Thomas K McBride, Eugene I Snyder, Frank S Molinaro, June 30, 1992: US05126308 (108 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an improved process for converting methanol to light olefins and to a catalyst for carrying out the process. The catalyst comprises a metal aluminophosphate molecular sieve having the empirical formula (EL.sub.x Al.sub.y P.sub.z)O.sub.2 where EL is a metal and x, y and z ar ...


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Lisa M Rohde, Gregory J Lewis, Mark A Miller, Jaime G Moscoso, Jana L Gisselquist, R Lyle Patton, Stephen T Wilson, Deng Yang Jan: Crystalline aluminosilicate zeolitic composition: UZM-8. UOP, John G Tolomei, Frank S Molinaro, June 29, 2004: US06756030 (102 worldwide citation)

Applicants have synthesized a family of microporous aluminosilicate zeolites and substituted versions thereof which are identified as UZM-8. These new compositions can be prepared using either only one or more organoammonium cations, such as diethyldimethylammonium or ethyltrimethylammonium cations ...


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Paul T Barger, Stephen T Wilson, Jennifer S Holmgren: Process for converting methanol to olefins using an improved metal aluminophosphate catalyst. UOP, Thomas K McBride, Eugene I Snyder, Frank S Molinaro, March 2, 1993: US05191141 (87 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an improved process for converting methanol to light olefins using an ELAPO catalyst. The catalyst comprises a metal aluminophosphate molecular sieve having the empirical formula (EL.sub.x Al.sub.y P.sub.z)O.sub.2 where EL is a metal and x,y and z are mole fractions of EL, ...


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Masaru Ichikawa, Ryuichiro Ohnishi, Linsheng Wang: Catalyst for the conversion of low carbon number aliphatic hydrocarbons to higher carbon number hydrocarbons, process for preparing the catalyst and process using the catalyst. UOP, John G Tolomei, Frank S Molinaro, July 30, 2002: US06426442 (83 worldwide citation)

A catalyst for producing higher carbon number hydrocarbons, e.g., benzene from low carbon number hydrocarbons such as methane has been developed. The catalyst comprises a porous support such as ZSM-5 which has dispersed thereon rhenium and a promoter metal such as iron, cobalt, vanadium, manganese, ...


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Michael G Henk, Jack C Summers II: Layered automotive catalytic composite. Allied Signal, Frank S Molinaro, Harold N Wells, Roger H Criss, September 19, 1989: US04868148 (82 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a catalytic composite for treating an exhaust gas comprising a first support which is refractory inorganic oxide having dispersed thereon at least one noble metal component and having dispersed immediately thereon an overlayer comprising at least one oxygen storage componen ...


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Stephen R Dunne, Raymond A Reber: Use of a molecular sieve bed to minimize emissions during cold start of internal combustion engines. UOP, Thomas K McBride, Eugene I Snyder, Frank S Molinaro, September 24, 1991: US05051244 (67 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for treating an engine exhaust gas stream. The process involves first flowing the engine exhaust stream, which is relatively cool, over an adsorbent zone which comprises an adsorbent bed, i.e., a molecular sieve bed, capable of preferentially adsorbing pollutants ...


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Maureen L Bricker, R Joe Lawson: Catalyst for treatment of exhaust gases from internal combustion engines and method of manufacturing the catalyst. Allied Signal, Thomas K McBride, Eugene I Snyder, Frank S Molinaro, December 13, 1988: US04791091 (67 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a catalytic composite for treating an exhaust gas comprising a support which is a refractory inorganic oxide having dispersed thereon lanthanum, at least one other rare earth component and at least one noble metal component selected from the group consisting of platinum, pa ...


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John D Sherman, David S Bem, Gregory J Lewis: Process for removing toxins from bodily fluids using zirconium or titanium microporous compositions. UOP, John G Tolomei, Frank S Molinaro, December 25, 2001: US06332985 (63 worldwide citation)

A process for removing toxins from fluids, such as bodily fluids or a dialysate solution, is disclosed. The process involves contacting the fluid with a microporous ion exchanger to remove toxins in the fluid. The microporous ion exchangers are represented by the following empirical formulae:


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Richard R Willis, David S Bem, Daniel L Ellig: Process and composition for removing toxins from bodily fluids. UOP, John G Tolomei, Frank S Molinaro, June 17, 2003: US06579460 (63 worldwide citation)

A process and a composite for removing toxic cations and anions from blood or dialysate is disclosed. The process involves contacting blood or dialysate with a shaped ion exchange composite to remove ammonium and phosphate ions. The composite is a mixture of an anion exchange composition such as zir ...