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Clarence C McCorsley III: Process for shaped cellulose article prepared from a solution containing cellulose dissolved in a tertiary amine N-oxide solvent. Akzona Incorporated, Francis W Young, Jack H Hall, January 20, 1981: US04246221 (170 worldwide citation)

A solution containing cellulose dissolved in a tertiary amine N-oxide solvent containing a nonsolvent for cellulose such as water is shaped by extrusion or other shaping process to form a shaped cellulose fiber, rod, plate, tubing or film. The extruded shaped article is stretched in air while still ...


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Clarence C McCorsley III: Shaped cellulose article prepared from a solution containing cellulose dissolved in a tertiary amine N-oxide solvent and a process for making the article. Akzona Incorporated, Francis W Young, Jack H Hall, November 22, 1983: US04416698 (113 worldwide citation)

A solution containing cellulose dissolved in a tertiary amine N-oxide solvent containing a nonsolvent for cellulose such as water is shaped by extrusion or other shaping process to form a shaped cellulose fiber, rod, plate, tubing or film. The extruded shaped article is stretched in air while still ...


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Robert D Harris Jr, James P Parker, Charles L King: Method for making bicomponent fibers. Akzona Incorporated, Jack H Hall, Alan R Stempel, Francis W Young, November 12, 1985: US04552603 (74 worldwide citation)

Novel heat bondable bicomponent fibers useful in the production of nonwoven fabrics, as well as methods for the production of such fibers, are disclosed. The fibers comprise a latently adhesive component for forming interfilamentary bonds upon the application of heat and subsequent cooling, and anot ...


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Neal E Franks, Julianna K Varga: Process for making precipitated cellulose. Akzona Incorporated, Francis W Young, Jack H Hall, Clelle W Upchurch, March 20, 1979: US04145532 (74 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for making precipitated cellulose by dissolving cellulose in a tertiary amine oxide solvent containing from about 1.4 to about 29% of water.


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Neal E Franks, Julianna K Varga: Process for making a shapeable cellulose and shaped cellulose products. Akzona Incorporated, Francis W Young, Jack H Hall, April 1, 1980: US04196282 (69 worldwide citation)

An improved process is provided for making a precipitated cellulose product wherein cellulose is dissolved in a solvent containing both a tertiary amine N-oxide solvent and water and precipitated therefrom with water or other non-solvent for cellulose. The water content of the solution may be adjust ...


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Klaus Gerlach, Nikolaus Mathes, Friedbert Wechs: Fiber structures of split multicomponent fibers and process therefor. Akzona Incorporated, Francis W Young, Jack H Hall, December 16, 1980: US04239720 (67 worldwide citation)

Fibrillatable multicomponent fibers of the matrix segment type and a process for production of fiber structures by splitting shrinkable, basically unset, multi-component fibers consisting of at least two incompatible components which in the fiber cross section are arranged in the form of a matrix an ...


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Alfred Rasen, Rolf Vollbrecht, Klemens Schenesse: Low density matting and process. Akzona Incorporated, John H Shurtleff, Jack H Hall, Francis W Young, February 24, 1981: US04252590 (63 worldwide citation)

A low density matting structure of improved transverse strength obtained by vertically laying continuous melt-spun thermoplastic macrofilaments (diameter=0.1-1.5 mm) onto a horizontally moving profiled support in overlapping rows of irregularly looped filaments to form a peak and valley three-dimens ...


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Clarence C McCorsley III: Process for making amine oxide solution of cellulose. Akzona Incorporated, Francis W Young, Jack H Hall, Clelle W Upchurch, March 13, 1979: US04144080 (59 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for making a solution of cellulose in an amine oxide. In accordance with one aspect of the invention, a solid precursor of a solution of cellulose in a tertiary amine oxide in the form of a chip or the like which has been prepared by suspending cellulose in a mixture containing ...


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Aloysius A J Kramers: Method of forming latent-contractable elastomeric composite yarns. Akzona Incorporated, Jeffrey S Boone, Jack H Hall, Francis W Young, November 19, 1985: US04554121 (46 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for forming composite yarns comprising an elastic filament and at least one relatively inelastic filament, which process comprises entangling a latent-contractable elastomer producing polymer filament with a relatively inelastic filament while the latent-contracta ...


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Santi Kulprathipanja, Anil R Oroskar: Separation of lactic acid from fermentation broth with an anionic polymeric absorbent. UOP, Thomas K McBride, John F Spears Jr, Jack H Hall, November 26, 1991: US05068418 (45 worldwide citation)

Lactic acid is separated from a fermentation broth by using an adsorbent comprising a water-insoluble macroreticular or gel weakly basic anionic exchange resin possessing tertiary amine or pyridine functional groups or a strongly basic anionic exchange resin possessing quaternary amine fuctional gro ...