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Charles W Jaeger, Donald R Titterington, Hu P Le, Jeffrey J Sopko: Phase change ink composition and phase change ink produced therefrom. Tektronix, John D Winkelman, Jerome S Marger, December 26, 1989: US04889560 (293 worldwide citation)

A phase change ink carrier composition is combined with a compatible colorant to form a phase change ink composition of this invention. A thin film of substantially uniform thickness of that phase change ink carrier composition, and the ink produced therefrom, has a high degree of lightness and chro ...


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Donald R Titterington, Jeffrey J Anderson, James D Rise, Wayne Jaeger: Substrates having a light-transmissive phase change ink printed thereon and methods for producing same. Tektronix, Jerome S Marger, John D Winkelman, Robert S Hulse, December 26, 1989: US04889761 (258 worldwide citation)

A method for producing a light-transmissive phase change ink printed substrate is described which comprises providing a substrate, and then printing on at least one surface of the substrate a predetermined pattern of a light-transmissive phase change ink which initially transmits light in a non-rect ...


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David W Goheen, John S Barton: Process for producing reactive, homogeneous, self-bondable lignocellulose fibers. Crown Zellerbach Corporation, Jerome S Marger, Corwin R Horton, May 10, 1977: US04022965 (91 worldwide citation)

A novel process for producing reactive, homogeneous, self-bondable lignocellulose fibers is provided in which individual, separate, lignocellulose fibers are oxidatively modified, employing oxidative reagent system. Pursuant to the teachings of the present invention, the oxidative modification step ...


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Sangho E Back, Imants Reba: Process for producing convoluted, fiberized, cellulose fibers and sheet products therefrom. Crown Zellerbach Corporation, Jerome S Marger, Corwin R Horton, July 19, 1977: US04036679 (71 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for producing novel convoluted, fiberized substantially nonfibrillated, cellulose fibers and novel sheet products from low moisture-content cellulose pulp, at a high through-put rate, which includes the application of contortive forces to a pulp mass under controlled operating ...


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Gary C Causley, Mary J Peterson: Ink jet printer ink composition and process for producing same. Tektronix, John D Winkelman, Jerome S Marger, April 4, 1989: US04818285 (39 worldwide citation)

The ink compositions of this invention comprise four aqueous component ink compositions including four different water-soluble dyes, namely, water-soluble cyan, magenta, yellow and black dyes. These component ink compositions, when used together, produce a hard copy image having a color gamut that v ...


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Paul C Litzinger: Novel aggregate composition and method for making same. Crown Zellerbach Corporation, Jerome S Marger, January 19, 1982: US04311115 (35 worldwide citation)

A novel aggregate composition is provided comprising (a) pulp mill solid waste material, and (b) partially pyrolyzed cellulosic residue, as well as a method for making same. The subject aggregate composition exhibits a high degree of water absorbency and odor absorbency, respectively, and is adapted ...


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C Wayne Jaeger, Curtis F Sheley: Phase change ink colorants and phase change inks produced therefrom. Tektronix, John D Winkleman, Jerome S Marger, January 28, 1992: US05084099 (34 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to modified phase change ink compatible colorants which comprise a phase change ink soluble complex of(a) a tertiary alkyl primary amine and (b) dye chromophores, i.e., materials that absorb light in the visible wavelength region to produce color having at least one pendant ac ...


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George E Ohrberg, James R O Dair: Forestry site preparation system. Crown Zellerbach Corporation, Jerome S Marger, October 26, 1982: US04355670 (27 worldwide citation)

A forestry site preparation system is provided for removing woody material, including trees, stumps and slash from forest terrain. The system includes clearing means having a means attached thereto for fragmenting the woody material and directing the particulate masses produced by this fragmentation ...


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David W Goheen, Michael D Fahey: Process for making high-strength, high-yield sulfite-modified thermomechanical pulp and a linerboard composition produced therefrom. Crown Zellerbach Corporation, Jerome S Marger, March 20, 1979: US04145246 (25 worldwide citation)

A high-strength, high-yield sulfite-modified thermomechanical pulp is formed by subjecting lignocellulose to multistage mechanical attrition, the first stage being conducted at elevated temperature and pressure and the second stage being run under atmospheric conditions. A sulfite chemical is added ...


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William G Whalley: Process for producing mercaptophenols. Crown Zellerbach Corporation, Jerome S Marger, April 20, 1976: US03952064 (17 worldwide citation)

A selective process for producing mercaptophenols is achieved by reducing the polysulfides which result from contacting phenols with sulfur chloride in a polar solvent reaction medium including a hydrogen chloride promoter, wherein the concentration of phenols is relatively dilute. The process selec ...