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Rajiv Banavali
Rajiv M Banavali, Bharati Dinkar Chheda, Guido Mazza Manari: Formulations useful as asphaltene dispersants in petroleum products. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, March 9, 2010: US07674365 (4 worldwide citation)

A composition comprising: (i) a chelating aminocarboxylic acid-C8-C22 amine complex; (ii) a C15-C21 bis(2-hydroxyethyl)amide; and (iii) a C15-C44 imidazoline compound.


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Rajiv Banavali
Ravindranath Mukkamala, Rajiv Manohar Banavali: Compounds containing amide and carboxyl groups as asphaltene dispersants in crude oil. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, October 17, 2006: US07122112 (3 worldwide citation)

A composition containing: (a) 0.001% to 20% of at least one compound represented by formula (II), wherein R5 is C1–C70 difunctional alkyl or C6–C14 difunctional aryl, and R3and R4 independently are hydrogen, alkyl, heterocyclic, aryl or aralkyl groups; and (b) crude oil. In addition to dispersing as ...


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Rajiv Banavali
Rajiv Manohar Banavali, Gregory C Pierce: Method for esterification of free fatty acids in triglycerides. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, June 23, 2009: US07550614 (3 worldwide citation)

A method for esterification of free fatty acids in triglycerides, with C1-C8 aliphatic alcohols. The method uses an acidic ion exchange resin as a catalyst. The catalyst is contacted with a reaction mixture containing a triglyceride having at least 1% free fatty acids and a C1-C8 aliphatic alcohol u ...


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Rajiv Banavali
Rajiv Manohar Banavali, Randall Wayne Stephens: Chemical markers. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, August 28, 2012: US08252594 (2 worldwide citation)

A composition containing a petroleum hydrocarbon, a biodiesel fuel or an ethanol fuel, and an organic marker compound.


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Rajiv Banavali
Rajiv Manohar Banavali, Kim Sang Ho: Method for monitoring degradation of lubricating oils. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, December 22, 2009: US07635596

A method for monitoring degradation of lubricating oils. The method comprises steps of: (a) adding to a lubricating oil at least one compound having formula (I) wherein R1 and R2 independently are hydrogen, hydroxy, OR11, amino or NR11R12; R3 and R5 independently are alkyl, aryl, aralkyl, heteroalky ...


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Rajiv Banavali
Gene Kelly Norris, Rajiv Manohar Banavali: High-melting wax useful for sintering metals. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, March 7, 2006: US07009030

A wax containing the reaction product of: (a) a C6–C12 linear dicarboxylic acid; and (b) a diamine of formula H2N(CH2)nNH2, wherein n is an integer from 2 to 6, and the molar ratio of the C6–C12 linear dicarboxylic acid to the diamine is from 0.97 to 1.06.


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John Yamamoto
Anthony Rocco Cartolano, Sergei Vladimirovich Ivanov, Cheryl Irene Teich, John Hiroshi Yamamoto: Synthesis of amine boranes. Rohm and Haas Company, Air Products and Chemicals, Kenneth Crimaldi, October 18, 2011: US08039666

A method for preparing an amine borane from an alkali metal borohydride and an amine salt. The alkali metal borohydride is allowed to react with 0.95 to 1.05 equivalents of the amine salt in a solvent which contains water and an amine.


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Rajiv Banavali
Rajiv Manohar Banavali, Bharati Dinkar Chheda, Barry Weinstein: Preparation of nitrones. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, June 11, 2013: US08461387

A method for producing a nitrone of formula (I) wherein R is a branched alkyl group having from four to thirty carbon atoms; R1, R2, R3 and R4 independently are hydrogen or alkyl groups having from one to six carbon atoms from an imine having formula (II)


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John Yamamoto
Curtis Schwartz, John Hiroshi Yamamoto: Stable high-temperature borohydride formulation. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, January 19, 2010: US07648644

A stabilized aqueous mixture containing at least one borohydride compound and at least one metal hydroxide compound. The mixture has improved stability with regard to decomposition of borohydride, especially at elevated temperatures.


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Rajiv Banavali
Rajiv Manohar Banavali, Bharati Dinkar Chheda, Barry Weinstein: Preparation of nitrones. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, June 18, 2013: US08466319

A method for producing a nitrone of formula (I) wherein R is a branched alkyl group having from four to thirty carbon atoms; R1, R2, R3 and R4 independently are hydrogen or alkyl groups having from one to six carbon atoms from an imine having formula (II)