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Richard B Provonchee, Francis H Kirkpatrick: Gel-in-matrix containing a fractured hydrogel. FMC Corporation, Mark A Greenfield, Richard E Elden, Robert L Andersen, January 11, 1994: US05277915 (80 worldwide citation)

A three dimensional porous matrix, such as a reticulated open-cell foam, having within its matrix structure a mechanically-fractured hydrogel containing a network of fracture channels. The mechanically-fractured hydrogel may be a gel that has been partially dewatered by compression of the gel in sit ...


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Samuel Nochumson, Bruce S Goldberg: Method for separation and recovery of biological materials. FMC Corporation, Richard E Elden, Mark A Greenfield, Polly E Ramstad, September 3, 1996: US05552325 (55 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a centrifuge tube containing a porous selection means for selectively separating and recovering biological substances from gels, broths, or solutions containing the same, and thus concentrating them, the tube comprising separate upper and lower containers and means for joining the two c ...


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Richard A Brown, Robert D Norris: Method for decontaminating a permeable subterranean formation. FMC Corporation, Richard E Elden, Robert L Andersen, May 27, 1986: US04591443 (54 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a process to oxidize a contaminant in a permeable subterranean formation by introducing an aqueous treating solution into the formation which solution contains hydrogen peroxide and a compound to control the mobility of the aqueous solution by increasing the viscosity, the d ...


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Domingo C Tuason Jr, Emanuel J McGinley: Microcrystalline cellulose-based stabilizer system for dry mix instant chocolate drink. FMX Corporation, Stanford M Back, Patrick C Baker, Richard E Elden, December 25, 1990: US04980193 (40 worldwide citation)

A dry powder stabilizing agent useful for suspending cocoa solids in dry mix instant chocolate drink formulations that are reconstituted with hot water. The stabilizing agent is a coprocessed, codried powdered composition containing colloidal microcrystalline cellulose, a minor amount of starch, and ...


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Robert C Michaelson: Preparation of hydrogen peroxide from its elements. FMC Corporation, Richard E Elden, Christopher Egolf, August 31, 1982: US04347232 (40 worldwide citation)

Hydrogen peroxide is prepared by the homogeneously catalyzed reaction of hydrogen and oxygen in an inert organic solvent, by employing a palladium complex, selected from palladium(O) complexes of dibenzylidene acetone, as the catalyst.


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Robert C Michaelson: Preparation of hydrogen peroxide from its elements. FMC Corporation, Richard E Elden, Christopher Egolf, August 31, 1982: US04347231 (29 worldwide citation)

Hydrogen peroxide is prepared by the homogeneously catalyzed reaction of hydrogen and oxygen in an inert organic solvent, by employing an iridium complex as the catalyst in the presence of a quinone reaction promoter.


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Richard A Brown, Robert D Norris: Composition and method for treating a subterranean formation. FMC Corporation, Richard E Elden, Robert L Andersen, November 12, 1985: US04552674 (26 worldwide citation)

An aqueous composition has been developed to treat subterranean formations whereby the compositions can maintain for a period of time a sufficient viscosity to function as a hydraulic fluid and optionally to support particulate matter. Subsequently, the viscosity of the composition decreases to faci ...


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Charles W Lutz: Vapor hydrogen peroxide bleach delivery. FMC Corporation, Richard E Elden, Eugene G Horsky, July 26, 1983: US04395261 (25 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the dispensing of hydrogen peroxide into a clothes dryer. The aqueous hydrogen peroxide is placed into a container with a microporous, hydrophobic surface which is heated whereby the hydrogen peroxide is vaporized and delivered to the interior of the dryer where it is availa ...


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Quentin G Hopkins, Jhonce N Browning: Stabilization of high purity hydrogen peroxide. FMC Corporation, Richard E Elden, Eugene G Seems, August 13, 1985: US04534945 (22 worldwide citation)

An aqueous 25% to 35% solution of hydrogen peroxide with a residue on evaporation of 20 mg/l or less are stabilized against decomposition by a maximum of 1.4 mg/l tin. The tin is maintained in the solution in the form of a very fine colloidal sol by the addition of a maximum of 2-5 mg/kg of phosphat ...


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Richard A Brown, Robert D Norris: Composition and method for treating a subterranean formation. FMC Corporation, Richard E Elden, Robert L Andersen, November 12, 1985: US04552675 (20 worldwide citation)

An aqueous composition has been developed to treat subterranean formations whereby the compositions can maintain for a period of time a sufficient viscosity to function as a hydraulic fluid and optionally to support particulate matter. Subsequently, the viscosity of the composition decreases to faci ...