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Kim Doreen Pierotti, Raja Rao Wusirika: Porous metal bodies. Corning Glass Works, SHEN ZHAONAN, December 14, 1988: CN88103047 (4 worldwide citation)

This invention is concerned with the production of hard, porous, sintered bodies consisting essentially of Al and Fe with, optionally, Sn and/or Cu and/or Cr. The mechanism of the invention relies upon the presence of a small amount of Mg and/or Ca to act as a getter for oxygen. In the preferred emb ...


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Francesco Dalle Valle: Method of making pharmaceutical hyaluronic acid components and medical therefrom. Fidia, SHEN ZHAONAN, October 8, 1986: CN85102921

Two kinds of pharmaceutical hyaluronic acid components are obtained. The first one, which can be used for wound healing up, has a molecular weight of 50,000 to 100,000, while the second one 500,000 to 730,000, can be used as injection into eyeballs and joint cavities. Hyaluronic acid components can ...


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Kenneth Chyung, Kishor Purushottam Gadkaree, Reid Franklin Cooper, Ronald Leroy Steward Mark Peter Taylor: Reinforcement of alkaline earth aluminosilicate glass-ceramics. Corning Glass Works, Usa, SHEN ZHAONAN, October 15, 1986: CN85108548

The present invention is directed to SiC whisker and/or fiber reinforced glass-ceramic matrix composite articles wherein an alkaline earth aluminosilicate constitutes the predominant crystal phase. More particularly the composite articles will consist essentially of 10-60% by weight SiC whiskers and ...


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Peter David Holtshousen: Process for preparation of antibacterial unguent. Euroceltique, Luxembourg, SHEN ZHAONAN, June 24, 1987: CN85109101

An antibacterial unguent for local treatment contains an antibacterial agent and a substrate. The substrate consists of 20% to 50% (weight/weight ratio) of hydrocarbon and polyhydroxyl compounds. For the antibacterial agent, an iodine transfer agent, especially polyethylene pyrrolidone iodine (povid ...


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