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Calvin K Johnson, David R Armbruster: Particles covered with a cured infusible thermoset film and process for their production. Acme Resin Corporation, Stanley M Parmerter, March 27, 1984: US04439489 (113 worldwide citation)

An improved process is provided for preparing a product containing particles individually coated with a cured, thermoset phenolic resin. The process comprises mixing particulate matter with an uncured resin and a lubricant at a temperature which causes curing of the resin. The product obtained by th ...


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Branko Urbas: Recovery of acetic acid from a fermentation broth. CPC International, Stanley M Parmerter, September 20, 1983: US04405717 (40 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for the recovery of acetic acid from dilute aqueous solutions. The acid in the form of its calcium salt is treated with a tertiary amine carbonate and the resulting trialkylammonium acetate is isolated and heated to give the acetic acid plus a tertiary amine.


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Vincent P Chwalek, Richard M Olson: Combined dry-wet milling process for refining corn. CPC International, Stanley M Parmerter, January 1, 1980: US04181748 (33 worldwide citation)

A continuous process for refining whole grain corn to obtain a prime corn starch fraction, an animal feed product and, optionally, corn oil. The process comprises dry milling corn kernels to provide an endosperm fraction, a germ fraction, a fiber (hull) fraction and a cleanings fraction, wet milling ...


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Henry F Zobel, James L Maxwell: Staling resistant baked food product. CPC International, Stanley M Parmerter, September 22, 1981: US04291065 (29 worldwide citation)

The staling of sweet baked goods comprising starch, water and sweetener is reduced from conventional levels. This may be accomplished by incorporating a preservative agent sugar having high unit anti-staling activity into the sweetener and/or by increasing the total amount of sugar in the sweetener.


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Jonathan R Mielenz, Susan Mickel: Process for cloning the gene coding for a thermostable alpha-amylase into Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis. CPC International, Stanley M Parmerter, January 15, 1985: US04493893 (29 worldwide citation)

An improved process for producing a thermostable alpha-amylase enzyme is described. The gene coding for the alpha-amylase is incorporated into a chimeric plasmid which is produced in multiple copies by a host microorganism.


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Robert A Laitar, Eduardo Gomez: Polyurethane binder compositions. Acme Resin Corporation, Stanley M Parmerter, October 8, 1985: US04546124 (25 worldwide citation)

A foundry binder composition which provides foundry cores and molds of superior hot strength comprises a polyisocyanate, a polyhydroxy component and a catalyst. The polyhydroxy component is an alkoxy modified phenolic resole resin containing at least one alkoxy methylene group for every six phenolic ...


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Dennis M Katkocin, Nancy W Zeman, Shiow Shong Yang: Novel thermostable pullulanase enzyme and method for its production. CPC International, Stanley M Parmerter, December 9, 1986: US04628028 (23 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a pullulanase enzyme exhibiting thermostability at a pH of about 5 which is derived from thermophilic, obligately anaerobic bacterium. T. brockii, and to a process for its production. The pullulanase is useful for preparation of maltotriose and for conversion of starch to m ...


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Vincent P Chwalek, Richard M Olson: Wet milling process for refining whole wheat. CPC International, Stanley M Parmerter, October 16, 1979: US04171383 (21 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a continuous process for refining whole grain wheat to obtain a wheat starch fraction and an animal feed product, the process comprising cleaning whole wheat kernels to separate extraneous matter, wet milling the cleaned whole wheat kernels to provide a mill starch slurry, separat ...


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Raja Iyer: Resin binders for foundry sand cores and molds. Acme Resin Corporation, Stanley M Parmerter, June 22, 1982: US04336179 (20 worldwide citation)

A granular composition is provided that is especially useful for the preparation of foundry cores and molds. Incorporated in the composition is a novel resin binder that imparts rapid curing properties to the composition.


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William M Reed: Production of organic acids by a continuous fermentation process. CPC International, Stanley M Parmerter, March 19, 1985: US04506012 (19 worldwide citation)

An improved process for preparing organic acids by a continuous homoacidogenic fermentation is disclosed. This process provides increased volumetric productivity of the acid by employing a microorganism growing on the surface of a support material such as activated carbon or corn cob granules.