1
Edward J Opersteny, Alfred K Fritzsche: Methods for preparing tube sheets for permeators having hollow fiber membranes. Monsanto Company, Thomas E Kelley, January 25, 1983: US04369605 (72 worldwide citation)

A high degree of openness to the bores of hollow fiber membranes in a tube sheet can be achieved by impacting the region of the tube sheet at which hollow fiber membranes terminate with a particulate abrasive having an average maximum dimension of less than about 70 percent of the minimum dimension ...


2
Duane E King, Billy J Harris, Donald L MacLean, Tommy E Graham: Hollow fiber permeator apparatus. Monsanto Company, Thomas E Kelley, Howard C Stanley, Norman L Balmer, February 16, 1982: US04315819 (64 worldwide citation)

The performance of axially-fed permeators containing a plurality of selectively permeable hollow fibers suitable for the selective permeation of at least one fluid in a fluid mixture containing at least one other component, wherein the hollow fibers are positioned in the permeator to form an elongat ...


3
Yongwei Cao, Gregory J Hinkle, Steven C Slater, Xianfeng Chen, Barry S Goldman: Expression of microbial proteins in plants for production of plants with improved properties. Monsanto Technology, Donna E Scherer, Thomas E Kelley, January 1, 2008: US07314974 (61 worldwide citation)

Recombinant constructs and methods useful for improvement of plants are provided. In particular, recombinant constructs comprising promoters functional in plant cells positioned for expression of polynucleotides encoding polypeptides from microbial sources are provided. The disclosed constructs and ...


4
Tommy E Graham: Hollow fiber permeator. Monsanto Company, Thomas E Kelley, January 4, 1983: US04367139 (57 worldwide citation)

The performance of axially-fed permeators comprising an essentially fluid impermeable tubular shell containing a plurality of selectively permeable hollow fibers suitable for the selective permeation of at least one fluid in a fluid mixture containing at least one other component, wherein the hollow ...


5
Jerry R Ebner, John T Gleaves: Method and apparatus for carrying out catalyzed chemical reactions and for studying catalysts. Monsanto Company, John H Beusen, Thomas E Kelley, Arthur E Hoffman, December 2, 1986: US04626412 (57 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are an apparatus and a method for carrying out and studying catalysis and catalyzed chemical reactions. Disclosed is a reactor with a catalyst zone, under vacuum, into which a very rapid pulse of reactant gas is pulsed. The products are analyzed by a real-time method of analysis, such as m ...


6
Joseph Mantarro, Keh Chang Liu, Barry J Dempsey: Elongated bendable drainage mat. Monsanto Company, Thomas E Kelley, Arthur E Hoffman, February 25, 1986: US04572700 (56 worldwide citation)

Elongated, bendable drainage mat having a rectangular transverse cross section and comprising a polymeric core having a plurality of substantially rigid fingers extending from one side of a layer and an enveloping water permeable fabric having a permittivity from 0.2 seconds.sup.-1 to 2.0 seconds.su ...


7
Anthony Zampini: Tube sheets for permeators. Monsanto Company, Thomas E Kelley, Howard C Stanley, April 6, 1982: US04323453 (51 worldwide citation)

Tube sheets having a plurality of hollow fiber membranes suitable for fluid separations which are adapted to be provided in a fluid tight relationship within a permeator comprise a cured epoxy resin comprising polyglycidyl resin and imidazole curing agent. Methods are provided for making tube sheets ...


8

9
George D Vaughn: Radiation shielding fabric. Monsanto Company, Thomas E Kelley, Mark F Wachter, January 4, 1994: US05275861 (43 worldwide citation)

Electromagnetic radiation shielding textile material comprising metal-coated fabric adapted to be applied with overlapping seams at least 4 cm wide to provide at least 80 dB of far-field shielding against electromagnetic radiation between 0.1 and 10 gigahertz. Fabric, e.g. non-woven nylon fabric, co ...


10
James S Holtrop, Richard P Maurer: Thermoformable laminate structure. Monsanto Company, Thomas E Kelley, November 4, 1986: US04621013 (39 worldwide citation)

A moisture resistant, moldable, thermoformable laminate structure comprising a layer of foamed thermoplastic material having a polymer-impregnated cloth bonded to one surface thereof.