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Laughlin Robert Gene, Heuring Vincent Paul: Detergent composition having enhanced particulate soil removal performance. The Procter & Gamble Company, Witte Richard C, Filcik Julius P, Wilson Charles R, December 30, 1975: US3929678 (472 worldwide citation)

Detergent compositions are disclosed incorporating combinations of specified ethoxylated zwitterionic compounds with other types of surfactants and with detergent builders to give enhanced particulate soil removal.


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Wise Rodney M: Sulfated alkyl ethoxylate-containing detergent composition. The Procter & Gamble Company, Yetter J J, Wilson Charles R, Collins Forrest L, October 28, 1975: US3915903 (81 worldwide citation)

Process for producing a spray-dried sulfated alkyl ethoxylate-containing detergent composition. A water-soluble salt of an organic compound having from 1 to 6 carbon atoms substituted with a sulfate or sulfonate group and at least one carboxyl group is added to an aqueous slurry containing the deter ...


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Kingry Gary W, Lahrman Frank H: Process for preparing a granular automatic dishwashing detergent composition. The Procter & Gamble Company, Wilson Charles R, Filcik Julius P, Witte Richard C, June 10, 1975: US3888781 (25 worldwide citation)

A method of producing an automatic dishwasher detergent composition comprising the steps of charging a particulate alkaline builder salt to a mixture zone, agitating the particulate matter and spraying thereon a mixture of liquid silicate and nonionic detergent. The resultant composition is in the f ...


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Smith Eldon F: Bladder for use in a sportsball. Smith Eldon F, WILSON Charles R, November 10, 1994: WO/1994/025117

A bladder (10) for use in a sportsball such as a soccer ball or volleyball has good air retention and excellent durability. It is molded to substantially conform to a shape consistent with the shape of the sportsball. The bladder comprises a hollow inner core (11) for holding pressurized air and hav ...


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Donahue P Richard: Multi-layer sheet of repositional posting sheetlets. Donahue P Richard, WILSON Charles R, December 18, 2003: WO/2003/104347

A multi-layer sheet has individual posting sheetlets in a side-by-side relationship. The multi-layer sheet comprises a base release sheet, the posting sheetlets in a flat sheet form, and a removable cover sheet. The posting sheetlets are loosely held together in a manner whereby an individual postin ...


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Donahue Richard P: Repositional staggered edge posting sheetlets. Donahue Richard P, WILSON Charles R, August 21, 2003: WO/2003/068493

A multi-layer sheet (10) has individual staggered edge posting sheetlets (11)in a side-by-side relationship. The multi-layer sheet(10) comprises a base release sheet (14) the posting sheetlets (11) in a flat sheet form, and a removable cover sheet (15). The posting sheetlets (11) are loosely held to ...


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Mcdaniel Harry C: Luster pigment application methods. Mcdaniel Harry C, WILSON Charles R, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025491

An application method for luster pigments based on inorganic platelet-like particles with at least one metal oxide surface coating comprises initially applying the pigments to a vitreous surface such as a vitreous enamel on a metal substrate, a vitreous glaze on a ceramic substrate, glass, or an ove ...


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Sharp Bruce R: Storage tanks having formed jacket for secondary containment. Sharp Bruce R, WILSON Charles R, December 31, 1986: WO/1986/007574

A method of making a jacketed storage tank (10) comprises applying a gas pervious separating agent (19) over the storage tank (10), applying a layer of fibrous reinforcing material on the separating agent (19), and thereafter applying a resinous jacket (17). The resultant jacket (17), covering at le ...


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Price Michael A: Precordial overlay having electrode assemblies. Price Michael A, WILSON Charles R, February 25, 1999: WO/1999/008593

A precordial overlay (11) having electrode assemblies (24) are used to obtain a quick and accurate positioning of electrodes for an electrocardiographic test. The precordial overlay (11) has a set of slots (15-20) in which the electrode assemblies (24) are slidably mounted. Each electrode assembly ( ...