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Eustathios Vassiliou, Mark W Dassel: Devices for making reaction products by controlling transient conversion in an atomized liquid. Twenty First Century Research Corporation, E Vassiliou, December 3, 1996: US05580531 (77 worldwide citation)

Devices for making reaction products by atomizing into droplets a first liquid containing a first reactant into a gas containing a second reactant in a manner to form a reaction product within the droplets. The reaction is controlled by monitoring the transient conversion (conversion taking place in ...


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Kenneth R Buser, Milton J Roedel, Eustathios Vassiliou: Simulated granite and its preparation. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, June 26, 1979: US04159301 (69 worldwide citation)

A simulated granite and its preparations are provided. The granite comprises (A) about 35 to 95% by volume of a matrix consisting essentially of (1) at least 34% by volume of polymer, preferably predominantly an acrylic polymer, having a refractive index (n.sub.D) between 1.4 and 1.65 and (2) about ...


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Kenneth Rene Buser, Milton John Roedel, Eustathios Vassiliou: Simulated granite and its preparation. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, April 18, 1978: US04085246 (60 worldwide citation)

A simulated granite and its preparation are provided. The granite comprises (A) about 35 to 95% by volume of a matrix consisting essentially of (1) at least 34% by volume of polymer, preferably predominantly an acrylic polymer, having a refractive index (n.sub.D) between 1.4 and 1.65 and (2) about 1 ...


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Mark William Dassel, Eustathios Vassiliou: Methods of making intermediate oxidation products by controlling pre-coalescing temperature and transient temperature difference in an atomized liquid. Twenty First Century Research Corporation, E Vassiliou, September 1, 1998: US05801282 (52 worldwide citation)

Methods of making intermediate oxidation products by atomizing a first liquid (in the form of droplets) containing a reactant into a gas containing an oxidant in a manner to form an intermediate oxidation product different than carbon monoxide and/or carbon dioxide. The oxidation is controlled by mo ...


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Mark W Dassel, Eustathios Vassiliou, David C DeCoster, Ader M Rostami: Methods of preparing an intermediate oxidation product from a hydrocarbon by utilizing an activated initiator. Twenty First Century Research Corporation, Seed and Berry, October 20, 1998: US05824819 (50 worldwide citation)

Methods for oxidizing a hydrocarbon to an intermediate oxidation product by utilizing an activated initiator. The initiator is activated by partially oxidizing a first mixture of the initiator and a hydrocarbon, which mixture contains a rather large amount of initiator. The first mixture may even be ...


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Eustathios Vassiliou: Article coated with fluoropolymer finish with improved scratch resistance. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, December 25, 1979: US04180609 (48 worldwide citation)

The apparent scratch resistance of articles coated with a fluoropolymer finish is improved if the article is coated with at least two coats with the topcoat containing mica particles, mica particles coated with a pigment, or metal flake in a smaller amount than is contained in the coat under the top ...


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Eustathios Vassiliou, John A Lawton: Method and apparatus for fabricating three dimensional objects from photoformed precursor sheets. E I DuPont de Nemours and Company, Thomas H Magee, March 10, 1992: US05094935 (46 worldwide citation)

An imaging method and apparatus produces an integral three-dimensional object from a multiplicity of cross sectional portions of the object. The cross sectional portions correspond to photohardened portions of contiguous photoformed precursor sheets of a photohardenable liquid composition.


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Eustathios Vassiliou, Mark W Dassel, Sharon M Aldrich, Ader M Rostami, David C DeCoster: Methods and devices for controlling hydrocarbon oxidations to respective acids by adjusting the solvent to hydrocarbon ratio. RPC, Seed and Berry, March 14, 2000: US06037491 (42 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to methods and devices of preparing acids, such as adipic acid for example, by oxidizing a hydrocarbon, such as cyclohexane for example, with a gas containing an oxidant, preferably oxygen. A respective hydrocarbon is reacted, preferably at a steady state, with a gaseous oxida ...


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Ader M Rostami, Mark W Dassel, Eustathios Vassiliou, David C DeCoster: Methods and devices for controlling the oxidation of a hydrocarbon to an acid by regulating temperature/conversion relationship in multi-stage arrangements. RPC, Seed and Berry, December 7, 1999: US05998572 (41 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices for controlling the oxidation of a hydrocarbon to an acid by regulating the temperature hold-up time, and conversion in consecutive reaction zones. The temperature in the consecutive reaction zones progressively decreases, while the hold-up time increases. Preferably, the convers ...



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