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Michael D Grah, Gary W Beall: Film comprising silicate platelets of exfoliated from phospolipid-intercalated layered silicate. Cryovac, Daniel B Ruble, January 29, 2013: US08362134

A packaging film comprises a dispersed-particle composition, which comprises a plurality of particles dispersed in a matrix medium of thermoplastic polymer. The particles comprise silicate platelets. Intercalating agent of one or more phospholipids is sorbed to the silicate platelets.


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Gary W Beall, Jesse R Hancock, Chad J Booth: Treatment method for imparting self-healing and shape memory properties to certain CBDO copolymers. Texas State University, Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, Eric B Meyertons, August 10, 2010: US07772362

A method of treating an amorphous CBDO polymer to impart self healing and shape memory properties by heat treatment, and products resulting from such method are described. An amorphous CBDO copolymer may include a copolyester prepared by reacting an aromatic dicarboxylic acid or ester or anhydride t ...


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Gary W Beall: Method and system for producing graphene and graphenol. National Nanomaterials, Hulsey P C, William N Hulsey III, Loren T Smith, January 29, 2013: US08361430

This disclosure includes a process that unexpectedly can produce very inexpensive graphene and a new compound called graphenol in particulate or dispersions in solvents. The process can also produce graphene layers on metallic and nonmetallic substrates. Further, the graphenol and graphene can be ut ...


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Gary W Beall: Method and system for producing graphene and functionalized graphene. National Nanomaterials, Baker Botts L, October 21, 2014: US08865307

This disclosure includes a process that unexpectedly can produce very inexpensive graphene, functionalized graphenes, and a new compound called graphenol in particulate or dispersions in solvents. The process can also produce graphene layers on metallic and nonmetallic substrates. Further, the graph ...


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Katherine R Turk, Lawrie Music, Gary W Beall: Method and composition for achieving animal weight gain with mycotoxin-contaminated animal food. Amcol International, YANG JIUCHANG, October 29, 1996: CN96104323

A method of increasing the nutritional value of mycotoxin-contaminated animal feed ingested by an animal by feeding the animal an acid-activated montmorillonite clay simultaneously with the mycotoxin-contaminated or ergot-contaminated animal feed. The acid-activated montmorillonite clay can be fed t ...


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Gary W Beall: Allergen absorbent, blocking, and deactivating compositions and method. Marshall Gerstein & Borun, January 16, 2003: US20030012800-A1

An allergen and blocking sorbent for topical application to the skin comprising a surface-modified layered material, such as an intercalated clay, dispersed in a cosmetically acceptable solvent. The organic surface modifier is an organic molecule that contains a substantial dipole moment sufficient ...


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Michael D Grah, Michael L Becraft, Drew V Speer, Gary W Beall, Jeremy Bartels: Intercalated layered silicate. Sealed Air Corporation, June 8, 2006: US20060122309-A1

An intercalated layered silicate comprises a layered silicate and an intercalating agent sorbed between the silicate layers of the layered silicate. The amount of intercalating agent is effective to provide an average interlayer spacing between the silicate layers of at least about 20 Å. The interca ...


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Gary W Beall: Method and system for producing graphene and graphenol. National Nanomaterials, August 18, 2011: US20110201739-A1

This disclosure includes a process that unexpectedly can produce very inexpensive graphene and a new compound called graphenol in particulate or dispersions in solvents. The process can also produce graphene layers on metallic and nonmetallic substrates. Further, the graphenol and graphene can be ut ...


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Michael D Grah, Michael L Becraft, Drew V Speer, Gary W Beall, Jeremy Bartels: Intercalated layered silicate. Sealed Air Corporation, February 18, 2010: US20100040653-A1

An intercalated layered silicate comprises a layered silicate and an intercalating agent sorbed between the silicate layers of the layered silicate. The amount of intercalating agent is effective to provide an average interlayer spacing between the silicate layers of at least about 20 Å. The interca ...