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Gerald Z Smith Jr: Falling film aluminoxane process. Ethyl Corporation, David M Bunnell, April 7, 1992: US05103031 (58 worldwide citation)

Alkylaluminoxanes are made by conducting a solution of an alkylaluminum (e.g. trimethyl aluminum) in an inert solvent to the top of an upright hollow column and allowing the solution to flow as a thin film down the inner surface of the column while passing a wet inert gas (e.g. nitrogen) through the ...


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Gerald Z Smith Jr, Scott A Bottelberghe: Falling film aluminoxane process. Ethyl Corporation, Joseph D Odenweller, June 26, 1990: US04937363 (7 worldwide citation)

Alkylaluminoxanes are made by conducting a solution of an alkylaluminum (e.g. trimethyl aluminum) in an inert solvent to the top of an upright hollow column and allowing the solution to flow as a thin film down the inner surface of the column while passing a wet inert gas (e.g. nitrogen) up through ...


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R Scott Smith, Gerald Z Smith Jr: Selective removal of vinylidene olefin from olefin mixtures. Ethyl Corporation, Donald L Johnson, John F Sieberth, Joseph D Odenweller, April 16, 1985: US04511753 (1 worldwide citation)

Vinylidene olefins are selectively removed from a mixture of olefins containing vinylidene olefins by reacting the mixture with either hydrogen sulfide or a hydrocarbyl mercaptan and then distilling the resultant mixture to obtain a substantially vinylidene olefin-free product.