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Jerome Birnbaum, Gary Maupin, Glen Dunham, Glen Fryxell, Suresh Baskaran: Vacuum/gas phase reactor for dehydroxylation and alkylation of porous silica. Pacific Northwest Division, Marger Johnson & McCollom P C, April 15, 2003: US06548113 (58 worldwide citation)

Vacuum/gas phase reactor embodiments used in gas phase dehydroxylation and alkylation reactions are described in which the substrate could be subjected to high vacuum, heated to target temperature, and treated with silane as quickly and efficiently as possible. To better facilitate the silylation an ...


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Glen Fryxell, Jun Liu, Thomas S Zemanian: Mesoporous carbonates and method of making. Battelle Memorial Institute, Douglas E MiKinley Jr, June 15, 2004: US06749825 (8 worldwide citation)

Mesoporous metal carbonate structures are formed by providing a solution containing a non-ionic surfactant and a calcium acetate salt, adding sufficient base to react with the acidic byproducts to be formed by the addition of carbon dioxide, and adding carbon dioxide, thereby forming a mesoporous me ...


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Thomas Samuel Zemanian, Glen Fryxell, Oleksiy A Ustyugov: Monolayer coated aerogels and method of making. Battelle Memorial Institute, Douglas E McKinley Jr, March 28, 2006: US07019037 (3 worldwide citation)

Aerogels having a monolayer coating are described. The aerogel and a monolayer forming precursor are provided in a supercritical fluid, whereupon the aerogel and the monolayer forming precursor are reacted in said supercritical fluid to form a covalent bond between the aerogel and the monolayer form ...


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Jerome Birnbaum, Gary Maupin, Glen Dunham, Glen Fryxell, Suresh Baskaran: Vacuum/gas phase reactor for dehydroxylation and alkylation of porous silica. MARGER JOHNSON & McCOLLOM PC, May 13, 2004: US20040089238-A1

Vacuum/gas phase reactor embodiments used in gas phase dehydroxylation and alkylation reactions are described in which the substrate could be subjected to high vacuum, heated to target temperature, and treated with silane as quickly and efficiently as possible. To better facilitate the silylation an ...


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Glen Fryxell, Thomas S Zemanian: Hydroetching of high surface area ceramics using moist supercritical fluids. Douglas E McKinley Jr, McKinley Law Office, May 15, 2003: US20030091492-A1

Aerogels having a high density of hydroxyl groups and a more uniform pore size with fewer bottlenecks are described. The aerogel is exposed to a mixture of a supercritical fluid and water, whereupon the aerogel forms a high density of hydroxyl groups. The process also relaxes the aerogel into a more ...


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Thomas Samuel Zemanian, Glen Fryxell, Oleksiy A Ustyugov: Monolayer coated aerogels and method of making. Douglas E McKinley Jr, McKinley Law Office, May 15, 2003: US20030092778-A1

Aerogels having a monolayer coating are described. The aerogel and a monolayer forming precursor are provided in a supercritical fluid, whereupon the aerogel and the monolayer forming precursor are reacted in said supercritical fluid to form a covalent bond between the aerogel and the monolayer form ...


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Glen Fryxell, Jun Liu, Thomas S Zemanian: Mesoporous carbonates and method of making. Douglas E McKinley Jr, McKinley Law Office, November 6, 2003: US20030206851-A1

Mesoporous metal carbonate structures are formed by providing a solution containing a non-ionic surfactant and a calcium acetate salt, adding sufficient base to react with the acidic byproducts to be formed by the addition of carbon dioxide, and adding carbon dioxide, thereby forming a mesoporous me ...


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Glen Fryxell, Jun Liu, Thomas S Zemanian: Mesoporous carbonates and method of making. Douglas E McKinley Jr, McKinley Law Office, September 16, 2004: US20040179988-A1

Mesoporous metal carbonate structures are formed by providing a solution containing a non-ionic surfactant and a calcium acetate salt, adding sufficient base to react with the acidic byproducts to be formed by the addition of carbon dioxide, and adding carbon dioxide, thereby forming a mesoporous me ...


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Glen Fryxell, Thomas S Zemanian: Hydroetching of high surface area ceramics using moist supercritical fluids. Battelle Memorial Institute, Douglas E McKinley Jr, November 2, 2004: US06812259

Aerogels having a high density of hydroxyl groups and a more uniform pore size with fewer bottlenecks are described. The aerogel is exposed to a mixture of a supercritical fluid and water, whereupon the aerogel forms a high density of hydroxyl groups. The process also relaxes the aerogel into a more ...