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Donald C Young, James A Green II: Stabilized fumigant composition comprising an aqueous solution of ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, carbon disulfide and sulfur. Union Oil Company of California, Robert A Franks, Dean Sandford, October 9, 1984: US04476113 (47 worldwide citation)

A stabilized fumigant composition comprises an aqueous solution containing up to about fifty percent by weight of a solute which comprises ammonia, hydrogen sulfide and carbon disulfide. Elemental sulfur can also be a component of the solute. One preferred composition comprises a solution wherein th ...


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Donald C Young, James A Green II: Fumigation methods and compositions. Union Oil Company of California, Michael H Larid, G Wirzbicki, D Sandford, February 23, 1988: US04726144 (32 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to the fumigation of soils, enclosed spaces, agricultural products and other commodities, etc., using compositions which decompose to form carbon disulfide and certain other biocidal materials. Such fumigation can be used to control bacteria, fungi, insects, nematodes, rode ...


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Donald C Young, James A Green II: Method of soil nitrification inhibition by application of a stabilized fumigant composition. Union Oil Company of California, Dean Sandford, Gregory F Wirzbicki, Robert A Franks, November 5, 1985: US04551167 (21 worldwide citation)

A stabilized fumigant composition comprises an aqueous solution containing up to about fifty percent by weight of a solute which comprises ammonia, hydrogen sulfide and carbon disulfide. Elemental sulfur can also be a component of the solute. One preferred composition comprises a solution wherein th ...


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James A Green II, Donald C Young: Stabilized thiocarbonate solutions. Union Oil Company of California, G F Wirzbicki, Michael H Laird, August 20, 1991: US05041240 (11 worldwide citation)

Aqueous thiocarbonate solutions are stabilized by the addition of base, sulfide and/or polysulfide, and the stability and safety of the more concentrated solutions containing 1 weight percent or more equivalent CS.sub.2 as a thiocarbonate are achieved as reflected by significant reduction of CS.sub. ...


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Donald C Young, James A Green II: Methods for fertilizing with ammoniacal fertilizers. Union Oil Company of California, Gregory F Wirzbicki, Michael H Laird, June 11, 1991: US05022912 (10 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to the fumigation of soils, enclosed spaces, agricultural products and other commodities, etc., using compositions which decompose to form carbon disulfide and certain other biocidal materials. Such fumigation can be used to control bacteria, fungi, insects, nematodes, rode ...


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Donald C Young, James A Green II: Method of selectively removing biuret from urea and compositions for use therein. Union Oil Company of California, Michael H Laird, Dean Sandford, August 17, 1982: US04345099 (9 worldwide citation)

Biuret is selectively removed from urea by treating the urea in an aqueous solution at a pH above about 12.5 and a temperature between about 0.degree. C. and 100.degree. C. for a period of time sufficient to decompose at least a portion of the biuret. Solid urea compositions containing biuret and a ...


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James A Green II, Donald C Young: Stabilized thiocarbonates. Union Oil Company of California, Gregory F Wirzbicki, Michael H Laird, November 24, 1992: US05165920 (7 worldwide citation)

Aqueous thiocarbonate solutions are stabilized by the addition of base, sulfide and/or polysulfide, and the stability and safety of the more concentrated solutions containing 1 weight percent or more equivalent CS.sub.2 as a thiocarbonate are achieved as reflected by significant reduction of CS.sub. ...


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Donald C Young, James A Green II: Methods for removing biuret from urea by adsorption. Union Oil Company of California, Michael H Laird, G Wirzbicki, D Sandford, October 20, 1987: US04701555 (7 worldwide citation)

The biuret content of biuret-containing urea is reduced by contacting a solution or melt of biuret-containing urea with a polar adsorbent under conditions sufficient to remove at least a portion of biuret from the urea. The resulting biuret-containing adsorbent can be regenerated for further use by ...


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James A Green II, Donald C Young: Stabilized thiocarbonate solutions. Union Oil Company of California, Gregory F Wirzbicki, Michael H Laird, December 1, 1992: US05167966 (6 worldwide citation)

Aqueous thiocarbonate solutions are stabilized by the addition of base, sulfide and/or polysulfide, and the stability and safety of the more concentrated solutions containing 1 weight percent or more equivalent CS.sub.2 as a thiocarbonate are achieved as reflected by significant reduction of CS.sub. ...


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Donald C Young, James A Green II: Fumigation method employing an aqueous solution comprising a hexametaphosphate, a thiocarbonate, and a sulfide. Union Oil Company of California, Gregory F Wirzbicki, Shlomo R Frieman, Michael H Laird, July 26, 1994: US05332580 (6 worldwide citation)

Aqueous thiocarbonate solutions are stabilized by the addition of base, sulfide and/or polysulfide, and the stability and safety of the more concentrated solutions containing 1 weight percent or more equivalent CS.sub.2 as a thiocarbonate are achieved as reflected by significant reduction of CS.sub. ...