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Raymond J Sauro, James Neil Pryor, Jia Ni Chu: Non-reclosable packages containing desiccant matrix. W R Grace & Co Conn, Charles A Cross, September 5, 2000: US06112888 (21 worldwide citation)

A substantially solvent-free molten or fluid desiccant/organic matrix composition is adhered to a package whereby the desiccant is in communication with a compartment of the resulting package such that the compartment is desiccated by the desiccant composition. The desiccant composition preferably c ...


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Jia Ni Chu, James Neil Pryor, William Alan Welsh: Desiccation using polymer-bound desiccant beads. W R Grace & Co Conn, Charles A Cross, March 9, 1999: US05879764 (19 worldwide citation)

Polymer-bound adsorbent beads are usable as a direct replacement for conventional clay-bound beads in insulating glass unit manufacture to eliminate the problem of dusting associated with conventional beads. Polymer-bound beads provide good adsorption and superior crush strength compared to clay-bou ...


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James Neil Pryor, Linda Lee Crump: Silica adsorbent on magnetic substrate. W R Grace & Co Conn, Charles A Cross, October 2, 2001: US06296937 (17 worldwide citation)

Adsorbent particles comprising superparamagnetic and/or low Curie Temperature transition metal-containing cores surrounded by a hydrous siliceous oxide coating can be formed by an aqueous process wherein the core is precipitated from an aqueous solution and a siliceous oxide coating is deposited the ...


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James Neil Pryor, David Monroe Chapman: Dispersion of fine porous inorganic oxide particles and processes for preparing same. W R Grace & Co Conn, Charles A Cross, April 30, 2002: US06380265 (15 worldwide citation)

A dispersion comprising fine porous inorganic oxide particles, e.g., silica gel particles, wherein the particles have a median particle size below three microns. The dispersed particles have a porosity after drying in which at least about 0.50 cc/g of pore volume is from pores having a pore size of ...


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James Neil Pryor, Linda Lee Crump: Silica adsorbent on magnetic substrate. W R Grace & Co Conn, Charles A Cross, September 10, 2002: US06447911 (8 worldwide citation)

Adsorbent particles comprising superparamagnetic and/or low Curie Temperature transition metal-containing cores surrounded by a hydrous siliceous oxide coating can be formed by an aqueous process wherein the core is precipitated from an aqueous solution and a siliceous oxide coating is deposited the ...


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James Neil Pryor, Linda Lee Crump: Method for adsorbing substances using silica adsorbent on magnetic substrate. W R Grace & Co Conn, Charles A Cross, William D Bunch, August 19, 2003: US06607667 (4 worldwide citation)

Method for Absorbing substances wherein adsorbent particles comprising superparamagnetic and/or low Curie Temperature transition metal-containing cores surrounded by a hydrous siliceous oxide coating can be formed by an aqueous process wherein the core is precipitated from an aqueous solution and a ...


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Manoj Mukund Koranne, James Neil Pryor, David Monroe Chapman, Rasto Brezny: Sulfur tolerant alumina catalyst support. W R Grace & Co Conn, Charles A Cross, Howard J Troffkin, December 13, 2011: US08076263 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an improved catalyst support and to the resultant catalyst suitable for treating exhaust products from internal combustion engines, especially diesel engines. The support of the present invention is a structure comprising alumina core particulate having high poro ...


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James Neil Pryor: Slurries of abrasive inorganic oxide particles and method for adjusting the abrasiveness of the particles. W R Grace & Co Conn, Charles A Cross, September 25, 2001: US06294106 (3 worldwide citation)

Autoclaving slurries of porous, inorganic oxide particles results in an increased abrasiveness of the particles as reflected in increased removal rates of a polished substrate at standard polishing conditions in chemical mechanical polishing operations. Slurries having novel abrasion properties, esp ...


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James Neil Pryor: Slurries of abrasive inorganic oxide particles and method for adjusting the abrasiveness of the particles. W R Grace & Co Conn, Charles A Cross, December 10, 2002: US06492274 (3 worldwide citation)

Autoclaving slurries of porous, inorganic oxide particles results in an increased abrasiveness of the particles as reflected in increased removal rates of a polished substrate at standard polishing conditions in chemical mechanical polishing operations. Slurries having novel abrasion properties, esp ...


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Manoj Mukund Koranne, James Neil Pryor: Sulfur tolerant alumina catalyst support. W R Grace & Co Conn, Charles A Cross, Howard J Troffkin, April 17, 2012: US08158257 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an improved catalyst support and to the resultant catalyst suitable for treating exhaust products from internal combustion engines, especially diesel engines. The support of the present invention is a structure comprising alumina core particulate having high poro ...