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Gerard J Hughes, Leonard J Duncan, David P Goshorn, James P Stokes: Automatic vehicle recognition and customer automobile diagnostic system. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Ronald D Hantman, September 17, 1996: US05557268 (90 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a system and method for identifying a vehicle for the purpose of displaying diagnostic information to the driver. Each vehicle includes a transponder that transmits an encoded character sequence that is unique to that vehicle. In this way vehicle diagnostic measurements made ...


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William B Diana, Joseph V Cusumano, Keith R Gorda, Jacob Emert, William B Eckstrom, David C Dankworth, Jon E Stanat, James P Stokes: Dispersant additives and process. Exxon Chemical Patents, K R Walton, J B Murray Jr, August 10, 1999: US05936041 (52 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to improved lubricating oil dispersants wherein a fractionating polymer is prepared prior to functionalization (e.g., in the Koch reaction) for making dispersant additives. In one aspect, it was discovered that by fractionating a polymer to remove light hydrocarbon and unreact ...


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Antonio Gutierrez, Jacob I Emert, James P Stokes, Warren A Thaler, William D Diana, Keith R Gorda, William B Eckstrom, David C Dankworth, Joseph V Cusumano: Derivatives of polyamines with one primary amine and secondary of tertiary amines. Exxon Chemical Patents, K R Walton, J F Hunt, July 1, 1997: US05643859 (42 worldwide citation)

A dispersant derivatized from a functionalized hydrocarbon and a polyamine having one primary amine and 1-10, preferably 3-8 secondary or tertiary amines; preferably where said functionalized hydrocarbon is a Koch-derived hydrocarbon.


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Gary Higton, Jacob Emert, Robert A Wilkinson, Isabel P MacDonald, Karl J Van Driesen, Salvatore Rea, James P Stokes, Andrew J D Ritchie: High molecular weight dispersant compositions and their preparation. Exxon Chemicals Patents, October 30, 2001: US06310010 (11 worldwide citation)

Concentrates for lubricating oil compositions are prepared by mixing at elevated temperature: (i) at least one high molecular weight ashless dispersant; (ii) at least one oil-soluble overbased metal detergent; and (iii) at least one surface-active agent comprising a low molecular weight hydroxyl or ...


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Jacob Emert, Albert Rossi, David E Gindelberger, Jon E Stanat, James P Stokes, Jaimes Sher: Polar monomer containing copolymers derived from olefins useful as lubricant and fuel oil additives, processes for preparation of such copolymers and additives and use thereof. Exxon Chemical Patents, January 9, 2001: US06172015 (6 worldwide citation)

Polar monomer-containing copolymers derived from at least one &agr;, &bgr; unsaturated carbonyl compound, such as alkyl acrylates and one or more olefins, such olefins including ethylene and C


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Jacob Emert, Albert Rossi, David E Gindelberger, Jon E Stanat, James P Stokes, Jaimes Sher: Polar monomer containing copolymers derived from olefins useful as lubricant and useful as lubricant and fuel oil additivies process for preparation of such copolymers and additives and use thereof. Exxon Chemical Patents, May 23, 2000: US06066603 (6 worldwide citation)

Polar monomer-containing copolymers derived from at least one .alpha., .beta. unsaturated carbonyl compound, such as alkyl acrylates and one or more olefins, such olefins including ethylene and C.sub.3 -C.sub.20 .alpha.-olefins such as propylene and 1-butene, which copolymers have (a) an average eth ...


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Jacob J Habeeb, James P Stokes, Martin L Gorbaty: Method of generating heat and vibration in a subterranean hydrocarbon-bearing formation. ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company, January 27, 2004: US06681857 (5 worldwide citation)

A method for recovering oil in a reservoir by generating chemical microexplosions in the reservoir. The invention treats the hydrocarbon-bearing reservoir by decomposing in situ at least one PEH-3CO, thereby generating heat, shock, and CO


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Jane Chi ya Cheng, John S Buchanan, Doron Levin, Michael A Steckel, Jihad M Dakka, James P Stokes, John L Robbins, Jon E Stanat, Charles M Smith, José G Santiesteban: Process for producing phenol and methyl ethyl ketone. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, September 21, 2010: US07799956 (4 worldwide citation)

A process for producing phenol and methyl ethyl ketone comprises contacting benzene with a C4 alkylating agent under alkylation conditions with catalyst comprising zeolite beta or a molecular sieve having an X-ray diffraction pattern including d-spacing maxima at 12.4±0.25, 6.9±0.15, 3.57±0.07 and 3 ...


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Sabyasachi Bhattacharya, Aaron N Bloch, James P Stokes: Frequency modulator using material having sliding charge density waves. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Ronald D Hantman, April 1, 1986: US04580110 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a method and a device for the frequency modulation and/or demodulation of a signal applied to materials that carry sliding charge density waves. A particular example of such a material is orthorhombic TaS.sub.3 that acts as a frequency modulator.


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William B Diana, Joseph V Cusumano, Keith R Gorda, Jacob Emert, William B Eckstrom, David C Dankworth, Jon E Stanat, James P Stokes: Dispersant additives and process. Exxon Chemical Patents, Ohlandt Greeley Ruggiero & Perle, September 8, 1998: US05804667 (3 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to improved lubricating oil dispersants wherein a fractionating polymer is prepared prior to functionalization (e.g., in the Koch reaction) for making dispersant additives. In one aspect, it was discovered that by fractionating a polymer to remove light hydrocarbon and unreact ...