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Jean Pierre Sachetto: Aqueous foamable composition. Tillotts Pharma, October 26, 1999: US05972310 (69 worldwide citation)

An aqueous foamable composition is provided having a delayed foaming action on expulsion from a pressurized container. The composition comprises a major amount of water, a water-immiscible liquified gas foaming agent, at least one foam-stabilizing and emulsifying surfactant, and a water-soluble poly ...


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Jean Pierre Sachetto: Aqueous foamable composition. Tillotts Pharma, June 2, 1998: US05759520 (55 worldwide citation)

An aqueous foamable composition is provided having a delayed foaming action on expulsion from a pressurized container. The composition comprises a major amount of water, a water-immiscible liquefied gas foaming agent, at least one foam-stabilizing and emulsifying surfactant, and a water-soluble poly ...


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Alain Roman, Jean Pierre Sachetto, Manfred Wust, Sergio Cuccolo: Photosensitive material containing 2,3-di(2,3-diiodopropoxy)-propyl cellulose and uses thereof. Neste Oy, Steinberg & Blake, August 29, 1978: US04110112 (52 worldwide citation)

A photosensitive material is provided in which at least one surface portion of a substrate contains 2,3-di-(2,3-diiodopropoxy)-propyl cellulose uniformly distributed therethrough. A photosensitive sheet material can be formed totally of 2,3-di-(2,3-diiodopropoxy)-propyl cellulose or in part thereof, ...


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Herve Tournier, Allan A Johansson, Jean Pierre Sachetto, Jean Michel Armanet, Jean Pierre Michel, Alain Roman: Method for the simultaneous delignification of wood and other ligno-cellulosic materials and hydrolysis of the hemicellulose component thereof. Battelle Memorial Institute, Kenneth R Warburton, April 16, 1985: US04511433 (29 worldwide citation)

A method for delignifying ligno-cellulosic materials and efficiently separate from each other the constituents thereof. Said materials are heated in an aqueous acid medium in the presence of phenol compounds. Then the reaction medium is drained and washed for isolating the purified solid cellulose p ...


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Jean Pierre Sachetto, Jean Michel Armet, Ake A Johansson, Alain Roman, Sergio Cuccolo: Method for hydrolyzing cellulosic materials into reducing sugars. Battelle Memorial Institute, Kenneth R Warburton, April 1, 1986: US04579595 (16 worldwide citation)

A moist ligno-cellulosic mass was impregnated under cooling with HCl gas then it was warmed up in order to cause said mass to hydrolyze and the excess of acid to escape, the brewing action consecutive to said desorption improving the efficiency of said hydrolysis.


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Alain Regnault, Jean Pierre Sachetto, Herve Tournier, Thomas Hamm, Jean Michel Armanet: Process for continuous acid hydrolysis and saccharification. Battelle Memorial Institute, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, April 22, 1980: US04199371 (12 worldwide citation)

Continuous hydrolysis to produce sugars is effected by cyclically immersing a solid, divided lignocellulosic material in a bath of concentrated hydrochloric acid and draining the material between successive immersions so as to dissolve the produced sugars, until the sugar concentration of the acid i ...


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Alain Regnault, Jean Pierre Sachetto, Herve Tournier, Thomas Hamm, Jean Michel Armanet: Process and apparatus for continuous acid hydrolysis and saccharification. Battelle Memorial Institute, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, December 8, 1981: US04304608 (11 worldwide citation)

Continuous hydrolysis to produce sugars is effected by cyclically immersing a solid, divided lignocellulosic material in a bath of concentrated hydrochloric acid and draining the material between successive immersions so as to dissolve the produced sugars, until the sugar concentration of the acid i ...


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Gerd Borchers, Ingo Dake, Albrecht Dinkelaker, Jean Pierre Sachetto, Richard Zdrahala, Stephen Rimsa, Gary Loomis, Paul Tatarka, Olivier Mauzac: Esterified starch composition. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Eugene Zagarella Jr, December 24, 1996: US05587412 (11 worldwide citation)

According to the present invention there is provided a composition as obtained from a melt comprising esterified starch, preferably having an amylose content of at least about 50% by weight with respect to that of the starch, and being substituted to a degree of at least about 1.5, preferably from a ...