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Andrew T Daly, Richard P Haley, Michael M Cook, Jeffrey A Ulman: Coating powders for heat-sensitive substrates. Rohm and Haas Company, September 25, 2001: US06294610 (18 worldwide citation)

Coating powders having a resin system of comprising an epoxy resin and a carboxylic acid functional polymer contain a cure catalyst of formulae (I), (II) or mixtures of (I) and (II):


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Lawrence J Guilbault, Jeffrey A Ulman: Method for prevention of metallic precipitate reoxidation/redissolution in aqueous systems. Morton Thiokol, Richard J Sheridan, Gerald K White, October 6, 1987: US04698162 (9 worldwide citation)

Redissolution and/or reoxidation of metals precipitated by chemical reduction from aqueous solutions can be prevented by adding a bicyclic, aromatic, organonitrogen compound to the solution in a amount insufficient to cause precipitation of said metal but sufficient to prevent the redissolution and ...


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Michael M Cook, Jeffrey A Ulman: Sodium borohydride/sodium aluminate. Morton International, Wayne E Nacker, Gerald K White, December 4, 1990: US04975203 (5 worldwide citation)

An aqueous solution for removing metals from waste water contains sodium borohydride, sodium aluminate and sodium hydroxide.


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Jeffrey A Ulman, Walter Verstraeten, Michael A Cook, Willy Verleye, Lawrence J Guilbault: Alkali metal borohydride/anionic polymer solutions. Morton International, Robert M Didrick, Gerald K White, October 11, 1994: US05354478 (4 worldwide citation)

An aqueous solution of sodium borohydride, sodium hydroxide, and an anionic polymer is useful for the reduction and separation of metals in wastewater and it is hydrolytically stable for a period of six months. It may also contain an alkali metal aluminate or alum. Thus, a one-package treatment of w ...