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Gary B Marsh, Anthony J Fanelli, John N Armor, Patrick M Zambri: Spray-dried inorganic oxides from non-aqueous gels or solutions. Allied Corporation, Gus T Hampilos, Gerhard H Fuchs, March 10, 1987: US04649037 (45 worldwide citation)

Inorganic metal oxides having high surface area and pore volume are prepared by spray drying. The admixture which is spray dried to yield the metal oxides is produced from reactants comprising at least one hydrolyzable metal compound, a sufficient amount of water to at least partially hydrolyze the ...


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Yuejin Li, John N Armor: Catalytic decomposition of N.sub.2 O. Air Products and Chemicals, Keith D Gourley, James C Simmons, William F Marsh, December 15, 1992: US05171553 (42 worldwide citation)

The invention describes a highly efficient catalytic pollution control process for removing N.sub.2 O from gaseous mixtures. The catalytic process, which is substantially unaffected by the presence of oxygen, comprises contacting an N.sub.2 O-containing gaseous mixture with a catalyst comprising a c ...


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Yuejin Li, John N Armor: Catalytic reduction of NOx and carbon monoxide using methane in the presence of oxygen. Air Products and Chemicals, Keith D Gourley, James C Simmons, William F Marsh, November 9, 1993: US05260043 (33 worldwide citation)

The invention describes a process for catalytically destroying NOx and carbon monoxide present in oxygen-containing combustion products wherein methane serves as a reductant. The process comprises combusting a fuel source in the presence of oxygen to form combustion products comprising nitrogen oxid ...


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Yuejin Li, John N Armor: Catalytic reduction of NOx using methane in the presence of oxygen. Air Products and Chemicals, Keith D Gourley, James C Simmons, William F Marsh, September 22, 1992: US05149512 (33 worldwide citation)

The invention describes a catalytic process for destroying NOx from oxygen-containing combustion products wherein methane serves as a reductant. The process comprises contacting the NOx-containing combustion products with a desired amount of methane and oxygen in the presence of a metal-exchanged cr ...


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Gary B Marsh, Anthony J Fanelli, John N Armor, Patrick M Zambri: Spray-dried inorganic oxides from non-aqueous gels or solutions. Allied Corporation, Ernest D Buff, Gerhard H Fuchs, December 15, 1987: US04713233 (31 worldwide citation)

Inorganic metal oxides having high surface area and pore volume are prepared by spray drying. The admixture which is spray dried to yield the metal oxides is produced from reactants comprising at least one hydrolyzable metal compound, a sufficient amount of water to at least partially hydrolyze the ...


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John N Armor, Emery J Carlson: Preparation of metal powders. Allied Corporation, Gus T Hampilos, Gerhard H Fuchs, October 7, 1986: US04615736 (20 worldwide citation)

A process is disclosed for the preparation of metallic products from metal salts admixed with solvent wherein at least one of the metal salt and the solvent is easily reducible. The admixture is heated under hypercritical conditions of temperature and pressure to produce metallic products and a hype ...


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Timothy C Golden, Paula J Battavio, Yee Chang Chen, Thomas S Farris, John N Armor: Oxygen selective desiccants. Air Products and Chemicals, Geoffrey L Chase, James C Simmons, William F Marsh, August 4, 1992: US05135548 (19 worldwide citation)

Composite oxygen selective desiccants comprising a carbon molecular sieve which is kinetically selective for the adsorption of oxygen over nitrogen and an agent for the sorption of water such as lithium chloride, lithium bromide, calcium chloride, magnesium chloride, calcium nitrate, potassium fluor ...


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John N Armor, Thomas A Braymer, Thomas S Farris, Thomas R Gaffney: Use of helium and argon diluent gases in modification of carbon molecular sieves. Air Products and Chemicals, Mark L Rodgers, William F Marsh, James C Simmons, February 4, 1992: US05086033 (18 worldwide citation)

Carbon molecular sieves, useful in the separation of air into oxygen and nitrogen, are improved through modification of the micropores of the sieve by contact with the pyrolysis products of a carbon-containing compound in the gaseous state diluted with helium, with or without nitrogen as a part of t ...


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Alejandro L Cabrera, John N Armor: Modified carbon molecular sieve adsorbents. Air Products and Chemicals, Mark L Rodgers, William F Marsh, James C Simmons, December 10, 1991: US05071450 (17 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for making a modified carbon molecular sieve which is suitable for separating gases having different adsorption rates on the sieve. The process involves modifying a starting sieve support having a majority of micropores with an effective pore size of about 4.5 to 20 angstroms, ...


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Thomas R Gaffney, Thomas S Farris, Alejandro L Cabrera, John N Armor: Modified carbon molecular sieves for gas separation. Air Products and Chemicals, Mark L Rodgers, William F Marsh, James C Simmons, March 24, 1992: US05098880 (16 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for making a modified carbon molecular sieve which is suitable for separating gases having different adsorption rates on the sieve. The process involves modifying a starting sieve support having a majority of micropores with an effective pore size of about 4.5 to 8 angstroms, w ...