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Joseph G Robinson, David I Barnes: Aromatic hydrocarbon resins. Coal, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, March 11, 1980: US04192824 (17 worldwide citation)

A method of producing a condensation product by reacting together an aromatic hydrocarbon with a carbonyl compound having more than one carbon atom (therefore excluding formaldehyde) in the presence of aluminium chloride or bromide, at a temperature of from 5.degree. to 90.degree. C. The aluminium c ...


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Joseph G Robinson, David I Barnes: Polyimide resins. Coal, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, July 19, 1983: US04394499 (9 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an improved polyimide resin and to a method of its production.


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Joseph G Robinson, Lesley D Herbert: Reinforced rubber. Coal, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, April 29, 1980: US04200556 (8 worldwide citation)

A blend of rubber comprising 100 parts of a rubber, from 5 to 150 parts of a carbazole/phenol/formaldehyde resin, from 1 to 5 parts of a vulcanizing agent for the rubber and from 5 to 15 parts per hundred parts of the resin of a formaldehyde donor, is made up. This is done in any usual manner. The b ...


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Joseph G Robinson, David I Barnes: Process for the production of ZSM-5 zeolite. Coal, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, July 2, 1985: US04526767 (6 worldwide citation)

Catalysts of the ZSM-5 synthetic zeolite type can be prepared by heating a mixture of a precursor for an alumina hydrate, a precursor for silica hydrogel, an alkali metal hydroxide and water together with an organic templating agent selected from the group of carboxymethylcellulose, the condensation ...


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Joseph G Robinson, David I Barnes, Angela M Carswell: Phenanthrene/HCHO derived polyamide-imide. Coal, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, August 24, 1982: US04346212 (5 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to thermally stable resins and provides such a resin made from cheaply available coal-derived materials, whereas presently available resins are made from increasingly expensive oil-derived materials.


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Joseph G Robinson, David I Barnes, Angela M Carswell: Amorphous silica-based catalyst and process for its production. Coal, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, January 24, 1984: US04427578 (4 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a catalyst for use in the direct conversion of synthesis gas to olefinic hydrocarbons in good yield. It also relates to a process for producing the catalyst.


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Joseph G Robinson, David I Barnes: Catalysts. Coal, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, September 4, 1984: US04469814 (3 worldwide citation)

An improved catalyst for conversion of oxygen-containing aliphatics to hydrocarbons is a silica xerogel having a layer of an aluminum compound chemically bonded onto its surface, having a maximum pore diameter of 1.1 nm and having substantially only protons and/or transition metal cations as electri ...


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Joseph G Robinson, Sally A Brain: Varnishes for glasscloth laminates, methods of their production and laminates made therefrom. Coal, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, October 4, 1983: US04408003 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to varnishes for use in the preparation of glasscloth laminates, methods of their production and laminates made therefrom.


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Joseph G Robinson, Sally A Brain: Phenolated naphthalene formaldehyde resin varnish. Coal, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, September 21, 1982: US04350623 (3 worldwide citation)

The varnish comprises a phenolated naphthalene formaldehyde resin having a molecular weight from 350 to 500 and a combined phenol content from 37 to 54%, a curing agent for the resin, and a lower secondary alcohol as the solvent, the varnish containing about 50% w/w of the resin. The varnish can be ...


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Joseph G Robinson, Sally A Brain: Method of producing a resin for producing heat stable products, the resin and the products. Coal, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, June 30, 1981: US04276408 (2 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method of producing a phenolated resin which can be used to form heat stable (up to 250.degree.) products.