1
Lynn H Slaugh, Galeon W Schoenthal: Vinylidene olefin process. Shell Oil Company, April 14, 1987: US04658078 (86 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for dimerizing an alpha olefin to a vinylidene olefin which comprises contacting said alpha olefin with a catalyst comprising (a) cyclo(pentadienyl)zirconium or hafnium metallocene and (b) an aluminoxane wherein the atom ratio of Al to Zr or Hf in the catalyst ran ...


2
Lynn H Slaugh, Carl L Willis: CO.sub.2 Removal from gaseous streams. Shell Oil Company, February 28, 1984: US04433981 (54 worldwide citation)

Carbon dioxide is removed from a gaseous stream by contacting the stream with an adsorbent prepared by impregnating a porous aluminum with an alkali metal or alkaline earth metal oxide or salt decomposable upon calcination and subsequently calcining the impregnated alumina at about 350.degree. C.-70 ...


3
Lynn H Slaugh, Galeon W Schoenthal: Stabilization of metallocene/aluminoxane catalysts. Shell Oil Company, May 12, 1987: US04665047 (42 worldwide citation)

Zirconocene/aluminoxane polymerization/oligomerization catalysts are stabilized against aging prior to use as catalysts by use of at least 1 mole of 3,3,3-trialkyl-1-propene per mole of metallocene.


4
Lynn H Slaugh, Galeon W Schoenthal: Ethylene oligomerization catalyst and process. Shell Oil Company, August 27, 1991: US05043515 (41 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an oligomerization catalyst comprising a zirconocene and one or more alkyl aluminoxanes wherein the alkyl is selected from methyl, ethyl and mixtures thereof and the ratio of equivalents of methyl to ethyl in the product ranges from about 4 to about 0.25 and wherein the ato ...


5
Lynn H Slaugh, Ronald J Hoxmeier: Process for preparing a supported tungsten carbide composition. Shell Oil Company, April 20, 1982: US04325843 (38 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing a supported tungsten carbide composition which comprises first forming a supported tungsten oxide composition, converting the oxide to the nitride by heating in an ammonia atmosphere, and then converting the nitride to the carbide by heating in a carbiding atmosphere.


6
Galeon W Schoenthal, Lynn H Slaugh: Process for preparing aluminoxanes. Shell Oil Company, March 8, 1988: US04730071 (36 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for preparing aluminoxanes from trialkyl aluminum compounds and an ultrasonically produced water dispersion.


7
Thomas F Brownscombe, Lynn H Slaugh: Basic alkali metal-zeolite compositions. Shell Oil Company, March 16, 1993: US05194244 (36 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to basic compositions comprising a zeolite and an alkali metal compound wherein the sum of the amount of the alkali metal in the compound plus any metal cation exchanged into the zeolite is in excess of that required to provide a fully metal cation-exchanged zeolite. This inve ...


8
Lynn H Slaugh, Paul R Weider: Process for making 3-hydroxypropanal and 1,3-propanediol. Shell Oil Company, October 26, 1993: US05256827 (35 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for making 3-hydroxypropanal and 1,3-propanediol which by intimately contacting


9
Lynn H Slaugh, Ronald J Hoxmeier: Process for preparing a supported molybdenum carbide composition. Shell Oil Company, April 27, 1982: US04326992 (30 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing a supported molybdenum carbide composition which comprises impregnating a porous support with a solution of molybdic acid dissolved in aqueous ammonium hydroxide, drying the impregnated support and then heating in a carbiding atmosphere at a temperature of about 650.degree.-7 ...


10
Lynn H Slaugh, Ronald J Hoxmeier: Process for preparing a supported molybdenum carbide composition. Shell Oil Company, April 20, 1982: US04325842 (28 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing a supported molybdenum carbide composition which comprises impregnating a porous support with a solution of hexamolybdenum dodecachloride, drying the impregnated support and then heating in a carbiding atmosphere at a temperature of about 650.degree.-750.degree. C.