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Mamoru Sakaki, Ryuichi Arai, Takashi Akiya, Shigeo Toganoh, Masahiko Higuma, Naonobu Eto, Hidemasa Mouri, Michiaki Tobita, Masahiko Ishida, Shunzo Kono: Recording medium with non-porous ink-receiving layer. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, October 31, 1989: US04877680 (82 worldwide citation)

A recording medium comprising a substrate and a non-porous ink receiving layer is provided. The ink receiving layer contains a water-insoluble polymer containing a cationic resin. The recording medium may be employed for recording by attaching droplets of a recording liquid thereon.


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Masahiko Ishida, Ryoichi Haga, Tadashi Ishibashi, Yoji Odawara: Anaerobic digestion process for organic wastes. Agency of Industrial Science & Technology, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, January 1, 1985: US04491522 (73 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an anaerobic digestion process for organic wastes with a high efficiency and an improved recovery rate of methane.


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Masahiko Ishida, Ryoichi Haga, Yoji Odawara: Anaerobic digestion process. The Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, Birch Stewart Kolasch and Birch, July 22, 1980: US04213857 (43 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for digestion treatment of organic wastes that are difficult to digest, with a high efficiency and an improved recovery rate of methane.


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Masahiko Ishida, Ryooichi Haga, Youji Odawara: Process and system for anaerobic treatment of biochemical waste. Hitachi, Craig & Antonelli, January 10, 1978: US04067801 (40 worldwide citation)

In a system for treatment of biochemical waste such as activated sludges, the waste is subjected to anaerobic stabilization processes, which include two phases of an acid fermentation and a methane fermentation effected in separate reactors. The waste after the acid fermentation is then separated in ...


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Masahiko Ishida, Ryooichi Haga, Youji Odawara: Method for treatment of biochemical waste. Hitachi, Thomas E Beall Jr, October 27, 1981: US04297216 (34 worldwide citation)

Method for treatment of biochemical waste which comprises adding acid to the biochemical waste to adjust pH (power of hydrogen ion) thereof, heating the adjusted biochemical waste, adding alkali thereto to neutralize the waste, and treating with anaerobic digestion.


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Mamoru Sakaki, Ryuichi Arai, Takashi Akiya, Shigeo Toganoh, Masahiko Higuma, Naonobu Eto, Hidemasa Mouri, Michiaki Tobita, Masahiko Ishida, Shunzo Kono: Recording medium with non-porous ink-receiving layer and method of use thereof. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, March 31, 1992: US05101218 (34 worldwide citation)

A recording medium comprising a substrate and a non-porous ink receiving layer is provided. The ink receiving layer contains a water-insoluble polymer containing a cationic resin. The recording medium may be employed for recording by attaching droplets of a recording liquid thereon.


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Masahiko Ishida, Ryoichi Haga, Yoji Odawara: Anaerobic digestion process. The Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, October 19, 1982: US04354936 (31 worldwide citation)

Methane gas produced according to an anaerobic digestion of organic wastes is introduced into digested separated water which is alkalized by a photo-culture of algae, whereby impurity carbon dioxide gas is removed by absorption. Accordingly, methane of high concentration is recovered and at the same ...


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Masahiko Ishida, Toshikazu Ohnishi, Syuji Takada, Kimio Miyatake: Infrared ray detector with multiple optical filters. Horiba, Joseph W Price, August 20, 1991: US05041723 (31 worldwide citation)

An infrared ray detector assembly for detecting a plurality of components such as hydrocarbons, CO.sub.2 and CO gases includes a housing member having a hollow interior and a portion transmissible to infrared rays and a holder member mounted within the hollow interior and having a plurality of separ ...


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Ryoichi Haga, Masahiko Ishida, Yoji Odawara: Anaerobic digestion process of wastes containing cellulose. The Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, Birch Stewart Kolasch and Birch, April 9, 1985: US04510243 (30 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an anaerobic digestion process of wastes containing cellulose, in which, after liquefying by bringing wastes containing cellulose in slurry state into contact with facultative anaerobic bacteria with pH adjusted between 6.5-8.0 and oxidation-reduction potential contr ...


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Hidemasa Mouri, Michiaki Tobita, Naonobu Eto, Masahiko Ishida, Shunzo Kouno, Takashi Akiya, Shigeo Toganoh, Masahiko Higuma, Mamoru Sakaki, Ryuichi Arai: Ink-receiving composite polymer material. Cannon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, September 19, 1989: US04868581 (29 worldwide citation)

There are disclosed an ink-receiving composite polymer material wherein a nonvolatile organic compound is caused to penetrate into and diffuse through an ink-receiving polymer forming, from any one surface side thereof, and a recording medium for ink-jet recording wherein a nonvolatile organic compo ...



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