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Eric O Forster, Peter J Creighton: Microwave drying process for synthetic polymers. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, A Lagani, John J Mahon, October 25, 1977: US04055001 (29 worldwide citation)

Volatile polar vehicles such as water or organic solvents, are removed from nonpolar materials by passing said material through at least one pneumatic conveyor resonating cavity operating at a microwave frequency of about 600 to about 50,000 MHZ. For example, a polymer such as polyvinyl chloride may ...


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Eric O Forster, Peter J Creighton: Microwave drying process for synthetic polymers. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, A Lagani, J J Mahon, August 31, 1976: US03977089 (12 worldwide citation)

Volatile polar vehicles such as water or organic solvents, are removed from nonpolar materials by passing said material through at least one pneumatic conveyor resonating cavity operating at a microwave frequency of about 600 to about 50,000 MHZ. For example, a polymer such as polyvinyl chloride may ...