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Allan R Burger, Phillip E Figdore, Samuel Q S Lin, Michael Massaro: Transparent antiperspirant stick compositions. Lever Brothers Company, Milton L Honig, August 14, 1990: US04948578 (52 worldwide citation)

An antiperspirant composition is disclosed in the form of a transparent stick. The composition comprises a mixture of aluminum chlorohydrate, nonionic surfactant, liquid oil, and water, the latter being present in an amount from 20 to 50%. Preferably, the liquid oil is a combination of volatile sili ...


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Colin Overton, Phillip E Figdore: Liquid bleaching compositions. Lever Brothers Company, Milton L Honig, James J Farrell, November 1, 1988: US04781854 (13 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to an aqueous stable thickened low-pH bleaching composition which comprises a thickening synthetic anionic surfactant of the sulphonic acid or salt type, a cold-water-soluble inorganic peroxy compound, in particular peroxymonosulphate, and a mineral acid to yield a pH of below ...


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Phillip E Figdore, Charles J Good: Cleaning compositions. Penetone Corporation, Darby & Darby, December 14, 1999: US06001793 (7 worldwide citation)

There are provided cleaning compositions for removing soils from a substrate. These compositions comprise


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Helen K Haskin, Phillip E Figdore: Method of using amines as sacrificial agents for chemical flooding. Texaco, Robert A Kulason, Jack H Park, Harold J Delhommer, April 24, 1984: US04444262 (6 worldwide citation)

The disclosed invention is a method of injecting an amine sacrificial agent into a hydrocarbon formation in conjunction with a chemical flooding process to reduce the loss of injected chemicals to the formation by adsorption and precipitation.


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Helen K Haskin, Phillip E Figdore: Method of using low molecular weight polyalkylene glycols as sacrificial agents for surfactant flooding. Texaco, Robert A Kulason, Jack H Park, Harold J Delhommer, June 5, 1984: US04452308 (6 worldwide citation)

The disclosed invention is a method of injecting polyalkylene glycols, or copolymers thereof, having a molecular weight between about 100 and 1200 into a hydrocarbon formation in conjunction with a chemical flooding process to reduce the loss of injected chemicals to the formation by adsorption and ...