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Pierre Jacobs, Georges Poncelet, Alain Schutz: Process for the preparation of bridged clays, clays prepared by said process, and uses for said clays. Curtis Morris & Safford, March 13, 1984: US04436832 (23 worldwide citation)

In a process for the preparation of bridged clays, a mixture of an aqueous solution of at least one metal hydroxide and aqueous clay suspension is subjected to dialysis. Said clays are suited for use as catalysts or as supports for catalysts for the conversion of paraffinic or olefinic hydrocarbons.


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Jan Uytterhoeven, Pierre Jacobs, Ludo Adriaensen, Jan Geerts: Catalyst and method of its preparation. N V Bekaert, Shlesinger Arkwright Garvey & Fado, April 30, 1985: US04514520 (10 worldwide citation)

A catalyst comprising a metallic carrier having a catalytically active metal-containing surface layer, the catalytic metal being other than a noble metal, whereby the catalytically active surface layer is formed out of a homogeneous metallic carrier by oxidizing in an oxidizing gas such as air and s ...


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Pierre Jacobs, Georges Poncelet, Alain Schutz: Isomerization of paraffins or olefins with bridged clays. Curtis Morris & Safford, August 14, 1984: US04465892 (9 worldwide citation)

A process for isomerization of paraffinic or olefinic hydrocarbons using as catalysts or as supports for catalysts bridged clays which are prepared by an aqueous clay suspension subjected to a dialysis.


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Pierre Jacobs, Herve Hinnekens: Single-step catalytic process for the direct conversion of polysaccharides to polyhydric alcohols. Fina Research, Arnold White & Durkee, August 21, 1990: US04950812 (8 worldwide citation)

A single-step process for the conversion of polysaccharides to polyhydric alcohols by hydrogenation at high pressure and temperature in the presence of a catalyst comprising (i) a supported metal selected from ruthenium, copper, nickel, cobalt and their mixtures, the metal being highly dispersed on ...


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Octavian Anton, Pierre Jacobs, Georges Poncelet, Phillippe Jacques: Amorphous silica particles, a method for producing same, and catalyst thereof. Redco, Wegner & Bretschneider, August 25, 1987: US04689315 (6 worldwide citation)

Amorphous, approximately spherical silica particles prepared by the acidic hydrolysis of an approximately spherical synthetic calcium silicate having a uniform microgranular structure on their external surfaces and a structure in the interior thereof which structure only weakly recall the original c ...


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Jan Uytterhoeven, Pierre Jacobs, Ludo Adriaensen, Jan Geerts: Process for forming a catalyst and the catalytic product produced by the process. N V Bekaert, Shlesinger Arkwright Garvey & Fado, May 7, 1985: US04515905 (5 worldwide citation)

A catalyst comprising a metallic carrier having a catalytically active metal-containing surface layer, the catalytic metal being other than a noble metal, wherein the catalytically active metal-containing surface layer is formed directly on the carrier by an etching treatment with an oxidizing inorg ...


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Pierre Jacobs, Bert Sels, Jasper Van Noyen, Caroline Whelan, Karen Maex, Filip de Clippel: Synthesis of zeolite crystals and formation of carbon nanostructures in patterned structures. IMEC, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, September 7, 2010: US07790600 (2 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for incorporating zeolite crystals in patterned structures, the zeolite crystals having pores (channels) with an orientation which is defined by the topology of the zeolite crystal type and the geometry of the patterned structure, resulting in pores parallel with the length axis ...


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Octavian Anton, Dirk Van Wouwe, Georges Poncelet, Pierre Jacobs, Johan Martens: Silica-particles containing alumina, process for preparing same and the use thereof. Redco, Wegner & Bretschneider, January 19, 1988: US04720475 (1 worldwide citation)

Amorphous, substantially spherical silica particles obtained by acidic hydrolysis of substantially spherical synthetic crystalline calcium silicates having a size of from 20 to 120 microns are coated with a layer comprising silica and alumina. The silica particles obtained may be directly employed a ...


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Jean Luc Dallons, Pierre Jacobs, Johan Martens, Paul Tastenhoye, Ivan Vander Eynde, August Van Gysel: Process for the production of gamma-butyrolactone. U C B, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, June 2, 1992: US05118821 (1 worldwide citation)

A process for producing gamma-butyrolactone by catalytic hydrogenation of maleic anyhydride in the liquid phase with hydrogen, at a high temperature and under pressure, in the presence of a catalyst comprising nickel and palladium deposited on a support, wherein said support is a silica based suppor ...


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Jean Pierre Ganhy, Pierre Jacobs, Marleen Baes, Johan Martens: Process for the synthesis of alkylated aromatic hydrocarbons. Interox, Willian Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, February 22, 1994: US05288936 (1 worldwide citation)

Process for the synthesis of aromatic alkylated hydrocarbons with a saturated alkyl chain including at least four carbon atoms, according to which an aromatic hydrocarbon, replaced by an alkyl group with a short saturated chain comprising one to three carbon atoms, is made to react with an olefin in ...