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Christopher H Schilling, Piotr Tomasik, Marek Sikora: Lower saccharide nanometric materials and methods. The United States of America represented by the United States Department of Energy, Brian J Lally, Daniel D Park, Paul A Gottlieb, July 13, 2004: US06761761 (4 worldwide citation)

A ceramic composition having at least one nanometric ceramic powder, at least one lower saccharide, and water. The composition is useful in many industrial applications, including preparation of stronger and substantially defect-free green and sintered ceramic bodies.


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Ryszard J Jankowiak, Chris Schilling, Gerald J Small, Piotr Tomasik: Method and apparatus for ceramic analysis. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky, April 1, 2003: US06541778 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method and apparatus for ceramic analysis, in particular, a method for analyzing density, density gradients and/or microcracks, including an apparatus with optical instrumentation for analysis of density, density gradients and/or microcracks in ceramics. The method ...


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Christopher H Schilling, David S Karpovich, Piotr Tomasik: Biodegradable plastics. Saginaw Valley State University, Bruce M Kanuch, October 30, 2012: US08299172 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for producing biodegradable plastic from natural materials containing polysaccharides by treating the polysaccharide-containing materials with a basic aqueous solution, subsequently treating the mixture with a modifying material that converts pendant hydroxyl groups at any carbon atom of th ...


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Christopher H Schilling, David S Karpovich, Piotr Tomasik: Biodegradable plastics. Mckellar Ip Law Pllc, July 10, 2008: US20080167436-A1

A method for producing biodegradable plastic from natural materials containing polysaccharides by treating the polysaccharide-containing materials with a basic aqueous solution, subsequently treating the mixture with a modifying material that converts pendant hydroxyl groups at any carbon atom of th ...


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Christopher H Schilling, David S Karpovich, Piotr Tomasik: Biodegradable plastics. Mckellar Stevens & Hill Pllc, December 9, 2004: US20040249065-A1

A method for producing biodegradable plastic from natural materials containing polysaccharides and oligosaccharides by treating the polysaccharide-containing or oligosaccharide-containing materials with a basic aqueous solution, subsequently treating the mixture with a modifying material to create a ...