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Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Kevin Schnaudigel, Françoise Fredericks, Daniel Joseph Fox, Robert Ahart, John Lovas, David Van Blarcom, Kristina Marie Neuser: Process for applying perfume to dryer sheets. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA a division of Conopco, October 2, 2001: US06297210 (12 worldwide citation)

A process for applying relatively volatile or heat sensitive ingredients, such as perfume, to fabric dryer sheets minimizes the loss of the ingredients to the atmosphere or through degradation.


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Florencio Ratuiste, Robert Ahart, David J Lang, Liang S Tsaur: Process for encapsulating sensitive materials. Lever Brothers Company Division of Conopco, Ronald A Koatz, December 31, 1996: US05589370 (10 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an improved curing or hardening process for the continuous production of capsules containing a sensitive material. The process allows capsules to be formed continuously without aggregating. The process is also a contained system so that exposure to possibly harmful a ...


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Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Kevin Schnaudigel, Françoise Fredericks, Daniel Joseph Fox, Robert Ahart, John Lovas, David Van Blarcom, Kristina Marie Neuser: Method for applying fragrance to a dryer sheet. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA division of Conopco, Edward A Squillante Jr, March 5, 2002: US06352969 (5 worldwide citation)

A process for applying relatively volatile or heat sensitive ingredients, such as perfume, to fabric dryer sheets minimizes the loss of the ingredients to the atmosphere or through degradation.


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Pierre Dumas, Tan T Ho, Catherine J Ormancey, Feng Lung G Hsu, Robert Ahart: Process for preparing a high bulk density detergent composition having improved dispensing properties. Lever Brothers Company Division of Conopco, James J Farrell, June 28, 1994: US05324455 (2 worldwide citation)

A liquid surfactant composition mobile at a temperature within the range of 20.degree. to 80.degree. C. comprising: (a) up to 70% by weight of a sodium or potassium salt of an alkyl benzene sulphonate or alkyl sulphate; (b) up to 80% by weight of an ethoxylated nonionic surfactant; (c) water in an a ...


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Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Kevin Schnaudigel, Françoise Fredericks, Daniel Joseph Fox, Robert Ahart, John Lovas, David Van Blarcom, Kristina Marie Neuser: Dryer sheet process. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA a division of Conopco, Edward A Squillante Jr, August 20, 2002: US06436895 (1 worldwide citation)

A process for applying relatively volatile or heat sensitive ingredients, such as perfume, to fabric dryer sheets minimizes the loss of the ingredients to the atmosphere or through degradation.


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Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Kevin Schnaudigel, Francoise Fredericks, Daniel Joseph Fox, Robert Ahart, John Lovas, David Van Blarcom, Kristina Marie Neuser: A method for applying fragrance to a dryer sheet. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA, Unilever, January 24, 2002: US20020010119-A1

A process for applying relatively volatile or heat sensitive ingredients, such as perfume, to fabric dryer sheets minimizes the loss of the ingredients to the atmosphere or through degradation.


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Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Kevin Schnaudigel, Francoise Fredericks, Daniel Joseph Fox, Robert Ahart, John Lovas, David Van Blarcom, Kristina Marie Neuser: Dryer sheet process. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA, Unilever, April 11, 2002: US20020042355-A1

A process for applying relatively volatile or heat sensitive ingredients, such as perfume, to fabric dryer sheets minimizes the loss of the ingredients to the atmosphere or through degradation.