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Sharon Harriott Jureller, Judith Lynne Kerschner, Myongsuk Bae Lee, Lisa Del Pizzo, Rosemarie Harris, Carol Resch, Cathy Wada: Dry cleaning system using densified carbon dioxide and a surfactant adjunct. Lever Brothers Company Division of Conopco, A Kate Huffman, November 4, 1997: US05683977 (122 worldwide citation)

A system for dry cleaning soils from fabrics comprising densified carbon dioxide and a surfactant in the densified CO.sub.2. The surfactant has a polysiloxane, a branched polyalkylene oxide and a halocarbon group which is a functional CO.sub.2 -philic moiety connected to a CO.sub.2 -phobic functiona ...


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Sharon Harriott Jureller, Judith Lynne Kerschner, Myongsuk Bae Lee, Lisa Del Pizzo, Rosemarie Harris, Carol Resch, Cathy Wada: Method of dry cleaning fabrics using densified carbon dioxide. Lever Brothers Company Division of Conopco, A Kate Huffman, October 14, 1997: US05676705 (100 worldwide citation)

A method of dry cleaning fabrics using a dry cleaning system is described. The system comprises densified carbon dioxide and a surfactant in the densified CO.sub.2. The surfactant has a polysiloxane, a branched polyalkylene oxide and a halocarbon group which is a functional CO.sub.2 -philic moiety c ...


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Sharon Harriott Jureller, Judith Lynne Kerschner, Rosemarie Harris: Method of dry cleaning fabrics using densified liquid carbon dioxide. Lever Brothers Company Division of Conopco, A Kate Huffman, November 4, 1997: US05683473 (86 worldwide citation)

A method of dry cleaning fabrics using a dry cleaning system is described. The system comprises densified carbon dioxide, preferably in a liquid phase, and a selected surfactant which is soluble in the densified CO.sub.2. The surfactant has a polysiloxane, a branched polyalkylene oxide or a halocarb ...


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Sharon Harriott Jureller, Judith Lynne Kerschner, Dennis Stephen Murphy: Dry cleaning system using densified carbon dioxide and a surfactant adjunct. Lever Brothers Company division of Conopco, November 21, 2000: US06148644 (22 worldwide citation)

A system for dry cleaning soils from fabrics comprising densified carbon dioxide and a surfactant in the densified CO.sub.2. The densified carbon dioxide is in a temperature range of about -78.5.degree. C. to about 100.degree. C. and a pressure range of about 14.7 to about 10,000 psi. At least 0.1% ...


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Sharon Harriott Jureller, Judith Lynne Kerschner, Dennis Stephen Murphy: Dry cleaning system using densified carbon dioxide and a surfactant adjunct containing a CO.sub.2 -philic and a CO.sub.2 -phobic group. Lever Brothers Company Division of Conopco, Edward A Squillante Jr, October 17, 2000: US06131421 (20 worldwide citation)

A system for dry cleaning soils from fabrics comprising densified carbon dioxide and a surfactant in the densified CO.sub.2. The densified carbon dioxide is in a temperature range of about -78.5.degree. C. to about 100.degree. C. and a pressure range of about 14.7 to about 10,000 psi. At least 0.1% ...


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Judith Lynne Kerschner, Sharon Harriott Jureller, John Socrates Thomaides, Robert William Humphreys, Carmine Phillip Iovine: Synthesis of condensation polymers in densified fluids. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Karen G Kaiser Esq, Laurelee A Duncan, January 16, 2001: US06174956 (2 worldwide citation)

A polyurethane polymer and method of preparing it is described. The process requires the combination of a soluble polyol with a di- or polyisocyanate under densified fluid conditions. The process to prepare a waterborne polyurethane involves the utilization of a polyol containing ionic or latent ion ...


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Sharon Harriott Jureller, Judith Lynne Kerschner, Myongsuk Bae Lee, Lisa Del Pizzo, Rosemarie Harris: Dry cleaning composition using densified carbon dioxide and a surfactant adjunct. Unilever, August 11, 1998: TW338067 (1 worldwide citation)

A dry cleaning composition for soil removal from fabrics which comprises:(a) effective amount of densified carbon dioxide;(b) 0.001 - 10 wt% of surfactant dissolvable in the densified carbon dioxide with an HLB of less than 15 which is a compound selected freely from the following composition groups ...


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