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Hess Roland H, Hoekje Howard H, Creasey Jack R, Strain Franklin: Tire. PPG, October 30, 1973: US3768537 (85 worldwide citation)

The novel tire is comprised of a silica-filled rubber compound which includes a coupling agent such as mercaptopropyl trimethoxysilane. The coupling agent is a compound that forms a bond or connection between rubber and silica. The coupling agent is preferably allowed to interact with the silica pri ...


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Hoekje Howard H, Strain Franklin, Wilson William L: Process for preparing pigmentary metal oxide. PPG, February 15, 1972: US3642442 (16 worldwide citation)

Metal oxides, such as titanium dioxide, are prepared by vapor phase oxidation of corresponding metal halides in a reaction zone supplied with heat energy from a gaseous stream heated by electrical energy. A gaseous plasma is generated by passing said gaseous stream through a discharge being conducte ...


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Strain Franklin: Process using silicate treated asbestos diaphragms for electrolytic cells. PPG, Goldman Richard M, November 12, 1974: US3847762 (9 worldwide citation)

A diaphragm is disclosed for electrolytic cells, for example, chlor-alkali cells. The diaphragm is characterized in that it has been treated with a water-soluble silicate on the anolyte side. Also disclosed is an electrolytic cell process using such a diaphragm, and a method for preparing such a dia ...


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Strain Franklin, Dial William Richard: Silica pigments. Columbia Southern Chem, October 4, 1957: FR1143701-A (1 worldwide citation)

A silica pigment for rubber reinforcement is prepared by mixing an ethylenically or acetylenically unsaturated organopolysiloxane with finely divided hydrated silica-containing pigment having an ultimate particle size below 0.1 m and a surface area of 25-250 sq. m/grm., which pigment contains at lea ...


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Neubauer Joseph A, Strain Franklin, Kung Frederick E: Improvements in or relating to preparation of benzene hexachloride. Columbia Southern Chem, June 20, 1956: GB750502-A

Benzene hexachloride is made by reacting chlorine and benzene while maintaining throughout a major portion of the reaction a chlorine concentration of 0.001 to 1.5 per cent, preferably 0.005 to 1.0 per cent, by weight, of the unreacted benzene and solvent in a reaction mixture containing benzene and ...


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Strain Franklin: Improvements in or relating to herbicidal compositions containing carbamic acid esters and preparation thereof. Columbia Southern Chem, August 7, 1957: GB780714-A

A method of preparing an isopropyl N-chlorophenyl carbamate by reaction of an isopropyl haloformate and a chloroaniline in the presence of a hydrogen halide acceptor comprises establishing a liquid body containing the chloroaniline and simultaneously and individually adding the isopropyl haloformate ...


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Strain Franklin: Diaphragmes damiante traites au silicate pour cellules electrolytiques, Silicate treated asbestos diaphragms for electrolytic cells. PPG Industries, January 30, 1979: CA1047441

Abstract of the Disclosure A diaphragm is disclosed for electrolytic cells, for example,chlor-alkali cells. The diaphragm is characterized in that it has beentreated with a water-soluble silicate on the anolyte side. Also dis-closed is an electrolytic cell process using such a diaphragm, and amethod ...


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Wilson William Leslie, Strain Franklin, Hoekje Howard Hail: Improvements in the production of metal oxides. PPG Industries, September 2, 1971: GB1244970-A

1,244,970. Vapour-phase halide oxidation. P.P.G. INDUSTRIES Inc. 28 Nov., 1968, No. 56413/68. Addition to 1,108,425. Headings C1A and ON. [Also in Divisions C7 and H5] In the preparation of finely-divided metal oxide (including As, B, P and Si oxides) by the vapour phase oxidation of metal halide wi ...


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