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Yoshio Yoshikawa, Takanari Nawata, Akira Amemiya, Toshio Komatsu, Yoshiaki Inoue, Megumu Yuyama: Oxygen absorbent. Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, March 11, 1980: US04192773 (96 worldwide citation)

An oxygen absorbent comprising (a) metal halide-coated metal powder having at least one metal halide coated on the surface of at least one metal powder, the amount of metal halide coated being in the range of from about 0.001 part to about 10 parts by weight per 100 parts by weight of the metal powd ...


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Toshio Komatsu, Yoshiaki Inoue, Megumu Yuyama: Oxygen absorbent. Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, September 4, 1979: US04166807 (64 worldwide citation)

An oxygen absorbent comprising iron and a metal halide, characterized in that the iron contains sulfur in an amount of from 0.05% to 5% on the basis of the weight of the iron is disclosed.


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Sadao Otsuka, Takehiko Moriya, Toshio Komatsu, Akira Katada: Oxygen absorbent packet. Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Leydig Voit & Mayer, April 1, 1986: US04579223 (57 worldwide citation)

An oxygen absorbent packet comprising an oxygen absorbent packaged and sealed in a double packaging material 6 comprised of a gas-permeable outer material layer 1 composed of a plastic film or transparent paper, a gas-permeable sealing layer 2, an inner material layer 3 composed of gas-permeable pap ...


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Yoshiaki Inoue, Toshio Komatsu: Oxygen absorbent. Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Co, Leydig Voit & Mayer, March 13, 1990: US04908151 (57 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an oxygen absorbent, and more particularly to an oxygen absorbent applicable to preservation of dry foodstuffs and medical drugs and to the rust prevention of metallic articles. Thus, the invention provides an oxygen absorbent comprising:


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Toshio Komatsu: Data recording method and device. Yazaki Corporation, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, April 19, 1994: US05305214 (57 worldwide citation)

A recording device records the speed data as a binary number by using a first byte and a part of a second byte, and records the sampling number as a binary number by using the remaining part of the second byte when the number of digits of the sampling number is not greater than the number of bits of ...


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Hideyuki Takahashi, Toshio Komatsu, Yoshiaki Inoue: Oxygen absorbent. Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Browdy and Neimark, June 18, 1985: US04524015 (50 worldwide citation)

A particulate or granular oxygen absorbent comprising at least one ascorbic compound selected from ascorbic acid, ascorbic acid salts or mixtures thereof, an alkali metal carbonate, an iron compound, carbon black and water and the absorbent coated with a finely divided powder are disclosed.


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Sadao Ohtsuka, Toshio Komatsu, Yukio Kondoh, Hideyuki Takahashi: Oxygen absorbent packaging. Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Leydig Voit Osann Mayer and Holt, November 27, 1984: US04485133 (49 worldwide citation)

An oxygen absorbent package comprising a rectangular nonwoven fabric sheet, a rectangular perforated film or nonwoven fabric sheet having a lower softening point than sheet, a rectangular microporous film or nonwoven fabric sheet having a higher softening point than film or sheet, and an oxygen abso ...


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Toshio Komatsu, Akira Katada, Hideyuki Takahashi: Package containing quality-retaining agent. Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Leydig Voit & Mayer, April 14, 1987: US04657133 (47 worldwide citation)

A package containing therein an agent for retaining qualities of food products or the like. The material constituting the package comprises an outer layer made of a substantially gas-impermeable material, a first seal layer formed on the inner side of the outer layer, an inner layer formed on the in ...


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Takanari Nawata, Toshio Komatsu, Masayuki Ohtsuka: Oxygen and carbon dioxide absorbent and process for storing coffee by using the same. Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Fleit & Jacobson, December 28, 1982: US04366179 (47 worldwide citation)

An oxygen and carbon dioxide absorbent comprising (A) a particulate substance wherein the particles of a hydrous alkali substance are covered with separator particles, (B) iron powder and (C) an electrolyte and a process for storing coffee by using the same is disclosed.