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Rudy J Maes, Youssef El Shoubary, Subash Seth: Adsorption powder for removing mercury from high temperature, high moisture gas streams. Merck & Co, James M Hunter Jr, Mark R Daniel, March 18, 2003: US06533842 (58 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an adsorption powder effective for capturing mercury from a high temperature, high moisture gas stream comprising: about 1-97% carbon; about 1-97% calcium hydroxide; about 1-97% cupric chloride impregnated carbon, and about 1-60% carbon impregnated with KI


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Youssef El Shoubary, Rudy Maes, Subash C Seth: Carbon-based adsorption powder containing cupric chloride. Merck & Co, James M Hunter Jr, Mark R Daniel, October 28, 2003: US06638347 (34 worldwide citation)

A carbon-based, adsorption powder containing an effective amount of cupric chloride suitable for removing mercury from a high temperature, high moisture gas stream, wherein the effective amount of cupric chloride ranges from about 1 to about 45 wt percent. Additional additives, such as potassium per ...


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Youssef El Shoubary, Rudy Maes, Subash C Seth: Process for adsorption of mercury from gaseous streams. Merck & Co, James M Hunter Jr, Mark R Daniel, February 25, 2003: US06524371 (34 worldwide citation)

A process for removing mercury and organic compounds from gaseous stream using an adsorption powder, characterized as containing a carbon-based powder and an effective amount of cupric chloride, the process characterized by the steps of:


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Youssef El Shoubary, Rudy Maes, Subash C Seth: Adsorption powder for removing mercury from high temperature, high moisture gas streams. Merck & Co, James M Hunter Jr, Mark R Daniel, July 8, 2003: US06589318 (26 worldwide citation)

An adsorption powder for removing mercury and other metals, dioxins, furans and other organic compounds from metal- and organic compound-comtaminated soil and method therefor. The adsorption powder may be characterized as containing from about 1 to 97% of carbon, from about 1 to 97% of calcium hydro ...


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Rudy J Maes, Youssef El Shoubary, Subash Seth: Adsorption power for removing mercury from high temperature high moisture gas streams. Merck & Co, James M Hunter Jr, Mark R Daniel, June 24, 2003: US06582497 (25 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an adsorption powder effective for capturing mercury from a high temperature, high moisture gas stream comprising: about 1-97% carbon; about 1-97% of alkaline material; about 1-97% cupric chloride impregnated carbon, and about 1-60% carbon impregnated with KI


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Youssef El Shoubary, Rudy Maes: Adsorption powder containing cupric chloride. Merck & Co, Dianne Brown, Mark R Daniel, January 11, 2005: US06841513 (21 worldwide citation)

An adsorption powder useful for the removal of mercury and other metals, as well as furans, dioxins and other organic compounds from gaseous streams. The powder may be characterized as containing a carbon-based powder and an effective amount of cupric chloride suitable for removing metals and organi ...


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Mark Edward Dausch, Seth Alexander Capello, Youssef El Shoubary, Donald Richard Dickerson Jr: Device and method for separating lint particles in a clothes dryer. General Electric Company, David C Goldman, Marvin Snyder, January 13, 1998: US05706588 (20 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses a device and method for separating lint particles in a clothes dryer. In the present invention, the device and method use a cyclone to separate the lint particles. The cyclone includes a housing container having an inlet port and an outlet port. A screen is positioned ...


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Youssef El Shoubary, James Aaron White, Paul Alfred Siemers, Mark Edward Dausch, Bang Mo Kim, Norman Zethward Shilling: Variable volume oven. General Electric Company, David C Goldman, Jill M Breedlove, November 30, 1999: US05994673 (11 worldwide citation)

A variable volume oven that can be modified to adjust its volume according to the cooking load. The volume of the oven is able to be adjusted by providing a heating element that is vertically adjustable within the oven to a position that provides better convective and radiative heating to the cookin ...


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Youssef El Shoubary, Rudy Maes: Method of adsorbing metals and organic compounds from vaporous streams. Merck & Co, James M Hunter Jr, Mark R Daniel, May 6, 2003: US06558642 (11 worldwide citation)

A method and adsorption powder useful for the removal of mercury and other metals, as well as furans, dioxins and other organic compounds from high temperature and high moisture gaseous streams. The method utilizes an adsorption powder characterized as containing a carbon-based powder and an effecti ...


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Youssef El Shoubary, Subash C Seth, Ned A Speizer: Method for treating metal contaminated water. Merck & Co, Elliott Korsen, Mark R Daniel, August 1, 2000: US06096223 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for treating contaminated water to precipitate metals without increasing the total dissolved solids content. In particular, the invention relates to the use of phosphoric acid and calcium hydroxide or calcium oxide to adjust the pH of chromium contaminated ...