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Francis C Moore, Leon R Perkinson: Hydrogen peroxide vapor sterilization method. Moore Perk Corporation, Tilton Fallon Lungmus & Chestnut, September 25, 1979: US04169123 (152 worldwide citation)

A method of sterilizing the surfaces of articles such as medical intruments and other products by exposing such surfaces to hydrogen peroxide gas at temperatures below 80.degree. C. in a temperature range that is generally considered nonsporicidal.


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Walter Grosse Bowing, Hinrich Mrozek, Hans Joachim Schlussler, Bernd Tinnefeld, Peter Vogele: Stable peroxy-containing microbicides. Henkel & Cie, Hammond & Littell, September 27, 1977: US04051058 (140 worldwide citation)

Stable peroxy-containing concentrates useful for the production of microbicidal agents consisting essentially of


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Walter Grosse Bowing, Hinrich Mrozek, Hans Joachim Schlussler, Bernd Tinnefeld, Peter Vogele: Peroxy-containing microbicides stable in storage. Henkel & Cie, Hammond & Littell, September 27, 1977: US04051059 (129 worldwide citation)

Peroxy-containing concentrates, stable in storage, useful for the production of functional agents consisting essentially of


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Richard J Forstrom, Michael D Wardle: Cold gas sterilization process. Moore Perk Corporation, Larry N Barger, September 25, 1979: US04169124 (108 worldwide citation)

A "cold" gas sterilization process that operates at temperatures below 80.degree. C. in a temperature range that is generally considered nonsporicidal. The process is capable of sterilizing with gaseous hydrogen peroxide at extremely low concentrations in a gas phase, such as 0.5 mg/L. The widely us ...


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Michael Prencipe, Vincent Drago: Abrasive tooth whitening dentifrice of improved stability. Colgate Palmolive Company, Paul Shapiro, Robert C Sullivan, October 26, 1993: US05256402 (105 worldwide citation)

Abrasive dentifrice compositions containing an oxygen liberating whitening compound which is stable with respect to oxygen level and exhibits heightened and rapid whitening of teeth and stain removal which comprises a combination of a dicalcium phosphate compound and a metal ion free peroxide compou ...


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John Curtis, Salim Nahoo, Michael Prencipe: Dental material and method for applying preventative and therapeutic agents. Colgate Palmolive Company, Michael J McGreal, Robert C Sullivan, May 10, 1994: US05310563 (103 worldwide citation)

A dental composition is produced from a dilatant silicone polymer composition by dispersing a bioactive component in the polymer composition. The dental composition is shaped and pressed against the teeth and gum surfaces and allowed to remain in place for a period of time sufficient to release the ...


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Jorg Breitenbach, Bernhard Fussnegger, Siegfried Lang, Hans Bernd Reich: Polymer/hydrogen peroxide complexes. BASF Aktiengesellschaft, Keil & Weinkauf, August 31, 1999: US05945032 (94 worldwide citation)

Polymer complexes which comprises hydrogen peroxide, a polymer suitable for complex formation with hydrogen peroxide, and at least one metal colloid and/or metal salt are prepared as described and used in bactericidal compositions, disinfectant systems, hair cosmetic compositions and as free-radical ...


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George W Willcockson deceased, David C F Law: Hydrogen peroxide composition. Surgikos, Michael Q Tatlow, October 16, 1984: US04477438 (91 worldwide citation)

An antimicrobial composition containing hydrogen peroxide is disclosed. The composition is non-corrosive to surgical instruments and contains 4%-7% hydrogen peroxide, 0.1% to 0.3% of a chelating agent, 0.1% of a water soluble zinc compound, 0.1% to 0.3% of a sodium cocoyl sarcosinate or is fatty aci ...


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William Schmidt: Noncontaminating antimicrobial composition. Ecolab, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, August 18, 1992: US05139788 (89 worldwide citation)

An antimicrobial surface sanitizing composition comprising a major portion of diluent and an active antimicrobial agent, said agent comprising an antimicrobial effective amount of an alpha-hydroxy substituted mono- or di-carboxylic acid, and an antimicrobial effective amount of hydrogen peroxide, wh ...


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Jerome B Rudy, Melvin Denholtz, Jeffrey R Denholtz: Periodontal composition and method. Peroxydent Group, Klauber & Jackson, November 20, 1990: US04971782 (86 worldwide citation)

Compositions are disclosed for treating oral bacteria in the mouth, e.g., toothpaste or gel and/or tooth powders, granules, flakes or tablets. The compositions include a peroxide, a bicarbonate salt and a peroxide stabilizer.