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Howell Frederick Harold Dr: Hydroquinone ethers and a process for preparing them.. Ciba-Geigy, January 11, 1984: EP0098241-A1 (197 worldwide citation)

Es werden Hydrochinonäther der Formel I und Salze davon mit Basen oder organischen oder anorganischen Säuren beschrieben, worin p 1 oder 2 und q 0 oder 1 sind mit der Massgabe, dass p+q 1 oder 2 ist, R einen Rest der Formel II und Q -COOR4, -CON(R4) (R5), -OR7, -OCOR7, -N(R8) (R9), -PO(OR10) ([O)xR1 ...


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Frederick A Pesa, Anne M Graham, Wayne R Kliewer: Hydrogenation of carboxylic acids. The Standard Oil Company, Joseph G Curatolo, Herbert D Knudsen, Larry W Evans, August 9, 1983: US04398039 (186 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for the vapor phase hydrogenation of carboxylic acids to yield their corresponding alcohols in the presence of steam and a catalyst comprising the mixed oxides of ruthenium, at least one of cobalt, nickel, and optionally one of cadmium, zinc, copper, iron, rhodium, palladium, o ...


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Raddatz Peter Dr, Schmitges Claus J Dr, Minck Klaus Otto Dr: Amino acid derivatives.. Merck Patent, April 27, 1988: EP0264795-A2 (169 worldwide citation)

The amino acid derivatives of the formula I in which X, Z, R, R, R, E, Y and n have the meaning indicated in Claim 1, and their salts inhibit the activity of human plasma renin.


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Fritzberg Alan R: Metal radionuclide labeled proteins for diagnosis and therapy.. Neorx, July 23, 1986: EP0188256-A2 (155 worldwide citation)

Protein conjugated chelated metal radionuclides are provided for use in vivo. Intermediates are provided for preparing the polypeptide compositions efficiently.


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Melanie Kitson, Peter S Williams: Alcohols production by hydrogenation of carboxylic acids. BP Chemicals, Brooks Haidt Haffner & Delahunty, February 5, 1991: US04990655 (151 worldwide citation)

Ethanol is produced from acetic acid or propanol is produced from propionic acid by contacting either acetic acid or propionic acid in the vapor phase with hydrogen at elevated temperature and a pressure in the range from 1 to 150 bar in the presence of a catalyst comprising as essential components ...


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Daniel Berian John, Gracey Benjamin Patrick: Process for the conversion of hydrocarbons into alcohol. Bp, May 20, 2009: EP2060553-A1 (149 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for the conversion of a carbonaceous feedstock to ethanol; wherein the carbonaceous feedstock is first converted to ethanoic acid, which is then hydrogenated and converted into ethanol.


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Bushell Michael John, Beautement Kevin, Glough John Martin, Defraine Paul, Anthony Vivienne Margaret, Godfrey Christopher Richard Ay: Fungicides.. Ici, April 23, 1986: EP0178826-A2 (148 worldwide citation)

Chemical compounds of the formula: in which R, X, Y and Z have various specified values. The compounds are useful in the preparation of agricultural acrylic acid derivatives described in EP-A-178826.


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Gordon Eric Michael: Aminocarbonyl renin inhibitors.. Squibb & Sons, May 27, 1987: EP0223437-A2 (144 worldwide citation)

Compounds are disclosed of the formula wherein R1, R2, R3, R4, R9, and X are defined herein. These compounds intervene in the conversion of angiotensinogen to angiotensin II by inhibiting renin and thus are useful as antihypertensive agents.


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Bradley Michael William, Harris Norman, Turner Keith: Process for the production of ethanol.. Davy Mckee London, April 4, 1984: EP0104197-A1 (141 worldwide citation)

Ethanol is produced by carbonylation of methanol by reaction with carbon monoxide in the presence of a carbonylation catalyst to form acetic acid which is then converted to an acetate ester followed by hydrogenolysis of the acetate ester formed to give ethanol or a mixture of ethanol and another alc ...