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Rajiv Banavali
Ravindranath Mukkamala, Rajiv Manohar Banavali: Compounds containing amide and carboxyl groups as asphaltene dispersants in crude oil. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, October 17, 2006: US07122112 (3 worldwide citation)

A composition containing: (a) 0.001% to 20% of at least one compound represented by formula (II), wherein R5 is C1–C70 difunctional alkyl or C6–C14 difunctional aryl, and R3and R4 independently are hydrogen, alkyl, heterocyclic, aryl or aralkyl groups; and (b) crude oil. In addition to dispersing as ...


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Anubhav Saxena
Anubhav Saxena, Monjit Phukan, Umapathy Senthilkumar, Ian Procter, Sigfredo Gonzalez, Kalman Koczo, Sabine Azouani, Vikram Kumar: Polyorganosiloxane demulsifier compositions and methods of making the same. Momentive Performance Materials, Dominick G Vicari, October 4, 2011: US08030363 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method for separating emulsions of oil and water, the method comprising incorporating a demulsifying-effective amount of a polyorganosiloxane demulsifier into an emulsion comprising an oil phase and an aqueous phase. The invention also relates to compositions containing po ...


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Rajiv Banavali
Rajiv Manohar Banavali, Kim Sang Ho: Method for monitoring degradation of lubricating oils. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, December 22, 2009: US07635596

A method for monitoring degradation of lubricating oils. The method comprises steps of: (a) adding to a lubricating oil at least one compound having formula (I) wherein R1 and R2 independently are hydrogen, hydroxy, OR11, amino or NR11R12; R3 and R5 independently are alkyl, aryl, aralkyl, heteroalky ...


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Rajiv Banavali
Ravindranath Mukkamala, Rajiv Manohar Banavali: Compounds containing amide and carboxyl groups as asphaltene dispersants in crude oil. Rohm And Haas Company, December 2, 2004: US20040238404-A1

A composition comprising: (a) 0.001% to 20% of at least one compound having: (i) at least one carboxyl group; (ii) at least one amide group; and (iii) at least fifteen carbon atoms; and (b) crude oil; provided that the compound is not represented by formula (I) 1 wherein R1 and R2 independently are ...


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Bob Ware
Clinton R Kennedy, Stuart S Shih, Robert A Ware: Hydrocracking process with partial liquid recycle. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Charles J Speciale, Malcolm D Keen, January 8, 1991: US04983273 (39 worldwide citation)

A hydrocracking process employing a hydrocracking catalyst based on zeolite beta together with a metal hydrogenation/dehydrogenation component recycles the unconverted, hydrocracked bottoms fraction to the hydrocracking step for improvements in distillate selectivity and denitrogenation without loss ...


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Bob Ware
Nai Y Chen, Thomas F Degnan Jr, Clinton R Kennedy, Anil B Ketkar, Leonard R Koenig, Robert A Ware: Catalytic cracking of paraffinic feedstocks with zeolite beta. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Charles J Speciale, Malcolm D Keen, March 27, 1990: US04911823 (37 worldwide citation)

Heavy hydrocarbon oils of high paraffin content are catalytically cracked using zeolite beta. The paraffin content of the oil is at least 20 weight percent or higher. The gasoline cracking products have a high octane rating and the higher boiling products a decreased pour point resulting from the de ...


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Bob Ware
Robert A Ware, Stephen S Wong: Catalytic hydrodesulfurization. Mobil Oil Corporation, Alexander J McKillop, Charles J Speciale, Malcolm D Keen, April 30, 1991: US05011593 (23 worldwide citation)

A hydrodesulfurization process for catalytically hydrosulfurizing highly aromatic feeds, especially catalytically cracked feeds such as light cycle oils from catalytic cracking processes and aromatic extracts, employs a hydrodesulfurization catalyst containing zeolite beta. The zeolite beta based ca ...


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Bob Ware
Robert P L Absil, James R Katzer, Daria N Lissy, Robert A Ware, Stephen S Wong: Hydrocracking process using small crystal size zeolite Y. Mobil Oil Corporation, Peter W Roberts, April 15, 1997: US05620590 (20 worldwide citation)

There is provided a process and a catalyst for hydrocracking hydrocarbons, such as gas oils. The catalyst comprises a hydrogenating metal and small crystal size zeolite Y. The zeolite Y may have a crystal size of less than one micron. Examples of hydrogenating metals include nickel and tungsten.


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Bob Ware
Quang N Le, Robert A Ware, Stephen S Wong: Process configuration for producing high viscosity lubricating oils. Mobil Oil, Alexander J McKillop, Charles J Speciale, Robert B Furr Jr, April 3, 1990: US04913794 (13 worldwide citation)

A process is disclosed for improving the Viscosity Index of a hydrocarbon lubricating oil comprising the steps of providing a flow reactor having separate first and second inlet ports for the separate co-injection of lubricating oil and an organic peroxide, charging said lubricating oil and said org ...


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Bob Ware
Kathleen M Keville, Hye K C Timken, Robert A Ware: Method for preparing catalysts comprising zeolites extruded with an alumina binder. Mobil Oil, Alexander J McKillop, Dennis P Santini, Edward F Kenehan Jr, March 19, 1996: US05500109 (12 worldwide citation)

There is provided a method for preparing an alumina bound, zeolite catalyst, wherein a zeolite of low silanol content is used as the source of zeolite used to prepare the catalyst. A particular zeolite used in this catalyst is zeolite Y. This catalyst may be combined with at least one hydrogenation ...



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