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Joseph M Valdespino: Internal combustion engine. Duchworth Hobby Allen Dyer & Pettis, June 9, 1981: US04271793 (42 worldwide citation)

An improvement to an internal combustion engine having a fuel system for feeding a fuel-air mixture to the combustion chambers and an electrical generation system, such as an alternator. An electrolytic cell is attached adjacent to the engine to generate hydrogen and oxygen upon the application of a ...


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Herbert M Scull, Sebastian M Laurent: Gas stream purification. Ethyl Corporation, Donald L Johnson, John F Sieberth, John F Hunt, November 19, 1985: US04554141 (39 worldwide citation)

A process for the removal of ethylene from silane. Hydrocarbon-contaminated silane is preferably first distilled in a conventional distillation column to remove hydrocarbons boiling higher and lower than silane. Ethylene is removed by passing the silane stream through a column of zeolite, preferably ...


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Hyman D Gesser: Removal of aldehydes and acidic gases from indoor air. January 9, 1990: US04892719 (36 worldwide citation)

Indoor pollutants such as formaldehyde or acidic gases such as SO.sub.2, SO.sub.3, NO.sub.x and H.sub.2 S can be removed from a house by a reactive method consisting of a coating on a furnace filter in a forced air heating system. The coating is a polymeric substance with specific functional groups ...


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Motonobu Kobayashi, Kiichiro Mitsui, Yoku Nanba, Toshihide Kanzaki, Kunio Sano, Takehiko Suzuki, Akira Inoue: Method for purification of gas. Nippon Shokubai Kagaku Kogyo, Omri M Behr, September 8, 1992: US05145657 (28 worldwide citation)

A catalyst for the purification of a gas containing ozone or a component of offensive odor is composed of (A) a composite oxide comprising (a) titanium and (b) at least one element selected from the group consisting of Si, Zr, and P and (B) at least one element selected from the group consisting of ...


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Jean M Lalancette, Germain Belanger: Process for the destruction of toxic organic products. Hydro Quebec, Cushman Darby & Cushman, December 23, 1986: US04631183 (25 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a process for the destruction of toxic organic halogenated substances which comprises treating in a reaction chamber under a reductive atmosphere and at a temperature of from 1000.degree. to 1600.degree. C. a mixture of a toxic organic halogenated substance, carbon and a carbonate ...


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James S Ritscher: Novel combustion catalyst. Union Carbide Corporation, Richard G Miller, October 9, 1979: US04170571 (24 worldwide citation)

A unique class of copper zeolite combustion catalysts which are both highly siliceous and contain an extraordinary amount of zeolitic divalent copper cations which are prepared by ion exchanging the predominantly alkali metal cation form of ZSM-5 type zeolites with divalent copper cations and subjec ...


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Sheldon Chibnik: Nitrogen-containing compounds and lubricant compositions containing same. Mobil Oil Corporation, Charles A Huggett, Raymond W Barclay, Claude E Setliff, May 8, 1979: US04153564 (24 worldwide citation)

Compounds that act as emulsifiers, detergents and antioxidants when added to a lubricant or a fuel are prepared from (1) an alkenylsuccinic anhydride or acid and an aniline-aldehyde resin or (2) the product of (1) and an aromatic triazole, e.g. benzotriazole, and aldehyde. Also included are lubrican ...


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Jury S Matros, Viktor A Chumachenko, Ljudmila J Zudilina, Alexandr S Noskov, Evgeny S Bugdan: Method of catalytic cleaning of exhaust gases. Institut Kataliza Sibirskogo Otdelenia Akademii Nauk SSSR, Spetsialnoe Konstruktorsko Technologicheskoe Bjuro Katalizatorov S Optnym Zavodom, Burgess Ryan & Wayne, October 31, 1989: US04877592 (18 worldwide citation)

The method of catalytic cleaning of exhaust gases from organics and carbon monoxide consists in that an exhaust gas is passed through a bed of deep oxidation catalyst. The process is carried out with a temperature of 250.degree.-700.degree. C. The catalyst is made up of two parts. The exhaust gas is ...


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Hideyuki Masuda: Music and graphic apparatus audio-visually modeling acoustic instrument. Yamaha Corporation, Graham & James, December 21, 1999: US06005180 (14 worldwide citation)

In a music and graphic apparatus, a performance input device provides performance information effective to control generation of a music sound. A timbre input device provides timbre information effective to specify a timbre of the music sound. A sound source is operative based on the timbre informat ...



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