Deodatta Shenai-Khatkhate
Shenai Khatkhate Deodatta Vinayak, Timmons Michael L, Marsman Charles R, Woelk Egbert, Dicarlo Jr Ronald L: Delivery device. Rohm And Haas Electronic Materials, August 1, 2006: TW200626823

Delivery devices for delivering solid precursor compounds in the vapor phase to reactors are provided. Such devices include a precursor composition of a solid precursor compound with a layer of packing material disposed thereon. Also provided are methods for transporting a carrier gas saturated with ...

William H. Gates III
Jeffrey A Bowers, Kenneth G Caldeira, Alistair K Chan, William H Gates III, Roderick A Hyde, Muriel Y Ishikawa, Jordin T Kare, John Latham, Nathan P Myhrvold, Stephen H Salter, Clarence T Tegreene, Williard H Wattenburg, Lowell L Wood JR: Water alteration structure applications and methods. Searete a liability corporation of the State of Delaware, Searete, July 9, 2009: US20090173386-A1

A method is generally described which includes environmental alteration. The method includes determining a placement of at least one vessel capable of moving water to lower depths in the water via wave induced downwelling. The method also includes placing the at least one vessel in the determined pl ...

Satyam C Cherukuri, Robert R Demers, Zhong H Fan, Aaron W Levine, Sterling E McBride, Peter J Zanzucchi: Method and system for inhibiting cross-contamination in fluids of combinatorial chemistry device. David Sarnoff Research Center, William J Burke, February 18, 1997: US05603351 (312 worldwide citation)

A system and method for accomplishing a plurality of combinatorial processes in parallel comprising a microelectronic and fluidic array (device array) having micron-sized reservoirs, connecting microchannels and reaction cells etched into a substrate. The device array is supported by a station which ...

Armand A Gregoli, Andrew M Olah, John A Hamshar, Daniel P Rimmer: Preparation of low-viscosity improved stable crude oil transport emulsions. Canadian Occidental Petroleum, John Wade Carpenter, January 8, 1991: US04983319 (236 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of low-viscosity improved stable crude oil transport emulsions. The process comprises producing a hydrocarbon crude, and mixing the produced hydrocarbon crude with an emulsifying composition(s) which contains water and is capable of assisting the formation of an oil-in- ...

Dean L Kamen, Joseph B Seale, Joseph Briggs, Finn Arnold: Flow conrol system. DEKA Products Partnership, Bromberg & Sunstein, June 18, 1996: US05526844 (178 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling the flow of fluid through a line 3. The system may include first and second valves (A, B; and 6, 7) in the line 3 between is located a chamber (52, 82), part of which may be filled with fluid having a variable volume (52), and another part is filled with a measurement gas (V ...

Sebastian Bohm: Method of controlling the movement of fluid through a microfluidic circuit using an array of triggerable passive valves. Lifescan Scotland, Bernard E Shay, January 2, 2007: US07156117 (96 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to methods of controlling the flow of fluids through a microfluidic circuit and, more particularly, to methods of controlling the movement of fluid through a microfluidic circuit using one or more triggerable passive valves. In one embodiment of a method of controll ...

Shay Kaplan, Amit Shacham: Apparatus, and method for propelling fluids. Nanolab, Eitan Pearl Latzer & Cohen Zedek, September 24, 2002: US06453928 (96 worldwide citation)

A device for moving a fluid in a fluidics system. The device may include one or more controllably openable closed chambers. The pressure within the closed chamber(s) is lower than the ambient pressure outside the fluidics system or lower than the pressure within another channel of the fluidic system ...

William N Wilson, Roger D Bradshaw, Bonsall S Wilton, Robert B Carpenter: Spacer fluids. Atlantic Richfield Company, Haynes and Boone, July 9, 1991: US05030366 (95 worldwide citation)

Spacer fluids providing an effective buffer between drilling fluids and cement slurries during well completion. The spacer fluids comprise a sulfonated styrene copolymer dispersant and one or more additional components such as surfactants, viscosifiers and weighting materials to form a rheologically ...

Gene D Rose, Arthur S Teot, Peter A Doty: Process for reversible thickening of a liquid. The Dow Chemical Company, April 5, 1988: US04735731 (83 worldwide citation)

Industrial liquids containing viscoelastic surfactant compositions can be reversibly thickened and broken. For example, a thickened industrial liquid can exhibit good solids carrying capacity, and after the viscosity of the liquid is broken, using techniques such as change in pH, addition of a hydro ...

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