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A process for the production of polyhydric alcohol mixtures by degradative hydrogenation of sugars. Udic, June 22, 1960: GB838766-A (19 worldwide citation)

A crude solution of sugars obtained from the mineral acid hydrolysis of cellulose and/or hemicellulose present in cellulosic material is catalytically hydrogenated at a temperature of 100-160 DEG C. while the solution is maintained at a pH of at least 8 to give polyhydric alcohols having less carbon ...


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James L Gaddy, Edgar C Clausen: Method of separation of sugars and concentrated sulfuric acid. Dorsey & Whitney, August 26, 1986: US04608245 (18 worldwide citation)

A method of recovering concentrated sulfuric acid from the product obtained from the acid hydrolysis of a cellulose-containing material such a biomass. The method involves contacting the product with an extraction solvent comprising one or more of the C.sub.4 -C.sub.7 alcohols as the major component ...


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Richard H Baltz, Gene M Wild, Eugene T Seno: Demycinosyltylosin and process for its production. Eli Lilly and Company, Nancy J Harrison, Arthur R Whale, March 23, 1982: US04321361 (18 worldwide citation)

23-Demycinosyltylosin (DMT) which has the formula: ##STR1## 20-dihydro-DMT, specified acyl ester derivatives, and their acid addition salts are useful antibacterial agents. Improved methods of making 5-O-mycaminosyltylonolide (OMT) and 20-dihydro-OMT by mild acid hydrolysis of DMT and 20-dihydro-DMT ...


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Roger D Hester, George E Farina: Concentrated sulfuric acid hydrolysis of lignocellulosics. Tennessee Valley Authority, Peter D Olexy, October 26, 1999: US05972118 (18 worldwide citation)

A process, system, and apparatus for effectively and economically producing fermentable sugars from cellulosic feedstocks is described. The economic viability of using wood and/or agricultural waste, containing large fractions of cellulose and hemicellulose is highly dependent on the method used for ...


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Werner C Muller, Franklyn D Miller: Fermentable sugar from the hydrolysis of carbohydrate polymer. National Distillers and Chemical Corporation, Kenneth D Tremain, December 20, 1983: US04421856 (18 worldwide citation)

The yield of fermentable sugar, largely glucose (dextrose), resulting from the acid catalyzed hydrolysis of a carbohydrate polymer such as starch or cellulose can be significantly increased by the addition to the hydrolysate under acid hydrolysis conditions of water soluble non-fermentable carbohydr ...


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Hughes Trevor Lloyd, Jones Timothy Gareth John, Tustin Gary John: Viscoelastic surfactant based gelling composition for wellbore service fluids. Sofitech, June 16, 1999: GB2332223-A (18 worldwide citation)

A wellbore service fluid comprising a viscoelastic surfactant in combination with means for controlling the concentration of at least partially charged sites within the fluid so as to delay the onset of gelation of said fluid. The means for controlling the concentration of partially charged sites ca ...


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Gregory S Buliga, Mark S Miller, William F Powell, Daniel G Lis, R G Krishnamurthy, Vernon C Witte, Sharon Tomski: Fat-free tablespread and method of making. Kraft Foods, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 26, 1996: US05501869 (17 worldwide citation)

A non-fat edible plastic dispersion which has rheological properties similar to solid margarine or squeezable margarine. The plastic dispersion includes a fat mimetic selected from the group consisting of gelling type maltodextrins, starch modified by acid hydrolysis to remove amorphous regions ther ...


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Nils Ove Gustavsson, Monica Jönsson, Per Berdén, Timo Laakso, Mats Reslow: Starch. Jagotec, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, September 9, 2003: US06616948 (17 worldwide citation)

Production of purified, parenterally administrable starch by washing starch containing more than 85% amylopectin in order to remove surface-localized proteins, lipids and endotoxins, subjecting the starch to a molecular weight reduction by acid hydrolysis, and optionally removing residual water-solu ...


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Roger D Hester, George E Faina: Process for separating acid-sugar mixtures using ion exclusion chromatography. Tennessee Valley Authority, Robert A Petrusek, July 23, 1996: US05538637 (17 worldwide citation)

A process for effectively and economically separating an ionic component such as acid from a nonionic component such as sugar in polar solutions using ion exclusion technology whereby the viability of using hydrolysis to convert wood and agricultural waste products such as corn stover into fuel alco ...


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Kazuhiro Ito, Etsuzo Entani, Yoshiya Kawamura: Methods for protecting vegetables, turfgrass, rice and fruit trees from fungi and bacteria. Nakano Vinegar, Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, December 20, 1994: US05374627 (17 worldwide citation)

A variety of plant diseases and damage by certain pests in agricultural and horticultural plants can be efficiently controlled without substantial chemical injuries by applying a plant-protecting composition which comprises (a) 1 part by weight of a chitosan hydrolyzate having an average molecular w ...



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