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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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Lawrence J Russo Jr: Method for the separation of acid from sugars. Controlled Enviromental Systems Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, October 19, 1999: US05968362 (17 worldwide citation)

A method for separating acid and sugars obtained from liquids resulting from the acid hydrolysis of a material containing at least one of cellulose and hemicellulose is disclosed, comprising adding the liquids to a separation unit comprising a bed of anionic exchange or exclusion chromatographic mat ...


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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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Keijo Kiminki, Raili Kulmala, Seppo Sipila: Acid hydrolysis of polysaccharide-containing raw material. Oy W Rosenlew, Ladas Parry Von Gehr Goldsmith & Deschamps, June 14, 1977: US04029515 (17 worldwide citation)

A continuous method for the decomposition of a raw-material that contains polysaccharides by means of acid hydrolysis. The raw-material is hydrolyzed continuously in one reactor as two steps. In the first step, the hydrolysis is run in the upper part of the reactor in a vapor phase, whereby pentosan ...


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Faille Marc della, Fripiat Jose, Mercier Jean: Organomineral polymeric material. September 19, 1972: US3692816 (17 worldwide citation)

The material comprises a siliceous mineral framework constituted by the two-dimensional framework of a phyllosilicate and organic radicals having a reactable group which is capable of polymerization, the radicals being linked by Si-O-Si siloxane bonds to the tetrahedral layer of the phyllosilicate f ...


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Debono Manuel: Derivatives of actaplanin.. Lilly Co Eli, June 30, 1982: EP0055069-A1 (17 worldwide citation)

Antibiotic A-4696 pseudo-aglycone, produced by mild acid hydrolysis of the actaplanin antibiotic A-4696 complex, has antibacterial and growth promotant activity.


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Lawrence J Russo Jr: Method for the separation of acid from sugars. Controlled Environmental Systems Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, May 21, 2002: US06391204 (17 worldwide citation)

A method for separating acid and sugars obtained from liquids resulting from the acid hydrolysis of a material containing at least one of cellulose and hemicellulose is disclosed, comprising adding the liquids to a separation unit comprising a bed of anionic exchange or exclusion chromatographic mat ...


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Geier Douglas F, Hilaly Ahmad K, Soper John G: Method of preparing fatty acid alkyl esters from waste or recycled fatty acid stock. Archer Daniels Midland Company, Geier Douglas F, Hilaly Ahmad K, Soper John G, LUDWIG Steven R, October 27, 2005: WO/2005/100519 (17 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a method or preparing fatty acid alkyl esters from fatty acids contained in co-product streams, or waste or recycled fatty acid stock. The present method utilizes an acidic resin to convert the fatty acid stock into esters. The present method encompasses the use ...



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