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Mcfetrich Dennis: Shotgun cartridge wad. Mcfetrich Dennis, April 10, 2002: GB2367606-A (5 worldwide citation)

A wad for a shotgun cartridge is made from a biodegradable plastics material such as polyvinyl alcohol. The wad may comprise a base, a portion that in use collapses longitudinally, and a cup containing the shot.


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Kono Monichiro, Kano Fumihisa: Printing ink. Toyo Ink Mfg, Toyo Food Color &Amp Chemical, June 26, 2002: JP2002-179971 (4 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a printing ink which has no fear of polluting the environment even when biodegradable plastics subjected to printing are discarded in the environment.SOLUTION: The printing ink for biodegradable plastics has a natural pigment such as a chlorophyllin based pigment as ...


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Grigat Ernst Dr, Mueller Hanns Peter Dr, Schulz Schlitte Wolfgang Dr, El Sayed Aziz Dr, Timmermann Ralf Dr: Reinforced biodegradable plastics. Bayer, April 2, 1997: EP0765911-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

Reinforced thermoplastic moulding materials (I) contg. (i) biodegradable polymers selected from (a1) aliphatic or partly aromatic polyesters, (a2) thermoplastic aliphatic polyester- urethanes, (a3) aliphatic-aromatic polyester-carbonates and (a4) aliphatic polyester-amides, with (ii) wood dust, natu ...


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John J Meister, Meng Jiu Chen: Biodegradable plastics and composites from wood. Barnes Kisselle Raisch Choate Whittemore & Hulbert, June 13, 1995: US05424382 (3 worldwide citation)

In this disclosure, there are provided materials which completely degrade in the environment far more rapidly than pure synthetic plastics but which possesses the desirable properties of a thermoplastic: strength, impact resistance, stability to aqueous acid or base, and deformation at higher temper ...


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Norio Yanagisawa, Toshikazu Murayama, Nobuko Tsukazi, Yorozu Yokomori: Process for producing polyhydroxycarboxlic acid. Kyowa Hakko Kogyo, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, March 16, 1999: US05883222 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a process for producing polyhydroxycarboxylic acids having a weight-average molecular weight of 50,000 or above which are excellent as biodegradable plastics by subjecting Lactides to ring-opening polymerization in the presence of an inorganic solid acid catalyst carry ...


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John J Meister, Meng Jiu Chen: Biodegradable plastics and composites from wood. Barnes Kisselle Raisch Choate Whittemore & Hulbert P C, April 21, 1998: US05741875 (3 worldwide citation)

In this disclosure, there are provided materials which completely degrade in the environment far more rapidly than pure synthetic plastics but which possesses the desirable properties of a thermoplastic: strength, impact resistance, stability to aqueous acid or base, and deformation at higher temper ...


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Bastioli Catia, Lombi Roberto, Del Tredici Gianfranco, Guanella Italo: Composition comprising destructured starch suitable for producing articles of biodegradable plastics material. Novamont, February 19, 1997: EP0758669-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

Biodegradable composition comprising destructured starch, a thermoplastic polymer and a high-boiling plasticiser in an amount from 0.05 to 100% of the weight of the starch, where in the starch is obtained by destructuring starch as it is without the addition of water.


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Skeels Ian: Plant pot. Unwins Seeds, February 15, 1995: GB2280836-A (3 worldwide citation)

A plant pot of biodegradable plastics material includes plant-nutritive and/or plant-protective agents that are released as the material degrades in contact with soil. The plant-nutritive and/or plant-protective agents may be provided integrally with the pot or provided in a receptacle engageable wi ...


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Maruyama Hiroshige, Murayama Toshikazu, Yanagisawa Nirio, Tsuzaki Nobuko: Process for producing polyhydroxycarboxylic acid. Kyowa Yuka, June 17, 1998: EP0848026-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a process for producing polyhydroxycarboxylic acids which comprises subjecting at least one hydroxycarboxylic acid or oligomer thereof to polycondensation in the presence of an alkali metal compound, an alkaline earth metal compound, or a compound of a metal of Group I ...


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Park Young Hoon, Cho Kwang Myung, Kim Hye Won, Kim Dae Cheol: A method for producing lactic acid with high concentration and high yield using lactic acid bacteria. Cj, Park Young Hoon, Cho Kwang Myung, Kim Hye Won, Kim Dae Cheol, LEE Duck Rog, August 4, 2005: WO/2005/071061 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method for producing lactic acid with high concentration and high yield using Lactobacillus paracasei CJLA0310 KCCM-10542 that is separated and identified from Kimchi. Lactic acid is a very important organic acid with a wide range of applications including food add ...



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