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Joseph M DeSimone, Timothy J Romack, Douglas E Betts, James B McClain: Cleaning process using carbon dioxide as a solvent and employing molecularly engineered surfactants. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec, February 2, 1999: US05866005 (105 worldwide citation)

The separation of a contaminant from a substrate that carries the contaminant is disclosed. The process comprises contacting the substrate to a carbon dioxide fluid containing an amphiphilic species wherein the contaminant associates with the amphiphilic species and becomes entrained in the carbon d ...


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Joseph M DeSimone, Timothy Romack, Douglas E Betts, James B McClain: Cleaning process using carbon dioxide as a solvent and employing molecularly engineered surfactants. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec, August 31, 1999: US05944996 (77 worldwide citation)

The separation of a contaminant from a substrate that carries the contaminant is disclosed. The process comprises contacting the substrate to a carbon dioxide fluid containing an amphiphilic species so that the contaminant associates with the amphiphilic species and becomes entrained in the carbon d ...


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Joseph M DeSimone, Timothy Romack, Douglas E Betts, James B McClain: Cleaning process using carbon dioxide as a solvent and employing molecularly engineered surfactants. University of North Carolina, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, July 21, 1998: US05783082 (58 worldwide citation)

The separation of a contaminant from a substrate that carries the contaminant is disclosed. The process comprises contacting the substrate to a carbon dioxide fluid containing an amphiphilic species so that the contaminant associates with the amphiphilic species and becomes entrained in the carbon d ...


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Desimone Joseph M, Romack Timothy, Mcclain James B, Betts Douglas E: Nouveau procede de nettoyage faisant intervenir du dioxyde de carbone a titre de solvant et mettant en oeuvre des tensioactifs obtenus par manipulation moleculaire, Novel cleaning process using carbon dioxide as a solvent and employing molecularly engineered surfactants. The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, SIM & MCBURNEY, May 9, 1997: CA2236529

The separation of a contaminant from a substrate that carries the contaminant is diclosed. The process comprises contacting the substrate to a carbon dioxide fluid containing an amphiphilic species wherein the contaminant associates with the amphiphilic species and becomes entrained in the carbon di ...


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Desimone Joseph M, Romack Timothy, Betts Douglas E, Mclain James B: Novel cleaning process using carbon dioxide as a solvent and employing molecularly engineered surfactants. The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, Desimone Joseph M, Romack Timothy, Betts Douglas E, Mclain James B, SIBLEY Kenneth D, May 9, 1997: WO/1997/016264

The separation of a contaminant from a substrate that carries the contaminant is diclosed. The process comprises contacting the substrate to a carbon dioxide fluid containing an amphiphilic species wherein the contaminant associates with the amphiphilic species and becomes entrained in the carbon di ...


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Desimone Joseph M, Romack Timothy, Betts Douglas E, Mclain James B: Novel cleaning process using carbon dioxide as a solvent and employing molecularly engineered surfactants. Univ North Carolina, November 24, 1999: EP0958068-A1

The separation of a contaminant from a substrate that carries the contaminant is disclosed. The process comprises contacting the substrate to a carbon dioxide fluid containing an amphiphilic species so that the contaminant associates with the amphiphilic species and becomes entrained in the carbon d ...


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METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR LARGE SCALE CARBON DIOXIDE UTILIZATION FROM LAKE KIVU VIA A CO2 INDUSTRIAL UTILIZATION HUB INTEGRATED WITH ELECTRIC POWER PRODUCTION AND OPTIONAL CRYO-ENERGY STORAGE. November 30, 2017: US20170341942-A1

Lake Kivu contains ˜50 million tonnes (MT) dissolved biomethane. Efficient use is problematic from massive associated CO2: ˜600 MT. Conventional extraction scrubs CO2 with ˜50% overall CH4 loss, and returns ˜80% CO2 into the deep lake, preserving a catastrophe hazard threatening >2 M people. Methods ...