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Tatsuo Moroe, Akira Komatsu, Kiyosumi Doi, Mitio Moroe: Process for producing hydrocarbons. Takasago Perfumery, Sughrue Rothwell Mion Zinn and Macpeak, July 22, 1980: US04214110 (5 worldwide citation)

A process for producing hydrocarbons having about 10 to 50 carbon atoms with a high yield by subjecting a synthetic polyisoprene rubber to a thermally destructive distillation under a reduced pressure and further a process for producing squalane-like saturated hydrocarbons by catalytically reducing ...


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Improvements in and relating to the distillation of coal. Fischer Franz, August 11, 1921: GB146287-A (5 worldwide citation)

146,287. Fischer, F. Nov. 13, 1916, [Convention date]. Drawings to Specification. Retorts.-The destructive distillation of coal for the recovery of oil is carried out in rotary retorts containing a heavy iron roller of the same length as the retort. The process may be worked under reduced pressure, ...


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[en] Liquid smoke concentrate. Unilever, July 11, 1979: GB2011241-A (5 worldwide citation)

[en] A liquid smoke concentrate has a 3,4-benzpyrene- and 1,2,5,6- dibenzanthracene content of less than 0.2 nanograms, having a tar content (calculated as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) below 1 microgram/kg, and a phenolic compounds content (calculated as phenol) of 0.90-1.60 g/l, preferably 1.0 ...


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Process for the conversion and recovery of distillable constituents from tyres. Schaefer W, July 27, 1977: GB1481353-A (5 worldwide citation)

1481353 Destructive distillation of tyres W SCHAFER 6 Feb 1975 [25 Feb 1974] Divided out of 1481352 49031/76 Heading C5E Tyres are thermally decomposed in the absence of oxygen and steam or carbon dioxide is passed through the hot carbon formed to produce water gas or reducer gas. The Figure illustr ...


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Janusz Kulesza, Kazimierz Miler, Jerzy Podlejski, Jozef Gora, Teresa Czajkowska, Zbigniew Kozlowski, Jadwiga Kolska, Jolanta Stolowska, Zygmunt Rutkowski: Method of obtaining a smoking agent. Politechnika Lodzka Instytut Brzemyuslu Miesnego, Haseltine Lake & Waters, January 23, 1979: US04136206 (4 worldwide citation)

A method for obtaining a smoking agent from smoke condensate obtained from the destructive distillation of cellulose or lignin material comprising subjecting the smoke condensate to extraction by an aqueous solution of a mineral acid to remove organic bases or with a mineral acid which does not deco ...


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Maurice W Putman: Method for destructive distillation of hydrocarbonaceous materials. Herbert E Haynes Jr, February 21, 1978: US04075083 (4 worldwide citation)

A method of retorting oil shale which comprises the steps of passing the material in particulate form downwardly as a continuous vertical column of solid material successively through a preheating zone, a distillation zone, a combustion zone, and a residue cooling zone. An improved method of product ...


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William K T Gleim: Method of enhancing distillate yield in a hydrocarbonaceous material thermocracking process. Peter J Georges, May 5, 1981: US04265711 (4 worldwide citation)

A method for destructive distillation of hydrocarbonaceous distilland is disclosed wherein a dienophile is introduced into the vaporous phase to reduce the production of non-distillable polymeric product. Specifically dienophiles available economically in large amounts such as maleic anhydride are d ...


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Improvements in or relating to the refining of waxes. Nicholas Weiser, April 30, 1952: GB671113-A (4 worldwide citation)

Waxes are refined by treating the molten wax with 5-25 per cent, by weight of the crude wax, of a solid adsorbent to form a dry pulverulent mixture, extracting this mixture with a solvent for the wax, and recovering the wax from the solution. Waxes treated are animal, vegetable or mineral waxes or a ...


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Conversion of organic waste material. Redker Young Processes, February 22, 1978: GB1501729-A (4 worldwide citation)

1501729 Gasifying waste material REDKERYOUNG PROCESSES Inc 25 April 1975 [6 May 1974] 17303/75 Heading C5E [Also in Division F4] The destructive distillation of waste organic material, for example fragments of paper, wood, garbage and plastics or trash from which glass and metal have been removed th ...


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Process and apparatus for the conversion and recovery of distillable constituents from tyres. Schaefer W, July 27, 1977: GB1481352-A (4 worldwide citation)

1481352 Destructive distillation of tyres W SCHAFER 6 Feb 1975 [25 Feb 1974] 8490/74 Heading C5E Tyres are heated, with the substantial exelusion of oxygen, by indirect heat exchange with a hot gas which is led off after the heat exchange separately from the gaseous products formed by the decomposit ...



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