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Robert W Gore: Process for producing porous products. W L Gore & Associates, Finnegan Henderson Farabow & Garrett, April 27, 1976: US03953566 (1039 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a tetrafluoroethylene polymer in a porous form which has an amorphous content exceeding about 5% and which has a micro-structure characterized by nodes interconnected by fibrils. The material has high porosity and high strength. It can be used to produce all kinds of shaped a ...


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Boncoeur Marcel, Hansz Bernard, Lieven Thierry: Process for producing porous products of boron or boron compounds.. Commissariat Energie Atomique, November 21, 1985: EP0161975-A1

L'invention a pour objet un procédé de fabrication de produits poreux en bore ou en composés du bore. Ce procédé comprend les étapes suivantes: 1. mettre en suspension de la poudre de bore dans une solution d'un sel, d'un hydroxyde ou d'un oxyde de métal alcalin, 2. séparer la poudre du liquide de l ...


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Boncoeur Marcel, Hansz Bernard, Lieven Thierry: Process for producing porous products of boron or boron compounds.. Commissariat Energie Atomique, October 31, 1985: FR2563511-A1

L'INVENTION A POUR OBJET UN PROCEDE DE FABRICATION DE PRODUITS POREUX EN BORE OU EN COMPOSES DU BORE.


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A process for producing porous products from unsaturated fatty oils and their derivatives. Age Solbakken, August 8, 1956: GB754385-A

A porous factice is prepared by mixing an unsaturated fatty oil or a derivative of such oil with water or an alcohol and with a substance which forms a gas with hydrochloric acid, and reacting the oil mixture with sulphur monochloride. 100 parts of dry linseed oil, 30 parts of sodium bicarbonate and ...