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Zoran Petrovic, Andrew Guo, Ivan Javni: Process for the preparation of vegetable oil-based polyols and electroninsulating casting compounds created from vegetable oil-based polyols. Pittsburg State University, Shook Hardy & Bacon, August 22, 2000: US06107433 (66 worldwide citation)

A vegetable oil-based polyol is made by adding a peroxyacid to vegetable oil wherein said peroxyacid reacts with said vegetable oil to form epoxidized vegetable oil and adding said epoxidized vegetable oil to a mixture of an alcohol, water, and a catalytic amount of fluoboric acid so as to form a ve ...


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James M Arnold: Vegetable oil extended polyurethane systems. Communications Technology Corporation, Harris Kern Wallen & Tinsley, March 1, 1983: US04375521 (66 worldwide citation)

A vegetable oil extended polyurethane system comprising the reaction product of an isocyanate terminated polyisocyanate with a polyol in the presence of a vegetable oil and, optionally, a plasticizer, said polyurethane systems being applicable for use as reenterable encapsulants for sealing insulate ...


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Maxine Pesu, Heather Mathews: Vegetable oil candle. Bath & Body Works, Peter C Michalos, Angelo Notaro, Colucci & Umans, May 4, 2004: US06730137 (66 worldwide citation)

A candle composition has a paraffin wax mixture of a high melting point paraffin wax and a low melting point paraffin wax, and a hydrogenated vegetable oil that is present in a greater amount than the mixture of the varying grades of paraffin wax, and the vegetable oil contains no more than 0.15% fr ...


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Kazuo Uchinuma, Umekichi Sasaki: High-viscosity refrigerator oil compositions. Nippon Oil, Mitsubishi Jukogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Sanyo Chemical, Jordan and Hamburg, February 3, 1981: US04248726 (65 worldwide citation)

A high-viscosity refrigerator oil composition comprising (A) a polyglycol oil such as a polyoxypropylene glycol or an alkyl ether thereof and (B) 0.1-10% by weight, based on the total weight of (A) and (B), of a glycidyl ether type epoxy compound, an epoxidized fatty acid monoester and/or an epoxidi ...


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Dunn James Michael, Haas Ronald Thomas: Constant release rate solid oral dosage formulation of pharmaceutical compounds having a high degree of water solubility.. Verex Lab, May 16, 1984: EP0108218-A2 (64 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides constant order release tablets of drugs which have a high degree of water-solubility. The tablet formulations of this invention comprise: a therapeutically effective amount of a drug having a high degree of water solubility, from about 8-18 weight percent of an acrylic ...


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William D Stidham, Donald W Seaman, Myron F Danzer: Method for preparing a lower alkyl ester product from vegetable oil. West Central Cooperative, Fay Sharpe Fagan Minnich & McKee, October 3, 2000: US06127560 (61 worldwide citation)

Comminuted soybeans are heated to high temperatures to condition the soybean oil contained therein. The soybean oil is extracted and filtered to remove solid fines, and then degummed and bleached. The prepared oil is introduced into a stirred reactor where lower aliphatic monohydric alcohol and an a ...


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Paula S Kirk: Stable, water miscible emulsion comprising a fat-soluble vitamin. BASF Corporation, Rubert B Hurley, October 30, 1990: US04966779 (59 worldwide citation)

A stable, water-miscible emulsion comprises specific proportions of (a) a fat-soluble vitamin (b) a liquid, edible vegetable oil, (c) a modified lecithin (d) a sucrose ester (e) sorbitan monooleate (f) a sugar alcohol and (g) water. The emulsion has an average droplet size of from about 0.5 microns ...


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Stephen H W Wu, M Akram Sandhu, Charles H Benton: Encapsulated butylated hydroxyanisole. Eastman Kodak Company, John F Stevens, Daniel B Reece III, September 25, 1984: US04473620 (59 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are free flowing, solid, antioxidant particles comprising butylated hydroxyanisole encapsulated within an edible polymeric coating. The coating is adapted to release the butylated hydroxyanisole when the particles are in contact with vegetable oil or molten fat. The process for preparing t ...


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Simon Benita, Menashe Levy: Medicinal emulsions.. Yissum Res Dev Co, October 10, 1990: EP0391369-A2 (58 worldwide citation)

A pharmaceutical composition being an oil in water type emulsion which comprises an effective amount of a lypophilic drug is provided. The composition comprises a synergistic combination consisting of about 3-50% of an oily carrier consisting of MCT oil optionally in combination with vegetable oil, ...



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