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02/27/14
20140057106
 Polysaccharide derivatives and structures employing same patent thumbnailPolysaccharide derivatives and structures employing same
Polysaccharide derivatives, more particularly heteropolysaccharide derivatives, especially hemicellulose derivatives, methods for making same and structures employing same are provided.. .
02/13/14
20140045772
 Cyclosporin compositions patent thumbnailCyclosporin compositions
A composition is disclosed herein comprising from about 0.001% to about 0.4% cyclosporin a, castor oil, and a surfactant selected from the group consisting of alcohol ethoxylates, alcohols, alkyl glycosides, alkyl polyglycosides, alkylphenol ethoxylates, amine oxides, block polymers, carboxylated alcohol or alkylphenol ethoxylates, carboxylic acids/fatty acids, cellulose derivatives, ethoxylated alcohols, ethoxylated alkylphenols, ethoxylated aryl phenols, ethoxylated fatty acids, ethoxylated fatty acids, ethoxylated fatty esters and oils, fatty alcohols, fatty esters, glycol esters, lanolin-based derivatives, lecithin and lecithin derivatives, lignin and lignin derivatives, methyl esters, monoglycerides and derivatives, phosphalipids, polyacrylic acids, polyethylene glycols, polyethylene oxide-polypropylene oxide copolymers, polyethylene oxides, polymeric surfactants, polypropylene oxides, propoxylated alcohols, propoxylated alkyl phenols, propoxylated fatty acids, protein-based surfactants, sarcosine derivatives, silicone-based surfactants, sorbitan derivatives, stearates, sucrose and glucose esters and derivatives, and combinations thereof.. .
01/16/14
20140017319
 Process for producing cellulose derivatives of high bulk density and good flowability patent thumbnailProcess for producing cellulose derivatives of high bulk density and good flowability
A particulate cellulose derivative is obtained in a process of grinding and drying a moist cellulose derivative which comprises the steps of a) providing a cellulose derivative having a moisture content of from 60 to 95 percent, based on the total weight of the moist cellulose derivative, b) grinding and partially drying the moist cellulose derivative in a gas-swept impact mill; and c) contacting the ground and partially dried cellulose derivative with an additional amount of a drying gas outside the gas-swept impact mill. The obtained particulate cellulose derivative has a high untapped bulk density and a good flowability..
01/16/14
20140013999
 Process for producing cellulose derivatives of high bulk density, good flowability and improved dispersibility in cold water patent thumbnailProcess for producing cellulose derivatives of high bulk density, good flowability and improved dispersibility in cold water
A particulate cellulose derivative is obtained in a process of grinding and drying a moist cellulose derivative which comprises the steps of a) providing a cellulose derivative having a moisture content of from 60 to 95 percent, based on the total weight of the moist cellulose derivative, b) grinding and partially drying the moist cellulose derivative in a gas-swept impact mill; and c) contacting the ground and partially dried cellulose derivative with an additional amount of a drying gas outside the gas-swept impact mill. The obtained particulate cellulose derivative has a high untapped bulk density and a good flowability..
12/12/13
20130327249
 Electrodes for lithium batteries patent thumbnailElectrodes for lithium batteries
Cathode or anode, wherein the cathode binder or the anode binder comprises or consists of cellulose and/or cellulose derivatives which are soluble only in ionic liquids, a process for the production thereof and the use of cellulose and/or cellulose derivatives which are soluble only in ionic liquids as binder for producing cathodes and anodes, in particular battery electrodes.. .
09/12/13
20130237609
 Cellulose derivatives for enhancing bioavailability of flavonoids patent thumbnailCellulose derivatives for enhancing bioavailability of flavonoids
The present invention relates to delivery systems to enhance the bioavailability of flavonoids to improve human health. Flavonoids of interest include but are not limited to curcumin, resveratrol, ellagic acid, naringenin, and quercetin.
08/22/13
20130216844
 Transparent conductive film-preparing method and transparent film preparedtherefrom patent thumbnailTransparent conductive film-preparing method and transparent film preparedtherefrom
Provided are a method for preparing a transparent conductive layer and a transparent conductive layer prepared by the method. The method for preparing a transparent conductive layer includes: 1) forming a cellulose derivative film by coating a transparent substrate with a cellulose derivative coating liquid; 2) hydrolyzing the cellulose derivatives by treating the cellulose derivative film using an alkaline agent; 3) forming a metal film by coating the hydrolyzed cellulose derivative film with an organic metal ink and reducing metals on the cellulose derivative; and 4) forming a conductive metal layer by heat-treating the cellulose derivative film with the metal film formed, and a transparent conductive layer prepared by the method.
08/22/13
20130216810
 Fire resistant woven fabrics and garments patent thumbnailFire resistant woven fabrics and garments
Optionally dyed woven fabrics and garments are disclosed that exhibit fire resistance, arc resistance, moisture management (water release rate and wicking), and abrasion resistance without the undesirable addition of topical treatments. Certain embodiments of the woven fabric are disclosed that comprise a plurality of weft yarns comprising a blend of fibers with inherently fire resistant fibers with superior moisture management properties and a plurality of warp yarns, optionally dyed, comprising cellulose derivatives.
08/22/13
20130216718
 Stable catalyst for electroless metallization patent thumbnailStable catalyst for electroless metallization
Catalysts include nanoparticles of catalytic metal and cellulose or cellulose derivatives. The catalysts are used in electroless metal plating.
08/22/13
20130216713
 Stable tin free catalysts for electroless metallization patent thumbnailStable tin free catalysts for electroless metallization
Catalysts which include nanoparticles of palladium metal and cellulose derivatives are used in electroless metal plating. The palladium catalysts are free of tin..
08/22/13
20130216678
Method for producing sterol formulations
The invention relates to a wet grinding method for producing sterol formulations having good wettability. According to said method, a) an additive selected from the group constituted by proteins, proteinaceous adjuvants, carbohydrates, cellulose derivatives, sugar alcohols, fruit concentrates and vegetable concentrates is dissolved or dispersed in water or in an aqueous suspension medium, b) sterol and/or stanol particles having a medium particle size of at least 1 mm are added to this solution/dispersion, c) the dispersion thus obtained is homogenized and size-reduced in a mill that works according to the rotor/stator principle, and d) is then optionally dried, with the proviso that the sterol and/or stanol particles are present in the final formulation with a particle size distribution of d90% of not more than 50 μm.
07/04/13
20130172544
Nano-deaggregated cellulose
Disclosed are methods and systems for treating cellulose to make it more accessible for enzymatic or chemical modification. The invention includes treating cellulose with an alkali in an alcohol/water co-solvent system.
06/20/13
20130157922
Water-based gel with low syneresis
The present invention is a water-based carrageenan gel composition that exhibits remarkable resistance against syneresis and mottling, made possible by the addition of relatively small amounts of nonionic cellulose derivatives such as methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose.. .
05/23/13
20130130092
Separator with increased puncture resistance
A separator with a main part which is made of nonwoven material, and is provided with a coating. The coating contains filler particles, cellulose, and flexible organic binder particles.
05/16/13
20130122402
Electrode for fuel cell, method of preparing the electrode, catalyst slurry, and fuel cell including the electrode
An electrode for a fuel cell, a method of preparing the electrode, a catalyst slurry, and a fuel cell including the electrode. The electrode includes an electrode support and a catalyst layer formed on the electrode support, wherein the catalyst layer includes a catalyst material and a water-based binder, wherein the water-based binder is at least one selected from the group consisting of cellulose derivatives and composites of organic polymer materials and inorganic oxides..
01/03/13
20130005945
Forming porous scaffold from cellulose derivatives
Scaffold comprises a polymer defining macropores and comprising hydroxypropylcellulose partially substituted by a substituent comprising a self-crosslinkable group, which is crosslinked through the self-crosslinkable group. The macropores have an average pore size larger than 50 microns and are at least partially interconnected.


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