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| Hydrating composition|
The present invention is directed to a composition for hydrating keratinous substrates such as skin, hair and nails, the composition containing: (a) greater than 10% by weight of glycerin; (b) at least one c3-c8 alkanediol, other than glycerin; (c) an emollient mixture comprising shea butter and squalane; (d) at least one surfactant; and (e) water, all weights based on the total weight of the composition.. .
| Surface treatment for tpu jackets|
Exemplary implementations of the present invention address at least the above problems and/or disadvantages and other disadvantages not described above. Also, the present invention is not required to overcome the disadvantages described above, and an exemplary implementation of the present invention may not overcome any of the problems listed above.
|Method for reducing greenhouse gases|
The present invention provides a method of reducing greenhouse gases by capturing and storing carbon dioxide in the form of a biomass, which may be converted into a high value material such as, for example, an oil having more than 37% of omega-3, biodiesel, phospholipid, glycerin, glucose, and a protein feed.. .
|Glass marker pencil|
A glass marker pencil utilized on a surface that includes a generally elongated shaped base market pencil with a top and a body, a tip that protrudes from the top of the base marker pencil, the tip is contained within the body of the base marker pencil, an ink contained in the tip and a cap placed over the tip to protect the tip. The tip can be a variety of different types of tips and the ink can be a variety of different types of inks that are non-toxic and made of glycerin color dye..
|Apparatus and method for rapidly producing synthetic gas from bio-diesel by-product using microwave plasma|
Provided are an apparatus and a method for rapidly producing a synthetic gas from a bio-diesel byproduct using microwave plasma, in which, while a plasma flame is generated by a plasma generator and waste glycerin, a bio-diesel byproduct, as fuel, is gasified by being supplied to the generated plasma flame of high temperature, the fuel is supplied in various types to increase the contact time or the contact area with the plasma flame and thus promote gasification thereof and the contents of steam and oxygen supplied and the plasma power are controlled to increase the collection amount of combustible gas and thus allow rapid production of the synthetic gas.. .
|Photosensitive alkali-soluble resin, method of preparing the same, and color photosensitive resist containing the same|
Provided is a photosensitive alkali-soluble resin comprising a compound of formula (i), a method of preparing the same, and a color photosensitive resist containing the same, wherein n1, n2, r1, r2 and r3 are defined as herein. The photosensitive alkali-soluble resin is prepared by: copolymerizing ethylene oxide with α-hydroxyalkyl phenyl ketone to obtain the first intermediate product, followed by copolymerizing the first intermediate product with a copolymerization product of glycerin acrylate, styrene, and maleic anhydride to obtain the second intermediate product, and oxidizing the second intermediate product to produce the photosensitive alkali-soluble resin..
|Conductive metallic and semiconductor ink composition|
A representative printable composition comprises a liquid or gel suspension of a plurality of metallic particles; a plurality of semiconductor particles; and a first solvent. The pluralities of particles may also be comprised of an alloy of a metal and a semiconductor.
|Semiconductor ink composition|
A representative printable composition comprises a liquid or gel suspension of a plurality of substantially spherical semiconductor particles; and a first solvent comprising a polyol or mixtures thereof, such as glycerin; and a second solvent different from the first solvent, the second solvent comprising a carboxylic or dicarboxylic acid or mixtures thereof, such as glutaric acid. The composition may further comprise a third solvent such as tetramethylurea, butanol, or isopropanol.
|Agent for keratinous fibers, comprising at least one acrylate/glyceryl acrylate copolymer, at least one film-forming and/or solidifying polymer and at least one ester oil|
The present invention is an agent for treating keratinous fibers, particularly human hair, comprising: (a) at least one glyceryl acrylates/acrylates copolymer; (b) at least one film-forming and/or setting polymer; and (c) at least one ester oil. The agent may additionally comprise a polyol such as glycerin.
|Conductive ink composition|
A representative printable composition comprises a liquid or gel suspension of a plurality of conductive particles; a first solvent comprising a polyol or mixtures thereof, such as glycerin, and a second solvent comprising a carboxylic or dicarboxylic acid or mixtures thereof, such as glutaric acid. In various embodiments, the conductive particles are comprised of a metal, a semiconductor, an alloy of a metal and a semiconductor, or mixtures thereof, and may have sizes between about 5 nm to about 1.5 microns in any dimension.
|Method of producing lower alcohols from glycerol|
A reactive-separation process converts glycerin into lower alcohols, having boiling points less than 200° c., at high yields. Conversion of natural glycerin to propylene glycol through an acetol intermediate is achieved at temperatures from 150° to 250° c.
|Incorporation of ammonia release compounds in smoking articles|
A tobacco smoking mixture including an ammonia-release compound adapted to be formed into a lit-end cigarette is provided. The ammonia-release compound is incorporated in or on tobacco cut filler in an amount effective to reduce the cytotoxicity, and/or selective smoke constituents of cigarette smoke.
|Adhesive agent for application on a sanitary object|
Agent for sanitary facilities that can be applied directly on the sanitary object, adheres, and is flushable only after a large number of flushes. The agent comprises fillers from the group of surfactants and a bonding agent, wherein the bonding agent is selected from the group of polyalkylene derivatives, hydrogentated polystyrol derivatives, copolymers from the group of monoalkyl esters of poly(methyl vinyl ether/carbonic acid anhydrides, olefin homopolymers, and copolymers of two or more olefins, wherein the olefin homopolymers and copolymers can also be partially hydrogenated, partially oxidized, or further functionalized by graft molecules, and from the group of polyalkyleneimines, including in alkoxylized form, polyetheramines (alkoxylized amines) and polyglycerin polyether alkyl carbonic acids, polymers or derivatives comprising said polymer groups.
|Glycerin byproduct blend stock for mixing with refinery sludges|
Refinery sludge, including centrifuge filter cake and/or thermal desorption unit powder and glycerin byproduct, including glycerin byproduct from a biodiesel process are blended together. Moisture together with any methanol and any light hydrocarbons are removed and the resulting blend is burnt in a cement kiln..
|Iodine liquid soap, dispenser and method|
A iodine liquid soap dispenser having a reservoir containing an iodine solution. The dispenser has a head communicating with the reservoir capable of delivering the solution to the exterior of the reservoir in the form of foam.
|Process for producing a conditioning cleaning agent|
A process for producing a conditioning cleaning agent includes a) providing a microemulsion including (i) at least one alkyl(oligo)glycoside, (ii) at least one ester of glycerin with at least one c10-c24 fatty acid, (iii) at least one oil which is different from (ii), and (iv) water, and b) mixing the microemulsion with a cosmetic carrier that includes at least one polyhydroxy compound of formula (i) as defined in the specification herein.. .
|Process for producing a conditioning cleaning agent|
A process for producing a conditioning cleaning agent includes the steps of: a) providing a microemulsion, containing (i) at least one alkyl(oligo)glycoside, (ii) at least one ester of glycerin with at least one c10-c24 fatty acid, (iii) at least one oil which is different from (ii), and (iv) water, and b) mixing the microemulsion with a cosmetic carrier that contains at least one protein hydrolysate.. .
|Method and system for integrated biodiesel production|
The present invention relates to an integrated method and system to produce biodiesel from a plurality of assorted feed stocks. The feedstocks are pretreated with degumming, physical refining and glycerolysis.
|Method of destroying bacterial biofilm using sterile intravenous or intracavernous glycerin|
Disclosed is a method of preventing or inhibiting biofilm formation by a population of bacteria comprising the administration of a sterile intravenous normal saline solution containing glycerin and amino acids. In some embodiments, the concentration of glycerin in the normal saline solution is approximately 3%.
|Biodegradable materials and methods of making the same|
Biodegradable materials and methods of their manufacture. Certain embodiments of the biodegradable materials include a crustacean shell material, at least one of gelatin, glycerin, and sorbitol, and water, wherein the biodegradable material is characterized in that, when it is exposed to water for an extended period of time, the material at least partially decomposes.
|Low surfactant iodine topical disinfectant|
Iodine-containing germicidal compositions are disclosed that remain physically stable for extended storage periods with little to no iodine complexing agent being present. The compositions employ a mixture of emollients, such as glycerin and ethoxylanolin, to create a composition that in certain embodiments presents a cloudy or emulsion-like appearance..
|Production of biodiesel and glycerin from high free fatty acid feedstocks|
A system and method for the conversion of free fatty acids to glycerides and the subsequent conversion of glycerides to glycerin and biodiesel includes the transesterification of a glyceride stream with an alcohol. The fatty acid alkyl esters are separated from the glycerin to produce a first liquid phase containing a fatty acid alkyl ester rich (concentrated) stream and a second liquid phase containing a glycerin rich (concentrated) stream.
|Glycerin ether ethoxylate solfactants|
The present invention relates to novel glycerin ether ethoxylate solfactant compounds, compositions employing the same, and methods of using these compounds. Beneficially the compounds have efficacy as both solvents and surfactants with low foam and low viscosity.
|High internal water phase water-in-oil emulsified cosmetic and cosmetic liquid applicator|
A high internal water phase water-in-oil emulsified cosmetic in which, in a system formed of an oil phase including silicone elastomer, polydimethylsiloxane and polyether modified silicone and a water phase including water in an amount of 60% or greater by mass. The water phase, at least, including one nonionic surfactant having an hlb value of 14 or greater, selected from a group consisting of polyoxyalkylene alkyl ethers, polyglycerin fatty acid esters, polyoxyalkylene glycerin fatty acid esters and polyalkyleneglycol fatty acid esters, in an amount of 0.03 to 0.6% by mass, is blended with pigments including an organic pigment, in an amount of 0.05 to 8% by mass.
A carotenoid-containing composition, comprising: a carotenoid component comprising at least one crystalline carotenoid, at least 90% by mass of the crystalline carotenoid being non-crystalline; a (poly)glycerol fatty acid ester having from 1 to 6 glycerin units and from 1 to 6 fatty acid units and having at least one hydroxyl group from a glycerin unit; and at least one phenolic antioxidant selected from the group consisting of aromatic carboxylic acids, cinnamic acids, and ellagic acids.. .
|Production method of o/w emulsion composition|
The present invention provides a production method that can easily produce an o/w emulsion composition without using a special cooling apparatus and be economical. The production method of an o/w emulsion composition comprising the preparation of an emulsified part that is an o/w emulsion by emulsifying, at a temperature of 70° c.
|Treated biodiesel glycerin|
Disclosed are compositions that include treated biodiesel glycerin. The disclosed compositions may be utilized as soil-amendments for controlling pests, weeds and for enhancing growth of plants.
|Water activity reducing agent, food product including the agent, and water activity reducing method|
Provided are a water activity reducing agent including two or more carbohydrates selected from the group consisting of sorbitol (a), glucose (b), xylitol (c), erythritol (d), and glycerin (e), a food product including the water activity reducing agent, and a method for reducing the water activity of a food product using the water activity reducing agent.. .
|Natural clouding system for beverage applications|
A natural clouding system is provided, which includes a natural oil, a natural emulsifier, a natural acid, a natural aqueous component, and a natural preservative including ethanol, glycerin, or combinations thereof. The natural clouding system contains only natural components.
|Glp-1 analogue composition for microneedle devices|
A glp-1 analogue composition for a microneedle device, including a glp-1 analogue and at least one kind of solvent selected from the group consisting of water, glycerin, propylene glycol, ethylene glycol, 1,3-butylene glycol, and polyethylene glycol.. .
|Biologically active substance-containing water-solubilizing preparation and method for producing the same|
An object of the present invention is to provide a water-solubilizing preparation that is obtained by convenient steps without use of a special apparatus such as a high-pressure homogenizer, does not impair the original properties of a water-based material even after being added to the material, has high dispersibility and transparency and excellent heat resistance and acid resistance, and can maintain stability. The water-solubilizing preparation of the present invention is a biologically active substance-containing water-solubilizing preparation comprising 1 to 50% by weight of an oily ingredient (a) containing a biologically active substance and oil, 10 to 98% by weight of a polyglycerin fatty acid ester (b) having an hlb value of 12.5 or larger, and 1 to 40% by weight of a surfactant (c) having an hlb value of 7 to 11.8..
|Antimicrobially active compositions based on zinc compound, glycerine monoalkyl ether and antioxidant|
Antimicrobial compositions containing (i) at least one zinc compound selected from zinc salt and zinc oxide; (ii) at least one glycerine monoalkyl ether, r—o—ch2—choh—ch2o, wherein r is a branched or unbranched c1-c24 alkyl group that can be substituted with one or more hydroxy and/or c1-c4 alkoxy group(s) and/or the alkyl chain can be interrupted by up to four oxygen atoms; (iii) at least one antioxidant; and optionally (iv) one or more alkanediols; the weight ratio of (ii) to (iii) is at least 10:1. The compositions are used in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals and have broad anti-microbial activity, in particular against pseudomonas aeruginosa, at active contents of only about 3 wt.
|Ink jet recording apparatus|
An ink jet recording apparatus includes at least: a print head that discharges ink jet recording ink from nozzles which are formed on a nozzle forming surface toward a recording medium; a wiping mechanism that wipes out ink which is attached to a nozzle forming surface using an absorbent material having an impregnating solution; and a cap member that adheres closely to the nozzle forming surface in a state in which a space is included in an area facing the nozzles, and removes at least ink of the space, and further includes the following characteristic (1) or (2). (1) ink jet recording ink composition includes a first resin having a heat distortion temperature of 10° c.
|Liquid crystalline phytosterol-glycerine complex for enhanced bioavailability and water dispersal|
Edible phytosterol-containing compositions include molecular complexes of non-esterified phytosterols (p) and glycerine (g) in the form of liquid crystalline microparticles. Addition of an emulsifier (m) such as a monoglyceride or a modified lecithin, and optionally an ionic surfactant, to the complex facilitates its dispersal in an aqueous medium.
|Stable solid deodorant product and method of manufacturing same|
The present invention provides a deodorant formulation having improved efficacy and stability. The deodorant formulation comprises propanediol, ethylhexylglycerin, and grapefruit seed extract as the principal deodorizing actives.
|Method for obtaining phytosterols and/or tocopherols from residue of a distillation of the esters of vegetable oils, preferably from distillation residue from a transesterification of vegetable oils|
The invention relates to a method for obtaining and purifying phytosterols and/or tocopherols from distillation residue from a transesterification of vegetable oils, in particular from the vegetable oil-based fatty acid methyl ester production for the field of use of biodiesel (fame), comprising a first transesterification stage for converting partial glycerides contained in the distillation residue; separating the glycerin phase from a reaction mixture resulting from the first transesterification stage; a second transesterification stage for converting sterol esters contained in the reaction mixture; adding water to the reaction mixture after the second transesterification stage in order to generate a multiphase system; simultaneously or sequentially separating the phases of the multiphase system into a substantially sterol-containing phase; a substantially glycerin- and methanol-containing aqueous phase; and a tocopherol-containing methyl ester phase; and obtaining phytosterols from the sterol-containing phase; and optionally obtaining tocopherols from the tocopherol-containing methyl ester phase. The invention further relates to a method for purifying a phytosterol phase and/or phytosterols..
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