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| Targeted modification of malate dehydrogenase|
Disclosed herein are methods and compositions for targeted modification of one or more endogenous plant malate dehydrogenase genes.. .
| Tissue adhesive based on nitrogen-modified aspartates|
The invention relates to a polyurea system comprising as component a) isocyanate-functional prepolymers which can be obtained by reacting aliphatic isocyanates a1) with polyols a2) that can have a number-average molecular weight of =400 g/mol and an average oh functionality of 2 to 6 in particular; and as component b) amino-functional aspartic acid esters of the general formula (i) in which x is an organic group containing a secondary amino function, r1, r2 are the same or different organic groups that do not have zerewitinoff-active hydrogen, and n is a whole number of at least 2, in particular for sealing, bonding, gluing, or covering cell tissue. The invention also relates to a metering system for the polyurea system according to the invention..
| Method for isomerization of paraffin hydrocarbons c4-c7|
The method for isomerization of paraffin hydrocarbons c4-c7 for production of high-octane gasoline components is disclosed, it can be used in the oil refining and petrochemical industries. Paraffin hydrocarbons c4-c7 are isomerized on a porous zirconium oxide catalyst with the average pore diameter within 8 to 24 nm in a hydrogen atmosphere at the temperature of 100-250° c.
| Optimized process for upgrading bio-oils of aromatic bases|
A process for preparing aromatic compounds from a liquid biofuel feedstock by introducing the feedstock into a hydroreforming stage in the presence of hydrogen and a hydroreforming catalyst that contains a transition metal of a group 3 to 12 element and an activated carbon, silicon carbide, silica, transition alumina, alumina-silica, zirconium oxide, cerium oxide, titanium oxide, or an aluminate of a transition metal substrate, to obtain a liquid effluent that contains an aqueous phase and an organic phase, a stage for hydrotreatment of the organic phase, a hydrocracking stage, recycling a fraction that boils higher than 160° c. In said hydrocracking stage, a separation into a fraction containing naphtha and a fraction that boils higher than 160° c., a stage for catalytic reforming of the fraction containing naphtha to obtain hydrogen and a reformate that contains aromatic compounds and a stage for separation of the aromatic compounds of the reformate..
| Method for manufacturing perfluorovinylethers|
Said process comprising contacting said halofluoroether (hfe) with hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst comprising palladium and at least one transition metal (m) selected from the group consisting of the metals of group viiib, other than palladium, and of group ib.. .
| Catalysts and processes for preparing aldehydes|
Use of a unique supramolecular assembly of a pyridylphosphine ligand and a metal centered porphyrin complex is shown to give unprecedented selectivities to branched aldehydes via rhodium catalyzed hydroformylation of unsubstituted linear alpha-olefins such as propylene and 1-octene. Increasing the syngas pressure is shown to have a beneficial effect on branched aldehyde selectivity as is increasing the ratio of carbon monoxide to hydrogen used in the hydroformylation reaction..
| Industrial methods for producing arylsulfur pentafluorides|
Industrial methods for producing arylsulfur pentafluorides are disclosed. Methods include reacting arylsulfur halotetrafluoride with hydrogen fluoride in the absence or presence of one or more additives selected from a group of fluoride salts, non-fluoride salts, and unsaturated organic compounds to form arylsulfur pentafluorides..
| Hydrocarbons selective oxidation with heterogeneous catalysts|
A process for the complete or partial oxidation of hydrocarbons comprises contacting a c1-c8 hydrocarbon and hydrogen peroxide in the presence of a heterogeneous catalyst under conditions suitable to convert the c1-c8 hydrocarbon to at least one corresponding c1-c8 oxygenate product, wherein the heterogeneous catalyst provides confinement and contains both brønsted-lowry and lewis acid centers. Examples include zeolites modified with selected metals or metal oxides.
| Process for industrial production of 2-methyl-1,4-naphthaquinone|
The present invention describes a process for producing 2-methyl-1,4-naphthoquinone by oxidizing 2-methylnaphthalene with fresh hydrogen peroxide in the presence of glacial acetic acid without any mineral or transition metal catalyst.. .
| Carbazole derivative, light-emitting element material, light-emitting element, light-emitting device, electronic device, and lighting device|
A carbazole derivative represented by the general formula (1) is provided. In the formula, ar1 represents a substituted or unsubstituted aryl group having 6 to 10 carbon atoms which form a ring; α and β independently represent a substituted or unsubstituted arylene group having 6 to 12 carbon atoms which form a ring; r1 represents an alkyl group having 1 to 4 carbon atoms or a substituted or unsubstituted aryl group having 6 to 10 carbon atoms which form a ring; and r11 to r17 and r21 to r28 independently represent hydrogen, an alkyl group having 1 to 4 carbon atoms, or a substituted or unsubstituted aryl group having 6 to 10 carbon atoms which form a ring..
| Process for the preparation of a mono-n-alkypiperazine|
With a primary amine of the formula h2n—r1 (iii) in the presence of hydrogen and a supported, metal-containing catalyst, where the catalytically active mass of the catalyst, prior to its reduction with hydrogen, comprises oxygen-containing compounds of aluminum, copper, nickel and cobalt and, in the range from 0.2 to 5.0% by weight, oxygen-containing compounds of tin, calculated as sno, and the reaction is carried out in the liquid phase at an absolute pressure in the range from 95 to 145 bar.. .
| Anti-folate antimalarials with dual-binding modes and their preparation|
The present invention is anti-folate antimalarials with dual-binding modes of the general formula (i) [refer to structure in the abstract] wherein r1 and r2 which may be the same or different are independently selected from methyl or ethyl or alkyl-phenyl, r3 is independently hydrogen, halide, lower alkyl substituted with ester, carboxylic, amide, and ether. Linker is x(ch2)ny wherein x and y which may be the same or different are independently selected from oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, substituted phenyl where n is an integer from 1 to 2-6, or pharmaceutically acceptable salts therefore.
Wherein n is an integer; r1 and r2 are respectively selected from the group consisting of an alkyl group, an aryl group and a heterocyclic group, or r1 and r2 are linked to each other, together with a carbon atom to which r1 and r2 are bonded, to form a ring structure; r3 and r4 are respectively selected from the group consisting of a hydrogen atom, a c1-c4 alkyl group, a c1-c4 alkoxyl group, a carboxyl group, a c1-c4 alkyl ester group, a arylester group, an adamantyl carbonyl group and an adamantyl group, or r3 and r4 are linked to each other, together with a nitrogen atom to which r3 and r4 are bonded, to form a nitrogen-containing heterocyclic group.. .
| Use of hydrogen scavenging catalysts to control polymer molecular weight and hydrogen levels in a polymerization reactor|
The present invention provides dual catalyst systems containing a metallocene catalyst and a hydrogen scavenging catalyst, and polymerization processes employing these dual catalyst systems. Due to a reduction in hydrogen levels in the polymerization processes, olefin polymers produced from these polymerization processes may have a higher molecular weight, a lower melt index, and higher levels of unsaturation..
| Diacetylene derivative and liquid crystalline polymer having diacetylene structure|
(wherein r1 and r2 are a hydrogen, halogen, cyano, isothiocyanate, alkyl, alkenyl, alkynyl or reactive group, sp1 and sp2 are each a spacer group, ar1 and ar2 are each a non-substituted or substituted aromatic carbocyclic or heterocyclic group, ar3 and ar4 are each a non-substituted or substituted heterocyclic group, phe is a non-substituted or substituted 1,4-phenylene group, and p, q and r are each 0 or 1.. .
| Solid catalyst component and catalyst for olefin polymerization|
Disclosed is a solid catalyst component for olefin polymerization. The catalyst component comprises a dialkoxy magnesium carrier, a titanium compound, and a product from an internal electron donor reacting in an inert solvent.
| Hydrogenated block copolymer and composition comprising same|
Provided are a block copolymer and a thermoplastic elastomer composition each of which is excellent in both tensile strength and elastic recovery, and has good abrasion resistance. Specifically, provided are a hydrogenated block copolymer, which is obtained by hydrogenating a block copolymer having two or more polymer blocks (a) each containing a structural unit derived from an aromatic vinyl compound and one or more polymer blocks (b) each containing structural units derived from isoprene and 1,3-butadiene, in which the hydrogenated block copolymer has a crystallization peak temperature (tc) defined as described below of −3 to 15° c., and a thermoplastic elastomer composition containing the hydrogenated block copolymer: (crystallization peak temperature (tc)) a peak top temperature of an exothermic peak observed when the temperature of a sample is increased from 30° c.
| Curable composition for dentistry|
A dental curable composition includes: a radically polymerizable monomer; a polymerization initiator; and a hyperbranched polymer, in which the hyperbranched polymer includes a unit structure represented by the general formula (i) and unit structures represented by the general formula (iia) and/or the general formula (iib) (in the general formula (i), a represents a single bond for bonding c and r1, >c═o, —o—, or —coo—, r1 represents a divalent saturated aliphatic hydrocarbon group or a divalent aromatic hydrocarbon group, and r2 represents a hydrogen atom or a methyl group; and in the general formula (iia) and the general formula (iib), r3, r4, and r5 each represent a hydrogen atom, an alkyl group, an alkoxycarbonyl group, an aryl group, or a cyano group, and r6 represents an alkylene group).. .
| 2,2-dimethoxy-1,2-di[4-(meth)acryloyloxy]phenylethane-1-one, method for producing the same, radical polymerization initiator and photocurable composition|
(wherein r1 and r2, which may be identical to or different from each other, each represent a hydrogen atom or a methyl group).. .
| Polyurethane resin|
Disclosed is a polyurethane resin which is obtained by a reaction between a polyisocyanate component, which contains 1,4-bis(isocyanatomethyl)cyclohexane including not less than 80% by mole of trans isomers, and an active hydrogen compound component.. .
| Treatment of multiple sclerosis and psoriasis using prodrugs of methyl hydrogen fumarate|
Improved methods of treating multiple sclerosis and/or psoriasis using prodrugs of methyl hydrogen fumarate are disclosed. The methods comprise administering certain prodrugs of methyl hydrogen fumarate.
| 1-aryl-5-alkyl pyrazole derivative compounds, processes of making and methods of using thereof|
Wherein: r1 is hydrogen, cyano, halogen, r8, formyl, —c(o)r8, —c(o)or8, —c(o)nr9r10, or —c(s)nh2; r2 is r8 or —s(o)mr11; r3 is methyl, ethyl or c1-c4 haloalkyl; r4, r5 and r7 are independently hydrogen, halogen, alkyl, haloalkyl, cyano or nitro; r6 is halogen, alkyl, haloalkyl, alkoxy, haloalkyloxy, cyano, nitro, —c(o)r12, —s(o)nr12 or sf5; z is a nitrogen atom or c—r13; r8 is alkyl, haloalkyl, cycloalkyl or halocycloalkyl; r9 is hydrogen, alkyl, haloalkyl or alkoxy; r10 is hydrogen, alkyl, haloalkyl or alkoxy; r11 is alkyl, haloalkyl, alkenyl, haloalkenyl, alkynyl, haloalkynyl or cycloalkyl; r12 is alkyl or haloalkyl; r13 is hydrogen, halogen, cyano, nitro, alkyl, haloalkyl, alkoxy or haloalkoxy; m is 0, 1 or 2; and n is 0, 1 or 2; or a salt thereof, the method of making compounds of formula (i) and the use of these compounds against ectoparasites, endoparasites and pests.. .
| Consumer products containing pro-fragrances|
The invention relates to novel liquid compositions, comprising: a) a liquid base intended for the treatment of surfaces, in particular fabrics or hard surfaces; b) at least one sulfur-containing compound of formula wherein r1 and r2 represent, separately and independently of each other, a hydrogen atom, a halogen atom, preferably chlorine, a c1-c4 linear or branched alkyl group, an amino group or a benzylamino group; or, alternatively, r1 and r2 are taken together to represent a phenyl or pyridine ring, possibly substituted with one to four c1-c4 linear or branched alkyl or alkenyl groups and/or one to two halogen atoms, preferably chlorine atoms; and r3 represents a hydrogen atom, an alkali metal atom, in particular na or k, a phenyl or benzyl group possibly substituted with one or two halogen atoms and/or one or two methyl, trifluoromethyl, methoxy or amino groups, an amine group, or a c1-c8 unsaturated, linear, branched or cyclic hydrocarbon group possibly substituted with one or two nitrogen, oxygen or halogen atoms; c) at least one sulfur-containing pro-fragrance compound; and d) one or more perfuming co-ingredients; and wherein the composition has a ph comprised between 1 and 8. The compositions can be advantageously used in methods of treatment of fabric and household surfaces, to impart thereto a fresh, odor stable and long-lasting fragrance.
| Compositions and method for treating out hydrogen sulfide and preventing settling of precipitate in an environmentally responsible drilling and packer fluid|
An environmentally responsible iron chelating additive and method for removing hydrogen sulfide or sulfide ions from drilling and packer fluids and preventing settling of precipitates. Iron chelating agents selected from the group consisting of ferrous lactate, ferrous gluconate, ferrous bis glycinate, ferrous citrate, ferrous acetate, ferrous fumarate, ferrous succinate, ferrous sacchrate, ferrous tartarate, ferrous glycine sulfate, ferrous glutamate, ferrous ascorbate, ferrous polymaltose, or a combination thereof, may be used.
| Methods and apparatus for measuring analytes using large scale fet arrays|
Methods and apparatus relating to very large scale fet arrays for analyte measurements. Chemfet (e.g., isfet) arrays may be fabricated using conventional cmos processing techniques based on improved fet pixel and array designs that increase measurement sensitivity and accuracy, and at the same time facilitate significantly small pixel sizes and dense arrays.
| Carbon adsorbent for hydrogen sulfide removal from gases containing same, and regeneration of adsorbent|
A durable carbon pyrolyzate adsorbent having reversible sorptive affinity for hydrogen sulfide, and including the following characteristics: (a) a bulk density as measured by astm d2854 in a range of from 0.55 g/cc adsorbent to 1.25 g/cc adsorbent; (b) an h2s capacity in a range of from 140 cc h2s/g adsorbent to 250 cc h2s/g adsorbent, at normal conditions (1 atm, 293.15° k); (c) an h2s capacity in a range of from 1.0 cc h2s/g adsorbent to 15.0 cc h2s/g adsorbent, at partial pressure of 0.76 ton (101.3 pa) (1000 ppm) of h2s at 293.15° k; and (d) a single pellet radial crush strength in a range of from 7 kilopond (kp) to 40 kilopond (kp) as measured by astm d4179. Such adsorbent is usefully employed for capture of hydrogen sulfide from gases containing same, such as h2s-containing gas associated with flowable hydrocarbonaceous material in refining operations, biogas produced by biomass digesters, gas mixtures produced by fluid catalytic cracking (fcc) units, and effluents from power plants gasifying sulfur-containing coal in an integrated gasification combined cycle (igcc) process..
| Game ball or other article of sports equipment printed with visible light-curable ink and method|
Sports equipment, particularly game balls, are printed with an ink cured with light in the visible region of the electromagnetic spectrum. The ink uses a photoinitiator that absorbs light in both the ultraviolet region and in a range of from about 400 nm to about 690 nm in the visible light region, a type i photoinitiator compound absorbing in only the visible region, or a type ii photoinitiator compound either containing an abstractable hydrogen or used with a free radical-curable material comprising an abstractable hydrogen..
| Device manufacturing and cleaning method|
A method of manufacturing is disclosed. An exemplary method includes providing a substrate and forming one or more layers over the substrate.
| Dichalcogenobenzodipyrrole compound|
(wherein, x and y represent each independently a sulfur atom, an oxygen atom, a selenium atom, a tellurium atom or so2. R1 to r8 represent each independently a hydrogen atom, a halogen atom, an alkyl group having 1 to 30 carbon atoms, an alkoxy group having 1 to 30 carbon atoms, an alkenyl group having 2 to 30 carbon atoms, an alkynyl group having 2 to 30 carbon atoms, an alkylthio group having 1 to 30 carbon atoms, an aryl group having 6 to 30 carbon atoms or a heteroaryl group having 4 to 30 carbon atoms and the like.) is utilizable in an organic semiconductor device having high carrier mobility..
| Aqua regia and hydrogen peroxide hcl combination to remove ni and nipt residues|
A method for cleaning residues from a semiconductor substrate during a nickel platinum silicidation process is disclosed, including a multi-step residue cleaning, including exposing the substrate to an aqua regia solution, followed by an exposure to a solution having hydrochloric acid and hydrogen peroxide. The sc2 solution can further react with remaining platinum residues, rendering it more soluble in an aqueous solution and thereby dissolving it from the surface of the substrate..
| Organic material, light-emitting element, light-emitting device, electronic appliance, and lighting device|
A novel organic material with fewer impurities, a light-emitting element including the organic material, and a light-emitting device, an electronic appliance, and a lighting device each of which includes the light-emitting element are provided. The organic material is obtained by coupling an aryl halide and an aryl boronic acid or an aryl boronic acid ester.
| Toner, manufacturing method thereof and image forming method|
A toner comprising a modified polyester resin containing a structure represented by formula (1a) or (1b), wherein, in formula (1a) and (1b), r1 represents a hydrogen atom, a methyl group, or an ethyl group, r2 represents an aliphatic hydrocarbon which may be branched, or an aromatic hydrocarbon, and r3 represents a hydrogen atom, an alkyl group having 1 to 4 carbon atoms, or a phenyl group.. .
| Substrate with conductive film, substrate with multilayer reflective film and reflective mask blank for euv lithography|
The lower layer of the conductive film contains chromium (cr), oxygen (o) and hydrogen (h), and the upper layer of the conductive film contains chromium (cr), nitrogen (n) and hydrogen (h).. .
| Silicified electrolyte material for fuel cell, method for its preparation and fuel cell using same|
This material suitable for constituting an electrolyte for a fuel cell has a hydrophobic matrix comprising carbon, fluorine, oxygen and hydrogen, and silicon.. .
| Gas stream production|
Gas stream production the present invention provides a method for the production of carbon dioxide and/or hydrogen gas streams, the method comprising: (i) thermally treating a feedstock material to produce a syngas comprising carbon monoxide and hydrogen and plasma-treating the syngas in a plasma treatment unit; (ii) reacting the plasma-treated syngas with water in a further treatment unit, whereby at least some of the carbon monoxide is converted into carbon dioxide; and (iii) recovering hydrogen and/or, separately, carbon dioxide from the syngas.. .
| Desulfurization system, hydrogen-manufacturing system, fuel-cell system, fuel-desulfurization method, and method for manufacturing hydrogen|
A desulfurization system includes: a fuel supply part for supplying a hydrocarbon-based fuel containing water and a sulfur compound to a subsequent stage; and a desulfurization part for desulfurizing the above hydrocarbon-based fuel supplied from the above fuel supply part, wherein, in the above desulfurization part, the above hydrocarbon-based fuel is brought into contact at a temperature of 65 to 105° c. With a catalyst prepared by loading silver on an x-type zeolite..
| Inkjet recording method and inkjet printed matter|
Where r3 represent a hydrogen atom, an alkyl group having 1 to 8 carbon atoms, a cyclohexyl group, and a phenyl group.. .
| Organoaminodisilane precursors and methods for depositing films comprising same|
Wherein r1 is selected from linear or branched c3 to c10 alkyl group, linear or branched c3 to c10 alkenyl group, linear or branched c3 to c10 alkynyl group, c1 to c6 dialkylamino group, electron withdrawing group, and c6 to c10 aryl group; r2 is selected from hydrogen, linear or branched c1 to c10 alkyl group, linear or branched c3 to c6 alkenyl group, linear or branched c3 to c6 alkynyl group, c1 to c6 dialkylamino group, c6 to c10 aryl group, linear or branched c1 to c6 fluorinated alkyl group, electron withdrawing group, and c4 to c10 aryl group; optionally wherein r1 and r2 are linked together to form ring selected from substituted or unsubstituted aromatic ring or substituted or unsubstituted aliphatic ring; and n=1 or 2.. .
| Self-adhesive silicone compositions which can be crosslinked to form elastomers|
Self-adhesive crosslinkable silicone compositions may be transparent and prepared without conventional adhesion promoters, and contain (1) an organopolysiloxane having a minimum of two aliphatically unsaturated carbon-carbon bond-containing groups, (2) a pendant si—h functional organopolysiloxane having at least 3 si—h groups and a minimum of 0.7 weight percent of si-bonded hydrogen, and (3) a linear organopolysiloxane bearing terminal si—h groups, wherein the mol ratio of silicon-bonded hydrogen in (2) to that in [(2) and (3)] is from 0.05 to 1.. .
| Oxidation resistant alloy coating film, method of producing an oxidation resistant alloy coating film, and heat resistant metal member|
A metal substrate is embedded in a diffusion and penetration processing agent containing metal oxide, active metal and catalytic compound and heat treatment is carried out, so that an oxidation resistant alloy coating film containing the metal constituting the metal oxide and the active metal is produced. Al203, cr2o3, sio2 or the like are used as the metal oxide, hf, zr, y, ti, la, ce, mg, ca or the like are used as the active metal, and nh-14cl, nh4f, hcl, nacl, naf or the like are used as the catalytic compound.
| Accelerated aging of phosphorus-doped optical fibers|
Adverse hydrogen aging limitations in multiply-doped optical fibers are overcome by passivating these optical fibers using a deuterium passivation process. This treatment essentially pre-reacts the glass with deuterium so that the most active glass sites are no longer available to react with hydrogen in service.
| Composition generating hydrogen|
There is provided a skin external-use composition that is incorporated with a fine particle of hydrogen storing alloyed metal, such as magnesium hydride.. .
| Membrane reactor and process for the production of a gaseous product with such reactor|
The invention provides an integrated catalyst and membrane reactor for the production a predetermined gas such as hydrogen. The reactor comprises a gas flow channel, comprising a plurality of alternating catalyst sections and membrane sections, wherein each catalyst section comprises a catalyst bed and each membrane section comprises a plurality of membranes, and wherein the membranes are selectively permeable for the predetermined gaseous species..
| Process for production of fluorosulfonylimide ammonium salt|
A compound [i] such as ammonium n-(chlorosulfonyl)-n-(fluorosulfonyl)imide is reacted with hydrogen fluoride to obtain a compound [ii] such as ammonium n,n-di(fluorosulfonyl)imide. The obtained compound [ii] is reacted with an alkali metal compound or the like to obtain a compound [iv] such as an n,n-di(fluorosulfonyl)imide alkali metal salt..
| Scavenging oxygen|
A food container (2) includes a rigid thermoformed plastics carton (4) which holds a dry food 6 and is closed by a removable film closure (8). The film (8) incorporates a hydride which is arranged to generate hydrogen on contact with moisture.
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