|| List of recent Ionic-related patents
|Artifact control and miniaturization of the safe direct current stimulator for neural prostheses|
An embodiment in accordance with the present invention provides a device and method to deliver direct ionic current safely to target neural tissue, while also eliminating interruptions in the output of the device that can result from the non-ideal operation of the valves used to control the current flow in the device. The device includes two valve-operated systems that work in tandem.
|Compounds of 3-(5-sustituted oxy-2, 4-dinitrophenyl)-2-oxo-propionic acid ester, synthesis and applications thereof|
Synthesis of the novel compound 3 (3-(5-substituted oxy-2,4-dinitro-phenyl)-2-oxo-propionic acid ester) to make pyrroloquinoline quinone (pqq) and using it for pharmaceutical purposes is described. More specifically, this disclosure relates to synthesizing the pqq in an efficient method by using a novel intermediate formula 1 resulting in a shorter process and higher yield of pqq.
|Surfactant responsive micro-gels|
A stable, aqueous composition containing a crosslinked, nonionic, amphiphilic polymer capable of forming a yield stress fluid in the presence of a surfactant is disclosed. The yield stress fluid is capable of suspending insoluble materials in the form of particulates and/or droplets requiring suspension or stabilization..
|Aqueous pharmaceutical composition with enhanced stability|
The present invention is an aqueous pharmaceutical composition that includes an ionized therapeutic agent, an ionic component and guar gum. The guar gum is present in the composition a concentration sufficient to limit interactions between the ionized therapeutic agent and the ionic component thereby imparting stability to the composition.
|Combination therapies using cyclosporine and aromatic cationic peptides|
The invention provides compositions and methods for preventing or treating an ischemia-reperfusion injury, such as occurs during acute myocardial infarction and organ transplant in a mammalian subject. The methods comprise administering to the subject an effective amount of an aromatic-cationic peptide or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, and one or more additional active agents such as cyclosporine..
|Di-functional anionic surfactants for enhanced oil recovery|
The present invention describes the synthesis and use of cleavable di-functional anionic surfactants for enhanced oil recovery applications and/or the use of sacrificial surfactants.. .
|Solid agroformulations prepared from a melt of pesticide and polyalkoxylate, optionally containing liquid adjuvant complexed with polycarboxylate|
The present invention relates to a method for a preparation of a solid composition comprising the steps of a) dissolving a premix in a premix-solvent, or melting a premix, wherein the premix contains a pesticide and a nonionic, amphiphilic polyalkoxylate, b) solidifying the premix by removing the premix-solvent, or by cooling, and c) contacting the premix with at least one auxiliary. The invention further relates to a solid composition obtainable by said method; to a method for the preparation of an aqueous tank mix, in which a pesticide is present as suspended particles having a particle size below 1.0 μm, comprising the step of mixing water and a solid composition obtainable by the said method; and to a method for controlling phytopathogenic fungi and/or undesired plant growth and/or undesired attack by insects or mites and/or for regulating the growth of plants, where a solid composition obtainable by said method is allowed to act on the particular pests, their habitat or the plants to be protected from the particular pest, the soil and/or on undesired plants and/or the useful plants and/or their habitat..
|Oral care compositions|
Described herein are aqueous and substantially non-aqueous oral compositions comprising a cationic steroidal compound and methods of making and using the same.. .
|Low viscosity/high conductivity sodium haloaluminate electrolyte|
An additive that is added to the naalx4 electrolyte for use in a zebra battery (or other similar battery). This additive has a moiety with a partial positive charge (δ+) that attracts the negative charge of the [alx4]− moiety and weakens the ionic bond between the na+ and [alx4]− moieties, thereby freeing some na+ ions to transport (move).
|Method for providing electrical potential from a sodium-based secondary cell|
The present invention provides a method for providing electrical potential from a solid-state sodium-based secondary cell (or rechargeable battery). A secondary cell is provided that includes a solid sodium metal negative electrode that is disposed in a non-aqueous negative electrolyte solution that includes an ionic liquid.
|Inner liner barrier from multilayer thin film|
A tire has a coating with a quadlayer or multiple quadlayers, and a method produces the same. In an embodiment, the method for coating a rubber substrate includes exposing the rubber substrate to a first cationic solution to produce a first cationic layer on the rubber substrate.
|Separator-attached pressure-sensitive adhesive layer, method for producing the same and pressure-sensitive adhesive layer-attached optical film with separator|
A separator-attached pressure-sensitive adhesive layer of the present invention including a pressure-sensitive adhesive layer on a separator, wherein the separator includes a base film and an oligomer prevention layer, and a release layer provided in this order on the base film, and the release layer has a surface resistance value of 1.0×1013Ω/□ or more, and the pressure-sensitive adhesive layer is formed from a pressure-sensitive adhesive composition including a base polymer and an ionic compound and is provided on the release layer of the separator. The separator-attached pressure-sensitive adhesive layer is capable of inhibiting an oligomer contained in the base film used for the separator from migrating into the pressure-sensitive adhesive layer..
|Paper laminates made from decor paper having improved optical performance comprising treated inorganic particles|
The disclosure provides a paper laminate comprising a décor paper prepared from a dispersion having improved optical performance without negatively impacting mechanical strength, wherein the dispersion comprises a tio2 particle slurry comprising a treated tio2 particle having a surface area of at least about 30 m2/g, and a cationic polymer; wherein the treatment comprises an oxide of silicon, aluminum, phosphorus or mixtures thereof; and the treatment is present in the amount of at least 15% based on the total weight of the treated titanium dioxide particle; paper pulp; and a cationic polymer; wherein the cationic polymer in the slurry and the cationic polymer in the dispersion are compatible; wherein for equal optical performance, the amount of treated tio2 particle in the dispersion is reduced by about 10% when compared to a dispersion not comprising the treated tio2 particle of (a).. .
|Printing coated paper and method for producing a printed material using the same|
Provided is a printing coated paper which is advantageous not only in that the coated paper has offset printability and causes no mottling in the printed area even in ink jet printing, but also in that the coated paper exhibits excellent rubbing resistance with respect to the printed area and excellent print density of a dye ink. The task of the present invention is achieved by a printing coated paper having a coating layer comprised mainly of a pigment and a binder formed on at least one side of a base paper, wherein the base paper is a treated base paper which has been subjected to size press using a treatment solution containing at least one member selected from a cationic resin and a water-soluble multivalent cation salt, wherein the total applied amount per each side of the at least one member selected from a cationic resin and a water-soluble multivalent cation salt, in terms of the solids content, is in the range of from 0.1 to 5.0 g/m2, and wherein the at least one pigment in the coating layer is ground calcium carbonate having an average particle diameter of 0.1 to 0.28 μm, wherein the amount of the ground calcium carbonate having an average particle diameter of 0.1 to 0.28 μm contained in the coating layer is in the range of 60 parts by mass or more, relative to 100 parts by mass of the total of the pigment(s) in the coating layer..
|Thin film diffusion barrier|
An elastomeric substrate has a material diffusion harrier, and a method produces the same. In an embodiment, a method for producing a material diffusion barrier on an elastomeric substrate includes exposing the elastomeric substrate to a cationic solution to produce a cationic layer on the elastomeric substrate.
|Extraction of gold|
Disclosed is a process for extracting gold ions from an aqueous phase containing gold ions. The process comprises contacting the aqueous phase with an extractant phase consisting of or comprising an ionic liquid (il) under liquid-liquid extraction conditions for a time sufficient to allow transfer of at least some of the gold ions from the aqueous phase to the extractant phase; and separating the extractant phase from the aqueous phase..
|Water-based wetness-indicating composition and sensor|
A color-appearing ink composition includes a surfactant blend of at least two non-ionic surfactants having hydrophilic-lipophilic balance values greater than 10, or a non-ionic surfactant having a hydrophilic-lipophilic balance value greater than 10 and a charged surfactant. The composition includes one or more water-insoluble leuco dyes, a developer and a desensitizer.
|Systems and methods for implementing high-temperature tolerant supercapacitors|
Systems and methods in accordance with embodiments of the invention implement high-temperature tolerant supercapacitors. In one embodiment, a high-temperature tolerant super capacitor includes a first electrode that is thermally stable between at least approximately 80° c.
|Processes for synthesizing nanocrystals|
A process of synthesizing nanocrystals, the process including: obtaining a metal precursor, a non-metal precursor, a ligand compound, and an ionic liquid; and contacting the metal precursor, the non-metal precursor, the ligand compound, and the ionic liquid to form a mixture and synthesize a first semiconductor nanocrystal.. .
|Electrolyte solution, printing method thereof and resulting solid electrolyte|
The composition and method for depositing and processing a solid transparent electrolyte polymerized by ultraviolet (uv) radiation are described. The electrolyte composition includes, at least, an ionic compound, a polymerizable material, a photoinitiator and a polar solvent.
|Filler for paper making process|
The present invention relates to a filler comprising clay and cellulose derivative having a degree of substitution of net ionic groups up to about 0.65.. .
|Method for producing paper, board or the like and agglomerate|
The invention relates to a method for producing paper, board or the like. In the method is obtained an aqueous filler dispersion, comprising particles of at least one first filler, the filler dispersion having a floc size distribution with original mean chord length value.
|Transvinylation as a first stage of coupling production of vinyl esters and acetic acid or propionic acid reaction products|
Process for coproduction of a vinyl ester of the formula r—c(o)o—ch═ch by transvinylation reaction of a carboxylic acid of the formula r—c(o)oh with a transvinylating reagent of the formula r1—c(o)o ch═ch2, characterized in that (a) the transvinylation reaction is conducted continuously at a temperature of 90 to 160° c. And at a pressure of 0.5 to 15 mpa without withdrawal of a reactant in the presence of a transition meta/catalyst containing at least one transition metal selected from the group of ruthenium, osmium, rhodium, iridium, palladium and platinum; (b) the resulting reaction mixture is separated into its constituents and the vinyl ester of the formula r—c(o)o—ch═ch2 and the carboxylic acid of the formula r1—c(o)—oh are removed; and (c) the carboxylic acid obtained after step (b) is converted to a derivative of the formula r1—c(o)—x, r1—ch2—oh or r6—c(o)—oh in which x is vinyloxy, o—ch—ch2, halogen, alkoxy of the formula or2 in which r2 is a substituted or unsubstituted hydrocarbyl radical having 1 to 10 carbon atoms, amino of the formula nr3r4 in which r3 and r4 are each independently hydrogen or a substituted or unsubstituted hydrocarbyl radical having 1 to 10 carbon atoms, or carboxyl of the formula o—c(o)—r5 in which r5 is hydrogen or a substituted or unsubstituted hydrocarbyl radical having 1 to 10 carbon atoms, and r6 is the partly or fully halogen-substituted r1 radical..
|Fluorinated oligomers having pendant functional groups|
Described herein is an oligomer according to formula i: (i) wherein y is an anionic group selected from the group consisting of: sulfates, carboxylates, phosphate, phosphonate, and sulfonate, wherein each x1, x2, and x3 are independently selected from f, cl, h, and cf3; r is a linking group; each z1 and z2 is independently selected from f and cf3; m is at least 2; and r1 and r2 are end groups, wherein the oligomer comprises substantially no pendant functional groups, except those selected from the group consisting of: sulfates, carboxylates, phosphate, phosphonate, and sulfonate.. .
|Resilient cation exchange membranes|
A resilient cation exchange membrane including a porous matrix impregnated with a cross-linked homogenous ion-transferring polymer that fills the pores and substantially covers the surfaces of the porous matrix. The cross-linked homogenous ion-transferring polymer formed by polymerizing a homogeneous solution including (i) a hydrophilic ionic monomer selected from a group consisting of 2-acrylamido-2-methyl-1-propanesulfonic acid, 2-acrylamido-2-methyl-1-propanesulfonic acid salts, sodium 4-vinylbenzenesulfonate, and 3-sulfopropyl acrylate potassium, with (ii) a hydrophobic cross-linking oligomer selected from a group consisting of polyurethane oligomer diacrylate, polyester oligomer diacrylate, epoxy oligomer diacrylate, polybutadiene oligomer diacrylate, silicone diacrylate, dimethacrylate counterparts thereof, polyurethane oligomers having three or more vinyl groups, polyester oligomers having three or more vinyl groups, and mixtures thereof..
|Formation of hydrophilic polymer membranes using a bronsted base|
A method of forming a hydrophilic polymer is disclosed. The method can include: reacting a monomer comprising an acid group with a bronsted base to form an ionic liquid; polymerising the ionic liquid with at least one other monomer; and converting the ionic liquid back to the acid group after polymerisation.
A method for formulating a cationic and non-ionic oil in water emulsion, preferably in a cream form, containing growth factors, preferably platelet derived growth factors, specific matrikine peptides, botanicals, emollients, nano-molecules, antioxidants, antiseptics, neuro-peptides, anti-dermatophytics, polysaccharides, sensorial peptides, osmotically driven moisturizers, and siloxane barriers. For application to the feet and other affected parts of the body for the relief of diabetic skin and tissue trauma..
|Interpenetrating polymer network hydrogel|
A strain-hardened interpenetrating polymer network (ipn) hydrogel is provided. The interpenetrating polymer network hydrogel is based on two different networks.
|Novel olefin metathesis catalysts|
The present invention refers to novel ruthenium- and osmium-based catalysts for olefin metathesis reactions, particularly to catalysts having stereoselective properties. Z-selectivity is obtained by utilising two mono-anionic ligands of very different steric requirement.
|Method for isolating nucleic acids from a veterinary whole blood sample|
The present invention provides a method for isolating nucleic acids from a veterinary whole blood sample, said method comprising at least the following steps a) preparing a binding mixture comprising—the lysed sample—at least one chaotropic agent—at least one alcohol—at least one polyoxyethylene fatty alcohol ether; b) passing the binding mixture through a column comprising a nucleic acid binding solid phase thereby binding the nucleic acids to the nucleic acid binding solid phase; c) optionally washing the nucleic acids while being bound to the solid phase; d) optionally eluting the nucleic acids from the solid phase. It was found that the addition of the specific non-ionic detergent overcomes the problems of the prior art methods, wherein the column clogs what prevents the efficient nucleic acid isolation from this difficult sample.
|Composition for forming tungsten oxide film and method for producing tungsten oxide film using same|
The present invention provides a tungsten oxide film-forming composition comprising: water, a water-soluble metatungstate, and at least one additive selected from the group consisting of anionic polymers, nonionic polymers, anionic surfactants, and tertiary amino group-containing nonionic surfactants. For forming a pattern, this composition can be employed in place of a silicon dioxide film-forming composition in a pattern formation process using an image reversal trilayer structure, a resist undercoat layer or a resist top protective film..
An electrocatalyst suitable for use in a fuel cell, the electrocatalyst comprising: palladium, iridium and an anionic polymer.. .
|Catalyst polymer inks|
A method of forming a catalyst ink is disclosed. The method can include: polymerising an ionic monomer and at least one non-ionic monomer to form a hydrophilic polymer; dissolving the hydrophilic polymer in a suitable solvent to form a polymer solution; and mixing a catalyst with the polymer solution to make a catalyst ink.
|Solid state electrolyte composites based on complex hydrides and metal doped fullerenes/fulleranes for batteries and electrochemical applications|
A libh4—c60 nanocomposite that displays fast lithium ionic conduction in the solid state is provided. The material is a homogenous nanocomposite that contains both libh4 and a hydrogenated fullerene species.
A method includes combining a coating material and an uncoated particulate core material in a solution having a selected ionic strength. The selected ionic strength promotes coating of the uncoated particulate core material with the coating material to form coated particles; and the coated particles can be collected after formation.
|Electrochemical cell comprising a nanoweb comprising nanofibers of a cross-linked polyimide|
The invention provides an electrochemical cell comprising an electrolyte and a multi-layer article, the multi-layer article comprising a first electrode, a second electrode in ionically conductive contact with the first electrode, and a separator disposed between and in contact the first electrode and the second electrode. The separator comprises a nanoweb, the nanoweb comprising nanofibers of a cross-linked polyimide, wherein the cross-linked polyimide is derived from an aromatic dianhydride, an aromatic diamine, and a reactive end-capper.
|Biosoluble inorganic fiber and method for producing same|
An inorganic fiber including biosoluble fiber and a cationic surfactant adhering to the biosoluble fiber. An inorganic fiber including biosoluble fiber and a surfactant adhering to the biosoluble fiber, wherein the amount of the surfactant is 0.01 to 2 wt %, based on 100 wt % of the whole inorganic fiber comprising the surfactant adhered thereto..
|Sulfur and alkali metal containing imidazole fiber having ionically bound halides|
The present invention concerns fiber made from a polymer comprising imidazole groups, the polymer further having: i) halide anions being present in an amount in the range of 0.05 to 20.1 weight percent, based on weight of fiber; ii) sulfur, wherein the sulfur is present in the fiber in an amount in the range of 0.05 to 3 weight percent, based on weight of fiber; and iii) alkali metal ion, wherein the alkali metal ion is present in the fiber in an amount in the range of 0.05 to 2 weight percent, based on weight of fiber.. .
|Sulfur-containing imidazole fiber having ionically bonded halides|
The present invention concerns fiber made from a polymer comprising imidazole groups, fiber further having: i) a halide anion, the halide anion being present in an amount of 0.05 to 20.1 weight percent, based on weight of fiber; and ii) sulfur, wherein the sulfur is present in the fiber in an amount of 0.05 to 3 weight percent.. .
|Composition and method for roads, parking lots, and driving surfaces|
A method of producing a cationic asphalt slurry composition which can be used as an asphalt paving sealer or as a paving or repair composition. In the method and composition, latex and other polymers are used to build viscosity and a ph buffering filler is added to prevent flocculation.
|Method of manufacturing magnetic recording medium|
An aspect of the present invention relates to a method of manufacturing hexagonal ferrite magnetic powder. The method of manufacturing hexagonal ferrite magnetic powder comprises wet processing hexagonal ferrite magnetic particles obtained following acid treatment in a water-based solvent to prepare an aqueous magnetic liquid satisfying relation (1) relative to an isoelectric point of the hexagonal ferrite magnetic particles: ph0−ph*≧2.5, wherein, ph0 denotes the isoelectric point of the hexagonal ferrite magnetic particles and ph* denotes a ph of the aqueous magnetic liquid, which is a value of equal to or greater than 2.0, adding a surface-modifying agent comprising an alkyl group and a functional group that becomes an anionic group in the aqueous magnetic liquid to the aqueous magnetic liquid to subject the hexagonal ferrite magnetic particles to a surface-modifying treatment, and removing the water-based solvent following the surface-modifying treatment to obtain hexagonal ferrite magnetic particles..
|Cationic peptides and use of such peptides for inhibiting exotoxin production|
Cationic peptides and use of such peptides to inhibit bacterial exotoxin production without substantially inhibiting bacterial growth are described.. .
|Compositions and methods for treating viral infections|
The present disclosure provides compositions and methods useful for treating viral infections. As described herein, the compositions and methods are based on the development of immunogenic compositions that include an inactivated virus in combination with a non-ionic surfactant vesicle (nisv).
|Compositions and their use|
Aqueous compositions, methods of manufacturing such aqueous compositions, and methods of removing reducing and/or suppressing malodours using such aqueous compositions are described. These compositions utilize a combination of hydrogen peroxide, a source of copper ii, nonionic surfactant and alcohol to provide a highly effective and stable malodour removing, reducing and/or suppressing composition.
|Hair conditioning composition having higher yield point and higher conversion rate of fatty compound to gel matrix|
Disclosed is a hair conditioning composition comprising: (a) a cationic surfactant; (b) a high melting point fatty compound; and (c) an aqueous carrier; wherein the cationic surfactant, the high melting point fatty compound, and the aqueous carrier form a gel matrix; wherein the composition has from about 90% to about 100% of a conversion rate of the high melting point fatty compound to the gel matrix; and wherein the composition has a yield point of about 33 pa or more. Also disclosed is a method of manufacturing of hair conditioning composition.
|Hair composition with improved rheology|
A hair treatment composition comprising a thickener which comprises a copolymer derived from the polymerization of at least a non-ionic monomer (a) and at least a cationic monomer (b).. .
|Method of preventing cracking in glass display screens|
A portable electronic device housing portion is applied to a cover glass. The cover glass is heated to generate ionic conductivity therein and the method includes anodic bonding the cover glass to the housing portion.
|Reram materials stack for low-operating-power and high-density applications|
A switching element for resistive-switching memory (reram) provides a controllable, consistent filament break-point at an abrupt structural discontinuity between a layer of high-k high-ionicity variable-resistance (vr) material and a layer of low-k low-ionicity vr material. The high-ionicity layer may be crystalline and the low-ionicity layer may be amorphous.
|Collision ion generator and separator|
According to some embodiments, systems and methods for surface impact ionization of liquid phase and aerosol samples are provided. The method includes accelerating a liquid or aerosol sample, colliding the sample with a solid collision surface thereby disintegrating the sample into both molecular ionic species (e.g., gaseous molecular ions) and molecular neutral species (e.g., gaseous sample), and transporting the disintegrated sample to an ion analyzer.
|Resilient anion exchange membranes|
A resilient anion exchange membrane including a porous matrix impregnated with a cross-linked homogenous ion-transferring polymer that fills the pores and substantially covers the surfaces of the porous matrix. The cross-linked homogenous ion-transferring polymer formed by polymerizing a homogeneous solution including (i) a hydrophilic ionic monomer selected from a group consisting of 3-methacryloylaminopropyl trimethylammonium chloride, vinylbenzyl trimethylammonium chloride, 3-acrylamidopropyl trimethylammonium chloride, 2-acryloyloxyethyl trimethylammonium chloride, and mixtures thereof, with (ii) a hydrophobic cross-linking oligomer selected from a group consisting of polyurethane oligomer diacrylate, polyester oligomer diacrylate, epoxy oligomer diacrylate, polybutadiene oligomer diacrylate, silicone diacrylate, dimethacrylate counterparts thereof, polyurethane oligomers having three or more vinyl groups, polyester oligomers having three or more vinyl groups, and mixtures thereof..
|Hydrocarbon conversion processes using ionic liquids|
A method of hydrocarbon conversion is described. The hydrocarbon feed is decontaminated using an ionic liquid and introduced into a conversion zone.
|Charged particle beam irradiation apparatus|
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a charged particle beam irradiation apparatus of a relatively simple structure which performs cooling on a sample or a sample stage. An aspect of the present invention comprises: a charged particle source; a sample stage; and a driving mechanism that comprises a transmission mechanism which transmits a driving force to move the sample stage.
|Ampholyte polymeric compounds in subterranean applications|
Ampholyte polymeric compounds that comprise at least one nonionic monomer, at least one sulfonic acid-containing monomer, and at least one cationic monomer may be useful as friction reducing agents in treatment fluids for use in subterranean operations at a concentration of about 0.001 v/v % to about 0.5 v/v % of the treatment fluid. Such operations may involve introducing the treatment fluid into a wellbore penetrating a subterranean formation optionally at a rate and/or a pressure sufficient to create or extend at least one fracture in the subterranean formation..
|Ampholyte polymeric compounds in subterranean applications|
Ampholyte polymeric compound that comprises at least one nonionic monomer, at least one sulfonic acid-containing monomer, and at least one cationic monomer may be useful in viscosifying treatment fluids for use in subterranean operations at a concentration of about 0.5 v/v % to about 30 v/v % of the treatment fluid. Such operations may involve introducing the treatment fluid into a wellbore penetrating a subterranean formation optionally at a pressure sufficient to create or extend at least one fracture in the subterranean formation..
|Liquid cleaning composition with abrasives|
A liquid cleaning and/or cleansing composition comprising abrasive cleaning particles; one or more surfactants selected from the group consisting of anionic, nonionic, cationic, amphoteric and mixtures thereof; and a first acidic component wherein said acidic component consists of one or more chelating acids; wherein at least one nonionic surfactant is comprised in said composition and the total level of nonionic surfactant is less than 2% by weight of the total composition and/or at least one anionic surfactant is comprised in said composition and the total level of anionic surfactant is less than 2% by weight of the total composition.. .
|Low voc content waterless cleaner and article impregnated therewith|
An article is provided including composition of 0.5 to 15 total weight percent of a surfactant. The surfactant is a non-ionic surfactant, an anionic surfactant, or a combination thereof.
|Cationic tetrahydropyrazolopyridines, dye composition comprising such oxidation bases, implementation process therefor and use thereof|
The present invention relates to particular cationic tetrahydropyrazolopyridine compounds of formula (i) below and also to the use thereof for dyeing keratin fibres, in particular human keratin fibres such as the hair. The invention also relates to a dye composition comprising, in a suitable dyeing medium, one or more cationic tetrahydropyrazolopyridines as defined previously.
|Coupler with cationic 7-amino-1,2,3,4-tetrahydroquinoline structure, dyeing composition comprising same, processes and uses|
The invention relates to the use of specific heterocyclic couplers which are cationic 7-amino-1,2,3,4-tetrahydroquinoline derivatives of formula (i) for dyeing keratin fibres such as the hair: in which formula (i): r1 to r6, cat+, an−, and ra to rb are as defined in the description.. .
Present invention relates to an aqueous cleansing composition for keratin fibres, especially human hair, comprising at least one amino acid surfactant and at least one cationic and/or cationizable surfactant.. .
|Refrigeration system with dual refrigerants and liquid working fluids|
In one embodiment, the present invention relates to the use of ionic liquids and gas refrigerants in a refrigerant composition in a temperature adjustment system, such as a refrigeration system.. .
|Dye composition comprising a cationic para-aminophenol oxidation base|
The present invention relates to a para-aminophenol compound of formula (i) the addition salts thereof with an acid and the solvates thereof, dye composition comprising the latter and a dyeing process.. .
A laundry detergent having a granulated foam control composition and an anionic surfactant, wherein said granulated foam control composition has a foam control agent having a polydiorganosiloxane fluid, hydrophobic filler, and the granulated foam control composition also has an organic additive composition, a water soluble particulate carrier and a charged cationic polymer. A method of cleaning a fabric, a method of conserving water when washing fabric and a method of saving time through when washing fabric..