|| List of recent Ionic-related patents
| Preparation of canola protein isolate and use in aquaculture|
A canola protein isolate useful in aquaculture is formed by a procedure in which canola oil seed meal is extracted to cause solubilization of protein in the canola oil seed meal to form an aqueous protein solution having a protein content of about 5 to about 40 g/l and a ph of about 5 to about 6.8. After separation of the aqueous protein solution from the residual canola oil seed meal, the protein concentration is increased to at least about 50 g/l while maintaining the ionic strength substantially constant by using a selective membrane technique.
| Switchable ionic adhesive coating for recyclable carbon fiber|
The present technology provides an carbon fiber reinforced plastic having an organoamine coated carbon fiber and a carbonyl functionalized matrix polymer. Also described is a method for recycling the carbon fiber reinforced plastic using an acidic gas..
| Rubber composition and pneumatic tire|
The present invention provides a rubber composition that allows uniform dispersion of microfibrillated plant fibers so as to improve the required performance for a tire in a balanced manner, and a pneumatic tire formed from the rubber composition. The present invention relates to a rubber composition prepared from a masterbatch obtained by mixing rubber latex, microfibrillated plant fibers and a cationic polymer, wherein 0.01 to 5 parts by mass of the cationic polymer is added per 100 parts by mass of a rubber component of the rubber latex..
| Additive for building product mixtures containing flow agents|
Claimed is a cationic copolymer and also its use as an admixture agent for building product systems, especially based on calcium sulfate. The copolymers of the invention effectuate accelerated setting behavior in clay-containing as well as non-clay-containing gypsums and they enable uncurtailed water reduction performance by dispersant agents used at the same time with the copolymers.
| Topical delivery of l-arginine to cause beneficial effects|
A preparation is disclosed for producing enhanced blood flow in tissue thus causing beneficial effects such as promoting hair growth on scalp tissue lacking sufficient hair, restoring normal sexual function in males with erectile dysfunction. Specifically, this is a preparation which provides local delivery of the amino acid l-arginine, an important biological precursor to the main substance which is responsible for relaxation of blood vessels permitting enhancement of blood flow.
| Transmucosal administration of taxanes|
The present invention provides a pharmaceutical composition for delivering an active agent taxane through transmucosal administration, more particularly through the buccal mucosa or sublingual mucosa. The present invention provides a method for treating cancer by buccal or sublingual administration of the pharmaceutical composition to a subject.
| External preparation composition comprising fatty acid-based ionic liquid as active ingredient|
Disclosed is an external preparation composition having good transdermal absorbability. An external preparation composition having excellent transdermal absorbability can be produced by dissolving a medicinal substance or a salt thereof in a fatty acid-based ionic liquid to form a composite ionic composition of the medicinal substance.
| Saccharide conjugates|
The invention provides a series of novel lipid a anlogues that are structually simple, synthetically accessible, and capable of blocking the cellular receptor within the signal transduction pathway. The novel lipid a anlogues can include a monosaccharide core with hydrophobic side chains and amino acid ionic motif.
| Mitochondrial-targeted cationic nanoparticles comprising camkii inhibitors and uses thereof for treating and preventing diseases and disorders associated with camkii activity|
Disclosed are compositions and methods for treating or preventing diseases or disorders associated with mitochondrial camkii activity.. .
| Dispersants having biobased compounds|
The present disclosure is directed to compositions having lecithin and an organic acid and related methods. The disclosed compositions may also include one or more co-surfactants such as anionic surfactants and/or non-ionic surfactants, and may be used as a dispersant..
| Coated high-temperature superconducting wire and high-temperature superconducting coil including the same|
In a coated high-temperature superconducting wire 1 in which a superconducting yttrium-based wire (high-temperature superconducting wire) 2 having a rectangular cross section is coated by an insulating layer 6, the insulating layer 6 is an electrodeposited film made of block copolymerized polyimide which contains siloxane bonds in a polyimide main chain and which has molecules with anionic groups. A coil formed from the superconducting yttrium-based wire 2 is impregnated with epoxy resin, and the epoxy resin is cured.
| Method of producing rapid heating of a cathode installed in a thermionic emission assembly|
A thermionic emission assembly includes a wehnelt cap that has a cap beam aperture and a cavity within which a cathode is supported. Electrical energy applied to the cathode causes it to reach a sufficiently high temperature to emit a beam of electrons that propagate through the cap beam aperture.
| Compositions and methods for 3-hydroxypropionic acid production|
The present application discloses genetically modified yeast cells comprising an active 3-hp fermentation pathway, and the use of these cells to produce 3-hp.. .
| Destructible surfactants and uses thereof|
The present invention provides methods for enhancing chemical reactions of molecules, e.g., biomolecules, with destructible surfactants. The chemical reactions may involve and/or be associate with analysis, e.g., solubilizing, separating, purifying and/or characterizing the molecules.
| Compositions and methods for biological sample storage|
Compositions and methods are disclosed for substantially dry storage at ambient or elevated temperatures of biological samples such as nucleic acids, proteins and cells in a form from which the samples can be substantially recovered, using a dissolvable or dissociable dry storage matrix comprising a borate composition and a stabilizer as disclosed, such as any of a number of zwitterionic stabilizers.. .
| Polymer comprising end groups containing photoacid generator, photoresist comprising the polymer, and method of making a device|
Wherein in formula (i), z is a y valent c1-20 organic group, l is a heteroatom or a single bond, a1 and a2 are each independently ester containing or non-ester containing and are fluorinated or non-fluorinated, and are independently c1-40 alkylene, c3-40 cycloalkylene, c6-40 arylene, or c7-40 aralkylene, and a1 contains a nitrile, ester, or aryl substituent group alpha to the point of attachment with sulfur, x1 is a single bond, —o—, —s—, —c(═o)—o—, —o—c(═o)—, —o—c(═o)—o—, —c(═o)—nr—, —nr—c(═o)—, —nr—c(═o)—nr—, —s(═o)2—o—, —o—s(═o)2—o—, —nr—s(═o)2—, or —s(═o)2—nr, wherein r is h, c1-10 alkyl, c3-10 cycloalkyl or c6-10 aryl, y− is an anionic group, g+ is a metallic or non-metallic cation, and y is an integer of 1 to 6. A photoresist composition comprising the polymer, a coated substrate, comprising a layer of the photoresist composition, and a method of forming an electronic device from the photoresist, are also disclosed..
| Temperature dependent ionic gate|
An electrochemical device having a liquid electrolyte which includes a protic solvent, an anode electrode disposed in contact with the liquid electrolyte, and a cathode electrode disposed in contact with the liquid electrolyte. A membrane which interrupts the transport of ions between the electrodes at a predetermined temperature is disposed in the liquid electrolyte between the anode electrode and the cathode electrode.
| Ion-conducting composite electrolyte comprising path-engineered particles|
An ion-conducting composite electrolyte is provided comprising path-engineered ion-conducting ceramic electrolyte particles and a solid polymeric matrix. The path-engineered particles are characterized by an anisotropic crystalline structure and the ionic conductivity of the crystalline structure in a preferred conductivity direction h associated with one of the crystal planes of the path-engineered particle is larger than the ionic conductivity of the crystalline structure in a reduced conductivity direction l associated with another of the crystal planes of the path-engineered particle.
| Electrolyte for rechargeable lithium battery and rechargeable lithium battery including same|
Disclosed are a non-aqueous electrolyte for a rechargeable lithium battery and a rechargeable lithium battery including the non-aqueous electrolyte, and the non-aqueous electrolyte for a rechargeable lithium battery includes a lithium salt; a non-aqueous organic solvent; and trialkylsilyl borate as an additive, wherein he non-aqueous organic solvent may include a solvent having a low melting point of less than or equal to about −50° c. And ionic conductivity of greater than or equal to about 6 s/cm at 25° c..
| Positive-electrode active material, manufacturing method of the same, and nonaqueous electrolyte rechargeable battery having the same|
A positive-electrode active material for a non-aqueous electrolyte rechargeable battery includes a core portion and a shell portion. The core portion contains an inorganic oxide with a polyanionic structure.
| Positive-electrode active material, manufacturing method of the same, and nonaqueous electrolyte rechargeable battery having the same|
A positive-electrode active material for a non-aqueous electrolyte rechargeable battery includes a core portion and a shell portion. The core portion includes at least one of an inorganic oxide having a polyanionic structure and an inorganic compound oxide having a polyanionic structure and including a carbon.
| Graft-copolymer stabilized metal nanoparticles|
There is provided a method of preparing nanoparticles and novel nanoparticles. The nanoparticle preparation comprises the generation of a mixture comprising a plurality of metal-containing compounds and a copolymer of a polyethylene glycol and an amine-containing polyamino acid such as polylysine where a metal core and polymer shell nanoparticle is formed.
| Coating layer and method for forming coating layer|
The coating layer has excellent water repellency and satisfactory gloss to a base material and provides a method for forming a coating layer in which the agents used have, for example, excellent storage stability and dispersibility. The coating layer has a layer (i) formed by curing a film-forming agent containing predetermined amounts of a polyorganosiloxane having at least one hydrolyzable functional group in its molecule, a curing catalyst, and an organic solvent including a saturated hydrocarbon solvent and an aromatic hydrocarbon solvent each having 8 to 15 carbon atoms at a predetermined ratio and a layer (ii) formed by solidifying a finish treatment agent containing predetermined amounts of a polyorganosiloxane having at least one pendant amino group, a polyorganosiloxane having two or more terminal amino groups, a silicone resin emulsion emulsified with a nonionic or anionic surfactant, a hydrophilic group-containing organic solvent, and water..
| Ink composition for continuous deflected jet printing|
An ink composition for continuous deflected ink jet printing, liquid at ambient temperature is disclosed. One aspect is an ink composition comprising: a solvent including organic solvent compound(s), and optionally water, the solvent representing at least 20% by weight of the total weight of the ink.
| Novel preparation technique for higher-order structure that exhibits anticellular effect|
Disclosed is a novel means by which cyanoacrylate polymer particles still more useful as an antibacterial agent, an anticancer agent, etc., than conventional particles. The method for production of cyanoacrylate polymer particles according to the present invention comprises anionically polymerizing a cyanoacrylate monomer(s) in the presence of at least one selected from the group consisting of amino acids, amino acid derivatives, and oligomers and polymers thereof, and substantially in the absence of a saccharide and substantially in the absence of a polysorbate.
| Combined stable cationic and anionic surfactant compositions|
Aqueous free-flowing surfactant compositions having non-newtonian shear thinning properties are disclosed. These stable compositions include both cationic and anionic surfactants and can suspend water-insoluble particles or partially insoluble components..
| Method for physically processing and/or heating media, in particular liquids, and an apparatus for performing the method|
The invention relates to a method and apparatus for physically working and/or heating media, in particular liquids. The high expenditure of energy of the known methods can be avoided, with reduced environmental impact, by the hydrodynamically worked medium being exposed to polar and/or ionic electrochemical potentials and electrochemical signals rc ac.
| Systems and methods for controlling temperature of small volumes|
Systems and methods for controlling the temperature of small volumes such as yoctoliter volumes, are described. The systems include one or more plasmonic nanostructures attached at or near a nanopore.
| System for protecting an airborne platform against collisions|
Systems and methods for protecting an airborne platform against collisions are provided. One system includes fmcw radar sensors including transmitting antennae, means for receiving signals from echoes and for processing and digitizing same, and means for sending a central unit data representing said digital signals via a dedicated point to point link.
| Polyol photosensitizers, carrier gas uv laser ablation sensitizers, and other additives and methods for making and using same|
Disclosed are photo sensitizers that include a polyol moiety covalently bonded to a fused aromatic moiety. Also disclosed is a method for improving uv laser ablation performance of a coating, such as a cationic uv curable coating, by incorporating an oxalyl-containing additive into the cationic uv curable or other coating.
| Reduced isotropic etchant material consumption and waste generation|
Methods and apparatus for isotropically etching a metal from a work piece, while recovering and reconstituting the chemical etchant are described. Various embodiments include apparatus and methods for etching where the recovered and reconstituted etchant is reused in a continuous loop recirculation scheme.
| Aerobic oxidation of alkanes|
An aerobic method for oxidizing an alkane is disclosed herein. At least a portion of a surface of a platinum working electrode is activated at an interface between the platinum working electrode and an ionic liquid electrolyte (i.e., 1-ethyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide, 1-propyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide, 1-butyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide, 1-pentyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide, 1-hexyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide, 1-heptyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide, 1-octyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide, 1-nonyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide, and 1-decyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imidem, and combinations thereof).
| Redox couple for electrochemical and optoelectronic devices|
The present invention provides an improved redox couple for electrochemical and optoelectronic devices. The redox couple is based on a complex of a first row transition metal, said complex containing at least one mono-, bi-, or tridentate ligand comprising a substituted or unsubstituted ring or ring system comprising a five-membered n-containing heteroring and/or a six-membered ring comprising at least two heteroatoms, at least one of which being a nitrogen atom, said five- or six-membered heteroring, respectively, comprising at least one double bond.
| Methods of producing sugars from biomass feedstocks|
Provided herein are catalysts useful in non-enzymatic saccharification processes. The catalysts can be polymeric catalysts or solid-supported catalysts with acidic and ionic moieties.
| Erasable inkjet ink composition|
An erasable inkjet ink composition includes an ink vehicle including a solvent, and a colorant added to the ink vehicle. The colorant is chosen from an iron-based ionic complex, an iron-based ionic complex in combination with a dye, a non-ascorbic acid based complex, and a dye-blend mono-based colorant..
| Ionic gel electrolyte, energy storage devices, and methods of manufacture thereof|
An electrochemical cell includes solid-state, printable anode layer, cathode layer and non-aqueous gel electrolyte layer coupled to the anode layer and cathode layer. The electrolyte layer provides physical separation between the anode layer and the cathode layer, and comprises a composition configured to provide ionic communication between the anode layer and cathode layer by facilitating transmission of multivalent ions between the anode layer and the cathode layer..
|Mercury compound removal and methane conversion process using a supersonic flow reactor|
Methods and systems are provided for converting methane in a feed stream to acetylene. The method includes removing at least a portion of mercury containing compounds from a hydrocarbon stream.
|Ionic viscoelastics and viscoelastic salts|
One embodiment of the present invention relates to ionic liquids and ionic viscoelastics formed between  a small molecule or macromolecule containing two or more cations; and  a small molecule or macromolecule containing two or more anions. Another embodiment of the invention is the use of the inventive ionic liquids and ionic viscoelastics, formed between a small molecule or macromolecule containing two or more cations and a small molecule or macromolecule containing two or more anions, to form a crosslinked network.
|Pigment dispersion and method for preparing same|
A pigment dispersion and a method for preparing the same are provided. The pigment dispersion comprises the following components in the following mass percentage: 10%˜20% pigment, 1.5%˜12% dispersant, 0.75%˜7.5% binder resin, 58.5%˜87.3% solvent and 0.45%˜2% nonionic surfactant, based on the total mass of the pigment dispersion.
|Formulations and methods for weight loss and body contouring|
Formulations and methods for weight loss and body contouring are disclosed. An illustrative formulation comprises human chorionic gonadotrophin (hcg) and resveratrol.
An aqueous fabric conditioner composition comprising (a) from 2 to 9 wt % of a fabric softening active, by weight of the total composition, wherein the fabric softening active is an ester-linked quaternary ammonium compound having fatty acid chains comprising from 20 to 35 wt % of saturated c18 chains and from 20 to 35 wt % of monounsaturated c18 chains, by weight of total fatty acid chains; and (b) from 0.01 to 0.5 wt %, by weight of the total composition, of a floc prevention agent, which is a non-ionic alkoxylated material having an hlb value of from 8 to 18, wherein the aqueous fabric conditioner composition has a viscosity of greater than 50 cps, preferably from 55 to 200 cps as measured on a cup and bob viscometer; the viscosity being continuously measured under shear at 106 s″1 for 60 seconds, at 25° c. And wherein the composition leads to little or no floc formation upon addition to water..
|Flowering stimulant composition using nitrobenzene|
A flowering stimulant composition with nitrobenzene for agricultural and horticultural flowering crops comprising nitrobenzene as an active ingredient, with natural/synthetic/ionic (or) non ionic chemical surfactant and base with petro (or) non petro solvent base. A typical example of 100 kg of the composition has 5 to 10 kgs.
|Non ionic groups of amphoteric polysaccharide linear or branched alkyl or acid and base distillation reservoir liquid or gas mechanically refined and nano particle dispersion and recovery basin in vacuum processing for building materials and high wear-heat resistant parts brushes; windings; coils; battery cells; brake pads; bushings; 2.5 phase extrusions die cast molding; refrigeration; polarized glass; and central processing unit processors.|
Manufacture process scientific formula mechanically refined and nanoparticle dispersion preform slurry non ionic or electrolyte carbon nanofoam cnfs with or without ionic suspension elements manufactured, preform slurry high wear-heat resistant parts electronic component composite coils, composite windings, drawn, annealing, spun, coils, windings, wire, woven textile mesh, shielding, brushes, inductors, antinode couplers, electric rheostats, starters, motors, alternators, generators, ionic suspension element enhanced composite coils, composite windings, drawn, annealing, spun, coils, windings, wire, woven textile mesh, shielding, brushes, capacitors, battery cells, rheostats, electronic resistors, transformers, transducers, rectifiers, power supplies, or heat sinks, preform slurry carbon nanofoam cnfs extrusion high wear-heat resistant parts aerospace, automotive, and transportation brake calipers, rotors, pads, washers, spacers, and bushings, preform slurry carbon nanofoam cnfs extrusion high wear-heat resistant parts precision casting molds manufacturing highly pure metal, super alloy, acid-solid, alkaline, glass, acrylic, halide, alkalide, or ceramics specializing in 2.5 phase die cast molding.. .
|Lithium battery having a protected lithium electrode and an ionic liquid catholyte|
Active metal and active metal intercalation electrode structures and battery cells having ionically conductive protective architecture including an active metal (e.g., lithium) conductive impervious layer separated from the electrode (anode) by a porous separator impregnated with a non-aqueous electrolyte (anolyte). This protective architecture prevents the active metal from deleterious reaction with the environment on the other (cathode) side of the impervious layer, which may include aqueous or non-aqueous liquid electrolytes (catholytes) and/or a variety of electrochemically active materials, including liquid, solid and gaseous oxidizers.
|Reduction of water transfer across membrane|
A method of operating a redox flow battery includes a step of observing a difference in relative volume between the anolyte fluid volume and the catholyte fluid volume. The ionic molality of anolyte fluid is increased if the relative volume of the anolyte fluid decreases.
|Method of making ionic liquid mediated sol-gel sorbents|
Ionic liquid (il)-mediated sol-gel hybrid organic-inorganic materials present enormous potential for effective use in analytical microextraction. One obstacle to materializing this prospect arises from high viscosity of ils significantly slowing down sol-gel reactions.
|Composition comprising antimicrobial metal ions and a quaternary cationic surfactant|
The present invention relates to an antimicrobial composition suitable for use on skin and wounds comprising a source of an antimicrobial metal ion and a quaternary cationic surfactant.. .
|Delayed release drug formulation|
In a delayed release formulation comprising a core containing a drug and a delayed release coating for providing intestinal release, release of the drug in the colon is accelerated by including an isolation layer between the core and the delayed release coating. The delayed release coating comprises an inner layer and an outer layer.
|Efficient method for loading amphoteric liposomes with nucleic acid active substances|
A method for preparing amphoteric liposomes loaded with a polyanionic active agent as cargo, characterised by admixing an aqueous solution of said polyanionic active agent and an alcoholic solution of one or more amphiphiles and buffering said admixture to an acidic ph, said one or more amphiphiles being susceptible of forming amphoteric liposomes at said acidic ph, thereby to form such amphoteric liposomes in suspension encapsulating said active agent under conditions such that said liposomes form aggregates, and thereafter treating said suspension to dissociate said aggregates. Also disclosed are nucleic acid loaded amphoteric liposomes produced in accordance with the method, wherein said nucleic acids are oligonucleotides and said liposomes are multilamellar..
|Recreational water with improved interaction with skin, hair and eyes|
The feel of skin and hair and the manageability of hair exposed to recreational water is improved by the addition of select organic polymers, e.g., charged organic polymers such as cationic organic polymers containing multiple charges. In one embodiment, excellent results are achieved when the added organic polymer(s) include polymeric quaternary ammonium compounds such as poly-dadmac.
|Spray-dried compositions and their uses|
The present invention relates to spray dried compositions of one or more active ingredients dispersed in a carrier of gum arabic in admixture with a non-ionic surfactant. The compositions are particularly useful for the encapsulation of menthol and can be used to prepare chewing gums and compressed tablets..
The present invention provides a phosphopeptide or phosphoprotein (pp) stabilised amorphous calcium phosphate or amorphous calcium fluoride phosphate complex having a calcium ion greater than about 30 moles of calcium per mole of pp.. .
|Scanning probe with twin-nanopore or a-single-nanopore for sensing biomolecules|
A mechanism is provided for sensing molecules. A twin-nanopore probe includes a first channel and a second channel.
|Method and apparatus for a porous electrospray emitter|
An ionic liquid ion source can include a microfabricated body including a base and a tip. The body can be formed of a porous material compatible with at least one of an ionic liquid or room-temperature molten salt.
|Method for continuous preparation of indium-tin coprecipitates and indium-tin-oxide nanopowders with substantially homogeneous indium/tin composition, controllable shape and particle size|
Disclosed herein are indium-tin-oxide nanoparticles and a method for continuously producing precipitated indium-tin nanoparticles having a particle size range of substantially from about 10 nm to about 200 nm and a substantially consistent ratio of indium to tin in the resultant nanoparticles across the duration of the continuous process, based on the ratio of indium to tin in a seeding solution. The method comprises preparing intermediate indium and tin compounds of the general formula [m(oh)xcy], where m represents the indium or tin ionic component of indium or tin salts, c represents the cationic component of indium or tin salt(s), x is a number greater than 0 and y=[m*valance−x]/c* valance in the seeding solution.
|Process and system for dewatering oil sands fine tailings|
A dewatering process comprises dispersing an anionic polymer flocculant in a slurry comprising water and oil sands fine tailings to form flocs comprising fines bridged by the anionic polymer flocculant. A cationic polymer flocculant is subsequently dispersed in the flocculated slurry to further flocculate the flocs and form floc aggregates.
|Process for reducing inorganics from anionic surfactant solutions|
A process comprising contacting deionized water with one or more strecker sulfonation reaction products of one or more halogenated alkyl ethers in the presence of sulfite, wherein the one or more strecker sulfonation reaction products each comprise one or more inorganic salts on a dry basis and one or more surfactant components, form a filtration mixture; loading the filtration mixture into a high pressure filtration system containing a membrane having a membrane molecular weight cutoff allowing preferential passage of the inorganic salts, for example, of greater than or equal to 200 daltons; wherein the high pressure filtration system is operated at a pressure greater than ambient pressure and is configured to cause crossflow of the filtration mixture along a surface of the membrane resulting in a permeate solution which substantially passes through the membrane and a retentate solution which substantially does not pass through the membrane; wherein the permeate comprises less than or equal to 15 weight percent surfactant component, based on the weight of the filtration mixture is provided.. .
|Analogue ionic liquids for the separation and recovery of hydrocarbons from particulate matter|
Systems, methods and compositions for the separation and recovery of hydrocarbons from particulate matter are herein disclosed. According to one embodiment, a method includes contacting particulate matter with at least one analogue ionic liquid.
|Method for spinning anionically modified cellulose and fibres made using the method|
The present invention is directed towards a method for spinning anionically modified cellulose comprising the steps of: (a) preparing a suspension of the anionically modified cellulose in a continuous phase; (b) subjecting the suspension to high shear rate; (c) performing spinning by extruding the cellulose suspension through a spinneret into a spinbath comprising a cationic complexing agent, and (d) isolating the sun fibres from the spin bath; as well as fibres obtained based on the method of the invention and paper or board products derived from such fibres.. .
|Scanning probe with twin-nanopore or a-single-nanopore for sensing biomolecules|
A mechanism is provided for sensing molecules. A twin-nanopore probe includes a first channel and a second channel.
|Process for preparation of dicyanocarboxylate derivatives|
Ii) neutralizing the sodium salt of 2,3-dicyanopropionic acid ester using a neutralizing agent to obtain a 2,3-dicyanopropionic acid ester of formula (i),. .
|Method for preparing dialkyl carbonate|
Disclosed is a method for preparing a dialkyl carbonate, in which a dialkyl carbonate such as dimethyl carbonate is economically prepared in an environmentally-friendly manner at a higher yield while reducing generation of a by-product. The method for preparing the dialkyl carbonate includes reacting urea, an alkyl carbamate having 1 to 3 carbon atoms, or a mixture thereof with a monovalent alcohol having 1 to 3 carbon atoms in the presence of a room temperature ionic liquid and a catalyst including a salt of a transition metal or a rare earth metal..
|Quaternary ammonium diphenylmethyl compounds useful as muscarinic receptor antagonists|
In salt or zwitterionic form or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, wherein r1-6, a-e and q are as defined in the specification. These compounds are muscarinic receptor antagonists.
|High metathesis activity ruthenium and osmium metal carbene complexes|
Where m is os or ru; r1 is hydrogen; r is selected from the group consisting of hydrogen, substituted or unsubstituted alkyl, and substituted or unsubstituted aryl; x and x1 are independently selected from any anionic ligand; and l and l1 are independently selected from any neutral electron donor. The ruthenium and osmium carbene compounds of the present invention may be synthesized using diazo compounds, by neutral electron donor ligand exchange, by cross metathesis, using acetylene, using cumulated olefins, and in a one-pot method using diazo compounds and neutral electron donors.
|Cationic water based polymers for inkjet inks|
The present invention provides a durable, external surfactant free, cationic, water based jet ink polymer which when formulated into an ink jet ink results in a printing that has an excellent adhesion to metal or plastic substrates. Such a jet ink polymer is suitable performance replacement of solvent soluble polymers currently in commercial use.
|Insulating silicone rubber composition|
An insulating silicone rubber composition superior in reliability is provided that has excellent antistatic property while being free from bleeding, blooming, and discoloration. The insulating silicone rubber contains silicone rubber, ionic liquid having an alkoxysilyl group, and preferably a crosslinking agent.
|Polycationic compounds and uses thereof|
Aspects of the present invention relate to compounds and methods useful in modulating angiogenesis and methods of treating or preventing diseases associated with angiogenesis by administering a polycationic compound. The present invention relates to methods of use and compositions for inhibiting angiogenesis-mediated disorders in mammals including animals and humans.
|Process for making a crystalline structurant|
An oil-in-water emulsion comprising droplets of a molten hydrogenated castor oil, the droplets having a mean diameter of between 0.1 μm and 4 μm; and an anionic surfactant; and wherein the mean diameter is measured when the emulsion is at a temperature of between 85° c. And 95° c..
|Fiber, nonwoven fabric and uses thereof|
An object of the invention is to develop fibers which include an olefin polymer and are suitable to form a nonwoven fabric, and to develop such nonwoven fabrics. The invention provides a fiber including an olefin polymer composition including 100 parts by weight of an olefin polymer and 0.1 to 30 parts by weight of an acid-form anionic surfactant, the acid-form anionic surfactant having been melt kneaded in the fiber..
|Method of increasing the productivity of eucaryotic cells in the production of recombinant fviii|
A method of increasing productivity, in particularly cell-specific productivity, of recombinant factor viii (rfviii) produced in a eukaryotic cell suspension during culturing of the eucaryotic cell suspension in a culturing medium containing not more than 500 μm cacl2, at least a non-ionic detergent and other nutrient components needed for the cells to grow and produce rfviii, the cell suspension is cultured under conditions inducing a shear stress mechanically to the eucaryotic cell suspension by adding a power density of at least 3 w/m3.. .
|Blood analyzer, blood analysis method, and computer program product|
A blood analyzer, a blood analysis method, and a computer program that can distinguishably detect abnormal lymphocytes from blasts and atypical lymphocytes are provided. A blood analyzer (1) prepares a measurement sample by mixing a first reagent containing a hemolyzing agent, a second reagent containing a fluorescent dye for staining nucleic acid, and a blood specimen in a sample preparation portion (22).
|Phase stable doped zirconia electrolyte compositions with low degradation|
A solid oxide fuel cell (sofc) includes a cathode electrode, a solid oxide electrolyte, and an anode electrode. The electrolyte and/or electrode composition includes zirconia stabilized with (i) scandia, (ii) ceria, and (iii) at least one of yttria and ytterbia.
|Aqueous redox flow batteries comprising matched ionomer membranes|
This invention is directed to aqueous redox flow batteries comprising ionically charged redox active materials and ionomer membranes, wherein the charge of the redox active materials is of the same sign as that of the ionomer, so as to confer specific improvements.. .