|| List of recent Phenol-related patents
|Method for reducing tumors and transforming cancer cells|
This invention is related to a phenol-quinone therapy that shrinks tumors and transforms cancer cells. The therapy include four phases.
|Catalyst systems based on phenolate complexes for immortal ring-opening polymerization of cyclic esters and carbohydrates|
A method can include immortal ring-opening homopolymerisation of cyclic carbonates or cyclic esters in the presence of a catalytic system, or sequential two-step ring-opening block copolymerisation of one or more cyclic monomers selected from cyclic carbonates or cyclic esters in the presence of the catalytic system. The catalytic system can include a phenolate supported metallic complex.
|Late-addition catalyst formulation, reactor system, and method for producing polycarbonate|
The present invention provides a melt polymerization reactor system and method of producing polycarbonate using a late-addition catalyst formulation having a melt transesterification catalyst dispersed in a liquid carrier system which preferably includes less than 10 wt % water. The formulation also preferably includes a liquid carrier system having phenol and a cosolvent.
|Rubber composition for tire cord coating, breaker edge strip, breaker cushion or cord-adjoining strip, and pneumatic tire|
Provided are a rubber composition for a tire cord topping, a breaker edge strip, a breaker cushion, or a strip adjacent to cords, which achieves a balanced improvement in handling stability, fuel economy, durability, ride quality, and adhesion; and pneumatic tires including the same. The rubber composition includes: an isoprene-based rubber; a phenol resin and/or an alkylphenol resin; and a partial condensate of hmmm and/or a partial condensate of hmmpme, wherein an amount of the isoprene-based rubber is 60% by mass or higher per 100% by mass of the rubber component; and a combined amount of the phenol resin and the alkylphenol resin is 2-3.9 parts by mass, a combined amount of the partial condensate of hmmm and the partial condensate of hmmpme is 0.5-5 parts by mass, and an amount of silica is at most 15 parts by mass, each per 100 parts by mass of the rubber component..
|Polyamide resin composition for wheel cover|
Disclosed is a polyamide resin composition for a wheel cover, which has an excellent balance between rigidity and toughness, improved low temperature impact property, excellent heat resistance, and improved strength of the surface of the composition and the weld. In particular, the polyamide resin composition comprises a polyamide 6 resin, an ethylene-based copolymer, a styrene-based copolymer, a maleic anhydride grafted styrene, an imide-based copolymer, nano-minerals, and a phenolic heat-resistant material..
|Compositions useful for preparing composites and composites produced therewith|
A thermosettable epoxy resin composition having, as components: (1) an epoxy resin; (2) an epoxidized cycloaliphatic dicyclopentadiene phenolic resin; (3) a liquid oligomeric butadiene homopolymer; and (4) a curing agent including one or more alkylphenol novolac resins or alkyphenol co-novolac resins, and one or more poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxides), which resin composition may be used to prepare composites, prepregs, or laminates.. .
|Phenolic coatings and methods of making and using same|
A method of making a facile, surface-independent, polyphenol coating is disclosed. In general, the method includes contacting at least a portion of the substrate to be coated with an aqueous solution containing one or more salts and one or more nitrogen-free phenolic compounds.
|Bridged alkaline earth metal alkylphenates|
A bridged alkaline earth metal alkylphenate having reduced monomeric alkylphenol is prepared by reacting (a) a 4-alkylphenol, unsubstituted at the ortho positions, (b) an alkaline earth metal oxide or hydroxide, (c) a bridging agent comprising sulfur or a carbonyl compound of 1 to about 6, or to 4 or to 2, carbon atoms, and (d) a 2,6-dialkylphenol. The amount of the 2,6-dialkylphenol is 0.05 to 3 moles per 1 mole of the 4-alkylphenol; if there is a molar excess of the 2,6-dialkylphenol, then the excess is added after initial reaction..
|Bridged alkylphenol compounds|
A bridged dimeric or oligomeric phenolic compound comprising: at least one monomer unit (a) of phenol or an alkyl-substituted phenol wherein the alkyl group contains 1 to 8 carbon atoms, or mixtures thereof; at least one monomer unit (b) of an aliphatic hydrocar-byl-substituted phenol wherein the aliphatic hydrocarbyl group contains at least about 25 carbon atoms, or mixtures thereof; and at least one sulfur-containing or carbon-containing bridging group; or a salt of said oligomeric material; wherein the average number of carbon atoms in said alkyl groups and said aliphatic hydrocarbyl groups is 10 to 100.. .
|Phenol-based self-crosslinking polymer and resist underlayer film composition including same|
A phenolic self-crosslinking polymer whose self-crosslinking reaction at a heating step is performed without additives for hardening the polymer, and a composition of resist-underlayer-film containing the same, are disclosed. The phenolic self-crosslinking polymer being selected from a group consisting of a polymer represented by formula 1, a polymer represented by formula 2 and a polymer represented by formula 3:.
|Silicon-containing antireflective coatings including non-polymeric silsesquioxanes|
Embodiments include a silicon-containing antireflective material including a silicon-containing base polymer, a non-polymeric silsesquioxane material, and a photoacid generator. The silicon-containing base polymer may contain chromophore moieties, transparent moieties, and reactive sites on an siox background, where x ranges from approximately 1 to approximately 2.
|Resin-coated metal sheet for containers|
The resin-coated metal sheet for containers includes a resin coating layer (a) having a multilayered structure mainly composed of a polyester resin on at least one surface thereof. The resin coating layer (a) includes a resin layer (a1).
|High impact and load bearing building panel|
A high impact and load bearing building panel includes a first magnesium oxide board, a phenolic resin sheet, an expanded polystyrene layer, and a second magnesium oxide board. The phenolic resin sheet is laminated with the expanded polystyrene layer, and the first magnesium oxide board is laminated with the phenolic resin sheet opposite of the expanded polystyrene layer.
|Process for the pasteurization of sap and products thereof|
The present document describes a process for the sterilization and/or pasteurization of sap without denaturing polyphenols and other ingredients present therein, and a sap product prepared from the processes.. .
|Treating inflammation with a combination of an ellagitannin and hydrogen peroxide|
The teachings provided herein generally relate to site-activated binding systems that selectively increase the bioactivity of phenolic compounds at target sites. More particularly, the systems taught here include a phenolic compound bound to a reactive oxygen species, wherein the phenolic compound and the reactive oxygen species react at a target area in the presence of an oxidoreductase enzyme..
|Oxidative attack and elimination of bisphenol a by manganese dioxide|
Bisphenol a (bpa) has been the subject of public and regulatory attention, primarily because of concerns about its endocrine activity. Bpa typically is used as an intermediate in the production of polycarbonate plastics and epoxy and other specialty resins.
|Inhibitor combination, resin mixture containing same and use of same|
The use of a mixture of 5-pyrimidinol derivatives with sterically hindered phenol derivatives for adjusting the reactivity and the gel time of resin mixtures and reactive resin mortars based on radically polymerizable compounds is described. Furthermore, a resin mixture containing the inhibitor combination, a reactive resin mortar containing this resin mixture and two-component mortar systems with the reactive resin mortar according to the invention and a hardener with improved stability in storage and good low-temperature hardening properties are also described.
|Method for the hydroxylation of phenols and phenol ethers|
The present invention relates to a method for the hydroxylation of phenols and phenol ethers by means of hydrogen peroxide. The invention specifically relates to a method for the hydroxylation of phenol by means of the hydrogen peroxide.
|Promoter catalyst system with solvent purification|
Methods for performing a condensation reaction are disclosed. Specifically, various methods for the production of highly-pure bisphenol-a are disclosed in which an attached promoter ion exchange resin catalyst system is combined with a solvent crystallization step..
|4-acylaralkylphenols and derivatives thereof|
4-aralkylphenols and derivatives thereof expressed by general formulas (6) and (7) are useful for producing trisphenols.. .
|Process for preparing polysulfone|
The present invention relates to a process for preparing polysulfone, comprising reacting bisphenol monomers with a salt forming agent to form bisphenolate, followed by subjecting the bisphenolate and 4,4′-dihalodiphenyl sulfone to polycondensation to give polysulfone, characterized in that the reaction for forming bisphenolate and the polycondensation are performed in the presence of a composite ionic liquid as the solvent, the composite ionic liquid containing zwitterionic liquid of formula (i) and/or (ii) as component a and ionic liquid of formula (iii) and/or (iv) as component b, wherein variables are respectively defined in the description of the present invention. The process of the present invention enables a shortened preparation period of polysulfone, particularly a shortened reaction time (including the time of water removal) of the salt forming stage; in addition, the polysulfone thus prepared has an improved molecular weight which is much higher..
|Process for the preparation of a sulfated derivative of 3,5-diiodo-o-[3-iodophenyl]-l-tyrosine|
The present invention relates to a process for the preparation of the mono sodium salt of the derivative 3,5-diiodo-o-[3-iodo-4-(sulphooxy)phenyl]-l-tyrosine (t3s) by starting from the corresponding phenolic compound, in the presence of chlorosulfonic acid and dimethylacetamide as a solvent. The so obtained t3s compound may conveniently be isolated in a pure form as a solid in good yields.
|Selective metabolic approach to increasing oral bioavailability of phenylephrine and other phenolic bioactivities|
Presystemic metabolism in intestine of bioactives such as phenylephrine is avoided by administering a subject (human or animal) the bioactive (e.g., phenylephrine) in combination with one or more inhibitors of sulfation (e.g., sulfotransferase enzymes aka sults). This can also be enhanced be co-administering inhibitors of monoamine oxidases aka, maos, and uridine diphosphate glucoronysl transferases, aka ugts.
|Preparation comprising amino acids and plants and its activity in the alcohol detoxification|
The invention relates to a preparation containing several amino acids and plant extracts and its alcohol detoxification activity. The component (a) in the preparation contains a mixture of two or more amino acids or derivatives thereof; the component (b) in the preparation contains a mixture of three or more extracts from plants.
|Stabilization of chloropropenes|
Compositions including chlorinated propenes and a phenolic antioxidant are described herein.. .
|Epoxy composition and epoxy resin molded article|
The present invention provides an epoxy resin molded article excellent in thermal conductivity and an epoxy composition suitable for forming such an epoxy resin molded article. Namely, the present invention relates to an epoxy composition containing an epoxy monomer having a mesogenic skeleton and a phenolic curing agent having a triphenyl methane structure..
|Thermosetting composition and process for preparing fiber-reinforced composites|
A two-component curable epoxy resin system is disclosed. The resin system includes an epoxy resin component containing at least 80% by weight of a polyglycidyl ether of a polyphenol that has an epoxy equivalent weight of up to about 200 and contains no more than 2% by weight of monohydrolyzed resin species.
|Use of ((ethoxy)hydroxyphenyl)alkyl ketone or ethoxyhydroxyalkylphenol compounds for treating greasy skin|
C—x represents c═o or ch—oh.. .
|Thermal stabilization of ipbc biocide|
A biocide, e.g. Ipbc (3-iodo-2-propynl butylcarbamate), is stabilized against thermal degradation in matrix compositions which are processed at elevated temperatures, by blending the ipbc with a stabilizer additive, e.g.
|Wellbore servicing compositions and methods of making and using same|
A method of servicing a wellbore in a subterranean formation comprising placing a wellbore servicing fluid comprising a coupling agent, a hardenable resin and a hardening agent into the wellbore wherein the coupling agent comprises a multihydroxy phenyl, a dihydroxy phenyl, a trihydroxy phenyl, ascorbic acid, a hydroxymethylnaphthol, an oxidation product thereof, a derivative thereof, or combinations thereof. A wellbore servicing fluid comprising a coupling agent, a hardenable resin, a hardening agent and a proppant wherein the coupling agent comprises a multihydroxy phenyl, a dihydroxy phenyl, a trihydroxy phenyl, ascorbic acid, a hydroxymethylphenol, a hydroxymethylnaphthol, an oxidation product thereof, a derivative thereof, or combinations thereof..
|Resin-supported catalyst and method for preparing resin-supported catalyst|
Provided is a resin-supported catalyst including a cured body of a thermosetting resin and fine particles having catalytic activity supported onto the surface of the cured body, in which the thermosetting resin has a phenolic hydroxyl group.. .