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| Continuous process for the production of melt polycarbonate|
A method for producing polycarbonate by melt polymerization can comprise: (a) adding acetone, diaryl carbonate, and dihydroxy compound to the melt polymerization unit, wherein the acetone is added to the melt polymerization unit as a mixture with the diaryl carbonate and/or the dihydroxy compound; (b) adding a catalyst to the melt polymerization unit, optionally without separating out acetone prior to the addition of the catalyst; and (c) operating the melt polymerization unit under conditions so that the diaryl carbonate(s) and dihydroxy compound(s); dihydroxy compound reacts with the diaryl carbonate to produce polycarbonate with a desired specification, and a phenol by-product.. .
| 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.
| Charge controlling agent and toner using same|
To provide a charge controlling agent for electrophotography, which presents sufficient triboelectric chargeability to a toner, is useful particularly for a color toner and further for a polymerized toner, increases a charge rising rate, has a high electric charge amount, is excellent in charging characteristics, stability over time and environmental stability and yet is safe without posing any problem regarding waste regulations, and a negatively chargeable toner for developing an electrostatic image, which uses such a charge controlling agent and which has a high charging performance. A charge controlling agent comprising, as an effective component, at least one type of cyclic phenol sulfide represented by the following formula (1), and a toner comprising such a charge controlling agent:.
| Stabilization agents for transparent conductive films|
Certain phenolic compounds have been found to provide anti-corrosion properties when incorporated into silver nanowire containing films. The effectiveness of such compounds may be enhanced by their introduction into a layer disposed adjacent to a silver nanowire containing layer..
| Flexible reinforcing fiber yarn pre-impregnated with resin|
A pre-impregnated yarn having a bundle made of reinforcing fiber filaments impregnated with a first resin composition infiltrated into the pre-impregnated yarn and at least partially connected via the first resin composition. The first resin composition contains at least two bisphenol a epichlorohydrin resins h1 and h2 in a weight ratio h1:h2 of 1.1 to 1.4, and an aromatic polyhydroxy ether p1.
| Composition and method for increasing effectiveness of radiation or chemotherapy|
This invention is a composition containing prebiotics, lentinula edodes mycelia extract, and litchi chinensis fruit polyphenol and use of the same in increasing the effectiveness of radiation or chemotherapy and in the prevention, mitigation and/or treatment of colorectal neoplasia.. .
A plastic lens having excellent weather resistance, formed by polymerization of a composition containing a polyisocyanate compound having an aromatic ring and a polythiol compound is provided. The plastic lens is formed by polymerization of a composition that contains 100 parts by mass in total of (a) a polyisocyanate compound containing a polyisocyanate compound having an aromatic ring and (b) a polythiol compound, from 0.5 to 5.0 parts by mass of (c) a benzophenone compound having a hydroxyl group on at least the ortho position, and from 0.5 to 5.0 parts by mass of (d) a phenol compound..
|Etomidate analogues with improved pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties|
Where r1 is l1c(o)ot or l1c(o)ol2c(o)ot; r2 is a substituted or unsubstituted c1-c10 alkyl, c2-c10 alkenyl, or c2-c10 alkynyl, or r1; n is an integer from 0 to 5; each r3 is independently halogen or r2; l1 and l2 are each independently a bond, a substituted or unsubstituted c1-c10 alkylene, c2-c10 alkenylene, or c2-c10 alkynylene; and t is h, a substituted or unsubstituted c1-c10 alkyl, c2-c10 alkenyl, or c2-c10 alkynyl, nitrophenol, or cyclopropyl. The invention is also directed to a pharmaceutical composition comprising a compound according to formula (i) and a pharmaceutically acceptable carrier, and to methods for providing anesthesia in mammals by administering such a pharmaceutical composition..
|Device and method for monitoring the condition of subsea parts, particularly cable connectors|
A subsea monitoring device comprises a metal part (12) disposed in a polymeric sheath (11,14), and means (10) for providing a sensible indication of ph at an interface between the part and the sheath. The part may be the metal shell of a connector.
|Method for producing carbon membrane|
Provided is a method of producing a carbon membrane including dipping a porous support in a suspension of a phenolic resin or a suspension of a phenolic resin precursor, drying the resulting support to form a membrane made of the phenolic resin or the phenolic resin precursor, and heat treating and thereby carbonizing the resulting membrane into a carbon membrane.. .
|Method for producing a soluble cocoa product from cocoa powder|
The present invention relates to a method for producing a soluble cocoa product from cocoa powder. The present invention further relates to cocoa products obtained by the present method and uses thereof.
|Treating inflammation with a binding system|
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..
|Edible brown algae extract with a low iodine content|
The invention relates to a brown algae extract containing less than 50 ppm of iodine and between 5 and 15%, and preferably between 8 and 10%, of polyphenols, said percentage of polyphenols being expressed as a chlorogenic acid equivalent in relation to the dry weight of the extract, the invention also relating to an oral absorption composition comprising such an extract, and to a method for preparing the extract according to the invention.. .
|Methods and compositions for reducing bisphenol a release|
Disclosed are methods, compositions and systems pertaining to polymer coatings that entrap enzymes, specifically enzymes capable of reducing carboxylic acids.. .
|Process for production of thermoplastic cured epoxy resin with transparency to visible light, and thermoplastic epoxy resin composition|
Provided are a thermoplastic epoxy resin composition comprising (a) an epoxy compound having two epoxy groups in one molecule, (b) a compound having two phenolic hydroxyl groups in one molecule, and at least one compound selected from the group consisting of dihexylamine, diheptylamine, di(2-ethylhexyl)amine, n-ethylhexylamine, trihexylamine, dioctylamine, tri n-octylamine, n,n-dimethyl-n-octylamine, and n,n-dimethyldecylamine as (c) a curing accelerator, and a thermoplastic cured epoxy resin with transparency to visible light produced by curing the thermoplastic epoxy resin composition.. .
|Novel inhibitor compositions and methods of use|
The invention concerns a formulation and method which allow for the efficient delivery of antipolymerants of low solubility into processes for the production of ethylenically unsaturated monomers, and associated process streams, and which avoid the potential health and safety problems and economic disadvantages which are associated with the methods of the prior art and facilitate the safe and efficient production of these monomers. Specifically, the invention provides an antipolymerant composition for the prevention of unwanted polymerisation reactions during the production and processing of ethylenically unsaturated compounds, the composition comprising a concentrated liquid formulation, wherein said concentrated liquid formulation is a suspension concentrate which comprises: (a) at least one compound selected from the group comprising phenols, quinones, thiazines, hydroxylamines and aromatic amines; (b) at least one dispersing agent; and (c) at least one polar or non-polar liquid carrier.
A diesel fuel composition comprising a performance enhancing additive, wherein the performance enhancing additive is the product of a mannich reaction between: (a) an aldehyde; (b) a polyamine; and (c) an optionally substituted phenol; wherein the molar ratio of component (c) to component (b) in the reaction mixture used to prepare the performance enhancing additive is at least 1.5:1.. .
|Method for preparation of aryl poly(oxalkyl) quaternary ammonium compound|
A method for preparation of an aryl poly(oxalkyl) quaternary ammonium compound is provided, said method comprising steps of: 1) reacting a phenol with a dihalopolyalkylene ether under the action of a phase transfer catalyst, to obtain an arylpoly(oxalkyl) halide; 2) reacting said arylpoly(oxalkyl) halide with an amination reagent under the action of a phase transfer catalyst, to obtain an arylpoly(oxalkyl) amine; 3) reacting said arylpoly(oxalkyl) amine with an alkylation reagent, to obtain an aryl poly(oxalkyl) quaternary ammonium compound; wherein r1 is h or a c1 to c16 alkyl group, located in the ortho, meta or para position; n is an integer of 2 to 6; r2 is h or a c1 to c16 alkyl group; r3 is h or a c1 to c16 alkyl group; r4 is a c1 to c16 alkyl group; x1 is br or cl; x is cl, br, or i. The preparation method according to the present invention requires low temperature and low pressure, the reaction time is short, and an overall yield can reach 75%.
|High-flow hollow-fiber membranes containing polymer blends|
A composition for making polymeric fiber membranes, for use in non-cryogenic separation of gases, substantially improves product flow, with only a small decrease in the recovery ratio. The composition is a spin dope including tetrabromo bis-phenol a polycarbonate (tbba-pc) and tetrabromo bishydroxyphenylfluorene polycarbonate (tbbhpf-pc), in proportions, by weight, ranging (in percent) from about 60/40 to 40/60, and n-methyl pyrrolidinone (nmp) and triethylene glycol (teg), wherein the ratio of the amounts of nmp to teg, by weight, is in the range of about 1.6-2.5.
|Phenolic resin composition for shell molding, resin coated sand for shell molding, and shell mold formed of the same|
Provided are a phenolic resin composition for shell molding that has low thermal expansion properties and high flexibility, a resin coated sand for shell molding obtained by using the same, and a shell mold formed of the same. The phenolic resin composition for shell molding that is capable of exhibiting advantageous mold characteristic is obtained by a combination of a phenolic resin that is obtained by a reaction of a phenol, a naphthol, and an aldehyde, and a fatty acid amide..
|Phenolic resin and material for forming underlayer film for lithography|
There is provided a novel phenolic resin which can be used as a coating agent or a resist resin for a semiconductor, which has a high carbon concentration and a low oxygen concentration in the resin, which has a relatively high heat resistance and also a relatively high solvent solubility, and which can be applied to a wet process. There are also provided a material useful for forming a novel photoresist underlayer film which has a relatively high solvent solubility, which can be applied to a wet process, and which is excellent in etching resistance as an underlayer film for a multilayer resist, an underlayer film formed using the same, and a pattern forming method using the same.
|Photosensitive resin composition and cured product thereof|
An alkali-developing-type photosensitive resin composition comprising: a polycarboxylic acid resin (a) obtained by reacting a polybasic anhydride (c) with a reactant (ab) between a difunctional bisphenol epoxy resin (a) having an epoxy group at both terminals and an epoxy equivalent of 600-1300 g/eq., and a monocarboxylic acid compound (b) having an alcoholic hydroxyl group; an epoxy resin (b) having two or more epoxy groups in a molecule; and a photoacid generator (c), wherein the addition ratio the monocarboxylic acid compound (b) with respect to 1 equivalent of the epoxy group of the epoxy resin (a) is 80 equivalent % or more, and the addition ratio the polybasic anhydride with respect to one equivalent of the primary hydroxyl group of the reactant (ab) is 80 equivalent % or more.. .
|Resin composition for printed circuit board, insulating film, prepreg, and printed circuit board|
Disclosed herein are a resin composition for a printed circuit board, an insulating film, a prepreg, and a printed circuit board, the resin composition including: a composite epoxy resin containing a bisphenol a type epoxy resin, a cresol novolac epoxy resin, a rubber-modified epoxy resin, a phosphorus based epoxy resin, and an alkyl sulfonated tetrazole-modified epoxy resin; and a curing agent. The insulating film and the prepreg according to the present invention may have basically low coefficient of thermal expansion, excellent heat resistance, a high glass transition temperature, and excellent adhesion force with the metal..
|Polyphenol analogs to treat ischemia|
The present invention provides methods of use of polyphenol compounds for treating, preventing, mitigating and delaying ischemia or a condition where ischemia occurs. In one embodiment, the method comprises providing a polyphenol analog; and administering the polyphenol analog to a subject to treat ischemia or a condition where ischemia occurs.
|Neuroprotective polyphenol analogs|
The present invention provides neuroprotective polyphenol compounds, which can be synthetic analogs of fisetin, baicalein or chlorogenic acid, that maintain neuroprotective, anti-inflammatory, glutathione promoting, and/or antioxidant properties. The neuroprotective polyphenol compounds are useful for promoting, enhancing and/or increasing neuron protection, growth and/or regeneration.
|Volatile distillate by-product of mint oil that promotes absorption and/or bioavailability of compounds of bio-medical and nutritional interest|
Disclosed is an adjuvant for improving the bioavailability of bioactive compositions. The adjuvant is prepared from a byproduct of mint flavor production.
|Cosmetic composition containing green tea component|
The present invention provides a cosmetic composition containing one or more selected from a group consisting of green tea saponin and green tea polyphenol as active ingredients. The cosmetic composition of the invention is very safe to the skin and can greatly enhance biological mechanisms in the skin, and thus can serve as an anti-aging cosmetic composition..
|Novel ampk agonist compositions and methods of use|
The invention relates to novel ampk agonist containing compositions that are adapted for localised use in treating inflammation and/or pain due to disease or injury in a human or animal. The novel compositions of the invention are useful in the treatment of a variety of conditions including osteoarthritis (oa), synovitis, tendonitis, desmitis; cystitis, osteitis and laminitis.
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