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| Methods for dissolution and instant neutralization of solid nitrocellulose propellants and plasticized military munitions|
Nitrocellulose propellants and plasticized military munitions, equipment, or contaminated soil are placed in a suitable container. A first option consists of adding a strong base to plasticized munitions in a container or militarization/demilitarization equipment or soil containing plasticized munitions or nitrocellulose propellant; adding an organic solvent; and then adding water to mixture.
| Multifunctional sulfur-containing polymers, compositions thereof and methods of use|
Disclosed are multifunctional sulfur-containing polymers that are the reaction products of a sulfur-containing diol, a polyol containing at least three hydroxyl groups per polyol molecule, and an aldehyde, a ketone, or a combination thereof. Sealant compositions comprising the multifunctional sulfur-containing polymers are also disclosed..
| Rubber composition for fiber cord topping, and pneumatic tire|
The present invention provides a rubber composition for a fiber cord topping which is capable of improving handling stability, fuel economy, elongation at break, adhesion to fiber cords, processability, and tire durability in a balanced manner, and also provides a pneumatic tire formed from the rubber composition. The present invention relates to a rubber composition for a fiber cord topping, having an amount of insoluble sulfur with an iron content of not more than 30 ppm, calculated as net sulfur in the insoluble sulfur, of 1.0 to 3.5 parts by mass; a total net sulfur content of 2.0 to 3.5 parts by mass; and a zinc oxide content of 1.5 to 6.0 parts by mass, each per 100 parts by mass of a rubber component of the rubber composition..
| Enhancement of fischer-tropsch process for hydrocarbon fuel formulation in a gtl environment|
An enhanced natural gas processing method using fischer-tropsch (ft) process for the synthesis of sulfur free, clean burning, hydrocarbon fuels, examples of which include syndiesel and aviation fuel. A selection of natural gas, separately or combined with portions of natural gas liquids and ft naphtha and ft vapours are destroyed in a syngas generator and used or recycled as feedstock to an fischer-tropsch (ft) reactor in order to enhance the production of syndiesel from the reactor.
| Methods and compositions for inhibiting cellular proliferation and surgical adhesion|
The present invention provides compositions and methods to inhibit fibrosis and scarring associated with surgery. The present invention relates to the discovery that a synthetic anionic polymer consisting of dextran-sulfate (anionic carbohydrate) conjugated to tirofiban (an anti-platelet agent which prevents platelet activation and aggregation) can effectively inhibit adhesions that form during surgery.
| Process for removing carbon material from substrates|
A method of removing carbon materials, preferably amorphous carbon, from a substrate includes dispensing a liquid sulfuric acid composition including sulfuric acid and/or its desiccating species and precursors and having a water/sulfuric acid molar ratio of no greater than 5:1 onto an material coated substrate in an amount effective to substantially uniformly coat the carbon material coated substrate. The liquid sulfuric acid composition is exposed to water vapor in an amount effective to increase the temperature of the liquid sulfuric acid composition above the temperature of the liquid sulfuric acid composition prior to exposure to the water vapor.
| Method of enzymatically synthesizing 3' -phosphoadenosine-5'-phosphosulfate|
The invention provides a method for producing 3′-phosphoadenosine 5′-phosphosulfate (paps), the method including subjecting atp to sulfation and phosphorylation by use of adenosine 5′-triphosphate sulfurylase (atps) and adenosine 5′-phosphosulfate kinase (apsk), wherein an adenosine 5′-triphosphate (atp) supply/regeneration system including adenosine 5′-monophosphate (amp), polyphosphate, polyphosphate-driven nucleoside 5′-diphosphate kinase (pndk), and polyphosphate:amp phosphotransferase (pap), or an adenosine 5′-triphosphate (atp) supply/regeneration system including adenosine 5′-monophosphate (amp), polyphosphate, polyphosphate-driven nucleoside 5′-diphosphate kinase (pndk), and adenylate kinase (adk) is employed instead of atp.. .
| Mask blank for reflection-type exposure, and mask for reflection-type exposure|
A reflective exposure mask blank and a reflective exposure mask are provided, and the mask enables accurate exposure and transcription without having light being reflected from areas other than a circuit pattern area. The reflective mask blank has, on a substrate (11), a multilayer reflective film (12), a protective film (13), an absorption film (14), and a reverse-surface conductive film (15).
| Manufacture of mixtures comprising lipo2f2 and lipf6|
Mixtures comprising lipo2f2 and lipf6 both of which are electrolyte salts or additive for, i.a., li ion batteries, are manufactured by the reaction of pof3 and lif. The mixtures can be extracted with suitable solvents to provide solutions containing lipo2f2 and lipf6 which can be applied for the manufacture of li ion batteries, li-air batteries and li-sulfur batteries.
| Lithium anodes for electrochemical cells|
Provided is an anode for use in electrochemical cells, wherein the anode active layer has a first layer comprising lithium metal and a multi-layer structure comprising single ion conducting layers and polymer layers in contact with the first layer comprising lithium metal or in contact with an intermediate protective layer, such as a temporary protective metal layer, on the surface of the lithium-containing first layer. Another aspect of the invention provides an anode active layer formed by the in-situ deposition of lithium vapor and a reactive gas.
| Single component sulfur-based cathodes for lithium and lithium-ion batteries|
The present invention pertains to the selection of cathode materials. The cathode materials of concern are the conducting polymer or backbone and the redox active species or sulfur species.
| Tire, method for manufacturing thereof, and rubber member for repair used in the method for manufacturing the tire|
The present invention provides a tire that can achieve vulcanization at low temperatures and in a short time, and has high peeling resistance, a method for manufacturing thereof, and a rubber member for repair used in the method for manufacturing the tire. The method for manufacturing a tire of the present invention is a method for manufacturing a tire by adhering an adherend tire member and a tire member through a rubber composition for adhesion, the method comprising using an unvulcanized rubber composition containing, per 100 parts by mass of a rubber component, 0.1 parts by mass to 4.0 parts by mass of xanthate based compound, and 0.1 parts by mass to 5.0 parts by mass of sulfur as the rubber composition for adhesion..
| Iron pyrite thin films from molecular inks|
Systems and methods are provided for fabricating pyrite thin films from molecular inks. A process is provided that comprises dissolving simple iron-bearing and sulfur-bearing molecules in an appropriate solvent and then depositing the solution onto an appropriate substrate using one of several methods (roll-to-roll coating, spraying, spin coating, etc.), resulting in a solid film consisting of the molecules.
| Vaccines against influenza virus|
Were m2e is the influenza m2 ectodomain (m2e) peptide; cys is a cysteine amino acid residue present in the m2e peptide; s the sulfur present in the cysteine amino acid residue; ch2-co—nh—ch2-ch2-co the linking group; nh the amine group present in a lysine residue of the carrier; lys is a lysine amino acid residue and pr the carrier protein. Also disclosed are isolated immunogens that include an immunogenic fragment of an influenza ha protein including the polybasic cleavage site, wherein the immunogenic fragment of the influenza ha protein has been modified to remove an n-terminal leader amino acid sequence and a c-terminal transmembrane domain.
| Method for preparing sulfuric acid by using hydrogen sulfide|
Provided is a method for preparing sulfuric acid by using hydrogen sulfide. The method comprises the following steps: (1) performing a reduction-oxidation reaction between an h2s feed gas and oxygen comprised in an oxygen-rich air to prepare so2, controlling residual oxygen after the reduction-oxidation reaction step at a molar percentage of ≧2%; (2) cooling the product acquired in step (1) to a temperature between 390° c.
| Graphene-sulfur nanocomposites for rechargeable lithium-sulfur battery electrodes|
Rechargeable lithium-sulfur batteries having a cathode that includes a graphene-sulfur nanocomposite can exhibit improved characteristics. The graphene-sulfur nanocomposite can be characterized by graphene sheets with particles of sulfur adsorbed to the graphene sheets.
| Organic electroluminescent element|
Provided is an organic electroluminescent device (organic el device) that is improved in luminous efficiency, sufficiently secures driving stability, and has a simple construction. The organic electroluminescent device includes an organic layer including a light-emitting layer between an anode and cathode laminated on a substrate, and at least one layer of the organic layer contains a carbazole compound represented by the following formula (1).
| Air pollution control system, air pollution control method, spray drying device of dewatering filtration fluid from desulfurization discharged water, and method thereof|
To include a boiler 11 that burns fuel f, an air heater 13 that recovers heat of flue gas 18 from the boiler 11, a first precipitator 14 that reduces dust in the flue gas 18 after heat recovery, a desulfurizer 15 that reduces sulfur oxides in the flue gas 18 after dust reduction by an absorbent, a dewaterer 32 that reduces gypsum 31 from desulfurization discharged water 30 discharged from the desulfurizer 15, a spray drying device 34 including an atomizer that atomizes a dewatering filtration fluid 33 discharged from the dewaterer 32, and a flue-gas introducing line l11 that introduces a part of the flue gas 18 into the spray drying device 34.. .
Form ethylene via a method that includes vaporizing elemental sulfur, providing a metal sulfide catalyst, and contacting the metal sulfide catalyst with a mixture of methane and the vaporized elemental sulfur to form ethylene. The mixture has a methane to sulfur molar ratio greater than 1.2:1.0..
|Process for preparing high purity and crystalline dimethyl fumarate|
The present invention describes a process for the preparation of dimethyl fumarate. The process involves the esterification of fumaric acid and methanol in the presence of sulfuric acid as an acid catalyst.
|Process for treating lignin|
A process for recovery of lignin from black liquor that contains either soluble or dispersed lignin by generating a “liquid lignin” at high yield is disclosed. Soluble lignin at a high ph is precipitated by reducing the ph of the black liquor stream by countercurrent reaction with carbon dioxide, at elevated temperature and pressure, creating a heavy lignin-rich phase and a light lignin-depleted phase.
|High sulfur content copolymers and composite materials and electrochemical cells and optical elements using them|
The present invention relates generally to high sulfur content polymeric materials and composites, methods for making them, and devices using them such as electrochemical cells and optical elements. In one aspect, a polymeric composition comprising a copolymer of sulfur, at a level in the range of at least about 50 wt % of the copolymer, and one or more monomers each selected from the group consisting of ethylenically unsaturated monomers, epoxide monomers, and thiirane monomers, at a level in the range of about 0.1 wt % to about 50 wt % of the copolymer..
|Pasted nickel hydroxide electrode and additives for rechargeable alkaline batteries|
A pasted positive nickel hydroxide electrode for use in battery cells (e.g., in nickel zinc cells, and nickel metal hydride cells) includes nickel hydroxide particles, a cobalt metal and/or cobalt compound and a sulfur-containing complexing agent capable of forming a complex with cobalt. The presence of the sulfur-containing complexing agent, such as dialkyldithiocarbamate (e.g., sodium diethyldithiocarbamate) improves lifetime and capacity utilization of the nickel electrode.
|Nickel-based alloy and turbine component having nickel-based alloy|
A nickel-based alloy and a turbine component are disclosed. The alloy includes, by weight, between about 0.8% and about 1.3% hafnium, between about 5.7% and about 6.4% aluminum, between about 7.0% and about 10.0% cobalt, up to about 0.1% carbon, up to about 8.7% chromium, up to about 0.6% molybdenum, up to about 9.7% tungsten, up to about 0.9% titanium, up to about 0.02% boron, up to about 0.1% manganese, up to about 0.06% silicon, up to about 0.01% phosphorus, up to about 0.004% sulfur, up to about 0.02% zirconium, up to about 1.8% niobium, up to about 0.1% vanadium, up to about 0.1% copper, up to about 0.2% iron, up to about 0.003% magnesium, up to about 0.002% oxygen, up to about 0.002% nitrogen, and a balance nickel.
|Positive electrode active material for sodium battery, and method of producing the same|
(wherein m is at least one selected from the group consisting of titanium, vanadium, chromium, manganese, iron, cobalt, nickel, copper and zinc; a is at least one selected from the group consisting of aluminum, silicon, phosphorus, sulfur, titanium, vanadium and tungsten; x satisfies the condition 4≧x≧2; y satisfies the condition 4≧y≧1, z satisfies the condition 4≧z≧0; w satisfies the condition 1≧w≧0; and one or both of z and w is 1 or more).. .
|Targeted desulfurization process and apparatus integrating gas phase oxidative desulfurization and hydrodesulfurization to produce diesel fuel having an ultra-low level of organosulfur compounds|
Desulfurization of hydrocarbon feeds is achieved by flashing the feed at a target cut point temperature to obtain two fractions. A first fraction contains refractory organosulfur compounds, which boils at or above the target cut point temperature.
|Process for the production of a gasoline with a low sulfur content|
The effluent that is obtained from the demercaptization reactor is recycled in the distillation column (3).. .
|Process for recovering alkali metals and sulfur from alkali metal sulfides and polysulfides|
Alkali metals and sulfur may be recovered from alkali monosulfide and polysulfides in an electrolytic process that utilizes an electrolytic cell having an alkali ion conductive membrane. An anolyte solution includes an alkali monosulfide, an alkali polysulfide, or a mixture thereof and a solvent that dissolves elemental sulfur.
|Copper electroplating solution and copper electroplating apparatus|
An electroplating solution includes an aqueous electrolyte solution including water soluble copper salts, sulfide ions and chloride ions, an accelerator including an organic material having sulfur (s), the accelerator accelerating copper (cu) reduction, a suppressor including a polyether compound, the suppressor selectively suppressing the copper reduction, and a leveler including a water soluble polymer having nitrogen that is dissolved into positive ions in the aqueous electrolyte solution.. .
|Oxidative internal breaker system with breaking activators for viscoelastic surfactant fluids|
Compositions and methods are given for delayed breaking of viscoelastic surfactant gels inside formation pores, particularly for use in hydraulic fracturing. Breaking inside formation pores is accomplished without mechanical intervention or use of a second fluid.
|Rubber composition for canvas chafer, and pneumatic tire|
Provided are a rubber composition for a canvas chafer which, despite being low cost, is excellent in rim chafing resistance, resistance to rim damage, and processability (sheeting processability, rubber flow in the tire, adhesion to adjacent components) and performs well with respect to low heat build-up, and a pneumatic tire including the composition. The invention relates to a rubber composition for a canvas chafer, including: an isoprene-based rubber; a carbon black having an n2sa of 65-200 m2/g; and sulfur, wherein an amount of the isoprene-based rubber is 25-80% by mass and an amount of butadiene rubber is not more than 40% by mass, each based on 100% by mass of a rubber component of the rubber composition, and an amount of the carbon black is 40-80 parts by mass and an amount of the sulfur is 1.0-2.7 parts by mass, each per 100 parts by mass of the rubber component..
|System and method for controlling one or more process parameters associated with a combustion process|
The present invention relates generally to the generation of steam via the use of a combustion process to produce heat and, in one embodiment, to a device, system and/or method that enables one to control one or more process parameters of a combustion process so as to yield at least one desirable change in at least one downstream parameter. In one embodiment, the present invention is directed to a system and/or method for controlling at least one process parameter of a combustion process so as to yield at least one desirable change in at least one downstream process parameter associated with one or more of a wet flue gas desulfurization (wfgd) unit, a particulate collection device and/or control of additives thereto and/or a nitrogen oxide control device and/or control of additives thereto and/or additives to the system..
|Magenta dyes and their preparation methods and applications|
The present invention relates to a class of magenta dyes, their preparation methods and applications. The magenta dyes include the compounds which simultaneously contain carboxyl group, sulfonic acid group and the carbonyl propyl sulfurylsulfonic acid on the anthrapyridone skeleton, showing in the form of general formula (i) or their mixtures.
|High sulfur fuel pellet with reduced so2 emission|
The present description relates to a method and system for generating a fuel pellet from high sulfur fuel waste materials having a reduced so2 emission. In one example, the fuel pellet may include petroleum coke, a biomass constituent, and an alkali substituent.
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