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|Thin film for organic el device and manufacturing method thereof|
The present invention relates to a method for manufacturing a thin film of a rare earth complex polymer with low solubility in an organic solvent and to an organic el device including a thin film of a rare earth complex polymer obtained using this method, the thin film used as a light-emitting layer. A method for manufacturing a rare earth complex polymer thin film includes a step (1) in which a micelle-containing solvent (a) that includes a rare-earth complex and a ferrocenyl surfactant and a micelle-containing solvent (b) that includes a polydentate ligand and a ferrocenyl surfactant are mixed to form a mixed micelle-containing solvent, and a step (2) in which electrolysis is performed using the mixed micelle-containing solvent as an electrolyte, and formed on a positive electrode surface is a thin film of a rare earth complex polymer that includes the rare earth complex and polydentate ligand..
Stanley Electric Co., Ltd.
|Particle detection system|
A system to detect ionizing particles that includes an enclosure which holds a fluid in a tensioned metastable state. The interaction of a particle with the liquid creates a vapor pocket that can be seen and recorded, and also results in a shock wave that can be heard and recorded.
Sagamore Adams Laboratories
|Solution for dissociating vitamin d from vitamin d-biding protein, associated detection method and use|
At least one fluoroalkyl surfactant and of at least one alcohol having 1 to 4 carbon atoms are used for dissociating vitamin d and/or a vitamin d metabolite from vitamin d binding protein. A solution comprising the at least one fluoroalkyl surfactant and at least one alcohol is provided.
|Chimeric non-ribosomal peptide synthetase|
The present disclosure provides novel compositions and methods for the production and use of polynucleotide sequences encoding a chimeric non-ribosomal peptide synthetase (nrps) fusion protein for the biosynthesis of n-acylglycine biosurfactants within a heterologous expression system.. .
Dow Agrosciences Llc
|Aqueous liquid composition|
An aqueous liquid composition, which may be used as a light duty hand dishwashing composition, comprising (i) at least one surfactant, (ii) at least one polyethylene oxide-polypropylene oxide block copolymer which is present in an amount of at least 0.4 weight % based on the weight of the composition, (iii) ethanol which is present in an amount of from 0.5 to 5 weight % based on the weight of the composition, and (iv) water. The mixture of in the polyethylene oxide-polypropylene oxide block copolymer and ethanol can inhibit or prevent gelling of the composition at a temperature below 0 c..
|Automatic dishwashing detergent|
Described are automatic dishwashing detergents, comprising a builder, a surfactant, and a polymer comprising units derived from at least one carboxylic acid monomer or its salt, at least one allyl glycidyl ether (age) and iminodiacetic acid (ida), said polymer having formula i: (formula i) wherein m; n; r, r1, r2, and x are as defined herein. In some embodiments, an age and iminodiacetic acid (ida) are first reacted to produce an ethylenically unsaturated aminocarboxylic acid monomer, which is then polymerized with at least one carboxylic acid monomer to produce the polymer having formula i.
Union Carbide Chemicals & Plastics Technology Llc
|Viscosity reduction of heavy oils by cashew nut shell liquid formulations|
The present disclosure provides compositions and methods of use of cashew nut shell liquid (cnsl) and its derivatives as one of the components for decreasing the viscosity of heavy oils, extra heavy oils, high asphaltene natural bitumen, and tar sands (i.e., heavy oils). The decrease in viscosity of heavy oils increases the ability of the heavy oil mixture to be piped, transported, stored and used.
Ethical Solutions, Llc
|Volatile surfactant treatment for subterranean formations|
A method of treating a treatment zone of a well, the method comprising: (a) forming a treatment fluid comprising: (i) a continuous gas phase comprising a gas; and (ii) a surfactant, wherein the surfactant has the following characteristics: (a) a normal boiling point less than 500° f. (260° c.) without significant thermal decomposition; and (b) providing a dynamic surface tension of less than about 40 dynes/cm for a 0.1 wt % solution, or having an hlb (griffin) in the range of about 2 to about 20, or both; wherein the surfactant is dispersed in the gas; and (b) introducing the treatment fluid into the treatment zone..
Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.
|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..
Archer Daniels Midland Company
|Preparation method and use of n-acyl acidic amino acid or salt thereof|
The invention provides a preparation method of n-acyl acidic amino acid or a salt thereof, comprising subjecting a fatty acyl chloride and an amino acid to an amidation reaction under an alkaline condition. The preparation method is characterized in that in the amidation reaction, water is used as a solvent, an acidic amino acid or a salt thereof is used as a main raw material and a small amount of a neutral amino acid or a salt thereof is used as an auxiliary raw material, and the method comprises the following steps: under a stirring condition, firstly adding the fatty acyl chloride dropwise into an aqueous solution of the acidic amino acid or the salt thereof; adding an alkali to adjust the ph value of the reaction solution; after a certain amount of fatty acyl chloride having been added dropwise, adding an aqueous solution of the neutral amino acid or the salt thereof, and continuing to add the fatty acyl chloride dropwise until the addition is finished and stirring to maintain the reaction.
Sino Lion Usa Llc
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..
Archer Daniels Midland Company
Inhalation therapy device for use in premature babies and infants
For use in premature babies and infants, in particular for administering surfactant to the lungs, the inhalation therapy device described herein comprises an aerosol generating device 1, a respiratory air flow generating means 3 and a nebulising chamber 5 into which the generated liquid droplets 2 and the respiratory air flow 4 are supplied. The nebulising chamber 5 comprises a tapering area 52 which ends in a tubular intubation means 6.
Pari Pharma Gmbh
Wound treatment employing antimicrobial composition
An aqueous composition with a higher-than-neutral ph includes a significant amount of one or more surfactants and large amounts of osmotically active solutes. This composition, as well as an acidic counterpart and solid materials, can be used in a variety of applications such as wound care, oral care, medical equipment reprocessing, healthcare acquired infection and implant treatment..
Next Science, Llc
Anhydrous dyeing composition and process for dyeing hair
The present invention relates to an anhydrous liquid dyeing composition comprising one or more oil liquid at 20° c., one or more oxidative dye precursor, at least one anionic and at least one nonionic surfactant for achieving intensive homogeneous colors on hair.. .
Kao Germany Gmbh
An objective of the present invention is to provide a surfactant composition which hardly causes the formation of an insoluble salt and which contains a safe and extremely stable micelle or vesicle. Also, an objective of the present invention is to provide a hair cosmetic material which contains the surfactant composition.
National Institute Of Advanced Industrial Science And Technology
Method for preparing nanoemulsion
Provided is a method for preparing a nanoemulsion, including mixing an oil phase part (a) containing a ceramide or derivative thereof, cholesterol, non-ionic surfactant, phospholipid and a polyol, a perfume part (b) containing a perfume ingredient, non-ionic surfactant and an alcohol, and an aqueous phase part (c) containing the other water-soluble active ingredients. When a nanoemulsion is obtained by the method, it is possible to reduce processing time and cost since a non-ionic surfactant is used without a high-pressure emulsification process, and the obtained nanoemulsion is more stable against a change in temperature than the other solubilized formulations..
Paste for diffusion layer formation and production method thereof and production gas diffusion layer
The paste for diffusion layer formation used for formation of a gdl for a fuel cell contains a solvent, and conductive particles, a first surfactant having a first decomposition temperature and a second surfactant having a second decomposition temperature that is lower than the first decomposition temperature, all of which are dispersed in the solvent. The paste for diffusion layer formation contains a lower amount of the first surfactant than the second surfactant on a weight basis..
Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha
Methods and compositions for direct chemical lysis
A direct chemical lysis composition includes an assay compatible buffer composition and an assay compatible surfactant. When combined with a specimen storage composition, such compositions prevent undesired modifications to nucleic acid and proteins lysed from cells in the biological sample.
Becton, Dickinson And Company
Surfactant improved ethanol fermentation method
A surfactant-improved ethanol fermentation method comprises adding a nonionic surfactant as a protection agent of yeast cell into a fermentation culture medium, therefore greatly improving survival rate of yeast cells in very high gravity ethanol fermentation liquid and endpoint ethanol concentration. The present invention not only improves the cyclic utilization efficiency of the yeast cells, but also achieves the synchronous recycling of the surfactant and a ph adjusting agent.
Dalian Institute Ofchemical Physics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences
Aqueous coating composition
An aqueous composition having three components. The first component is an aromatic-acrylic polymer.
Rohm And Haas Company
Silica micro- and nano-capsules and methods for making them
The present invention relates to emulsion-templated silica micro and nano-capsules- and methods for making them. In particular, the template emulsion is stabilized by a biosurfactant that also assists in nucleating the silica shell mineralizing biosurfactants and stabilized micro- and nano-emulsions useful in forming the emulsion-templated micro- and nano-capsules, and methods for the use of the silica micro- and nano-capsules are also described..
The University Of Queensland
Method and system for enhancing mass transfer in aeration/oxygenation systems
A means for obtaining high mass transfer efficiencies in surfactant laden wastewater treatment or process systems is disclosed. The present system employs ultrafine bubbles delivered into a high shear region such as in the draft tube or other containment volume of a mechanically agitated contacting system within which an impeller is placed, or in the venturi or divergent-convergent of a pumped loop within which gas-liquid contacting is carried out..
Silicone-based enteric ct contrast material
The present invention provides a silicon-based polymer contrast media for use in ct imaging. In an exemplary embodiment, the invention provides an enteric contrast medium formulation.
The Regents Of The University Of California
Solid formulations of liquid biologically active agents
The instant invention relates to a solid product comprising a liquid biologically active agent which is intimately associated to a stabilizing agent; particularly a solid product that can be reconstituted to a clear, stable, stabilized nanodispersion or loaded micelles comprising a polymer as a stabilizing agent and a liquid, preferably water immiscible, biologically active agent. The instant invention is further directed toward a process for the production of the above solid product; particularly to micelles or nanodispersions produced by hydration of a cake or powder of the solid product, produced via an effective treatment of a stabilized solution comprising for example a polymer as a stabilizing agent, such as an amphiphilic block copolymer or a small molecular weight surfactant, loaded with a liquid biologically active agent, such as propofol, an optional additive, and a suitable solvent..
Paladin Labs (barbados) Inc.
Ointment containing a hydrolyzed fibroin and manufacturing same
Embodiments of the present invention provide a topical agent that is a preparation containing hydrolyzed silk. The topical agent is applied to a wound site for use in wound healing, an thus, an object thereof being to have an effect of promoting wound healing and to satisfy practical application conditions with regard to an irritative property, stability, handling ease, and the like.
Antiseptic compositons and methods of use
Antimicrobial compositions, especially those useful when applied topically to tissue, such as mucosal tissues (i.e., mucous membranes), that include an antimicrobial selected from the group consisting of peroxides, c6-c14 alkyl carboxylic acids, c6-c14 alkyl carboxylate ester carboxylic acids, c8-c22 mono- or polyunsaturated carboxylic acids, and antimicrobial natural oils. The compositions can also include an enhancer component, a surfactant, a hydrophobic component, and/or a hydrophilic component.
3m Innovative Properties Company
Compositions and methods for the treatment of presbyopia
The invention provides compositions and methods for the treatment of presbyopia. The compositions preferably comprise aceclidine and a cycloplegic agent.
Presbyopia Therapies, Llc
Compositions and methods for the treatment of presbyopia
The invention provides compositions and methods for the treatment of presbyopia. The compositions preferably comprise aceclidine and a polyol.
Presbyopia Therapies, Llc
Cosmetic composition comprising amino silicones, cationic surfactants and specific esters and a process for a cosmetic treatment
The present invention relates to a cosmetic composition comprising one or more amino silicones, one or more cationic surfactants and one or more esters of formula r′—o—co—r—co—o—r″. The invention also concerns a cosmetic treatment process for keratin substances, in particular for conditioning hair, implementing said cosmetic composition..
Aqueous suspension of nanocapsules encapsulating sun filters
An aqueous suspension of nanocapsules encapsulating at least one uv filter which is likely to be obtained by a preparation process in which are mixed: (a) a first phase, called oily phase, which includes: at least one hydrophobic polymer, at least one oil, at least one uv filter, and at least a first surfactant; (b) a second phase, called aqueous phase, which includes water and/or at least one polar solvent, and optionally at least one second surfactant. The object is also a sunscreen composition including this suspension..
Universite Claude Bernard
Herbicide formulations containing an etheramine and alkylamine alkoxylate surfactant system
The present invention generally relates to herbicidal compositions comprising a herbicide, an etheramine alkoxylate surfactant, an alkylamine alkoxylate surfactant having a high degree of alkoxylation and compatibilizer comprising, in some embodiments, an alkylamine alkoxylate surfactant having a low degree of alkoxylation or an alkylpolyglucoside surfactant. The herbicidal compositions are herbicidally efficacious and cause low eye irritation and low crop injury..
Monsanto Technology Llc
Use of pbo-peo-pbo block copolymers in ophthalmic compositions
The use of poly(oxybutylene)-poly(oxyethylene)-poly(oxybutylene) block copolymers in pharmaceutical compositions useful for modifying the surfaces of contact lenses and other medical devices is disclosed. The present invention is based in-part on a discovery that this class of compounds is particularly efficient in wetting hydrophobic surfaces, such as the surfaces of silicone hydrogel contact lenses and other types of ophthalmic lenses, but do not induce foaming when used in conjunction with a peroxide-based contact lens disinfection regimen.
Alcon Research, Ltd.
Stable emulsion formulation hindering interaction across the water-oil interface
Interactions between components in the internal oil phase and components in the continuous aqueous phase of an oil-in-water emulsion are hindered by the addition of a mixture of polymeric surfactants, which reduces chemical and/or physical instabilities, and improves compatibilities of components in formulations.. .
Dow Agrosciences Llc
Pre-fill wafer cleaning formulation
A pre-fill solution for application onto a substrate surface prior to a fill operation is provided, the fill operation defined by application of an electroless deposition solution onto the substrate surface to deposit a metallic material in an etched feature, the substrate surface having metallic contaminants generated from an etch operation that generated the etched feature in the substrate surface, the pre-fill solution effective for preventing the electroless deposition solution from depositing on the metallic contaminants, the pre-fill solution comprising: a surfactant, the surfactant configured to enhance wetting of the substrate surface, the concentration of the surfactant in the solution being approximately in the range of 10 ppm to 2000 ppm, wherein the surfactant is an amphoteric surfactant; oxalic acid dihydrate; and hypophosphorous acid as a ph adjusting agent configured to reduce the ph of the solution to approximately less than 2 during the application onto the substrate surface.. .
Methods of producing hydrocarbons from a wellbore utilizing optimized high-pressure water injection
A method of recovering hydrocarbons from a subterranean formation includes placing a wellbore in the formation, wherein the wellbore is approximately horizontal in the formation; forming one or more fractures in the formation in fluid communication with the wellbore; recovering hydrocarbons from the formation through the wellbore; injecting a volume of fluid comprising greater than 98 mass % water and greater than 0.005 mass % active surfactant into the formation through the wellbore, wherein at least 10 mass % of said volume is injected at a bottom hole pressure at the heel of the wellbore that is less than the minimum horizontal stress in at least a portion of the overburden and at least 5 mass % of said volume is injected at a bottom hole pressure at the heel of the wellbore that is greater than the median minimum horizontal stress in the subterranean formation; and subsequently recovering in situ hydrocarbons from the subterranean formation.. .
Methods of producing hydrocarbons from a wellbore utilizing optimized water injection
A method of recovering hydrocarbons from a subterranean formation includes placing a wellbore in the formation, wherein the wellbore is approximately horizontal and the median pore throat diameter of the subterranean formation is less than 500 nanometers; forming one or more fractures in the formation in fluid communication with the wellbore; recovering in situ hydrocarbons from the formation through the wellbore; injecting a volume of fluid, comprising greater than 98 mass % water and greater than 0.005 mass % active surfactant and excluding ultra-high molar weight polymers, into the formation through the wellbore; and subsequently recovering in situ hydrocarbons from the subterranean formation.. .
Electrolytic copper plating solution
An electrolytic copper plating solution is disclosed which can form a rectangular circuit pattern. A method for conducting electrolytic plating on a board by using the electrolytic copper plating solution and an electrolytic circuit which is formed by using the electrolytic copper plating solution is also described.
Modified amadoriase and producing the same, agent for improving surfactant resistance of amadoriase and composition for measuring hba1c using the same
Provided is a composition by which glycated hemoglobin can be measured even in the presence of a stronger surfactant than a conventional case. Also provided is a buffer and/or stabilizer which maintains the residual activity of an amadoriase or lowers a reduction of residual activity.
Tailored oils produced from recombinant oleaginous microorganisms
Methods and compositions for the production of oil, fuels, oleochemicals, and other compounds in recombinant microorganisms are provided, including oil-bearing microorganisms and methods of low cost cultivation of such microorganisms. Microalgal cells containing exogenous genes encoding, for example, a lipase, a sucrose transporter, a sucrose invertase, a fructokinase, a polysaccharide-degrading enzyme, a keto acyl-acp synthase enzyme, a fatty acyl-acp thioesterase, a fatty acyl-coa/aldehyde reductase, a fatty acyl-coa reductase, a fatty aldehyde reductase, a fatty acid hydroxylase, a desaturase enzyme, a fatty aldehyde decarbonylase, and/or an acyl carrier protein are useful in manufacturing transportation fuels such as renewable diesel, biodiesel, and renewable jet fuel, as well as oleochemicals such as functional fluids, surfactants, soaps and lubricants..
Tailored oils produced from recombinant heterotrophic microorganisms
Methods and compositions for the production of oil, fuels, oleochemicals, and other compounds in recombinant microorganisms are provided, including oil-bearing microorganisms and methods of low cost cultivation of such microorganisms. Microalgal cells containing exogenous genes encoding, for example, a lipase, a sucrose transporter, a sucrose invertase, a fructokinase, a polysaccharide-degrading enzyme, a keto acyl-acp synthase enzyme, a fatty acyl-acp thioesterase, a fatty acyl-coa/aldehyde reductase, a fatty acyl-coa reductase, a fatty aldehyde reductase, a fatty aldehyde decarbonylase, and/or an acyl carrier protein are useful in manufacturing transportation fuels such as renewable diesel, biodiesel, and renewable jet fuel, as well as oleochemicals such as functional fluids, surfactants, soaps and lubricants..
Stripping compositions for removing photoresists from semiconductor substrates
This disclosure relates to photoresist stripping compositions containing 1) at least one water soluble polar aprotic organic solvent; 2) at least one alcohol solvent; 3) at least one quaternary ammonium hydroxide; 4) water; 5) at least one copper corrosion inhibitor selected from 6-substituted-2,4-diamino-1,3,5-triazines; and 6) optionally, at least one defoaming surfactant.. .
Processes and compositions for cleaning mixing devices to improve polymer production
A cleaning mixture comprising polymeric resin pellets having a rockwell r hardness of 85 to 140, water, and a surfactant salt comprising at least one of sulfonate salts, c6 to c36 carboxylic acid salts, or mixtures thereof, is used to purge the mixing device. The cleaning mixture has a ph of 6.0 to 9.0..
Cleaning composition for removing oxide and cleaning using the cleaning composition
The present disclosure relates to a cleaning composition for removing an oxide including an acid selected from an organic acid, an inorganic acid, and a combination thereof; a salt selected from an organic salt, an inorganic salt, and a combination thereof; a surfactant; and water, and a method of cleaning using the cleaning composition.. .
Detergent containing amine oxide
The present application relates to a detergent with an improved cleaning performance, in particular on greasy stains, said detergent comprising a surfactant mixture containing amine oxide, alkylbenzene sulfonate, alkyl ether sulfate, and fatty alcohol ethoxylate. The invention also relates to the use of said detergent and to a method for improving the cleaning performance of a detergent..
Preparation of surfactants via cross-metathesis
The present invention relates to compositions comprising alkene benzenes or alkene benzene sulfonates or alkylbenzenes or alkylbenzene sulfonates; methods for making alkene benzenes or alkene benzene sulfonates or alkylbenzenes or alkylbenzene sulfonates; where the benzene ring is optionally substituted with one or more groups designated r*, where r* is defined herein. More particularly, the present invention relates to compositions comprising 2-phenyl linear alkene benzenes or 2-phenyl linear alkene benzene sulfonates or 2-phenyl linear alkylbenzenes or 2-phenyl linear alkylbenzene sulfonates; methods for making 2-phenyl alkene benzenes or 2-phenyl alkene benzene sulfonates or 2-phenyl alkylbenzenes or 2-phenyl alkylbenzene sulfonates; where the benzene ring is optionally substituted with one or more groups designated r*, where r* is defined herein.
Lubricating oil compositions with engine wear protection
A method for improving wear control, while maintaining or improving fuel efficiency, in an engine or other mechanical component lubricated with a lubricating oil by using as the lubricating oil a formulated oil. The formulated oil has a composition including a lubricating oil base stock as a major component, and a mixture of (i) at least one carboxylic acid or metal salt of a carboxylic acid (e.g., metal stearate or stearic acid), and (ii) at least one surfactant (e.g., nonionic surfactant), as a minor components.
Enhanced oil recovery using carboxylate group containing surfactants
The invention relates to a method of treating a hydrocarbon containing formation, comprising the following steps: a) providing a composition comprising a surfactant to at least a portion of the hydrocarbon containing formation, wherein the surfactant is a compound of the formula (i) r—o—[r′—o]x—x wherein r is a hydrocarbyl group, r′—o is an alkylene oxide group, x is the number of alkylene oxide groups r′—o, and x is a group comprising a carboxylate moiety; b) allowing the surfactant from the composition to interact with the hydrocarbons in the hydrocarbon containing formation; c) recovering from the hydrocarbon containing formation an emulsion comprising hydrocarbons, water and the surfactant; and d) adding an acid to the emulsion thus recovered.. .
Easily dispersible formulations of pigments and their use in tinting base media
Formulations of easily dispersible (ed) pigments comprising a combination of a carboxylic acid polymer and a non-ionic alkoxylated surfactant are disclosed. The combination is used in the formulation of a plurality of pigments.
Inkjet ink set
Examples provide inkjet ink sets and related methods. An ink set may include a pre-treatment fixing fluid, an ink, and a post-treatment fluid including a binder and a surfactant having a hydrophilic-lipophilic balance (hlb) value of greater than about 12..
Golf ball material and manufacture
A golf ball material includes specific amounts of two base resins: (a) an olefin-unsaturated carboxylic acid-unsaturated carboxylic acid ester ternary copolymer, or a metal neutralization product thereof, having a specific weight-average molecular weight, acid content and ester content, and (b) an olefin-acrylic acid random binary copolymer, or a metal neutralization product thereof, having a specific weight-average molecular weight and acid content, and additionally includes (c) a basic inorganic metal compound, and (d) an anionic surfactant. Resins a and b have specific melt flow rates (mfr) and a specific mfr difference therebetween.
Polyurethane foams which are highly flame resistant are described, as well as the production of such polyurethane foams by the reaction between a natural polyol, such as sucrose or a blend of mono- or disaccharides in place of the standard hydrocarbon-based polyol component, a polyisocyanate and water in the presence of a suitable polyurethane forming catalyst and a non-halogenated flame retardant, and optionally one or more components such as surfactants and/or emulsifiers. The resultant polyurethane foam has a bio-based solid content ranging from about 17% to 30%, may be formulated in a variety of foam densities for a variety of applications, and exhibits a high degree of fire and burn resistance, as exhibited by the flame spread index, flash over resistance determination, and the smoke spread values..
Method for treating oil-containing aqueous mixtures with cation exchange resin
A method for treating an oil-containing aqueous mixture comprising the step of passing the mixture (1) through a media (6) comprising a low bead-form cation exchange resin combined with a cationic surfactant, wherein the resin includes a sulfonated crosslinked copolymer matrix having a rough surface characterized by having a frequency of at least 5 peaks and valleys per sample surface area (283 μm×212 μm), where the difference between the average height of the 5 highest peaks and the 5 lowest valleys is at least 6 μm.. .
Apparatus of manufacturing mesoporous silica and manufacturing mesoporous silica using the same
An apparatus and a method of manufacturing mesoporous silica are provided. The apparatus includes a mount, a reactor rotatably coupled to the mount, in which mixed solution of surfactant, water and acid is to be poured, an impeller installed to the reactor and rotating to stir the mixed solution, and a heating unit installed to cover an outer surface of the reactor thereby heating the reactor..
Pharmaceutical compositions and dosage forms for administration of hydrophobic drugs
Pharmaceutical compositions and dosage forms for administration of hydrophobic drugs are provided. The pharmaceutical compositions include a therapeutically effective amount of a hydrophobic drug, preferably a steroid; a solubilizer, and a surfactant.
An irrigant comprising either a hypochlorite compound or a chlorhexidine compound in combination with at least one surfactant and preferably two or more surfactants, including fluorosurfactants, ethoxylates, sulfonates, quaternary ammonium compounds, amine oxides, and combinations thereof, wherein each of the surfactants are capable of complexing with one another.. .
Oral gastrointestinal dosage form delivery system of cannabinoids and/or standardized marijuana extracts
An oral gastrointestinal dosage form of cannabinoids and/or standardized marijuana extracts in a self-emulsifying system operable to avoid hepatic first pass metabolism via targeted chylomicron/lipoprotein delivery for promoting lymphatic transport. The oral gastrointestinal dosage form includes: (a) a pharmacologically active form of cannabinoids and/or standardized marijuana extracts; and (b) an oily medium consisting of: (i) one or more triglycerides formed from long chain fatty having from c13 to c24 carbon atoms; (ii) one or more mixed glycerides formed from long chain fatty having from c13 to c24 carbon atoms; and (iii) one or more free fatty acids formed from un-esterified long chain fatty acids having from c13 to c24 carbon atoms; and (c) about 10-60 wt % of a surfactant which promotes self-emulsification..
Unilamellar niosomes having high kow pharmacological compounds solvated therein and a the preparation thereof
The present invention provides a niosomal composition having including: one or more high kow pharmacologically active compounds; one or more water immiscible oils; one or more low hlb surfactants; one or more polyethoxylated high hlb surfactants; water, and wherein the niosomal composition includes an external phase and a dispersed phase, the particles of the dispersed phase including an oil swollen lipid bilayer. Methods of preparing niosomal compositions by hydration of lamellar phase microemulsions and methods of using these compositions to treat various disorders in a patient in need thereof are also provided..
Method for the prevention and treatment of acne
A system for treating and preventing multiple forms of acne includes applying a solution to the skin to assist maintaining the skin's natural acidic mantle of 4.0 to 6.5, preserve moisture transport properties, and maintain specialized lipid content, allowing the skin to function normally, and assisting the skin to heal wounds caused by acne and associated bacterial infections. The method steps include one or more of the following: applying the formulation with surfactants incorporated therein to the skin as a cleanser, rinsing with water; applying the solution, with or without surfactants, and allowing the solution to air dry; repeating the applications and allowing them to air dry throughout the day; and repeating the cleansing and rinsing steps and applying the solution and allowing to air dry before retiring.
Analgesic cleansing composition
Composition and methods are provided for analgesic cleansing compositions, which may be either wash-off or leave-on cleansing compositions. Such compositions comprise a number of surfactants and a number of analgesic compounds, and may optionally comprise antibacterial agents and/or a cosmetically suitable carrier.
Compositions and methods for hair
Disclosed are oil-in-water (o/w) emulsions comprising (a) an aqueous dispersion of particles of at least one latex chosen from an acrylate latex, a polyurethane latex, or a silicone latex, (b) an oil phase, and (c) at least one surfactant, wherein the amount of the (a) aqueous dispersion of particles of at least one latex chosen from an acrylate latex, a polyurethane latex, or a silicone latex, in combination with the (c) at least one surfactant is sufficient to stabilize the oil-in-water emulsion. The disclosure also relates to hair styling and/or shaping compositions comprising the o/w emulsions, methods of making the emulsions, and methods of styling and/or shaping the hair..
Described herein are fungicidal compositions in the form of an emulsifiable concentrates that include a first fungicidal compound, optionally, at least one additional fungicidal compound, two or more surfactants and a water immiscible organic solvent comprised of a mixture of organic compounds including at least one acetate ester and at least one n,n-dialkylcarboxamide. The compositions are homogeneous, stable upon storage, and upon dilution in water form stable emulsions that can be sprayed onto plants to control important fungal diseases..
Described herein are fungicidal compositions in the form of an emulsifiable concentrates that include a first fungicidal compound, optionally, at least one additional fungicidal compound, two or more surfactants and a water immiscible organic solvent comprised of a mixture of organic compounds including at least one acetate ester, at least one n,n-dialkylcarboxamide and at least one of a ketone and an alcohol, and methods of use of such compositions to control important fungal diseases of plants.. .
Described herein are fungicidal compositions in the form of emulsifiable concentrates that comprise a first fungicidal compound, optionally, at least one additional fungicidal compound, two or more surfactants and a water immiscible organic solvent comprised of a mixture of organic compounds including an acetate ester, an n,n-dialkylcarboxamide and at least one of a ketone and an alcohol. The compositions are homogeneous, stable upon storage, and upon dilution in water form stable emulsions that can be sprayed onto plants to control important fungal diseases..
Lactofen and dicamba diglycol amine liquid formulations
The present invention relates to liquid agricultural formulations comprising from about 15 to about 40% w/w dicamba diglycol amine, from about 1 to about 15% w/w lactofen, from about 5 to about 40% w/w of a solvent selected from the group consisting of: (1) a solvent comprising dimethyl glutarate, dimethyl succinate, and dimethyl adipate; and (2) a solvent comprising a mixture of aromatic hydrocarbons obtained from distillation of aromatic streams derived from crude oil, from about 0.5 to about 5% w/w of a thickener with the chemical formula (mg,al)5si8o20×4h2o, and from about 2 to about 15% w/w of a polyarylphenyl ether sulphate, ammonium salt surfactant, and methods of use thereof.. .
Process for manufacturing toner for developing electrostatic image
According to the present invention, there are provided a process for producing a toner for development of electrostatic images which is capable of suppressing desorption and exposure of a releasing agent therein, and excellent in fusing property, suppression of toner cloud and durability; a process for producing a dispersion, and a kit for producing the dispersion. The present invention relates to a process for producing a toner for development of electrostatic images which includes the following steps (1) to (3): step (1) of mixing and emulsifying a releasing agent and a dispersion of resin particles (a) containing a polyester in an amount of not less than 90% by mass on the basis of a resin component in the resin particles (a) to obtain a dispersion of releasing agent particles; step (2) of mixing and aggregating the dispersion of the releasing agent particles obtained in the step (1) and a dispersion of resin particles (b) containing a polyester in an amount of not less than 90% by mass on the basis of a resin component in the resin particles (b) to obtain aggregated particles; and step (3) of coalescing the aggregated particles obtained in the step (2) to obtain coalesced particles, in which an acid component constituting the polyester in the resin particles (a) contains an aliphatic carboxylic acid; the resin particles (a) have a volume median particle size of not less than 0.02 μm and not more than 0.50 μm; and a content of a surfactant in the dispersion of the releasing agent particles is not more than 0.5 part by mass on the basis of 100 parts by mass of the releasing agent; a process for producing the dispersion of the releasing agent particles which includes the above step (1); and a kit for producing the dispersion of the releasing agent particles..
Method for controlling deposits on papermaking surfaces
A method of controlling deposits on papermaking surfaces or fabrics on paper machines includes applying a deposition control solution to the papermaking surfaces or fabrics to inhibit deposition of organic contaminants therein. The deposition control solution comprises at least one cationic polymer, at least one at least one phthalate/glycol or polyethylene terephthalate/polyoxyethylene terephthalate (pet:poet) or polyalkylene terephthalate/polyoxyethylene terephthalate (pat:poet) based copolymer, and at least one non-ionic surfactant in combination to provide improved deposition control..
Liquid detergent composition
A hand dishwashing detergent composition comprising anionic surfactant and from about 2% to about 15% by weight of the composition of amine oxide surfactant comprising a) from about 10% to about 45% by weight of the amine oxide of low-cut amine oxide of formula r1r2r3ao wherein r1 and r2 are selected from hydrogen, c1-c4 alkyls and mixtures thereof and wherein r3 is selected from c10 alkyls and mixtures thereof; and b) from 55% to 90% by weight of the amine oxide of mid-cut amine oxide of formula r4r5r6ao wherein r4 and r5 are selected from hydrogen, c1-c4 alkyls and mixtures thereof and wherein r6 is selected from c12-c16 alkyls and mixtures thereof.. .
Biodiesel glycerol emulsion fuel mixtures
The invention provides fuel mixtures containing biodiesel oil, glycerol, glycerol soluble compounds, surfactants and additives. The fuel mixtures are uniform, remain suspended in solution, and are resistant to phase separation.
Process of preparing fuel in water emulsions from oil refining residues
The fuel-in-water emulsion is produced from oil refining residues, such as residues of atmospheric and vacuum distillation, heavy fuel oils and similar, and it is formed from 70 to 90% by weight of refining residues, 10 to 30% by weight of water and from 0.1 to 1% by weight of non-ionic surfactant. This fuel is efficient to its burned, because the fuel oil droplets have the best size to be completely burned into the flame, which has a favorable effect to reduce the unburned particle emissions.
Method of treating a hydrocarbon containing formation
The invention relates to a method of treating a hydrocarbon containing formation, comprising: a) providing an aqueous composition which comprises i) a surfactant of the formula r—o—[r′—o]x—x wherein r is a hydrocarbyl group, r′—o is an alkylene oxide group, x is the number of alkylene oxide groups r′—o, x is 0 or greater than 0, and x is a sulfate moiety; ii) an acid which has a pka between 6 and 12; and iii) the conjugate base of the acid mentioned under ii), to at least a portion of the hydrocarbon containing formation, by combining the aqueous composition with a hydrocarbon removal fluid to produce an injectable fluid, wherein the hydrocarbon removal fluid comprises 1) water and 2) divalent cations in a concentration of 100 or more parts per million by weight (ppmw), and injecting the injectable fluid into the hydrocarbon containing formation; and b) allowing the surfactant from the injectable fluid to interact with the hydrocarbons in the hydrocarbon containing formation.. .
Use of alkoxylated alcohol anionic surfactant in enhanced oil recovery
The invention relates to a method of treating a hydrocarbon containing formation, comprising the following steps: a) providing a composition, which comprises a surfactant which is a compound of the formula (i) r—o—[r′—o]x—x, wherein r is a hydrocarbyl group having a weight average carbon number of from 13 to 30, r′—o is an alkylene oxide group, x is the number of alkylene oxide groups r′—o, and x is selected from the group consisting of: (i) a group comprising a sulfate moiety; (ii) a group comprising a carboxylate moiety; and (iii) a group comprising a sulfonate moiety, to at least a portion of the hydrocarbon containing formation, wherein the hydrocarbon containing formation comprises a crude oil which has a weight ratio of saturates to aromatics of from 0.6 to 5.0; and b) allowing the surfactant from the composition to interact with the hydrocarbons in the hydrocarbon containing formation.. .
Multifunctional foaming composition with wettability modifying, corrosion inhibitory and mineral scale inhibitory/dispersants properties for high temperature and ultra high salinity
The present invention is related to the obtaining and using of multifunctional foaming compositions with wettability modifying, corrosion inhibitory and inhibitory/dispersants mineral scale properties with high stability in environments of high temperature, high pressure and tolerance to high concentrations of divalent ions such as calcium, magnesium, strontium and barium. The multifunctional foaming compositions are obtained from the combination of supramolecular complexes resulting from interactions of alkyl amido propyl hydroxysultaines and/or alkyl amido propyl betaines and/or alkyl hydroxysultaines and/or alkyl betaines and anionic surfactant of type alkyl hydroxyl sodium sulfonate and alkenyl sulphonates of sodium, with cationic surfactants as tetra-alkyl ammonium halides and copolymers derivatives of itaconic acid/sodium vinyl sulfonate and/or terpolymers derived from itaconic acid/sodium vinyl sulphonate/aconitic acid.
Composition of wellbore cleaning agent
A cleaning agent, which comprises a mutual solvent, a carrier fluid, a nonionic surfactant and another nonionic surfactant as co-surfactant. The cleaning agent can be used, for example, to clean oil and water based drilling mud and water-wet the surface..
Tire and trim dressing
A dressing suitable for tires and plastic automotive trim is an alkaline, aqueous emulsion, free from silicone oil, and contains a non-film forming acrylic polymer, an oxidized polyethylene wax, tributoxyethyl phosphate, hydrophilic carbon black, a non-ionic surfactant, and a biocide. The dressing, when applied to a tire or plastic automotive trim produces a lasting, luxurious luster..
Solvent-based inkjet ink formulations
Solvent-based inkjet ink formulations including an organic solvent, a resin, a surfactant, and a colorant are provided. The inks have many desirable attributes such as extended decap time..
Tire rubber composition and pneumatic tire
Provided are a rubber composition for tires preventing discoloration and improving ozone resistance while maintaining or improving good elongation at break and good fuel economy, and a pneumatic tire using the rubber composition. Included is a rubber composition for tires including: a rubber component including at least one selected from the group consisting of a specific non-oil extended polybutadiene rubber and a specific oil extended polybutadiene rubber; a phenylenediamine antioxidant; a specific nonionic surfactant; and carbon black and/or silica, the rubber composition having an amount of diene rubber of 70-100% by mass per 100% by mass of the rubber component, the rubber composition having an amount of the phenylenediamine antioxidant of 1.0-8.0 parts by mass, an amount of the nonionic surfactant of 0.1-5.0 parts by mass, and a combined amount of carbon black and silica of 20-45 parts by mass, each per 100 parts by mass of the rubber component..
Microalgal derived cleaners and surfactants
Microalgal derived cleaners and surfactants, methods for their preparation, and compositions comprising the surfactants are provided.. .
Method of forming a microlens over an optical active device by injection process
Disclosed herein is a method of making an optical device, such as a photo diode or vertical cavity surface emitting laser (vcsel). The method entails forming an active device within a substrate, forming a layer of surfactant over the active device; injecting microlens material over the surfactant layer directly above the active device, and curing the injected microlens material to form a microlens over the surfactant layer above the active device, such that the active device is capable of receiving or transmitting an optical signal by way of the microlens.
Formulations for the treatment of deep tissue pain
Disclosed herein are vesicular formulations comprising one or more phospholipids and one or more nonionic surfactants that are effective in the treatment of pain or inflammation or osteoarthritis, more specifically in the treatment of deep tissue pain, for example osteoarthritis and other joint or muscle pain, as well as methods of treating pain or inflammation or osteoarthritis, more specifically in the treatment of deep tissue pain, for example osteoarthritis and other joint or muscle pain using same.. .
An oil-in-water emulsion containing no surfactant and use thereof
The present invention discloses an oil-in-water emulsion containing no surfactant, which comprises a metabolizable oil phase, an aqueous phase and oil-water amphipathic solid particles dispersed in the aqueous phase and having biocompatibility, wherein the oil phase comprises squalene or/and tocol; the aqueous phase is any one selected from the group consisting of purified water, water for injection, glycerine aqueous solution, buffering salts aqueous solution or clinically usable transfusion, or the combination of at least two selected therefrom; the solid particles have an average particle size in a scale of from nanometer to micrometer. The emulsion of the present invention can be used as vaccine adjuvant, drug delivery carrier or sustained/controlled-release carrier, and have the controllable properties.
A mesalamine rectal suppository having improved comfort of use and better retention in lower rectum for a long period of time is provided. The suppository contains a suppository base, at least one surfactant and at least one mucoadhesive agent.
Rectal suppository for ulcerative colitis
A rectal suppository comprising mesalamine and a corticosteroid is provided. The suppository contains a suppository base, at least one surfactant and at least one mucoadhesive agent.
Rectal suppository for ulcerative colitis
A rectal suppository comprising mesalamine and a local anaesthetic agent is provided. The suppository contains a suppository base, at least one surfactant and at least one mucoadhesive agent.
A gel patch includes a base fabric, an adhesive layer, and a release liner in this order, wherein the adhesive layer contains a physiologically active substance, a water-soluble (meth)acrylic polymer, water, a surfactant, and poly(methyl acrylate/2-ethylhexyl acrylate), and the surfactant comprises a polyethylene glycol fatty acid ester or a polyoxyethylene sorbitan fatty acid ester.. .
Hair styling compositions comprising latex polymers and wax dispersions
Disclosed are hair styling compositions comprising: (a) one or more latex polymers selected from acrylate latex polymers, polyurethane latex polymers, and mixtures thereof; and (b) a wax dispersion comprising: (i) particles having a volume-basis particle size distribution with peaks in the range of equal to or greater than 1 μm up to about 100 μm wherein the particles comprise at least one wax having a melting point of greater than 35° c.; (ii) a surfactant mixture comprising a nonionic surfactant and an ionic surfactant; (iii) an oil gellant; and (iv) water.. .
Personal cleansers and surfactant blend therefor
Personal cleansers and surfactant blends useful therein are disclosed. The cleansers comprise a primary anionic surfactant, a saturated c8-c-14 alkyl n,n-dialkylamide, and water.
Provided is a liquid mouthwash that is capable of maintaining a bactericidal effect over a long period, and uses electrolyzed water that inhibits metal corrosion. The liquid mouthwash contains electrolyzed water having a positive oxidation-reduction potential, a menthol, an anionic surfactant, and a water-soluble organic solvent, and has a ph of 6 to 8.
Disinfectant peracetic acid solutions
Various embodiments disclosed relate to a composition that includes (or is formed from): (a) hydrogen peroxide; (b) an organic acid; (c) chelator; and (d) surfactant, wherein the composition includes less than about 0.1 wt. % of an anticorrosive agent.
An aqueous disinfectant formulation comprising at least one phenolic compound of natural origin; a surfactant sufficient to form a solution or dispersion of the essential oil in an aqueous carrier; a solvent, and sufficient water to make 100 weight percent is described herein.. .
Method of producing a creping paper and the creping paper thereof
The present invention provides for a method of producing a creped paper and the crepe paper products made using this method. The method includes treating the surface of a crepe fiber web and/or surface of a yankee drum dryer or cylinder with compositions containing a combination of hydrophobes and surfactants and wherein these compositions have been subjected to physical treatments to reduce the mean particle size to about 1 micron (μm) or less..
Solenis Technologies, L.p.
Additive c capable of changing microvia-filling method by tsv copper plating, and electroplating solution containing same
An additive c capable of changing microvia-filling method by tsv copper plating, and electroplating solution containing same. The additive c contains by mass percentage: 5%-10%, one of polyethylene glycol or polyvinyl alcohol with the molecular weight of 200-100,000, or the mixture with different molecular weight thereof; 0.001%-0.5% isomer of the surfactant which including the alkylphenol polyoxyethylene ether or fatty alcohol-polyoxyethylene ether; and the solvent is water.
Shanghai Sinyang Semiconductor Materials Co., Ltd.
Multi-compartment laundry detergent water-soluble pouch
The present invention provides a multi-compartment laundry detergent water-soluble pouch, wherein the pouch comprises a first compartment and a second compartment, wherein the first compartment comprises a benefit delivery composition, wherein the second compartment comprises a detergent ingredient, wherein the benefit delivery composition comprises a lamellar phase composition and a viscous hydrophobic ingredient, wherein the lamellar phase composition comprises a mixture of surfactant and fatty amphiphile in lamellar phase, wherein the viscous hydrophobic ingredient comprises silicone and/or petrolatum.. .
The Procter & Gamble Company
Liquid cleaning composition
A liquid cleaning composition comprising an amphoteric surfactant and a microcapsule that comprises a cationically charged coating. Also, the use of such a liquid cleaning composition for pretreating a fabric is disclosed..
The Procter & Gamble Company
Giant electrorheological fluid surfactant additives
Ger fluids are improved by the addition of a polar molecule additive. By addition of a polar molecule additive, yield stresses under electric field are improved by over 50% while the current density is reduced to less than a quarter of the original ger.
The Hong Kong University Of Science And Technology
Methods and apparatuses for co-processing pyrolysis oil
Methods for co-processing pyrolysis oil streams and fuel processing apparatuses are provided. In one example, a method for co-processing a pyrolysis oil stream and a hydrocarbon stream is provided.
Enhanced oil recovery by surfactants in wide salinity range
The invention relates to a method of treating a hydrocarbon containing formation, comprising the following steps: a) providing a composition comprising two or more surfactants to at least a portion of the hydrocarbon containing formation having a salinity, wherein said two or more surfactants are selected such that the salinity range within which the interfacial tension between water and the hydrocarbons in the hydrocarbon containing formation can be reduced to a certain level is widened as compared to the cases wherein only one of said two or more surfactants is used; and b) allowing said two or more surfactants from the composition to interact with the hydrocarbons in the hydrocarbon containing formation.. .
Shell Oil Company
Adhesive system for lignocellulosic substrates having high levels of extractives
An adhesive system for preparing lignocellulosic composites comprising: a) a primer composition; and, b) a polyurethane adhesive composition, wherein said primer composition comprises: 1 to 100% by weight of the composition of at least one compound having a hydroxyl number of less than or equal to 30 mg koh/g and being selected from the group consisting of polyalkylene glycols, polyalkylene glycol mono-ethers or polyalkylene glycol di-ethers; 0 to 99% by weight of the composition of solvent; and, 0 to 5% by weight of the composition of surfactant selected from the group consisting of water soluble surfactants, water emulsifiable surfactants and mixtures thereof. The adhesive system has particular applicability to wooden substrates characterized by high levels of water soluble extractives and, in particular, arabinogalactan..
Henkel Ag & Co. Kgaa
Ink jet image recording method, ink set, and ink set preparation method
An ink jet image recording method includes applying a first ink and a second ink onto a recording medium. The first ink contains a surfactant expressed by general formula (1) with a content of v1 percent by mass relative to the total mass of the first ink and a liquid x being the portion other than the surfactant, and the second ink contains the surfactant with a content of v2 percent by mass lower than v1 relative to the total mass of the second ink and a liquid y being the portion other than the surfactant.
Canon Kabushiki Kaisha
Metallic pigments and coating a metallic substrate
A metallic pigment is provided including a metallic substrate coated with a hybrid inorganic/organic layer, wherein the hybrid inorganic/organic layer includes a network of an inorganic component and at least one organofunctional silane component having organic functionalities which have not been polymerised. Also, a method of coating a metallic substrate is provided including: combining the metallic substrate with a surfactant and an organofunctional silane and an inorganic component precursor to form a hydrophobic phase; combining the hydrophobic phase with a hydrophilic liquid to form an emulsion including said hydrophobic phase containing the metallic substrate, the organofunctional silane and the inorganic component precursor dispersed in a continuous hydrophilic phase; adding a catalyst to the emulsion; and forming a hybrid organic/inorganic layer from the organofunctional silane and said inorganic component precursor on the metallic substrate to produce a coated metallic substrate..
Sg Ventures Pty Limited
Coated particles and coating particles
Coated particles include a core particle and a hybrid inorganic/organic layer coating the core particle. The hybrid inorganic/organic layer comprises a network of an inorganic component and at least one organofunctional silane component having organic functionalities which have not been polymerised.
Sg Ventures Pty Limited