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Title Summary
Polymeric aerogel fibers and fiber webs
Patent number
10,000,618
Abstract
Disclosed is a method for making a polymer or copolymer aerogel product by forming an aerogel polymer or copolymer solution in the presence of a polymer or copolymer catalyst and solvent therefor. The aerogel polymer or copolymer solution is drained onto a spinning disk or cup. The solvent is removed under aerogel forming conditions to produce the aerogel fiber web or yarn product.
Storage stabilized devulcanized tire rubber modified asphalt composition and the process for its preparation
Patent number
10,000,638
Abstract
This invention relates to a storage stabilized recycled and devulcanized tire rubber modified asphalt composition, which comprises: 65.0 to 90.0% by weight of a neat asphalt, 3.0-50.0% by weight of a recycled and devulcanized rubber from used tires and/or other scrap rubbers, 0.01-15.0% by weight of a compatibilizer/stabilizer derived from Natural or Synthetic Rubbers, which composition passes the "cigar tube" softening point test difference of less than 5.degree. C. between the top and bottom layers; and, the process for the said asphalt composition comprises mixing 65.0% to 90.0% by weight of a neat asphalt, 3.0 to 50.0% by weight of a recycled and devulcanized rubber from used tires, 0.01-10.0% by weight of a compatibilizer/stabilizer derived from Natural or Synthetic Rubbers, using high shear mixers at elevated temperatures of between 120.degree. C. and 175.degree. C. for between 15 minutes to 6 hours, to obtain storage stabilized asphalt composition that is stable in hot storage and transportation conditions.
Method and composition for preventing corrosion of metal surfaces
Patent number
10,000,641
Abstract
The present invention provides a corrosion inhibitor composition comprising: a carrier; at least one compound of formulae (II)-(VII) or a salt or quaternized derivative thereof: ##STR00001## wherein R is C.sub.5-21 alkyl or alkenyl, preferably alkyl; each R.sup.1 is independently an optionally substituted group of formula --(CH.sub.2).sub.nX wherein n is an integer from 1 to 6 and X is C(O)OZ or SO.sub.3Z and Z is H or a cation; and R' is C.sub.4-20 alkyl or alkenyl, preferably alkyl; and a quaternary ammonium compound.
Thermoplastic composite material reinforced with synthetic fibers and manufacturing process
Patent number
10,000,662
Abstract
A method for producing a composite material, including an assembly of one or a plurality of synthetic reinforcement fibers, impregnated with at least one thermoplastic polymer having a vitreous transition temperature Tg greater than or equal to 80.degree. C. including: i) a step of impregnating said assembly with a precursor composition in the molten state and including: a) at least one prepolymer P(X)n of said thermoplastic polymer, including a molecular chain P having, at the ends n thereof, identical reactive functions X, said prepolymer having a semiaromatic and/or semi-cycloaliphatic structure, b) at least one chain extender including two identical functions Y, which are reactive with at least one of said functions X; ii) a step of polymerization by mass (poly)addition, in the molten state, of said prepolymer with said chain extender, with said thermoplastic polymer of the thermoplastic matrix being the result of said polymerization by mass polyaddition.
Polypropylene based hot-melt adhesive composition
Patent number
10,000,674
Abstract
The invention relates to an adhesive composition wherein such composition comprises at least one polypropylene copolymer and wherein such adhesive composition has improved overall bond performance. It further relates to an article comprising said adhesive composition, as well as to a process for producing such article. It even further relates to the use of the adhesive composition in the preparation of an article.
Smart water flooding processes for increasing hydrocarbon recovery
Patent number
10,000,687
Abstract
Methods, compositions, and techniques for enhancing the production of hydrocarbons such as crude oil from subterranean hydrocarbon bearing formations are disclosed. In some embodiments, the invention relates to processes for evaluating enhanced oil recovery mechanisms in carbonate based reservoirs at both the rock-fluid and oil-water interfaces using spectroscopic and interfacial techniques. In further embodiments, the spectroscopic and interfacial techniques include microscopic, rheometric and tensiometric measurements. In preferred embodiments, the disclosed methods and techniques provide reservoir based details at that allow for optimized "smart water" flooding practices and correspondingly higher oil recovery rates.
Materials for organic electroluminescent devices
Patent number
10,000,694
Abstract
The invention relates to compounds which can be used in electronic devices, and to electronic devices, in particular organic electroluminescent devices, containing said compounds.
Light-emitting ceramic, light-emitting element, and light-emitting device
Patent number
10,000,696
Abstract
A light-emitting ceramic that contains, as a major component thereof, a pyrochlore compound represented by ABO.sub.w, wherein A includes at least one element selected from the group consisting of La, Y, Gd, Yb and Lu, B includes Bi and at least one element selected from the group consisting of Zr, Sn and Hf, and W is a positive number.
Aqueous low friction coating for telecommunication cables
Patent number
10,000,716
Abstract
A fluoropolymer coating composition comprises: fluorinated homopolymer particles dispersed in water, fluorinated copolymer particles dispersed in water, non-fluorinated polymer particles dispersed in water; and at least one aziridine compound comprising at least two aziridine groups. The composition is especially useful in low friction coating for telecommunication cables.
Lubricating oil composition
Patent number
10,000,719
Abstract
An automotive lubricating oil composition for an internal combustion engine comprises (A) an oil of lubricating viscosity in a major amount; and (B) an oil-soluble zinc dithiocarbamate as an additive component in a minor amount in which each of the two amino groups is substituted with an aryl group and with either another aryl group, an aliphatic group or a hydrogen atom, the composition having not greater than 1600 ppm by mass of phosphorus, expressed as phosphorous atom.