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S&B Worldwide Corporation
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Palm Harbor, FL
No. of patents:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7825082 Highly protonated, supercharged, low pH, non-corrosive composition November 2, 2010
A highly protonated, supercharged, low pH, non-corrosive composition and process for making the composition wherein the composition has a milli-volt charge between 400 and 1400, a proton count between 8.times.10^24 and 14.times.10^24, and a pH level at 1 part composition with 99 part
7824524 Highly protonated, supercharged, low pH, non-corrosive composition November 2, 2010
A highly protonated, supercharged, low pH, non-corrosive composition and process for making the composition wherein the composition has a milli-volt charge between 400 and 1400, a proton count between 8.times.10^.gtoreq.and 14.times.10^.gtoreq., and a pH level at 1 part composition w

 
 
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