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Number: 106/145.4
Name: Compositions: coating or plastic > Coating or plastic compositions > Proteinaceous material containing > With carbohydrate or derivative > Starch or derivative > With nonproteinaceous organic compound containing sulfur or nitrogen
Description: Compositions which contain, in addition to the starch or derivative thereof, a nonproteinaceous organic compound which has at least one sulfur or nitrogen atom therein.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6517625 Protein/starch paper coating compositions and method of use thereof Feb. 11, 2003
6228419 High-amylose starch-emulsifier composition and methods of making May. 8, 2001
6074468 Sizing composition Jun. 13, 2000
5972094 Sizing composition Oct. 26, 1999
5529619 Starch-based adhesive Jun. 25, 1996
5294249 Blendpolymers Mar. 15, 1994
5093159 Process for rapidly immobilizing paper coating compositions Mar. 3, 1992
4462838 Aqueous adhesive composition useful for labeling bottles Jul. 31, 1984











 
 
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