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Number: 585/932
Name: Chemistry of hydrocarbon compounds > Special chemical considerations > Process including synthesis of nonhydrocarbon intermediate > Carboxyl-containing, e.g., acid, etc.
Description: Subject matter wherein the intermediate contain the group -C--.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8426665 Process and plant for producing hydrocarbons Apr. 23, 2013
7459597 Process for the manufacture of hydrocarbons Dec. 2, 2008
7147800 Selective ether cleavage synthesis of liquid crystals Dec. 12, 2006
7094943 Solution phase biopolymer synthesis Aug. 22, 2006
7038103 Solution phase biopolymer synthesis May. 2, 2006
6797846 Fibrous crystal aggregates, preparation method thereof and use thereof Sep. 28, 2004
6570045 Methods of solidifying low-boiling-point hydrocarbon and handling the same, and regeneration thereof May. 27, 2003
6417415 Methods of solidifying low-boiling-point hydrocarbon and handling the same, and regeneration thereof Jul. 9, 2002
4045419 Chemical process for producing isoprene by pyrolysis of allylic esters Aug. 30, 1977

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