Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Inventor:
Forsberg; John W.
Address:
Mentor, OH
No. of patents:
20
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6913630 Amino alkylphenol emulsifiers for an aqueous hydrocarbon fuel July 5, 2005
A novel crosslinked emulsifier is employed to produce a stable aqueous hydrocarbon fuel emulsion.
5858055 Water-in-oil emulsion fertilizer compositions January 12, 1999
A non-explosive water in oil emulsion fertilizer composition is provided which comprises:a discontinuous aqueous phase comprising at least one fertilizer component;a continuous oil phase;an emulsifier comprising the reaction product of at least one hydrocarbyl substituted phenol with at leas
5637557 Compositions containing derivatives of succinic acylating agent or hydroxyaromatic compounds and June 10, 1997
This invention relates to a composition comprising: a mixture of a brine and a liquid oil, and (A) an emulsifying amount of (i) at least one reaction product of a hydrocarbyl-substituted succinic acylating agent, and at least one of (a) ammonia, (b) an alcohol, (c) an amine, (d) or m
5599777 Methods of using acidizing fluids in wells, and compositions used therein February 4, 1997
The present invention relates to a method, comprising the steps of:introducing into a well borehole a composition, comprising water, an acid, and (A) at least one reaction product of (A-1) at least one hydrocarbyl-substituted carboxylic acylating agent selected from the group consisting
5527491 Emulsifiers and explosive emulsions containing same June 18, 1996
Emulsifiers are disclosed which comprise the reaction product of component (I) with component (II). Component (I) comprises the reaction product of certain carboxylic acids or anhydrides, or ester or amide derivatives thereof, with ammonia, at least one amine, at least one alkali and/or
5518517 Water-in-oil emulsion fertilizer compositions May 21, 1996
A non-explosive water in oil emulsion fertilizer composition comprising: a discontinuous aqueous phase comprising at least one fertilizer component; a continuous oil phase; an emulsifier comprising the reaction product of at least one succinic acylating agent and at least one co-reactant
5512079 Water-in-oil emulsifiers for slow release fertilizers using tertiary alkanol amines April 30, 1996
A non-explosive water in oil emulsion fertilizer composition is provided which comprises:a discontinuous aqueous phase comprising at least one fertilizer component;a continuous oil phase;an emulsifier comprising the reaction product of at least one hydrocarbyl substituted succinic anhydride
5422024 Aqueous functional fluids June 6, 1995
Aqueous oil-in-water emulsion functional fluid comprising:water, an oil and an emulsifying quantity of a salt composition comprising:(A) at least one salt moiety derived from (A)(I) at least one high-molecular weight polycarboxylic acylating agent, said acylating agent (A)(I) having at least
5407500 Salt compositions and explosives using same April 18, 1995
The present invention provides for a novel salt composition comprising: (A) at least one salt moiety derived from (A)(I) at least one high-molecular weight hydrocarbyl-substituted polycarboxylic acylating agent, said hydrocarbyl-substituent of said acylating agent (A)(I) having a number
5401341 Cross-linked emulsion explosive composition March 28, 1995
This invention relates to water-in-oil emulsion explosives in which an oxidizing material is contained in the discontinuous water phase, and the continuous oil phase acts as a carbonaceous fuel. More particularly, this invention relates to such explosives in which polyfunctional carboxyl
5360458 Oil-water emulsions November 1, 1994
This invention provides for water-oil emulsions comprising water, oil and a minor emulsifying amount of the reaction product of: (A) at least one saturated or unsaturated aliphatic monocarboxylic acid of about 12 to about 24 carbon atoms; (B) at least one acid of the general formula
5336439 Salt compositions and concentrates for use in explosive emulsions August 9, 1994
The present invention provides for a novel salt composition comprising: (A) at least one salt moiety derived from (A)(I) at least one high-molecular weight hydrocarbyl-substituted polycarboxylic acylating agent, said hydrocarbyl-substituent of said acylating agent (A)(I) having a number
5260268 Methods of drilling well boreholes and compositions used therein November 9, 1993
The present invention relates to a method comprising the steps of introducing into a well borehole a composition, comprising water and an amount, sufficient to reduce drilling torque, prevent sticking or twisting of a pipe during drilling, or release a stuck pipe in a well borehole, of
5178786 Corrosion-inhibiting compositions and functional fluids containing same January 12, 1993
The invention provides a composition comprising:(A) at least one dicarboxylic acid or anhydride or at least one ammonium or metal salt of the dicarboxylic acid or anhydride; and(B) at least one compound represented by the formula ##STR1## wherein R.sub.2, R.sub.3, R.sub.4 and R.sub.5 ar
5129972 Emulsifiers and explosive emulsions containing same July 14, 1992
Emulsifiers are disclosed which comprise the reaction product of component (I) with component (II). Component (I) comprises the reaction product of certain carboxylic acids or anhydrides, or ester or amide derivatives thereof, with ammonia, at least one amine, at least one alkali and/or
5047175 Salt composition and explosives using same September 10, 1991
Salt compositions are disclosed which comprise: (A) at least one salt moiety derived from (A)(I) at least one high-molecular weight polycarboxylic acylating agent, said acylating agent (A)(I) having at least one hydrocarbyl substituent having an average of from about 20 to about 500
4919178 Explosive emulsion April 24, 1990
Emulsifiers are disclosed which comprise the reaction product of component (I) with component (II). Component (I) comprises the reaction product of certain carboxylic acids or anhydrides, or ester or amide derivatives thereof, with ammonia, at least one amine, at least one alkali and/or
4863534 Explosive compositions using a combination of emulsifying salts September 5, 1989
The present invention provides for an explosive composition comprising a discontinuous oxidizer phase comprising at least one oxygen-supplying component, a continuous organic phase comprising at least carbonaceous fuel, and an emulsifying amount of (A) at least one salt composition d
4844756 Water-in-oil emulsions July 4, 1989
A water-in-oil emulsion is disclosed which comprises:(A) a continuous oil phase;(B) a discontinuous aqueous phase;(C) a minor emulsifying amount of at least one salt derived from (C) (I) at least one hydrocarbyl-substituted carboxylic acid or anhydride, or ester or amide derivative of said a
4828633 Salt compositions for explosives May 9, 1989
Salt compositions are disclosed which comprise: (A) at least one salt moiety derived from (A)(I) at least one high-molecular weight polycarboxylic acylating agent, said acylating agent (A)(I) having at least one hydrocarbyl substituent having an average of from about 20 to about 500










 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Communication system, information processing apparatus, controlled device, information processing method and program
LD driver with an improved falling edge of driving signal and optical transmitter providing the same
Wig hanger
Method and system for minimizing the accumulated offset error for an analog to digital converter
Nanobodies against tumor necrosis factor-alpha
Dynamic cache queue allocation based on destination availability
Image capturing system
  Randomly Featured Patents
Microbubble-filled article
Liquid crystal display and manufacturing method of the same
Process for the preparation of dibromoneopentylglycol (DBNG)
Electrode insulator
Grounding structures for header and receptacle assemblies
Air brake actuator having increased output
Coupler with extended emergency release and towing feature
UMTS base station supporting multiple transmission methods
Sheet material dispensing device
Arrangement for controlling fuel flow to an internal-combustion engine