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Inventor:
Peterson; James Oliver
Address:
Snyder, NY
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4060555 Process for the production of chlorofluorinated aliphatic ketones November 29, 1977
Chlorofluorinated aliphatic ketones may be effectively produced by an oxychlorofluorination process by reacting a gaseous mixture of a starting material selected from an aliphatic ketone and a halogenated aliphatic ketone in which the halogen atoms are selected from chlorine and fluorine
4052468 Process for the production of chlorofluorinated cycloaliphatic hydrocarbons October 4, 1977
Chlorofluorinated cycloaliphatic hydrocarbons may be effectively produced by an oxychlorofluorination process by reacting a gaseous mixture of a starting material selected from a cycloaliphatic hydrocarbon and a cycloaliphatic hydrohalocarbon in which the halo atoms are selected from










 
 
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