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polyhydric alcohol and an acyl group derived from a carboxylic acid closest to the recording medium among the plurality of single-color
having 2 to 18 carbon atoms and has an average acylation degree images forming the non-fixed color image.
of 50 to 90%.
Process for producing glycerin and Clendennen, S.K., and N.W. Boaz, Eastman Chemical Co.,
fatty alcohol via hydrogenation US7667067, February 23, 2010
A composition, process of preparation, and utility of salts of
Sakamoto, T., et al., Kao Corp., US7667059, February 23, 2010
fatty acid esters of amino-alcohols such as dimethylaminoethanol
The invention relates to a process for producing a fatty alcohol
(DMAE) as emulsifiers useful for formulating with lipids and waxes
and glycerin by hydrogenation reaction of fats and oils in the pres-
is described. DMAE fatty acid esters were prepared enzymatically in
ence of a catalyst, wherein the reaction is carried out in the coexis-
the absence of added solvent and then salified directly with carboxy-
tence of an organic solvent.
lic acids to form the salts. The compounds were used to make stable
emulsions with a variety of cosmetically acceptable lipids.
Method of producing biodiesel
Yu, J., et al., Sichuan Gushan Oil Chemical Co., Ltd., US7667060, Method for purification of glycerol
February 23, 2010
Rezkallah, A., Rohm and Haas Co., US7667081, February 23,
This invention involves a kind of fatty acid methyl ester (bio-
diesel fuel), especially the method of obtaining ester-like substances
A method for purification of glycerol, especially crude glyc-
by means of chemical alterations of oil.
erol from biodiesel production. The method uses gel-type acidic ion
exchange resin beads to separate fatty acid salts and inorganic salts
Method of preparing a composition from the crude glycerol.
using argentation chromatography
Binder, T.P., et al., Archer Daniels Midland Co., US7667061, Feb-
Transgenic plants having
ruary 23, 2010 anthelmintic activity and methods of
The present invention is directed to a method of preparing
compositions enriched in compounds containing carbon chains of producing them
varying degrees of unsaturation using argentation chromatography. Verbsky, M.L., et al., Divergence