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Muttenz, Switzerland

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Copolymers are described, containing a) 20.0-99.9% by weight of one or more structural units resulting from polymerizable substances of the following structural formula (I) in which R

The instant invention relates to improved liquid sizing compositions comprising derivatives of diaminostilbene, binders, protective polymers and divalent metal salts for the optical brightening of substrates suitable for high quality ink jet printing.

A solid phosphoric acid catalyst which, when gas-phase synthesizing trioxane from formaldehyde, results in production of trioxane at a high yield and at a high selection rate by markedly suppressing side reactions, reduces the adhesion of organic matter to the catalyst surface, and achieves a stable and long-term catalyst reaction. This solid phosphoric acid catalyst contains silicon phosphate oxide (SPO) obtained by sintering at a temperature of at least 200 C. a carrier material to which a phosphoric acid component has been added, and the total quantity of acid does not exceed 5 mmol per 1 g of solid phosphoric acid catalyst when calculated as acid quantity determined by NH

The present invention relates to automatic dishwashing detergent compositions comprising

Clariant | Date: 2014-03-12

A procedure for shutting down a dehydrogenation reactor having a catalyst bed with a chromium-containing catalyst operating at a first elevated temperature comprises cooling the catalyst bed with a first cooling gas to a second elevated temperature lower than the first elevated temperature, removing the first cooling gas, introducing a reducing gas to the catalyst bed, cooling the catalyst bed with a second cooling gas from the second elevated temperature to a third elevated temperature, removing the reducing gas, cooling the catalyst bed to a fourth elevated temperature, and introducing air to cool the catalyst to ambient temperature, whereby the dehydrogenation reactor is shut down. The second cooling gas may be the same as, or different from, the reducing gas. Moreover, the reducing gas may be purged from the reactor by a third cooling gas.

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