Latitude | Date: 2013-01-22
This disclosure relates to method phosphating an iron surface susceptible to corrosion, the method comprising contacting an iron surface with an aqueous mixture of an acidic phosphate component, a basic component, and at least one silicate; and forming a passivation zone chemically bound to the iron surface of one or more iron ions corresponding to the iron surface, the acidic phosphate component, the basic component, and at least one corrosion inhibitor precursor.
Latitude | Date: 2013-10-15
This disclosure relates to phosphate coatings that inhibit corrosion of metals, specifically coatings comprising acidic phosphate and alkaline metal oxide/hydroxide components. In one particular embodiment, phosphate-based coating formulations that reduce or eliminate corrosion of steel and other metals are disclosed. In other embodiments, methods for coating steel surfaces with acidic phosphate and alkaline metal oxide/hydroxide components to reduce or eliminate corrosion of the metal surfaces are disclosed.
Latitude | Date: 2015-08-24
This disclosure relates to inorganic coatings suitable for fire protection, fire retardancy, and articles comprising same. Specifically, the disclosure relates to the manufacture and use of inorganic phosphate-based coating formulations for fire protection, preventing or reducing fire propagation, and for heat management.
Latitude | Date: 2014-06-25
The present invention provides an oil-in-water nanoemulsion containing glucagon, an oily phase, and an aqueous phase, wherein the glucagon is physically and chemically stable and the nanoemulsion is suitable for administration by manual injection or by a pump to treat hypoglycemia.
Latitude | Date: 2013-02-15
This disclosure relates to basic inorganic compositions. Methods of providing antifungal/antibacterial resistance and/or hydrophobicity and/or corrosion resistance by coating surfaces with the basic inorganic compositions are provided. In another aspect, a silicate composition comprising at least one alkali earth metal; and a Group IV element of silicon, germanium, tin, or lead having at least one hydrocarbon moiety covalently bonded thereto is provided.