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A low weight resistant porous glass fiber having physical, chemical or biological properties

A low wt. resistant porous glass fiber with a developed sp. surface area of 5-120 times the outer surface of a std. glass fiber, and a material having phys., chem. or biol. reactive properties deposited on the developed surface area of porous glass fiber are described. Another low wt. resistant porous glass fiber with a developed sp. surface area of 20-200 times the outer surface of a std. glass fiber is presented. The developed surface of porous glass fiber is coated with a support material for a material which has phys., chem. or biol. reactive properties and which is deposited on the intermediate support material covering the porous glass fiber. Corresponding prepn. processes and various uses are described. [on SciFinder (R)]

    Keywords: Plasmids (active material; manuf. of low wt. resistant porous glass fibers by leaching aluminoborosilicate glass fibers and their applications); DNA sequences; RNA sequences; Zeolites Role: TEM (Technical or engineered material use) ; USES (Uses) (active ; (wet; manuf. of low wt. resistant porous glass fibers by leaching aluminoborosilicate glass fibers and their applications) ; low wt porous aluminoborosilicate glass fiber manuf; chem property low wt porous aluminoborosilicate glass fiber manuf; biol property low wt porous aluminoborosilicate glass fiber manuf

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    CAN 133:312622

    57-1

    Ceramics

    Patent

    written in English.

    20001018

    7440-44-0 (Carbon) Role: TEM (Technical or engineered material use), USES (Uses) (active material; manuf. of low wt. resistant porous glass fibers by leaching aluminoborosilicate glass fibers and their applications); 78-10-4; 2031-67-6 (Methyltriethoxysilane); 7664-93-9 (Sulfuric acid); 7784-27-2 (Aluminum nitrate nonahydrate); 7789-02-8; 10031-43-3; 13825-74-6; 13986-27-1; 14285-63-3 Role: NUU (Other use, unclassified), PEP (Physical, engineering or chemical process), TEM (Technical or engineered material use), PROC (Process), USES (Uses) (coating precursor; manuf. of low wt. resistant porous glass fibers modified by metal oxides); 1308-38-9P (Chromium oxide (Cr2O3); 1317-38-0P (Copper oxide (CuO); 1344-28-1P (Aluminum oxide (Al2O3); 7631-86-9P (Silica); 13463-67-7P (Titania) Role: DEV (Device component use), SPN (Synthetic preparation), TEM (Technical or engineered material use), PREP (Preparation), USES (Uses) (coating; manuf. of low wt. resistant porous glass fibers modified by metal oxides); 74-98-6 (Propane) Role: NUU (Other use, unclassified), PEP (Physical, engineering or chemical process), PROC (Process), USES (Uses) (complete oxidn.; manuf. of glass fiber catalysts and their applications); 7440-06-4 (Platinum); 7440-57-5 (Gold) Role: MOA (Modifier or additive use), USES (Uses) (deposited on porous fiber, catalyst; manuf. of low wt. resistant porous glass fibers by leaching aluminoborosilicate glass fibers and their applications); 108-95-2 (Phenol) Role: PEP (Physical, engineering or chemical process), PROC (Process) (hydroxylation; manuf. of glass fiber catalysts and their applications); 1314-62-1 (Vanadium oxide (V2O5) Role: MOA (Modifier or additive use), USES (Uses) (in coating; manuf. of low wt. resistant porous glass fibers by leaching aluminoborosilicate glass fibers and their applications); 7647-01-0 (Hydrochloric acid) Role: NUU (Other use, unclassified), USES (Uses) (leaching soln.; manuf. of low wt. resistant porous glass fibers by leaching aluminoborosilicate glass fibers and their applications); 7647-10-1 (Palladium chloride (PdCl2); 16941-12-1 (Hydrogen chloroplatinate (H2PtCl6) Role: PEP (Physical, engineering or chemical process), TEM (Technical or engineered material use), PROC (Process), USES (Uses) (precursors; manuf. of low wt. resistant porous glass fibers by leaching aluminoborosilicate glass fibers and their applications)

    Designated States R: AT, BE, CH, DE, DK, ES, FR, GB, GR, IT, LI, LU, NL, SE, MC, PT, IE, SI, LT, LV, FI, RO.

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    Record created on 2006-04-18, modified on 2016-08-08

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