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Aqueous Dispersion Patent Earned by Clariant

November 15, 2005

Patent No. US 6,736,865 B1: French researchers for Clariant Finance (BVI) Ltd., Tortola, Virgin Islands, patented a textile treatment containing an aqueous dispersion that consists of carboxyl-containing hydrocarbon wax or mixture; a polyacrylamide, copolyacrylamide, copolymethacrylamide and/or polymethacrylamide and a dispersant system containing amphoteric, anionic and/or nonionic surfactants. Optional auxiliary chemicals are also included.
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