OMG AMERICAS, INC.
|OMG AMERICAS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20110236565||ELECTROLESS PALLADIUM PLATING SOLUTION AND METHOD OF USE - An electroless palladium plating solution includes a polar solvent, at least one palladium salt, at least one non-nitrogenated complexing agent, an alkaline adjusting agent that adjusts the plating solution to a pH of at least 8.0, and a reducing agent. The plating solution, which is used for forming a layer of palladium on a surface of a substrate, yields a substantially pure palladium deposit on the substrate. Precipitation of reduced palladium in the plating solution is substantially prevented.||09-29-2011|
|20110092404||OVERBASED METAL CARBOXYLATE COMPLEX GREASE AND PROCESS FOR MAKING - Complex greases of overbased alkaline earth metal carboxylates are prepared by reacting an overbased alkaline earth metal salt of a fatty acid, wherein the alkaline earth metal salt has an alkaline earth metal content of at least 14.5% and a non-volatile matter content of at least 95% with conversion agents to form a grease precursor. The grease precursor is then reacted with complexing agents to form a predominantly vaterite containing non-Newtonian modified overbased metal carboxylate complex grease.||04-21-2011|
|20090264327||OVERBASED METAL CARBOXYLATE PRECURSOR AND PROCESS FOR MAKING - Shelf stable, flowable liquids of overbased alkaline earth metal salts are prepared by reacting an alkaline earth metal base and a carboxylic acid in the presence of a hydrocarbon liquid, a polyol and an alcohol. The resulting overbased alkaline earth metal salts has an alkaline earth metal content of at least about 14.5% and a non-volatile matter content of at least about 95%.||10-22-2009|
|20080274923||OVERBASED METAL CARBOXYLATE CALCITE-CONTAINING GREASES - Grease precursors of overbased alkaline earth metal carboxylates are prepared by reacting an alkaline earth metal base and a carboxylic acid in the presence of a hydrocarbon liquid, a polyol and an alcohol. The resulting grease precursor has amorphous calcium carbonate and a calcite content of greater than 10% by weight. At least one converting agent is added to the grease precursor containing elevated levels of calcite. This mixture is heated followed by the removal of water to form calcite-containing greases having a calcite content greater than 12.5% by weight.||11-06-2008|
Patent applications by OMG AMERICAS, INC.