Abstract: A pharmaceutical composition including a compound represented by the formula (I) or a pharmacologically acceptable salt thereof wherein two R moieties each independently are a C1-3 alkyl group or are groups bonded to each other to form a C2-5 alkylene group; A is an optionally substituted C6-10 aryl group or an optionally substituted heteroaryl group; and R1, R2 and R3 each independently are an optionally substituted linear or branched C1-4 alkyl group, wherein the pharmaceutical composition is administered in combination with an immunotherapeutic agent.
Abstract: A method for producing an aqueous polyimide precursor solution includes forming a polyamic acid by the reaction of a tetracarboxylic acid component and a diamine component in water without organic solvent together with an imidazole in an amount of 1.6 mole or more per mole of the tetracarboxylic acid component of the polyamic acid.
Abstract: A method for producing an aqueous polyimide precursor solution composition includes forming a polyamic acid by the reaction of a tetracarboxylic acid component and a diamine component in an aqueous solvent together with an imidazole in an amount of 1.6 mole or more per mole of the tetracarboxylic acid component of the polyamic acid.
Abstract: A method for producing an aqueous polyimide precursor solution composition includes reacting a tetracarboxylic dianhydride and a diamine in the presence of an imidazole, using water as a reaction solvent to provide an aqueous polyimide precursor solution composition. The polyamic acid and the imidazole are dissolved in the water. A concentration of the polyamic acid is 5 to 45 wt %, The imidazole is an imidazole having two or more alkyl groups as substituents. An amount of the imidazole is 1.6 moles or more per mole of the tetracarboxylic dianhydride, and a concentration of the imidazole compound based on a sum of the imidazole compound and the water is 9.47 wt % or less. The diamine component includes a diamine having a solubility in water at 25° C. of 0.1 g/L or more.
Abstract: A biomass solid fuel which, when exposed to rain water, has a reduced COD in discharged water and has low disintegration-property, while suppressing an increase in cost. The biomass solid fuel obtained by molding pulverized biomass particles, such that mutual bonding or adhesion between pulverized biomass particles is maintained after immersion in water.
Abstract: A biomass solid fuel is provided which, when exposed to rain water, has a reduced COD in discharged water and has low disintegration-property, while suppressing an increase in cost. The present invention relates to a biomass solid fuel obtained by molding pulverized biomass, having a fuel ratio (fixed carbon/volatile matter) of 0.2 to 0.8, dry-basis higher heating value of 4800 to 7000 (kcal/kg), a molar ratio of oxygen O to carbon C (O/C) of 0.1 to 0.7, and a molar ratio of hydrogen H to carbon C (H/C) is 0.8 to 1.3.
Abstract: Provided is a laminate that has excellent low-temperature impact resistance and bursting pressure strength at high temperatures despite having a thick modified polyolefin layer. The laminate has two or more layers including an (a) layer and a (b) layer, the (a) layer includes an aliphatic polyamide composition (A), and the (b) layer includes a modified polyolefin (B). The modified polyolefin (B) includes a unit derived from a monomer based on an ?-olefin having 2-10 carbon atoms, and a unit derived from an unsaturated compound having at least one functional group selected from the group consisting of: unsaturated compounds having at least one group selected from the group consisting of a carboxyl group, a hydroxyl group, an epoxy group, an amino group, an amide group, an imide group, a nitrile group, a thiol group, and an isocyanate group; and derivatives of unsaturated compounds having a carboxyl group. The Shore hardness (D scale) of the modified polyolefin (B) as measured according to ASTM D2240 is 30-61.
Abstract: A polyolefin micro porous film includes at least one of polyethylene and polypropylene, in which the compressive elastic modulus is 95 MPa or more and 150 MPa or less, the surface roughness (Ra) of a film surface is measured for a front surface and a rear surface, and the average value (Ra(ave)) thereof is 0.01 ?m to 0.30 ?m.
Abstract: This polyolefin micro-porous film includes a multilayered structure, wherein the multilayered structure contains a first layer composed of polypropylene resin, a second layer composed of polyethylene resin and provided on the first layer, and a third layer composed of polypropylene resin and provided on the second layer. Furthermore, a thickness of the first layer is thinner than a thickness of the second layer, a thickness of the third layer is thinner than the thickness of the second layer, and in the multilayered structure, a thickness is 16 ?m or less, a porosity is 40 to 70%, and a surface opening ratio is 10 to 30%.
Abstract: This is to provide a multilayer tube excellent in interlayer adhesiveness and durability thereof while maintaining various characteristics such as low temperature impact resistance, bursting pressure strength and flexibility. In a multilayer tube having at least two kinds of layers and the both layers are adjacent to each other, an aliphatic polyamide composition constituting one of the layers contains an aliphatic polyamide having a ratio of a number of methylene groups to a number of amide groups of a specific value or more and a copolymerized polyamide having a specific unit, and an elastomeric polymer which may contain a constitutional unit derived from an unsaturated compound having a carboxyl group(s) and/or an acid anhydride group(s).
Abstract: The present invention is a multi-layer tube comprising at least two layers having an (a) layer containing an aliphatic polyamide composition (A) and a (b) layer containing a semi-aromatic polyamide composition (B) containing a specific semi-aromatic polyamide (B1), wherein the aliphatic polyamide composition (A) contains a specific amount of an aliphatic polyamide (A1) and a specific amount of an elastomer polymer (A2) containing an unsaturated compound having a carboxyl group and/or acid anhydride group, and the product of the terminal amino group concentration [X] of the aliphatic polyamide (A1) per g of the aliphatic polyamide composition (A) and the total concentration [Y] of the carboxyl group and acid anhydride group of the elastomer polymer (A2) per g of the aliphatic polyamide composition (A) is a specific amount.
September 3, 2014
Date of Patent:
February 22, 2022
UBE INDUSTRIES, LTD.
Koji Nakamura, Shigekazu Okamura, Hiroaki Fujii
Abstract: A biomass solid fuel with reduced self-heating. An apparatus for manufacturing a biomass solid fuel including a carbonization furnace for carbonizing a biomass molded block to obtain a biomass solid fuel; a yield calculator for calculating a yield of the biomass solid fuel and/or a temperature detector for measuring a temperature of the carbonization furnace; and a controller for controlling a heat source of the carbonization furnace; in which the controller controls the heat source based on a correlation between (i) a self-heating property of the biomass solid fuel and (ii) the yield and/or the temperature of the carbonization furnace.
Abstract: A polyamide resin composition is provided which can be blow molded while concurrently satisfying blow moldability and uniform wall thickness of the molten resin, exhibits excellent thermal stability when the resin composition is accumulated as a melt and thereby gives molded articles with a good surface appearance, and is further excellent in impact resistance at room and low temperatures. The polyamide resin composition includes, based on 100 mass % of the polyamide resin composition, 40 to 84 mass % of a polyamide resin (A), not less than 15 mass % of an olefin-based ionomer (B), 0 to 10 mass % of an impact modifier (C), and 0.1 to 3 mass % of heat resistant agents (D). The polyamide resin (A) includes at least one selected from the group consisting of aliphatic copolyamides (A-1) and aromatic copolyamides (A-2). The heat resistant agents (D) include two or more kinds of organic hindered phenol heat resistant agents (D-1).
Abstract: A polyolefin micro-porous film containing a polypropylene resin, in which a meltdown temperature of the polyolefin micro-porous film is 195° C. to 230° C. A weight-average molecular weight of the polypropylene resin is 500,000 to 800,000. Furthermore, a molecular weight distribution of the polypropylene resin is 7.5 to 16.
Abstract: A crystalline silicon carbide fiber containing silicon carbide and boron nitride, the crystalline silicon carbide fiber having a content of Si of 64% to 72% by weight, a content of C of 28% to 35% by weight, and a content of B of 0.1% to 3.0% by weight, and including, at a surface portion, a composition gradient layer in which a content of silicon carbide increases while a content of boron nitride decreases toward a depth direction.
Abstract: This photocurable resin composition contains a polymer cross-linked material (A) and a polymeric material (B), wherein the polymer cross-linked material (A) contains urethane(meth)acrylate, and the polymeric material (B) contains a polyurethane resin that includes a structure derived from polycarbonate polyols and that does not have an acrylic group. This photocurable resin composition has excellent high-temperature adhesion. The urethane(meth)acrylate in the polymer cross-linked material (A) preferably includes a structure derived from polycarbonate polyols.
Abstract: Provided are: a porous polyether sulfone film having macrovoids and having excellent dimensional stability; and a production method therefor. Provided is a porous polyether sulfone film having a surface layer (a), a surface layer (b), and a macrovoid layer interposed between the surface layer (a) and the surface layer (b). The macrovoid layer has a partition wall joined to the surface layers (a) and (b) and a plurality of macrovoids surrounded by the partition wall and the surface layers (a) and (b). The surface layer (a) and the surface layer (b) have pores connected to the macrovoids.
Abstract: The present invention provides a polyamide resin composition capable of simultaneously satisfying, with regard to a molded body, suppression of dimensional change upon water absorption, excellent abrasion resistance after water absorption, excellent impact strength, and high surface strength. The present invention relates to a resin composition comprising a glass fiber having a non-circular cross section, and a polyamide resin having a structural unit having more than 6 carbon atoms per 1 amide group, wherein a number average molecular weight of the polyamide resin is 20000 to 40000, and a content of the glass fiber is 15 mass % to 60 mass %.
Abstract: The present invention relates to a cell culturing method and kit. More specifically, it relates to a cell culturing method and kit using a support that is exposed to the air. It further relates to a method of culturing cells by allowing them to migrate onto a porous polyimide film.
Abstract: The present invention pertains to a porous polyimide film production method and a porous polyimide film produced using said method, said method including: a step (1) in which a poly(amic acid) solution comprising 40%-97% by mass organic polar solvent and 3%-60% by mass poly(amic acid) having an intrinsic viscosity, comprising tetracarboxylic acid units and diamine units, of 1.0-3.0 is cast in film form and immersed in or caused to come in contact with a coagulating solvent having water as an essential component thereof, and a porous film of poly(amic acid) is produced; and a step (2) in which the porous film of poly(amic acid) obtained in said step is heat treated and imidized. Shrinkage in the film longitudinal direction and transverse direction after heat treatment is suppressed to no more than 8% for each direction and the speed of temperature increase in a temperature range of at least 200° C. during the heat treatment is at least 25° C./min.