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Romas G Cesas

from Naperville, IL
Age ~72

Romas Cesas Phones & Addresses

  • 465 Arlington Ave, Naperville, IL 60565 (630) 961-3896
  • 5 Arlington Ave, Naperville, IL 60540 (630) 961-3896
  • 5S465 Arlington Ave, Naperville, IL 60540 (630) 961-3896
  • 65 Arlington Ave, Naperville, IL 60540 (630) 961-3896
  • Lisle, IL
  • 5S465 Arlington Ave, Naperville, IL 60540

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Position: Production Occupations

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Neutralization Of Ethylenediamine Hydrochloride And Recovery Of Ethylenediamine

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US Patent:
2010006, Mar 18, 2010
Filed:
Sep 15, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/283679
Inventors:
Romas Cesas - Naperville IL,
Theodore Zajack - Alsip IL,
International Classification:
C07C 209/82
US Classification:
564498
Abstract:
In a neutralization and recovery process ethylene diamine hydrochloride (EDA-HCL) is neutralized and ethylene diamine (EDA) is recovered using a mixture of solid caustic dissolved in a non-aqueous solvent, for example an alcohol.

Recovery Of Acetonitrile From A Waste Stream

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US Patent:
2012007, Mar 29, 2012
Filed:
Sep 28, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/891998
Inventors:
Romas Cesas - Naperville IL,
International Classification:
B01D 3/34
US Classification:
203 70
Abstract:
In an acetonitrile recovery process a waste stream containing methanol and acetonitrile is mixed with hexane and distilled to form a condensate having two layers, a top layer of containing hexane and a bottom layer of methanol and acetonitrile, where selective removal of one or both of these layers allows for a column bottoms product containing at 98 wt. % acetonitrile to be recovered.

Recovery Of Aprotic Amides

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US Patent:
4316846, Feb 23, 1982
Filed:
May 22, 1978
Appl. No.:
5/908275
Inventors:
Gilbert Gavlin - Lincolnwood IL
Romas Cesas - Chicago IL
Assignee:
Custom Organics, Inc. - Chicago IL
International Classification:
C07C103127
C07C10334
C07C10336
C07D20706
US Classification:
26032645
Abstract:
The present invention relates to the recovery of three aprotic amide solvents from their water solutions by extraction with a selected class of organic solvents characterized generally by having two electron withdrawing substituents, exemplified by fluorine and chlorine, located on a carbon atom which also contains a hydrogen atom.
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