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MARDONES, C; VON BAER, D; VERGARA, C; FUENTEALBA, C; ESCOBAR, D; RIQUELME, S. Process for increasing stilbene content in Vitis vinífera shoots pruning that includes: add 10-15% water in an orthoedric container, dissolve salt until saturation point; put horizontally a wire fastener; stack the shoots up to 55-65% of the container volume; close tightly to a humidity of 30-70%, 20-35 °C, light intensity of 0.1-15 lux, for 90-150 days. C.L., 54541. (A01H5/04; C07C37/00; C07C39/215), August 01, 2017. Appl. 201403417, December 17, 2014. 14 p.

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CARRASCO, J., URRA, N. Process for making a bioplastic based on starch capable of resist temperatures less than or equal to 230 ° C; and a bioplastic formulation. C.L., 54538. (C08B31/00), August 01, 2017. Appl. 201401128, April 30, 2014.

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PÉREZ, C., LARRAÍN, T., MATUS, X. Fertilizer to improve degraded soils composed of biomass combustion fly ashes, secondary sludge from the paper industry that contributes with lignin and gypsum; and their preparation process. C.L., 53760. (C05C11/00; C05D3/02; C05F11/00), January 13, 2017. Appl. 201301902, June 27, 2013.

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ARRASCO, J., ULLOA, A. Procedure to generate fuel briquettes from fly ashes generated from forest biomass boiler waste; and fuel briquette. C.L., 52958. (C10L5/00; C10L5/40) August 31, 2016. Appl. 200900155, January 26, 2009.

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WILKOMIRSKY, I., MORENO, E., GRANDÓN, H., BERG, A., MUÑOZ, C. Reactor system and its process for producing ultra-fast pyrolysis of organic plant material and generating bio-oil, charcoal and non-condensable gas comprising an inner fluidized bed reactor in which pyrolysis is produced and an outer fluidized bed reactor of charcoal combustion. C.L., 52520. (F16D31/02), May 12, 2016. Appl. 201201833, July 06, 2012.

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BERG, A; DOUSSOULIN, M; FLORES, E; FUENTEALBA, C; WILLIAMS, P. Concentrated food for ruminants, comprising: (A) 40% or less of slowly fermenting plant material or industrial by-products, (B) 50% or less of starch, and (C) 10% or less of carbohydrates soluble in wheat straw ruminal liquid containing 1-25% carboxylic acids. C.L., 52410. (A23K1/14), April 14, 2016. Appl. 201203759, December 28, 2012. 10 p.

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RIVAS, B., RODRÍGUEZ-LLAMAZARES, S., MALDONADO, A., PÉREZ, M., VENEGAS, C. Rigid monolayer container prepared by injection, useful for the preservation of fatty food comprising polypropylene homopolymer, polypropylene injected with maleic anhydride and modified clay. C.L., 50285. (C08K3/34; C08L23/12), September 05, 2014. Sol. 201001321, November 29, 2010.

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MALDONADO, A., CASTAÑO, J., CASTILLO, S. Biodegradable composition to elaborate containers for transporting food comprising polylactic acid, soybean and olive oil, 0.01-0.5% nucleating agents as microcrystalline talc, sodium benzoate and nanoclays with a 10-30 micron diameter and 1- 10% of plasticizers such as glycols, polyethers and trietilacetil citrate. C.L., 50162. (C08K13/02; C08L67/04), July 21, 2014. Appl. 201201763, June 27, 2012.

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NAVARRETE, P., MALDONADO, A., BERG, A., VENEGAS, C., MELO, R. Densified wood pellet to feed an extrusion equipment to produce wood and plastic composite materials that can’t be disintegrated, comprising A) Sawdust or wood dust and B) binder composed of linear N-alkanes, esters from fatty acids with high molecular weight alcohols, vegetable or animal wax and triacylglycerols. C.L., 50030. (B29K9/14; B27N5/00; C08J3/12) June 23, 2014. Appl. 200702029, July 12, 2007.

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WILKOMIRSKY, I. Rapid cooling equipment for organic or inorganic vapors comprising a truncated double conical body with external cooling jacket; a top vapors inlet and an annular chamber, with perforations for the cold gas; an inner central cone with baffles; lower accumulation zone. C.L., 49139. (B01D47/02; C10G9/14), June 06, 2014. Appl. 200902227, December 29, 2009.

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ZÚÑIGA, A., OLIVARI, C., MALDONADO, A., VENEGAS, C. Electromechanical device useful to provide a non-slip surface finish to extruded profiles of plastic-based composite materials, being provided with a three-phase electric motor, a metallic structural frame provided with 4 metal pillars, circular steel wire brushes, metal rollers and lateral guides metal of rectangular section. C.L., 49374. (B29C59/04), July 26, 2013. Appl. 201001629, December 30, 2010.

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SÁNCHEZ, M., PARADA, F., JARA, R., CARRASCO, J. Process for the extraction of molybdenum and copper contained in solidified slags comprising slag blasting, curing, leaching, recovery of molybdenum by ion exchange, elution, molybdenum salt crystallization, salt calcination, solvent extraction of copper and electrowinning of the extracted copper. C.L., 49047. (C22B15/00; C22B3/08; C22B34/34; C22B7/04) April 19, 2013. Appl. 200503137, November 30, 2005.

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BERG, A. Process to obtain bark or wood extracts comprising the comminution, sieving, solvent extraction, and extract concentration and/or drying stages, wherein the extraction is carried out with an aliphatic alcohol of low molecular weight with a concentration of at least 80%, particle size range of bark or wood from 2 to 10 mm. C.L., 48761. (B01D11/02; B03B5/30; C07G17/00; C08H5/04), December 05, 2012. Appl. 200401371, June 04, 2004. 23 p.

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SEEGER, B. Procedure for the massive destruction of toxic and hazardous waste organic substances comprising the oxidation of said substances with pure oxygen or air and nitrogen oxides, which leads to stable products in equilibrium with nature. C.L., 48276. (B01D175/10; B01D53/14; B01J27/24; B01J8/22) March 27, 2012. Appl. 200402226, September 01, 2004.

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BERG, A., NAVARRETE, P., OLAVE, L. Process for obtaining low and medium molecular weight polyphenols from bark comprising solid-liquid extraction with alcohol where the operating temperature is 40 to 160 degrees Celsius, fractionation of the hydroalcoholic extract and separation of fines fraction from bark. C.L., 46359. (C08H5/02; C09J161/00), April 12, 2010. Appl. 200701266, May 04, 2007. 23 p.

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BERG, A., SEEGER, B., NAVARRETE, P. Process for the production of wood-based fire resistant reconstituted boards with good mechanical properties, comprising the impregnation of crushed wood with a solution of sodium silicate and other flame retardants, drying, gluing with phenol-formaldehyde resin and pressing. C.L., 45565. (B27K3/02; B27K3/16; B27K5/04; B27N3/00; C08K3/34; C08K3/38) September 28, 2009. Appl. 200501670, July 04, 2005.

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SEEGER, B. Process of accelerated petrification of lignocellulosic materials to increase their fire and pathogen resistance characteristics, which is carried out in an impregnation stage with an aqueous solution of an alkaline hydroxide, a soluble silicate and soluble metaborate salts. C.L., 45036. (B27K3/02; B27K5/00) June 12, 2009. Appl. 200202746, October 10, 2003.