Use of system made of peroxocarboxylic-donating substance and metal-modified polyhedral oligosilsesquioxanes under perhydrolysis, as activator for inorganic peroxygen compounds in oxidizing, washing, cleaning or disinfecting solutions

André Hätzelt (Inventor), Christian Kropf (Inventor), Jos B.M Wilting (Inventor), Hendrikus C.L Abbenhuis (Inventor), Gijsbert Gerritsen (Inventor)

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Abstract

Use of a system made of peroxocarboxylic-donating substance and metal-modified polyhedral oligosilsesquioxanes (I)-(IV) under perhydrolysis conditions, as an activator for inorganic peroxygen compounds in oxidizing-, washing-, cleaning- or disinfecting-solutions, is claimed. Use of a system made of peroxocarboxylic-donating substance and metal-modified polyhedral oligosilsesquioxanes of formulae (I)-(IV) under perhydrolysis conditions, as an activator for inorganic peroxygen compounds in oxidizing-, washing-, cleaning- or disinfecting-solutions, is claimed. M : metal atom comprising Al, Mn, Fe, In, Co, Ni, Ti, V, Ce, W, Mo, Au, Pd, Pt or Cu; L : anionic or neutral ligands; n : 0 or 1-5; A, B1 : -H, -ML n or -SiR1R2R3; R1-R3 : -OH,-COOH, -OR or R; and R : optionally mono- or polysubstituted carboxy-, phosphono-, sulfo-, sulfato- and/or hydroxy-substituted alkyl-, aryl-, alkaryl- or aralkyl- groups having 1-44C that are interrupted by one or more non-adjacent O-atoms in their alkyl chain. An independent claim is included for washing-, cleaning- or disinfecting-agent, comprising peroxocarboxylic-donating compound and metal-modified polyhedral oligosilsesquioxanes (I)-(IV) under perhydrolysis conditions. [Image].

Original languageEnglish
Patent numberDE102012217061
IPCC11D 3/ 395 A I
Priority date21/09/12
Publication statusPublished - 28 May 2014

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