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  • Goose Creek, SC
  • 2892 Ashley River Rd, Charleston, SC 29414 (843) 556-8672

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Susan Jayne Schlegel

License #:
316 - Expired
Category:
Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Issued Date:
Jun 1, 1995
Effective Date:
Sep 12, 2016
Expiration Date:
Sep 1, 2016
Type:
Alcohol and Drug Counselor

Resumes

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Estimater, Scheduling And Design Lead

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Estimater, Scheduling and Design Lead
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Susan Schlegel

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Susan Schlegel

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Sr Vice President, Bpo Operations At Marsh &Amp; Mclennan Companies, Inc.

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Location:
United States
Industry:
Insurance

Business Records

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Company / Classification
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Susan M. Schlegel
ESK PARTNERS, LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
Susan Schlegel
Vice President,Chairman
SCHLEGEL DOSEWALLIPS RIVER PRESERVE

Publications

Us Patents

Lignosulfonate Salts For Use As Dyestuff Additives

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US Patent:
47158646, Dec 29, 1987
Filed:
May 5, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/859384
Inventors:
Peter Dilling - Isle of Palms SC
Susan L. Schlegel - Goose Creek SC
Assignee:
Westvaco Corporation - New York NY
International Classification:
C09B 6700
US Classification:
8557
Abstract:
An improved lignosulfonate salt composition particularly suited for use as a dyestuff dispersant in azo dyestuff-containing dye systems wherein a sulfonated lignin salt is modified by ion-exchange reaction with an amine compound having a lower dissociation constant and pKa than the dissociation constant and pKa of the cation of the sulfonated lignin salt to provide a dispersant for an azo dyestuff which causes less color reduction of the azo dyestuff than the unmodified sulfonated lignin salt dispersant. More specifically, a sulfonated lignin salt having a relatively high pKa, such as a sodium or ammonium salt, is reacted with a lower pKa amine compound, such as triethanolamine, diethanolamine, or monoethanolamine, in amounts from about 0. 1 to 2. 5 moles per 1,000 grams of lignin to produce an ion exchange reaction between the sodium and ammonium cations and the amine cations to stabilize the lignin dispersant and inhibit its tendency for azo dye reduction in azo dye-containing dye systems.

Method Of Producing Improved Amine Salts Of Lignosulfonates

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US Patent:
47482354, May 31, 1988
Filed:
Apr 16, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/038955
Inventors:
Peter Dilling - Isle of Palms SC
Susan L. Schlegel - Goose Creek SC
Assignee:
Westvaco Corporation - New York NY
International Classification:
C07G 100
US Classification:
530501
Abstract:
A method of producing an amine-containing salt of a sulfonated lignin compound which may be effectively spray-dried for use in dry form comprising the steps of methylolating a lignin at an alkaline pH, lowering the pH of the methylolated lignin to precipitate the lignin, washing the precipitated lignin at an acid pH to remove impurities, sulfonating the methylolated lignin in the presence of a sulfur-oxygen-containing compound, an amine compound, and ammonium hydroxide and/or ammonium sulfite or bisulfite to produce an amine/ammonium salt thereof, and heating and spray-drying the sulfonated lignin amine/ammonium salt to effectively evaporate ammonia therefrom to produce the sulfonated lignin amine-containing salt in dry form.
Susan L Schlegel from Goose Creek, SC, age ~75 Get Report