Chemical Patents

A chemical patent can be obtained for any new and useful composition of matter, for example, chemical formulations, compounds, pharmaceutical compositions, etc., and their associated apparatuses, chemical processes, methods of preparation, medical uses, etc. Chemical inventions are considered in the same light as other technical inventions. A patent for an invention in the chemical or pharmaceutical field is decided on the basic patentability criteria of novelty, inventive step, and industrial application. All compositions of two or more substances and all composite articles, whether they are the results of a chemical union, or of a mechanical mixture, or whether they are gases, fluids, powders or solids, are patentable. Unicita Consulting Pvt. Ltd. has filed hundreds of chemical patent applications for more than 100 clients since 2003. Our experienced patent engineers and patent agents are skilled in performing conducting patent searches and drafting patent applications for chemical inventions in various domains such as:

• Pharmaceuticals
• Gas Separation Processes
• Electric Battery Systems
• Body Treating Compositions
• Food and Nutrition
• Heat Transfer Fluid Systems
• Waterproofing Systems
• Biochemical Processes
• Heat Transportation Systems
• Hybrid Nanoparticles
• Coolant Compositions
• Detoxification Systems
• Dental treatments

The following information is required for drafting a chemical patent application:
• A typical or broad range of feasible concentrations for each of the constituents of the chemical composition. For example, chemical A is about X% by weight
   (or volume) to about Y% by weight (or volume) of the chemical composition.
• Examples of different formulations of the composition to allow us to claim the formulation broadly. In one or more formulations, list the least number of
   essential ingredients that the composition must have to be efficacious. In the examples, the combination of ingredients should add up to a 100%.
• A process flow diagram or method steps that you follow to achieve the end result or final step in the invention. Describe each step in the process flow.
• One or more test cases or examples from the tests (using each example composition and typical concentrations) with real results, or with expected or intended
   results, or observations, etc.

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