Charles R Fay, Ralph W Barnes, Harold L Robinson: Settling process analysis device and method. Cytec Technology, F M Van Riet, June 3, 1997: US05635632 (56 worldwide citation)

A system and method for monitoring the dynamics of particle motion in a liquid-solid media including the rate of settling of particles, the identification of unsettled particle clouds, and the identification of unsettled particle clouds, and the identification and control of the bed level of settled ...

James V Cicchiello, Sun Yi Huang, Joseph J Kozakiewicz, Richard F Rice: Multimodal emulsions and processes for preparing multimodal emulsions. Cytec Technology, Claire M Schultz, March 16, 1999: US05883181 (48 worldwide citation)

Multimodal emulsions comprising a blend of at least one polymeric microemulsion provide for high solids and low bulk viscosity. Convenient and versitale processes for preparing multimodal emulsions are also provided. Mannich (alk)acrylamide polymeric microemulsions are among the numerous different p ...

John T Hartness, Guo Feng Xu: Resin composition, a fiber reinforced material having a partially impregnated resin and composites made therefrom. Cytec Technology, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, October 31, 2000: US06139942 (48 worldwide citation)

A partially impregnated preform employs a fiber layer partially impregnated with a resin to form a fiber reinforced resin composite. The fiber layer of the partially impregnated preform is formed of a plurality of parallel oriented tows, each tow formed of a plurality of unidirectional reinforcement ...

Peter Joseph Shukis, James Donald Carruthers, Vincent Joseph Lostaglio: High activity catalysts having a bimodal mesopore structure. Cytec Technology Corporation, Bart E Lerman, Michael J Kelly, January 18, 2000: US06015485 (41 worldwide citation)

Provided are high activity catalysts based upon gamma alumina containing substrates impregnated with one or more catalytically active metals, which catalysts in addition contain a nanocrystalline phase of alumina of a crystallite size at the surface of less than 25 .ANG.. Also provided are processes ...

Haunn Lin Chen: Anionic polymer products and processes. Cytec Technology, Joseph J Mallon, November 16, 1999: US05985992 (35 worldwide citation)

Aqueous dispersions of anionic water-soluble or water-swellable polymers are provided, where the polymers have an anionic charge of greater than 16% and where the dispersions maintain their form at a pH of 5.1 or greater. Processes for making these dispersions are also disclosed, as well as methods ...

Gerald Guerro, David Dauplaise, Rajiv Bazaj: Methods and agents for improving paper printability and strength. Cytec Technology, Pennie & Edmonds, October 20, 1998: US05824190 (31 worldwide citation)

Compositions containing hydrophilic polyacrylamide and hydrophobic surface size agents and the methods for using such compositions in paper and board to improve printability, sizing and strength are provided in the instant invention.

Paul S Waterman: Synergistic ultraviolet absorber compositions containing hydroxy aryl triazines and teraalkyl piperidines. Cytec Technology Corporation, Bart E Lerman, Michael J Kelly, Claire M Schultz, October 24, 1995: US05461151 (27 worldwide citation)

A hydroxy group-containing aryl triazine ultraviolet absorber represented by the formula: ##STR1## wherein the R moiety of the OR group is a linear or branched aliphatic alkyl group containing 3 carbon atoms substituted by one or more alkoxy groups of 1 to 12 carbon atoms, said moiety being further ...

Mark Donal Ryan, John Bradley Roucis, James Donald Carruthers: Stable highly active supported copper based catalysts. Cytec Technology, Pennie & Edmonds, October 23, 2001: US06306795 (26 worldwide citation)

Stable highly active supported copper based catalysts are comprised of copper oxide or elemental copper crystallites supported on mechanically stable aluminum oxide and are characterized by high surface area, small copper crystallite size, and high metal loading. The average crystallite size of the ...

Michael T Cooke, Laura J Hiscock: Porous polymer beads and process. Cytec Technology, Frank M Van Riet, May 24, 1994: US05314923 (25 worldwide citation)

Isotropic porous polymer beads having a high surface porosity and large pore diameters from about 0.002 to about 5 microns are produced from solutions of a polymer or a copolymer by a thermally-induced phase separation process. The use of mixed solvent-non-solvent combinations as solvents for the po ...