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Charles M Buchanan, Robert M Gardner, Alan W White: Aliphatic-aromatic copolyesters and cellulose ester/polymer blends. Eastman Chemical Company, Betty J Boshears, Harry J Gwinnell, August 29, 1995: US05446079 (135 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to binary blends of cellulose esters and aliphatic-aromatic copolyesters, cellulose esters and aliphatic polyesters as well as ternary blends of cellulose esters and/or aliphatic polyesters and/or aliphatic-aromatic copolyesters and/or polymeric compounds as well as fibers, mo ...


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Max A Weaver, Wayne P Pruett, Gerry Rhodes, Samuel D Hilbert, William W Parham: Toners for polyesters. Eastman Chemical Company, Bernard J Graves Jr, December 13, 1994: US05372864 (121 worldwide citation)

This invention provides certain blue substituted 1,4-bis(2,6-dialkylanilino) anthraquinones in combination with selected red anthraquinone and anthrapyridone (3H-dibenz[f,ij] isoquinoline-2,7-dione) compounds which provide a toner system useful in imparting a desirable neutral to slightly blue hue t ...


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Kishan C Khemani, James W Mercer Jr, Richard L McConnell: Concentrates for improving polyester compositions and method of making same. Eastman Chemical Company, Betty J Boshears, Harry J Gwinnell, August 5, 1997: US05654347 (120 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a concentrate useful as an additive in a polyester composition comprising a polyolefin and a polyfunctional carboxylic acid or polyol branching agent. Also disclosed is a method of preparing a polyester composition having increased melt viscosity and melt strength, and improved impact s ...


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Gerald C Tustin, Leslie S Depew, Nick A Collins: Method for producing acetaldehyde from acetic acid. Eastman Chemical Company, Harry J Gwinell, Matthew W Smith, September 19, 2000: US06121498 (117 worldwide citation)

A method of producing acetaldehyde hydrogenates acetic acid in the presence of an iron oxide catalyst containing between 2.5 and 90 wt % Pd, more preferably 10 and 80 wt % Pd and most preferably 20 and 60 wt % Pd. The catalyst has a specific surface area of less than 150 m.sup.2 /g. Hydrogen and ace ...


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Kishan Chand Khemani, Carlos Humberto Juarez Garcia, Gary Darrel Boone: Foamable polyester compositions having a low level of unreacted branching agent. Eastman Chemical Company, Cheryl J Tubach, Harry J Gwinnell, December 9, 1997: US05696176 (115 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for preparing foamable branched polyester compositions having increased melt viscosity and melt strength, and a reduced level of unreacted monomeric branching agent. The process involves melt blending (A) a composition containing a polyolefin and branching agent, ...


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Charles M Buchanan, Robert M Gardner, Matthew D Wood, Alan W White, Steven C Gedon, Fred D Barlow Jr: Aliphatic-aromatic copolyesters and cellulose ester/polymer blends. Eastman Chemical Company, Betty J Boshears, Harry J Gwinnell, February 4, 1997: US05599858 (113 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to binary blends of cellulose esters and aliphatic-aromatic copolyesters, cellulose esters and aliphatic polyesters as well as ternary blends of cellulose esters and/or aliphatic polyesters and/or aliphatic-aromatic copolyesters and/or polymeric compounds as well as fibers, mo ...


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Valerie Sue Adams, James Earl Hataway, Kenneth Alan Roberts: Process for preparing copolyesters of terephthalic acid ethylene glycol and 1 4-cyclohexanedimethanol exhibiting a neutral hue high clarity and increased brightness. Eastman Chemical Company, Andrew B Griffis, Harry J Gwinnell, October 28, 1997: US05681918 (112 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a three step process for preparing copolyesters exhibiting a neutral hue, high clarity and increased brightness. The process involves reacting terephthalic acid, ethylene glycol, and 1,4-cyclohexanedimethanol in a feed mole ratio of total glycols to dicarboxylic acid of 1.7 ...


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Charles M Buchanan, Robert M Gardner, Matthew D Wood, Alan W White, Steven C Gedon, Fred D Barlow Jr: Aliphatic-aromatic copolyesters and cellulose ester/polymer blends. Eastman Chemical Company, Betty J Boshears, Harry J Gwinnell, September 24, 1996: US05559171 (111 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to binary blends of cellulose esters and aliphatic-aromatic copolyesters, cellulose esters and aliphatic polyesters as well as ternary blends of cellulose esters and/or aliphatic polyesters and/or aliphatic-aromatic copolyesters and/or polymeric compounds as well as fibers, mo ...


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S Richard Turner, Bobby J Sublett: Low melt viscosity amorphous copolyesters with enhanced glass transition temperatures. Eastman Chemical Company, Cheryl Tubach, Harry J Gwinnell, September 19, 2000: US06120889 (107 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an amorphous copolyester having a maximum melt viscosity at 1 radian/second and at about 260 to about 290.degree. C. of about 12000 poise, a glass transition temperature ranging from about 88.degree. C. to about 120.degree. C., and an inherent viscosity of at least about 0.6 ...


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Max A Weaver, Wayne P Pruett, Gerry Rhodes, Samuel D Hilbert, William W Parham: Toners for polyesters. Eastman Chemical Company, Bernard J Graves Jr, January 24, 1995: US05384377 (106 worldwide citation)

This invention provides certain blue substituted 1,4-bis(2,6-dialkylanilino) anthraquinones in combination with selected red anthraquinone and anthrapyridone (3H-dibenz[f,ij]isoquinoline-2,7-dione) compounds which provide a toner system useful in imparting a desirable neutral to slightly blue hue to ...



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