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Miller George T: Flame retardant cellulosic materials. Hooker Chemicals & Plastics Corporation, Casella Peter F, Studley Donald C, Crossetta Jr William J, August 19, 1975: US3900327 (19 worldwide citation)

Cellulosic materials such as paper, wood, cotton, rayon and the like are rendered flame retardant by the intimate association therewith of an effective flame retardant amount of a reaction product of aqueous solution of phosphoric acid or an acid ammonium phosphate and an alkylene oxide e.g., ethyle ...


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Kenneth S Mrazek, Brian Crumblehulme: Electrolytic cell membrane conditioning. Hooker Chemicals & Plastics Corporation, Peter F Casella, Herbert W Mylius, December 28, 1976: US04000057 (19 worldwide citation)

A permselective membrane, suitable for use in electrolytic cells, is conditioned for such use by expanding it to a desirable extent by immersing it in or coating it with a liquid solvent system in which the membrane exhibits a substantially flat expansion vs. time curve for at least the first four h ...


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Ralph Falvo: Electrolysis method. Hooker Chemicals & Plastics Corporation, Peter F Casella, Herbert W Mylius, August 24, 1976: US03976549 (18 worldwide citation)

An improved method and apparatus for the electrolysis of ionizable chemical compounds is disclosed including specifically a process for the production of chlorine and caustic soda containing low concentrations of sodium chloride by the electrolysis of brine which comprises electrolyzing brine soluti ...


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Christine A Lazarz, Ursula I Keller, Edward H Cook Jr: Processes of wetting hydrophobic fluoropolymer separators. Hooker Chemicals & Plastics, Peter F Casella, Howard M Ellis, February 24, 1981: US04252878 (18 worldwide citation)

Hydrophobic polymeric separators are made wettable to electrolytic cell fluids by a post-manufacturing process of treating with fluorinated surface-active agents. The application of a hydrophilic film of fluorosurfactant onto separator surfaces followed by drying renders the separator permanently we ...


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Luciano Mose, Helmut Schurig, Bernd Strasser: Electrode element for monopolar electrolysis cells. Hooker Chemicals & Plastics, Peter F Casella, William G Gosz, July 1, 1980: US04210516 (18 worldwide citation)

Electrode elements are provided for monopolar electrolysis cells useful in chlor-alkali electrolysis and having two vertical, planar, opposed electrode surfaces, said surfaces being substantially parallel and spaced apart from one another and being electrically fastened to an electrode frame, said e ...


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Stone Jonathan A, Bluemle Albert W: Foundry aggregate binders. Hooker Chemicals & Plastics Corporation, Casella Peter F, Mudd James F, December 9, 1975: US3925296 (18 worldwide citation)

Binders for foundry aggregates comprise (1) a phenolic compound and an organic polyisocyanate, (2) a substantially non-aqueous, organic solvent soluble condensation product of a furan alcohol and an aldehyde, a polyisocyanate and a phenolic compound, and (3) an organic polyisocyanate and a substanti ...


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John K Howell Jr: Water-borne coating for metal surfaces. Hooker Chemicals & Plastics, Arthur E Kluegel, Richard P Mueller, September 15, 1981: US04289826 (18 worldwide citation)

Aqueous compositions are employed to form a protective coating on metal surfaces, in particular, ferrous or tin surfaces, and are especially useful for the coating of blackplate or tin-plated cans. The compositions contain, in the form of an aqueous emulsion, an epoxy resin, an alkylated melamine-fo ...


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Willis T Schwartz Jr: Low profile additives in polyester systems. Hooker Chemicals & Plastics, Peter F Casella, James F Mudd, William G Gosz, July 11, 1978: US04100229 (17 worldwide citation)

Polymerizable polyester molding compositions having good shrinkage control comprise (1) a polymerizable polyester, and (2) a low profile additive comprising the reaction product of a styrene-maleic anhydride copolymer and a polydiene having terminal hydroxyl groups.


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Cook Jr Edward H, Emery Alvin T: Electrolytic method for the manufacture of chlorates. Hooker Chemicals & Plastics Corporation, Casella Peter F, Studley Donald C, April 15, 1975: US3878072 (17 worldwide citation)

Chlorates, such as alkali metal chlorates, are made by electrolyzing brine in a cell having a plurality of compartments or zones therein preferably three, wherein anode and cathode compartments are separated by a buffer compartment formed by permselective membranes of a hydrolyzed copolymer of tetra ...


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Akio Takahashi, Geoffrey H Smith, George C Hopkins: Polyester modifiers for vinyl halide polymers. Hooker Chemicals & Plastics, Peter F Casella, James F Mudd, David A Stein, June 3, 1980: US04206291 (17 worldwide citation)

Polyvinyl halide or polyvinyl graft copolymers intimately mixed with a polyester derived mainly from an halogenated bicycloheptene carboxylic acid or anhydride such as chlorendic acid or anhydride and an alkylene glycol or alkylene oxide such as ethylene oxide are provided. The graft copolymers of t ...