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Greville Machell, Robert L Mahaffey: Lightfast colored polymeric coatings and process for making same. Milliken Research Corporation, Timothy J Monahan, Terry T Moyer, July 27, 1993: US05231135 (143 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a colored polymer coating on a substrate is disclosed which comprises mixing a reactive polymer, a reactive colorant, and a linking agent, and reacting the linking agent with the reactive polymer and reactive colorant under suitable conditions to form the colored polymer coating. ...


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Frank P Civardi, Frederic C Loew: Treated fabric structure. Milliken Research Corporation, Earle R Marden, H William Petry, July 8, 1980: US04211806 (130 worldwide citation)

An artificial leather sheet material, comprising a layer of permeable fabric made of interlaced multifiber yarns, the lower face of said fabric having an open nap of fibers teased from said yarns and bonded together, and a continuous layer of polymer material on the upper face of said fabric. The bo ...


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Franklin S Love III: Printing method. Milliken Research Corporation, George M Fisher, H William Petry, January 12, 1988: US04718340 (115 worldwide citation)

A printing system incorporating a re-usable ink image transfer surface. A material which forms a thin hydrophobic layer is arranged by various techniques over a substantially hydrophilic transfer surface in a configuration which defines the desired latent image in terms of exposed, contiguous hydrop ...


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John P Cross, George H Britton Jr: Process for coloring thermosetting resins. Milliken Research Corporation, H William Petry, Terry T Moyer, August 18, 1981: US04284729 (114 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for coloring thermosetting resins, made by polyaddition reaction of a nucleophile with an electrophile, with a polymeric liquid reactive coloring agent suitable for incorporation in the resin with the formation of covalent bonds, said coloring agent having the formula:


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Michael W Gilpatrick: Radio-opaque marker and method. Milliken Research Corporation, George M Fisher, H William Petry, March 14, 1989: US04813062 (86 worldwide citation)

A crayon-like marker is described which is capable of making marks detectable by X-ray on various substrates, e.g., textile products. The marker is comprised of a waxy medium in which is dispersed a radio-opaque substance. Additional coloring agents may be added if desired.


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Franklin S Love III: Printing method. Milliken Research Corporation, George M Fisher, H William Petry, March 8, 1988: US04729310 (69 worldwide citation)

A printing system incorporating a re-usable ink image transfer surface. A material which forms a thin hydrophobic layer is arranged by various techniques over a substantially hydrophilic transfer surface in a configuration which defines the desired latent image in terms of exposed, contiguous hydrop ...


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John W Rekers: Bis(3,4-dialkylbenzylidene) sorbitol acetals and compositions containing same. Milliken Research Corporation, Timothy J Monahan, H William Petry, September 17, 1991: US05049605 (68 worldwide citation)

Bis(3,4-dialkylbenzylidene) sorbitol acetals are provided for the formula: ##STR1## in which R.sub.1 and R.sub.2 are independently selected from lower alkyl groups containing 1-4 carbon atoms, or together form a carbocyclic ring containing up to 5 carbon atoms.


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Kenneth B Higgins: Carpet tile with stabilizing material embedded in adhesive layer. Milliken Research Corporation, Earle R Marden, H William Petry, June 11, 1985: US04522857 (68 worldwide citation)

A freelay tufted or bonded carpet tile which has a carpet base of foam thereon to increase the comfort level and decrease fatigue to the person or persons walking thereon and also lowers the noise level due to a decrease in accoustical value.


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Robert L Mahaffey Jr: Polyolefin plastic compositions comprising meta- or papa-derivatives (choro- or bromo-) of di-benzyuidene sorbitol. Milliken Research Corporation, H William Petry, Terry T Moyer, February 1, 1983: US04371645 (67 worldwide citation)

A polyolefin plastic composition having improved transparency is provided which comprises a polymer selected from aliphatic polyolefins and copolymers containing at least one aliphatic olefin and one or more ethylenically unsaturated aliphatic comonomers, and a di-acetal of sorbitol in an amount suf ...


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