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Morini Giampiero, Albizzati Enrico, Balbontin Giulio, Baruzzi Giovanni, Cristofori Antonio: Components and catalysts for the polymerization of olefins. Montell North America, August 28, 1996: EP0728769-A1 (150 worldwide citation)

Solid catalyst components and catalysts therefrom, the catalysts comprising the reaction product of: i. a solid catalyst component containing an internal donor; ii. an Al-alkyl compound, and optionally iii. an external donor; the internal donor and/or the external donor being cyclopolyenic 1,3-dieth ...


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Anthony J DeNicola Jr, Jeanine A Smith, Massimo Felloni: Foamed articles comprising high melt strength propylene polymer material. Montell North America, February 25, 1997: US05605936 (62 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a normally solid, high molecular weight, non-linear, substantially gel-free, propylene polymer material characterized by high melt strength due to strain hardening which is believed to be caused by free-end long chain branches of the molecular chains forming the polymer.


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David E Pierick, Thomas J O Neal: Embrittlement-resistant polyolefin composition and flexible articles therefrom. Montell North America, July 27, 1999: US05929147 (49 worldwide citation)

An embrittlement-resistant polyolefin composition, including: (a) at least 80% by weight, based on the total weight of the polyolefin composition, of a crystalline polymer comprising either a propylene homopolymer having an isotactic index greater than 90 or a random copolymer of propylene and eithe ...


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Anthony J DeNicola Jr, John W Mayfield, Thomas F McLaughlin, James R Beren: High melt strength, ethylene polymer, process for making it, and use thereof. Montell North America, April 16, 1996: US05508319 (47 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a normally solid, high molecular weight, gel-free, irradiated ethylene polymer having a density of from 0.89 to 0.97 g/cc characterized by high melt strength due to strain hardening which is believed to be caused by free-end long chain branches of the molecular chains forming the polyme ...


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Adam F Galambos: Propylene polymer yarn and articles made therefrom. Montell North America, October 3, 1995: US05455305 (47 worldwide citation)

Polyolefin yarn capable of increased shrinkage comprising continuous strand of multiple monofilament fibers or staple fibers of propylene polymer material consisting essentially of at least about 5 parts by weight, but less than 50 parts by weight of syndiotactic propylene polymer having a syndiotac ...


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Dominic A Berta: Thermoplastic elastomers with improved extrusion performance. Montell North America, September 3, 1996: US05552482 (44 worldwide citation)

A partially dynamically vulcanized or crosslinked thermoplastic polyolefin elastomer/uncrosslinked olefin polymer blend has improved extrusion performance. The uncrosslinked olefin polymer is selected from (1) a heterophasic olefin composition prepared by polymerization in at least two stages compri ...


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Decio Malucelli, Fausto Cocola, Francesco Forcucci: Polyolefin compositions and process for their preparation. Montell North America, November 12, 1996: US05574094 (39 worldwide citation)

Polyolefin compositions comprising one or more crystalline polymers or copolymers of 1-olefins having Melt Index values higher that 20 g/10 min, and, dispersed in the above mentioned polymers or copolymers, a cellulosic material in the form of particles or fiber, as well as the process for the prepa ...


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James Giacobbe: Olefin polymer films. Montell North America, September 26, 1995: US05453318 (39 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are films or sheets comprising a blend of 1) a heterophasic olefin polymer composition and 2) a copolymer of ethylene with a CH.sub.2 .dbd.CHR alpha-olefin, where R is a C.sub.1-8 straight or branched alkyl.


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Anthony J DeNicola Jr, John W Mayfield, Thomas F McLaughlin, James R Beren: High melt strength, ethylene polymer, process for making it, and use thereof. Montell North America, September 3, 1996: US05552104 (35 worldwide citation)

A normally solid, high molecular weight, gel-free, irradiated ethylene polymer is characterized by high melt strength due to strain hardening elongational viscosity, which is believed to be caused by free-end long chain branching of the molecular chains forming the polymer. The polymer is prepared b ...


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Ogale Kumar: Propylene polymer films and laminates.. Montell North America, July 19, 1995: EP0663422-A2 (35 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a film or sheet material comprising a blend of (1) a crystalline propylene polymer composition which is comprised of, by weight, (A) from about 30 to 65% of a copolymer of propylene with a C4-8 alpha-olefin containing from 80 to 98% propylene, and (B) 35-70% of a co- or terpolymer of pr ...