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Gary L Rempel, Hormoz Azizian: Polymer hydrogenation process. Polysar, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, August 7, 1984: US04464515 (107 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for the selective hydrogenation of the carbon-carbon double bonds in a copolymer of a conjugated diene and one or more copolymerizable monomers comprising hydrogenating the copolymer in the presence of (i) a monovalent rhodium hydride complex catalyst, (ii) a ligand compound, a ...


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Kwok John Chi Hee: Non-woven webs of synthetic fibres consolidated by means of carboxylated styrene-butadiene latices, and disposable articles made therefrom.. Polysar, July 31, 1985: EP0149880-A2 (92 worldwide citation)

A non-woven web of synthetic fibre(s) is characterized by consolidating (optionally impregnating) the web (optionally a dry web) with a binder (optionally a sole binder) substantially comprising a polymer or a latex, provided by polymerizing: from about 42 to about 68 parts by weight of a monoaromat ...


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Garry L Rempel, Hormoz Azizian: Polymer hydrogenation process. Polysar, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, March 5, 1985: US04503196 (83 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for the selective hydrogenation of the carbon-carbon double bonds in a copolymer of a conjugated diene and one or more copolymerizable monomers which comprises hydrogenating the copolymer in the presence of a monovalent rhodium hydride complex catalyst of the general formula Rh ...


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Richard Thomas Edwards: Plastic food package. Polysar Plastics, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, March 21, 1978: US04079880 (80 worldwide citation)

A plastic food package of base and lid components which have a locking means comprising a locking projection which is stiffened and a locking flap lockingly engagable with the projection. The locking projection in practical constructions is formed by projecting walls which meet to form a peak whereb ...


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Davis Stephen Custer: Ethylene-propylene copolymer.. Polysar, June 27, 1990: EP0374695-A2 (78 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to new ethylene-propylene copolymers and to a process for preparing the same. The present copolymers are characterized by having both of a reactivity ratio product r1r2 between 0.5 and 1.5 and an isotactic index greater than 0. The present copolymers may be obtained by ...


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Douglas C Edwards, James A Crossman: Dispersions of fibres in rubber. Polysar, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, April 21, 1987: US04659754 (73 worldwide citation)

Polymer-fibre mixtures with improved homogeniety of dispersion of fibres throughout the polymer matrix are prepared from fibres prior mixed or coated with a plasticizer which is compatible with both the fibre and the polymer matrix. Then the plasticizer-fibre combination can be mixed into the polyme ...


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Ernest Jack Buckler, Michael Hugh Richmond: Filled-polystyrene laminates. Polysar, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, July 18, 1978: US04101050 (53 worldwide citation)

Thermoplastic polystyrene laminates are disclosed, one of the layers of which comprises a filled polystyrene composition containing from about 5 to about 50 of filler, such as calcium carbonate, clay, asbestos, etc. The filled polystyrene composition is prepared from a filled polystyrene masterbatch ...


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Timar John, Mohammed Sheikh Azizual Hassan, Walker John: Puncture-sealing laminates and tires containing them.. Polysar, April 27, 1988: EP0264506-A1 (46 worldwide citation)

A tubeless pneumatic tire includes an inner liner having puncture-sealing characteristics, the inner liner being a novel puncture-sealing laminate having an outer halobutyl polymer-containing layer and an inner polymer-containing layer, the inner layer of the laminate having been reacted with a zinc ...


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Munmaya K Mishra, Akhtar Osman: Living cationic polymerization process. Polysar, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, July 24, 1990: US04943616 (46 worldwide citation)

A polymerization process is provided for producing a terminally functional polymer which comprises introducing a monomer charge, a Lewis acid and an organic peroxy compound into a suitable reaction vessel and polymerizing the monomer charge at a temperature of from about 0.degree. to about -80.degre ...


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Paul C Urban: Core-shell polymer for use in tire treads. Polysar Rubber Corporation, Joseph C Gil, Godfried R Akorli, August 17, 1993: US05237015 (46 worldwide citation)

A novel rubbery polymer suitable for use in tire tread formulations is characterized in that the polymer comprises polymer particles which have from 2 to 6 domains, each domain comprising from 100 to about 40 weight percent of at least one C.sub.4 to C.sub.8 conjugated diolefin monomer, from 0 to ab ...