John Yamamoto Rajiv Banavali
Rajiv Manohar Banavali, Randall Wayne Stephens, John Hiroshi Yamamoto: H, B, Preparation of M. Rohn and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, July 21, 2009: US07563934

A method for producing MnB12H12, wherein M is a metal or ammonium cation and n is one or two, by combining a metal borohydride and XBH3; wherein X is a substituted amine; a substituted phosphine; or tetrahydrofuran.

Brian Goodall
Brian L Goodall, Robert Howard Grubbs, Andrew Willis Waltman: Olefin polymerization catalyst and polymerization process. Rohn and Haas Company, Thomas S Deibert, May 2, 2006: US07037987 (5 worldwide citation)

A polymerization catalyst for the polymerization and copolymerization of olefin monomers and the copolymerization of olefin monomers with other monomers selected from, for example, norbornenes and styrenes are disclosed. The polymerization catalysts disclosed contain a metal center selected from Ti, ...

Dennis P Stack: Low viscosity, fast curing binder for cellulose. Rohn and Haas Company, James G Vouros, March 30, 1993: US05198492 (24 worldwide citation)

Low viscosity, fast curing binders for nonwoven cellulosic materials comprise an aqueous dispersion of discrete particles of a highly functionalized emulsion copolymer resulting from the copolymerization of a water insoluble olefinic non-ionic organic compound, a water soluble olefinic carboxylate c ...

James Keith Bardman, William Christopher Finch, Robert Mitchell Blankenship: Process for forming an aqueous polymeric dispersion. Rohn and Haas Company, Ronald D Bakule, January 6, 2004: US06673451 (12 worldwide citation)

A process for forming certain aqueous polymeric dispersions including a first emulsion polymer having an average particle diameter of 150 to 3000 nanometers and a second emulsion polymer having an average particle diameter of 40 to 600 nanometers where at least the first emulsion polymer particles, ...

Theodore Tysak: Multi-layer coating composition and method of preparation. Rohn and Haas Company, Stephen E Johnson, February 15, 2005: US06855403 (8 worldwide citation)

A method for preparing multi-layer protective coatings having enhanced durability with easy removability under conventional stripping conditions is disclosed. The invention is based on applying to a substrate, a first-coating composition that is removable, followed by application of a second-coating ...


Martin Vogel: Method for improving erasability or erasable marking compositions. Rohn and Haas Company, David T Banchik, Wendy A Taylor, September 5, 1995: US05447560 (5 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for improving the erasability of erasable marking compositions, while maintaining the opacity of the coating and without producing burnishing, by incorporating into the compositions voided latex particles having a shell polymerized from either:

James C Bohling, Beth Cooper, Melinda H Keefe, Margo Schaefer: Bimodal adsorbing latex. Rohn and Haas Company, Dow Global Technologies, Reid S Willis, October 18, 2016: US09469758 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a composition comprising a stable aqueous dispersion of large acrylic based polymer particles and small acrylic based polymer particles wherein the large polymer particles comprise structural units of a phosphorus acid monomer or a salt thereof; and wherein the small ...

Robert Wilczynski, Christopher R Eddy, John O Osby, Lan T P Hoang Nguyen: Inhibitor combination for lithium salt-catalyzed transesterification process and method for removing lithium salt. Dow Global Technologies, Rohn and Haas Company, Husch Blackwell, October 24, 2017: US09796650

A process to form a composition comprising an asymmetrical polyene, the asymmetrical polyene comprising an “α,β unsaturated-carbonyl end” and a “C—C double bond end,” the process comprising: reacting an alkene- or polyene-containing alcohol with an alkyl ester of an α,β unsaturated carboxylic acid i ...

Donald E Korte, Len F Lee: Substituted pyridine compounds. Rohn and Haas Company, Thomas D Rogerson, April 30, 1996: US05512536

Disclosed herein are herbicidal pyridine compounds substituted at the 2- or 6-position with an OR.sub.2 moiety where R.sub.2 is hydrogen, lower alkyl, halomethyl, lower cyanoalkyl, alkenyl or alkynyl, as well as herbicidal compositions and herbicidal use of these compounds.