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Carlisle M Herron, David J Cooper: Absorbent structure containing individualized, polycarboxylic acid crosslinked wood pulp cellulose fibers. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Bart S Hersko, Fredrick H Braun, Richard C Witte, August 11, 1992: US05137537 (407 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are absorbent structures containing individualized, crosslinked fibers. The individualized, crosslinked fibers preferably have a C.sub.2 -C.sub.9 polycarboxylic acid crosslinking agent reacted with the fibers in the form of intrafiber crosslink bonds. Preferably, the crosslinking agent is ...


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Walter L Dean, Danny R Moore, James W Owens, Howard L Schoggen: Absorbent structure containing individualized, crosslinked fibers. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Bart S Hersko, Thomas J Slone, Leonard W Lewis, April 18, 1989: US04822453 (100 worldwide citation)

Absorbent structures containing individualized, crosslinked fibers. The individualized, crosslinked fibers preferably have between about 0.5 mole % and about 3.5 mole % crosslinking agent, calculated on a cellulose anhydroglucose molar basis, reacted with the fibers in the form of intrafiber crossli ...


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Kenneth D Vinson, Byron J L Huff: Cellulose fiber-reinforced structure. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Thomas J Slone, Larry L Huston, Fredrick H Braun, January 15, 1991: US04985119 (89 worldwide citation)

A cellulose fiber-reinforced structure useful for building and construction made from a composition including a water-curable, inorganic binder capable of setting to form a matrix and pulped softwood fibrous material having enhanced levels of summerwood fibers.


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Paul E Gregory, Kenneth D Vinson: High opacity paper containing expanded fiber and mineral pigment. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Bart S Hersko, Thomas J Slone, Fredrick H Braun, August 28, 1990: US04952278 (83 worldwide citation)

A paper structure having both high opacity and improved tensile strength through the incorporation of expanded fiber and an opacifying mineral pigment, such as titanium dioxide, is disclosed. The addition of expanded fiber to the paper structure makes it possible to increase the opacity of the paper ...


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Danny R Moore, James W Owens, Howard L Schoggen: Twisted, chemically stiffened cellulosic fibers and absorbent structures made therefrom. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Leonard W Lewis, Bart S Hersko, Fredrick H Braun, February 6, 1990: US04898642 (77 worldwide citation)

Individualized, stiffened, twisted cellulosic fibers and absorbent structures made from such fibers. The fibers have an average dry fiber twist count of at least about 4.5 twist nodes per millimeter, an average wet fiber twist count of at least about 0.5 twist nodes per millimeter less than the dry ...


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Walter L Dean, Danny R Moore, James W Owens, Howard L Schoggen, Robert M Bourbon, Jeffrey T Cook: Individualized crosslinked fibers and process for making said fibers. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Leonard W Lewis, Bart S Hersko, Fredrick H Braun, December 19, 1989: US04888093 (68 worldwide citation)

Individualized, crosslinked fiber, and process for making such fibers. The individualized, crosslinked fibers have between about 0.5 mole % and about 3.5 mole % crosslinking agent, calculated on a cellulose anhydroglucose molar basis, reacted with fibers in the form of intrafiber crosslink bonds, wh ...


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Carlisle M Herron, Walter L Dean, Danny R Moore, James W Owens, Howard L Schoggen: Process for making individualized, crosslinked fibers having reduced residuals and fibers thereof. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Leonard W Lewis, Bart S Hersko, Fredrick H Braun, December 26, 1989: US04889595 (57 worldwide citation)

A process for making individualized, crosslinked fibers having low levels of residual crosslinking agent. The fibers are made by contacting the fibers with a crosslinking agent; reacting the crosslinking agent with the fibers to form intrafiber crosslink bonds in the substantial absence of interfibe ...


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Carlisle M Herron, David J Cooper: Individualized, polycarboxylic acid crosslinked fibers. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Bart S Hersko, Frederick H Braun, Richard C Witte, February 2, 1993: US05183707 (45 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are individualized, crosslinked fibers, and process for making such fibers. The individualized, crosslinked fibers have a C.sub.2 -C.sub.9 polycarboxylic acid crosslinking agent reacted with the fibers in the form of intrafiber crosslink bonds. Preferably, the crosslinking agent is citric ...


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Kenneth D Vinson, John P Erspamer: Cellulose pulps of selected morphology for improved paper strength potential. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Bart S Hersko, Gerry S Gressel, Larry L Huston, July 20, 1993: US05228954 (29 worldwide citation)

Cellulose pulp compositions of selected fiber morphology are disclosed. Of particular interest, are morphological forms of wood fibers with the potential to achieve improved paper strength without suffering the penalty of slow drainage rate. These cellulose pulps are especially useful for efficientl ...


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Robert M Bourbon, John J Ryan Jr: Process for making wet-laid structures containing individualized stiffened fibers. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Leonard W Lewis, Bart S Hersko, Fredrick H Braun, December 26, 1989: US04889597 (25 worldwide citation)

A process for making wet-laid structures containing individualized, stiffened fibers. The wet-laid structures are obtained by: providing a slurry containing individualized, crosslinked fibers; depositing the slurry of fibers on a foraminous forming wire; directing at least one stream of fluid upon t ...