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Carole J Markhoff Matheny, John Hay, David Rostoker: Nitrified bonded sol gel sintered aluminous abrasive bodies. Norton Company, David Bennett, March 5, 1991: US04997461 (214 worldwide citation)

Vitrified bonded abrasive bodies prepared from sol gel sintered aluminous grit particles and a vitreous (glass) bond exhibit improved abrasive performance by treating the surfaces of the grit particles so as to give them silica-enriched surfaces.


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Scott W Pellow: Process for the manufacture of filamentary abrasive particles. Norton Company, David Bennett, February 25, 1992: US05090968 (147 worldwide citation)

A device and process is disclosed for producing filamentary abrasive particles having substantially equal aspect ratios without further length reduction.


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David A Sheldon, Carole J Markhoff Matheny, Renato Terragni: High porosity vitrified bonded grinding wheels. Norton Company, David Bennett, April 20, 1993: US05203886 (116 worldwide citation)

Vitrified bonded abrasive bodies prepared from sol-gel sintered aluminous grit particles, a vitreous bond, bubbled alumina, and a sacrificial organic material exhibit improved abrasive performance, especially for creepfeed grinding products.


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David Rostoker, Carole J Markhoff Matheny: Vitrified bonded finely milled sol gel aluminous bodies. Norton Company, David Bennett, July 21, 1992: US05131926 (105 worldwide citation)

Vitrified bonded abrasive bodies prepared from sol-gel sintered aluminous grit particles and a vitreous (glass) bond exhibit improved abrasive performance by coating the surfaces of the grit particles with a metal oxide, preferably by means of an organofunctional metal-containing surfactant having a ...


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Robert A Rowse, Ronald W Trischuk: Modified sol-gel alumina abrasive filaments. Saint Gobain Norton Industrial Ceramics Corporation, David Bennett, December 13, 1994: US05372620 (100 worldwide citation)

Filamentary abrasive particles formed from a sol-gel alumina modified by rare earth metal oxides have excellent abrasive qualities.


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Paul W Kalinowski, Muni S Ramakrishnan, Charles V Rue, David A Sheldon, Brian E Swanson: Bonded abrasive products containing sintered sol gel alumina abrasive filaments. Norton Company, David Bennett, July 30, 1991: US05035723 (97 worldwide citation)

Resinoid and vitrified bonded abrasive products containing filament shaped sintered alumina based abrasive made up predominantly of fine alpha alumina crystals.


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Ajay K Garg, Arup K Khaund, Lawrence E Orne, Mark R Young: Firing sol-gel alumina particles. Saint Gobain Norton Industrial Ceramics Corporation, David Bennett, March 10, 1998: US05725162 (85 worldwide citation)

Sol-gel alumina that is dried but unfired can be explosively comminuted by feeding the dried gel into a furnace held at temperatures above those at which vaporizable materials are eliminated from the particles of gel. At suitably elevated temperatures the firing is sufficient to form fully densified ...


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Donald N Van Eenam: Polyamine/epihalohydrin reaction products. Monsanto Company, David Bennett, William J Farrington, Edward P Grattan, September 16, 1980: US04222921 (85 worldwide citation)

An improved wet strength resin prepared from a polyamine and an epihalohydrin is obtained with improved yield if the polyamine is formed by the polymerization of a quaternary amine in the presence of an anion derived from an acid in which the final pKa is less than 2.


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John P Petrovich, David L Taylor: Cellulosic paper containing the reaction product of a dihaloalkane alkylene diamine adduct and epihalohydrin. Monsanto Company, David Bennett, William J Farrington, James C Logomasini, April 3, 1979: US04147586 (83 worldwide citation)

Cellulosic substrates containing a cationic resinous composition comprising reaction products of (A) adducts of certain dihaloalkanes and alkylene diamine and (B) certain epihalohydrins to increase wet strength.