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Mun F Tse: Ethylene-unsaturated alcohol or acid copolymer and epoxy crosslinker. Exxon Chemical Patents, Catherine L Bell, Douglas W Miller, September 7, 1993: US05242980 (14 worldwide citation)

A heat curable hot melt adhesive system is disclosed. The system uses an epoxy-crosslinking ethylene polymer component, a tackifier compatible therewith and an epoxy crosslinking agent having an epoxide functionality of at least 2. The ethylene polymer component may be either an ethylene copolymer o ...


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Nemesio D Miro, William M Chien: Titanium trichloride catalyst system for polymerizing olefins. Exxon Chemical Patents, Douglas W Miller, May 21, 1996: US05518973 (14 worldwide citation)

A TiCl.sub.3 catalyst system is disclosed employing the electron donor, dicyclopentyldimethoxysilane ("DCPMS"). Additionally disclosed is a process for polymerizing olefins in the presence of a catalyst system employing a titanium trichloride catalyst, an alkylaluminum cocatalyst, and dicyclopentyld ...


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Stefan B Ohlsson, Philippe De Cambourg, Willy J J Leysen: Multi-layer film. Exxon Chemical Patents, Douglas W Miller, March 21, 1995: US05399396 (12 worldwide citation)

Multi-layered films are disclosed which have a barrier layer and at least one seal layer. The seal layer is made with a copolymer of ethylene and ethylenically unsaturated ester. The seal layer is radio frequency (RF) sealable and the seal layer has an anti-block matted surface. The matted seal laye ...


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Narayanaswami Raja Dharmarajan, Periagaram S Ravishankar: Electrical devices including ethylene, a-olefin, vinyl norbornene elastomeric polymers. Exxon Chemical Patents, Douglas W Miller, October 7, 1997: US05674613 (12 worldwide citation)

Elastomeric polymers including ethylene, alpha-olefin and vinyl norbornene are shown to have improved extrusion characteristics, improved electrical properties, improved cure characteristics compared to ethylene, alpha-olefin, non-conjugated diene elastomeric polymers containing non-conjugated diene ...


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G Allan Stahl, Galen C Richeson: Propylene polymers for fibers and fabrics. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, Paige Schmidt, Kevin M Faulkner, Douglas W Miller, September 3, 2002: US06444774 (11 worldwide citation)

This invention relates generally to fibers and fabrics prepared using crystalline propylene polymer compositions comprising both propylene homopolymer and propylene copolymer. The propylene polymer compositions are prepared using at least one metallocene catalyst system in a polymerization process t ...


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Joel Edward Schmieg, Thomas Craig Erderly, Dennis George Peiffer, James Joseph Chludzinski: Method of processing polyethylene. Exxon Chemical Patents, Douglas W Miller, Frank E Reid, August 22, 2000: US06107454 (10 worldwide citation)

Melt processed linear polyethylenes are shown to exhibit improved processability through the addition of certain surfactants. Among the melt processing parameters improved are reduced head pressure, reduced torque, reduced motor load, reduced or eliminated melt fracture, or combinations of these par ...


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Bruce Allan Harrington: Process for producing elastic thermoplastic .alpha.-olefin/cyclic olefin copolymers. Exxon Chemical Patents, William G Muller, Douglas W Miller, Catherine L Bell, November 17, 1998: US05837787 (10 worldwide citation)

Rubbery, amorphous cyclic olefin/.alpha.-olefin copolymers in a molar ratio from 5/95 to 30/70. The copolymers are rubbery and have the general properties of thermoplastic elastomers, e.g. good elastic recovery, toughness, and high elasticity, and have a relatively low glass transition temperature ( ...


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Narayanaswami Raja Dharmarajan, Periagaram Srinivasan Ravishankar, Charles Douglas Burrage: Electrical devices including ethylene, .alpha.-olefin, vinyl norbornene elastomers and ethylene .alpha.-olefin polymers. Exxon Chemical Patents, Douglas W Miller, June 9, 1998: US05763533 (10 worldwide citation)

Elastomeric polymers including ethylene, alpha-olefin and vinyl norbornene are shown to have improved extrusion characteristics, improved electrical properties, improved cure characteristics compared to ethylene, alpha-olefin, non-conjugated diene elastomeric polymers containing non-conjugated diene ...


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Eric P Jourdain, Periagaram S Ravishankar: Elastomeric vehicle vibration damping devices. Exxon Chemical Patents, Douglas W Miller, November 5, 1996: US05571883 (10 worldwide citation)

Motor vehicle vibration damping parts based on an ethylene, alpha-olefin, vinyl norbornene elastomeric polymer are manufactured with more efficiency due to vibration damping part compounds having lower viscosity, easier processing than ethylene, alpha-olefins, diene monomer compounds, where the dien ...


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Larry C Wadsworth, Ahamad Y Khan: Meltblowing of ethylene and fluorinated ethylene copolymers. Exxon Chemical Patents, R L Graham, Douglas W Miller, November 28, 1995: US05470663 (9 worldwide citation)

High MI, high MP ethylene-fluorinated ethylene copolymers (preferably ECTFE) are meltblown through relatively large orifices. The web produced by the process is characterized by low fiber size and high strength.