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Gerald J Guerro, Robert J Proverb, Robert F Tarvin: Temporary wet strength resin. American Cyanamid Company, Frank M Van Riet, August 12, 1986: US04605702 (156 worldwide citation)

A cationic, water-soluble acrylamide polymer containing an acrylamide, a cationic comonomer and, optionally, a second comonomer and having sufficient glyoxal-reactive amide substituents and --CH.sub.O HCHO substituents to be thermosetting, the polymer, before glyoxylation, having a molecular weight ...


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Roderick G Ryles, Dan S Honig, Elieth W Harris, Roger E Neff: Cross-linked anionic and amphoteric polymeric microparticles. American Cyanamid Company, Frank M Van Riet, December 15, 1992: US05171808 (64 worldwide citation)

Novel compositions comprising anionic and/or amphoteric organic polymeric microparticles are disclosed, along with a method for their production. The products are useful in flocculating a wide variety of dispersions of suspended solids and in paper-making.


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Dan S Honig, Elieth Harris: Charged organic polymer microbeads in paper making process. American Cyanamid Company, Frank M Van Riet, December 1, 1992: US05167766 (62 worldwide citation)

In a papermaking process, improved drainage and retention are obtained when ionic, organic microbeads of less than about 1,000 nm in diameter if crosslinked or less about than 60 nm in diameter if noncrosslinked are added either alone or in combination with a high molecular weight organic polymer, a ...


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Donald P Spitzer, Wei S Yen: Polymers containing hydroxamic acid groups for reduction of suspended solids in bayer process streams. American Cyanamid Company, Frank M Van Riet, August 30, 1988: US04767540 (51 worldwide citation)

The suspended solids content of Bayer process streams is reduced by contacting said stream with a polymer which contains hydroxamic acid groups.


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Joseph J Kozakiewicz, Sun Yi Huang: Emulsified mannich acrylamide polymers. American Cyanamid Company, Frank M Van Riet, September 11, 1990: US04956399 (51 worldwide citation)

Mannich (alk)acrylamide microparticles are produced at high solids contents without a significant increase in bulk viscosity by inverse microemulsion polymerization and provide superior dewatering characteristics.


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Roger E Neff, Roderick G Ryles: Cross-linked cationic polymeric microparticles. American Cyanamid Company, Frank M Van Riet, November 6, 1990: US04968435 (47 worldwide citation)

Novel compositions comprising cationic polymeric microparticles are disclosed, along with a method for their production. The products are useful in flocculating a wide variety of dispersions of suspended solids.


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Robert D Giglia, Edward A Battistelli: Non-woven activated carbon fabric. American Cyanamid Company, Frank M Van Riet, February 27, 1990: US04904343 (47 worldwide citation)

An air and water vapor permeable, toxic vapor absorptive non-woven fabric material comprising a web-laid sheet containing fibrillated acrylic fiber, and an activated carbon constituent selected from the group consisting of activated carbon fiber, activated carbon particles, and mixtures of activated ...


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Laura Elliott: Chemiluminescent device. American Cyanamid Company, Frank M Van Riet, March 21, 1989: US04814949 (46 worldwide citation)

A chemiluminescent device is disclosed wherein a first polymeric sheet having a shaped cavity therein is sealed around its periphery to a second polymeric sheet and the cavity contains (1) an absorbent article produced from a polyolefin, or a polyester or glass fibers and being of substantially the ...


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Richard F Jaisle, Terrence P Drees: Decorative laminate. Formica, Frank M Van Riet, September 25, 1984: US04473613 (45 worldwide citation)

A decorative laminate comprising a core of at least one sheet of saturating kraft paper impregnated with a blend of a phenol/formaldehyde resin and a cross-linked, acrylic copolymer and optionally, a melamine/formaldehyde resin, and a decor sheet impregnated with (1) a first blend of a melamine/form ...