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Mitchell John H: Ethylene polymer blend and polymerization process for preparation thereof. The Dow Chemical Company, Jenkins M S, October 21, 1975: US3914342 (70 worldwide citation)

A high density ethylene polymer blend having improved impact strength and environmental stress crack resistance comprises a high molecular weight, non-elastomeric ethylene/propylene copolymer having a crystallinity of at least 5 percent and an intermediate molecular weight, high density ethylene pol ...


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Walles Wilhelm E: Heat insulating container having plastic walls retaining vacuum. The Dow Chemical Company, Jenkins M S, November 25, 1975: US3921844 (33 worldwide citation)

A container having a double wall construction of a structural plastic material is provided with improved thermal insulative properties by (1) metallizing at least one surface of each wall of the container with metal such as silver to provide a light reflective surface and to produce a partial barrie ...


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Walles Wilhelm E: Heat insulating container having plastic walls retaining vacuum. The Dow Chemical Company, Waterman R G, Jenkins M S, August 13, 1974: US3828960 (23 worldwide citation)

A container having a double wall construction of a structural plastic material is provided with improved thermal insulative properties by (1) metallizing at least one surface of each wall of the container with metal such as silver to provide a light reflective surface and to produce a partial barrie ...


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Heiser Edward J: Coatings containing plastic polymeric pigments. The Dow Chemical Company, Yates W M, Jenkins M S, December 10, 1974: US3853579 (22 worldwide citation)

A light weight coating comprising a convenient binder such as starch and small colorless plastic, polymeric particles which remain discrete and retain a diameter of about one wavelength of visible light. The coating, prepared by dispersing the plastic, polymeric particles in an aqueous media contain ...


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Loeffler Norman Raymond, Prindle Hershel Beebe: Polymeric pigments and method for preparation thereof. The Dow Chemical, Waterman R G, Jenkins M S, June 25, 1974: US3819557 (21 worldwide citation)

Improved polymeric pigments for use in paper coatings are provided by an emulsion polymerization process comprising the steps of (1) emulsion polymerizing at least 50 weight percent of total monomer in absence of emulsifier, (2) adding an emulsifier and (3) continuing emulsion polymerization of the ...


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Stain Jr S Douglas, Liu Gordon Y T, Hutchinson Lloyd B: Incorporation of reinforcing fibers into olefin polymers. The Dow Chemical Company, Waterman R G, Jenkins M S, December 31, 1974: US3857813 (9 worldwide citation)

Reinforcing fibers are incorporated into olefin polymers such as polyethylene by blending the fibers with the polyethylene in the form of a high bulk density, extrudable powder in which the particles posses a high degree of porosity. Thus prepared, the blends are ready for fabrication into reinforce ...


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Walles Wilhelm E: Apparatus for filling and hermetically sealing thermoplastic containers under vacuum. The Dow Chemical Company, Waterman R G, Jenkins M S, July 23, 1974: US3824762 (7 worldwide citation)

Thermoplastic containers are filled with materials such as particulate solids or liquids under vacuum and hermetically sealed in rapid succession by an apparatus having means for evacuating the container, means for filling and hermetically sealing the evacuated containers while retaining the vacuum.


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Loeffler Norman Raymond: Polymeric pigments and method for preparation thereof. The Dow Chemical Company, Jenkins M S, October 21, 1975: US3914196 (4 worldwide citation)

Improved polymeric pigments for use in paper coatings are provided by a soap-free, emulsion polymerization process comprising the steps of (1) emulsion polymerizing at least 20 weight percent of total emulsion polymerizable monomer, (2) adding fluid base and (3) continuing emulsion polymerization of ...


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Liu Gordon Y T, Smith Donald R, Bridges Robert D: Process for manufacture of high bulk density powders of olefin polymers. The Dow Chemical Company, Jenkins M S, September 23, 1975: US3907760 (1 worldwide citation)

High bulk density powders of normally solid, olefin polymers such as polyethylene are provided by polymerizing the olefin under low pressures ranging from about 5 to about 30 atmospheres in the presence of trialkyl aluminum and a titanium-containing catalyst component which has been prepared from ti ...