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Chi long Lee, Donnie R Juen, John C Saam, Robin L Willis Jr: Storage stable heat curable organosiloxane compositions containing microencapsulated platinum-containing catalysts. Dow Corning Corporation, Robert Spector, August 23, 1988: US04766176 (101 worldwide citation)

Storage stable, one part organosiloxane compositions that cure upon heating by a platinum-catalyzed hydrosilation reaction comprise, in addition to the organosiloxane reactants, a platinum-containing hydrosilation catalyst that is microencapsulated within one or two layers of thermoplastic organic p ...


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Atsushi Togashi, Toshio Saruyama: Thermosetting organosiloxane composition. Toray Silicone Company, Robert Spector, May 21, 1991: US05017654 (87 worldwide citation)

The combination of a microencapsulated hydrosilylation catalyst selected from the group consisting of metals from the platinum group of the periodic table and compounds of these metals and a known inhibitor for this type of catalyst impart excellent storage stability to organosiloxane compositions t ...


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Chi Long Lee, Robin L Willis Jr: Method for preparing a microencapsulated compound of a platinum group metal. Dow Corning Corporation, Robert Spector, November 15, 1988: US04784879 (64 worldwide citation)

Compounds of metals from the platinum group of the periodic table compounds are encapsulated within a thermoplastic organic polymer using known prior art techniques. The presence of trace amounts of the encapsulated compound on the surface of the microcapsules is avoided by preparing the microcapsul ...


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Randall P Sweet: Extrudable silicone elastomer compositions. Dow Corning Corporation, Robert Spector, January 24, 1984: US04427801 (63 worldwide citation)

This invention provides organopolysiloxane elastomers exhibiting a desirable combination of high durometer hardness, tensile strength and tear strength, and a level of heat stability sufficient to retain these properties following prolonged exposure to temperatures above 150.degree. C. The elastomer ...


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Chi Long Lee, Gerald A Gornowicz, Frank P Larkin, Ryuzo Mikami: Container, method and composition for controlling the release of a volatile liquid from an aqueous mixture. Dow Corning Corporation, Robert Spector, December 27, 1988: US04793555 (61 worldwide citation)

Films and coatings formed from a specified class of organosiloxane/urethane copolymers are unique by virtue of their high permeability to volatile ingredients in the form of aqueous compositions and their inertness to the ingredients of these compositions. Containers wherein at least a portion of th ...


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Koji Shimizu, Mitsuo Hamada: Method for producing silicone rubber powder. Toray Silicone, Robert Spector, May 3, 1988: US04742142 (60 worldwide citation)

Powdered, cured silicone rubber in the form of microfine particles is prepared by emulsifying a curable liquid silicone rubber composition in a mixture of water and a surfactant at a temperature of from 0 to 25 degrees C., dispersing the curable composition in water heated to a temperature of at lea ...


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Loretta A Kroupa, Elton H Relyea: Extrudable, curable polyorganosiloxane compositions. Dow Corning Corporation, Robert Spector, February 19, 1985: US04500659 (57 worldwide citation)

The processibility of high viscosity, marginally extrudable polyorganosiloxane compositions containing a reinforcing silica filler and a filler treating agent to prevent crepe hardening of the compositions is improved by the presence in said treating agent of at least one component that is incompati ...


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Randall P Sweet: Polyorganosiloxane compositions useful for preparing unsupported extruded profiles. Dow Corning Corporation, Robert Spector, April 29, 1986: US04585830 (50 worldwide citation)

The presence of immiscible silica treating agents in high viscosity, pumpable polyorganosiloxane compositions alters the rheology of these compositions sufficiently to permit fabrication of unsupported profiles that retain their initial configuration during heat curing. The immiscible treating agent ...


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Jary D Jensen: Curable organosiloxane compositions. Dow Corning Corporation, Robert Spector, June 28, 1988: US04753978 (48 worldwide citation)

The tear strength of cured organosiloxane elastomers can be increased without adversely affecting other physical properties if the composition used to prepare the elastomer is curable by a platinum-catalyzed hydrosilation reaction and contains a mixture of two liquid diorganovinylsiloxy terminated p ...


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Loretta A Kroupa: Liquid curable polyorganosiloxane compositions. Dow Corning Corporation, Robert Spector, August 13, 1985: US04535141 (46 worldwide citation)

Curable polyorganosiloxane compositions that can be cured to yield readily deformable, tough, elastomeric gels comprise a liquid triorganosiloxy endblocked polydimethylsiloxane containing terminal vinyl radicals, a resinous organosiloxane polymer containing dimethylvinylsiloxy, trimethylsiloxy and S ...