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Greville Machell, Robert L Mahaffey: Lightfast colored polymeric coatings and process for making same. Milliken Research Corporation, Timothy J Monahan, Terry T Moyer, July 27, 1993: US05231135 (143 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a colored polymer coating on a substrate is disclosed which comprises mixing a reactive polymer, a reactive colorant, and a linking agent, and reacting the linking agent with the reactive polymer and reactive colorant under suitable conditions to form the colored polymer coating. ...


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Donald M Chiarulli, W G Rudd, Duncan A Buell: Processor utilizing reconfigurable process segments to accomodate data word length. William David Kiesel, Robert C Tucker, Timothy J Monahan, May 31, 1988: US04748585 (140 worldwide citation)

An independently programmable, parallel processor for electronic computers for performing mathematical and logical operations is provided having an array of arithmetic-logic units which are interconnected so as to form dynamically reconfigurable segments of arithmetic-logic units within the array. T ...


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Stephen W Krajicek: Wet mop with interchangeable scrubbing pad and cloth wipe. William David Kiesel, Robert C Tucker, Timothy J Monahan, August 1, 1989: US04852210 (102 worldwide citation)

A wet mop for use with an interchangeable scrubbing pad and cloth wipe is provided, comprising a flat rigid plate, an elongated handle pivotally connected to the plate, a deformable cushion attached to the bottom of the plate and a plurality of pad grippers countersunk within the foam pad and having ...


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John W Rekers: Bis(3,4-dialkylbenzylidene) sorbitol acetals and compositions containing same. Milliken Research Corporation, Timothy J Monahan, H William Petry, September 17, 1991: US05049605 (68 worldwide citation)

Bis(3,4-dialkylbenzylidene) sorbitol acetals are provided for the formula: ##STR1## in which R.sub.1 and R.sub.2 are independently selected from lower alkyl groups containing 1-4 carbon atoms, or together form a carbocyclic ring containing up to 5 carbon atoms.


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Edward W Kluger, Patrick D Moore, Judy A Wagner: Washable ink compositions. Milliken Research Corporation, Timothy J Monahan, H William Petry, August 27, 1991: US05043013 (60 worldwide citation)

A washable aqueous ink composition having a viscosity of from about 1.0 to about 6.0 centipoises and containing from about 10 to about 50% by weight of one or more polymeric colorants of the formula: ##STR1## wherein: X is a polar group such as sulfonic acids, sulfonic acid salts, sulfonamides, sulf ...


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Edward W Kluger, Patrick D Moore, John B Hines, John G Lever: Irradiation detection and identification method and compositions useful therein. Miliken Research Corporation, Timothy J Monahan, H William Petry, February 12, 1991: US04992204 (45 worldwide citation)

A method for tagging one or a mixture of natural or synthetic materials comprising contacting the same with one or a mixture of tagging compounds containing one or more non-ionic luminophore moieties attached to at least one poly(oxyalkylene) moiety by means of a linking moiety; wherein said tagging ...


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Edgar H Pittman, Hans H Kuhn: Electrically conductive textile fabric having conductivity gradient. Milliken Research Corporation, Timothy J Monahan, H William Petry, April 7, 1992: US05102727 (40 worldwide citation)

An electrically conductive textile fabric is provided having a conductivity gradient created by varying the relative concentration of high and low conductivity yarns during construction of the fabric. In the case of woven and knitted fabrics, the relative number of high and low conductivity yarns pe ...


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Hans H Kuhn, William C Kimbrell Jr: Electrically conductive textile materials and method for making same. Milliken Research Corporation, Timothy J Monahan, H William Petry, December 4, 1990: US04975317 (39 worldwide citation)

Fabrics are made electrically conductive by contacting the fabric under agitation conditions with an aqueous solution of a pyrrole or aniline compound, and an oxidizing agent and a doping agent or counter ion; and then epitaxially depositing onto the surface of the individual fibers of said fabric t ...


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Clifford R King, John B Hines: Fugitive colorant and washable ink compositions. Milliken Research Corporation, Timothy J Monahan, H William Petry, October 22, 1991: US05059244 (37 worldwide citation)

An aqueous solution of a chromophore having at least one sulfonic acid or carboxylic acid functionality and a triethanolamine ethoxylate is provided for a fugitive colorant useful in ink formulations or to temporarily tint textile fibers. Preferably the triethanolamine ethoxylate contains at least n ...