Leo M Landoll: Modified nonionic cellulose ethers. Hercules Incorporated, William S Alexander, October 14, 1980: US04228277 (149 worldwide citation)

Cellulose ethers are disclosed which have sufficient nonionic substitution to render them water soluble and which are further modified with a C.sub.10 to C.sub.24 long chain alkyl group in an amount between about 0.2% by weight and the amount which makes them less than 1% soluble in water. Hydroxyet ...

Joseph Brenner, Gary H Henderson, Robert W Bergensten: Process of encapsulating an oil and product produced thereby. Polak s Frutal Works, William S Alexander, July 27, 1976: US03971852 (127 worldwide citation)

Compositions, preferably in particulate form, comprising a cellular matrix having oil in the cells thereof in which the matrix comprises polysaccharide and polyhydroxy compounds in such proportions that the oil may constitute up to 80% by volume so stably held in the cells that the extractable oil i ...

Albert R Reid: Highly absorbent modified polysaccharides. Hercules Incorporated, William S Alexander, June 7, 1977: US04028290 (85 worldwide citation)

Modified polysaccharides having greatly increased water-absorbing and binding capacity are prepared by reacting a polysaccharide such as cellulose or starch in the presence of acrylamide, another vinyl monomer and a divinyl crosslinking monomer using free radical polymerization techniques. The produ ...

Glenn M Tom: Dicyclopentadiene polymer product. Hercules Incorporated, William S Alexander, April 28, 1987: US04661575 (82 worldwide citation)

A novel polymer product comprised of polymerized units of dicyclopentadiene and method of making the same as disclosed.

David J Hill: Heat sealable microporous polypropylene films. Hercules Incorporated, William S Alexander, March 29, 1988: US04734324 (65 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a microporous film having a heat sealable layer on one or both sides thereof. The porosity and permeability of the microporous layer are retained despite the application of the heat seal layer.

Robert Santora DeSimone: Bleach compositions containing perfume oils. Polak s Frutal Works, William S Alexander, September 12, 1978: US04113645 (56 worldwide citation)

An improvement in perfumed bleach solutions which comprises employing a quaternary ammonium salt as an inert dispersing agent for the perfume oil.

Albert R Reid: Superabsorbent cellulosic fibers having a coating of a water insoluble, water absorbent polymer and method of making the same. Hercules Incorporated, William S Alexander, December 5, 1978: US04128692 (54 worldwide citation)

Products having high absorbency for use in absorbent dressings and the like are prepared by precipitating a water-insoluble but water-swellable superabsorbent polymer onto the surface of a long fiber cellulose from an aqueous slurry and drying the resulting coated fibers by dehydration with a water- ...

Raymond T Leibfried: Organosilicon prepolymers. Hercules Incorporated, Mark D Kuller, William S Alexander, February 20, 1990: US04902731 (50 worldwide citation)

A novel organosilicon prepolymer, which is the partial reaction product of (a) a cyclic polysiloxane or a tetrahedral siloxysilane containing at least two hydrosilane groups and (b) a polycyclic polyene having in its rings at least two chemically distinguishable carbon-carbon double bonds, wherein t ...

Patrick J Cowan: Cross-linked organosiloxane polymers. Hercules Incorporated, Mark D Kuller, William S Alexander, October 31, 1989: US04877820 (45 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are novel, cross-linked or cross-linkable linear poly(organohydrosiloxanes) wherein the cross-linking units are derived from polycyclic polyenes. These polymers or prepolymers are prepared by reacting or partially reacting the poly(organohydrosiloxanes) with the polycyclic polyene in the p ...

Leo M Landoll: Surfactant-soluble cellulose derivatives. Hercules Incorporated, William S Alexander, January 6, 1981: US04243802 (44 worldwide citation)

Cellulose ethers containing an amount of hydroxypropyl, hydroxyethyl, or methyl radicals such that they are normally water soluble are further modified with C.sub.12 to C.sub.24 hydrocarbon radicals to a level at which they are water insoluble. These modified ethers are soluble in surfactants and ef ...