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Eric J Markel, Weiqing Weng, Armen H Dekmezian, Andrew J Peacock: Thermoplastic elastomer compositions from branched olefin copolymers. Exxon Chemical Patents, William G Muller, Frank E Reid, November 14, 2000: US06147180 (138 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a thermoplastic elastomer composition comprising a branched olefin copolymer derived from olefinically unsaturated monomers capable of insertion polymerization having A) a T.sub.g as measured by DSC less than or equal to 10.degree. C.; B) T.sub.m greater than 80.degree. C.; ...


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Andrew J Peacock: Crosslinked blends of amorphous and crystalline polymers and their applications. Exxon Mobile Chemical Patents, Frank E Reid, Charles E Runyan, June 19, 2001: US06248832 (56 worldwide citation)

The present invention is broadly directed to a polyolefin polymer composition produced by copolymerizing one or more alpha-olefins and one or more di-olefin monomers in the presence of at least one stereospecific metallocene catalyst system and at least one non-stereospecific metallocene catalyst sy ...


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Andrew J Peacock: Method of preparation of crosslinked blends of amorphous and crystalline polymers. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, Frank E Reid, Charles E Runyan, November 27, 2001: US06323284 (48 worldwide citation)

The present invention is broadly directed to a process for copolymerizing one or more alpha-olefins and one or more di-olefin monomers in the presence of at least one stereospecific metallocene catalyst system and at least one non-stereospecific metallocene catalyst system. Crosslinking of at least ...


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Andrew J Peacock: Meso triad syndiotactic polypropylene fibers. Exxon Chemical Patents, Myron B Kurtzman, Catherine L Bell, December 21, 1993: US05272003 (23 worldwide citation)

Syndiotactic polypropylene fibers from syndiotactic polypropylene having a melting point of from 100.degree. C. to 160.degree. C. and desirably a polymer having blocks of repeating racemic dyads connected predominantly by units having a meso triad or a meso dyad and methods of making such fibers. Fa ...


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Andrew J Peacock: Ethylene based hot melt adhesives and modifiers for those hot melt adhesives. Exxon Chemical Patents, John E Schneider, Frank E Reid, November 12, 1996: US05574084 (16 worldwide citation)

Modifiers for ethylene copolymers for use in hot melt adhesives are provided, particularly modifiers for ethylene vinyl acetate-based adhesives which improve adhesive properties are provided. Blends comprising ethylene copolymers, modifiers and tackifiers and applications thereof are also provided f ...


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Andrew J Peacock: Thermoplastic olefins with low viscosity. Exxon Chemical Patents, Catherine L Bell, February 22, 1994: US05288806 (11 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a ternary blend of 20 to 50 wt. % of random propylene copolymer of approximately 2% ethylene, 10 to 40 wt. % ethylene/propylene rubber, and 20 to 50 wt. % high density polyethylene for use as a molded article.


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Andrew J Peacock: Thermoplastic olefins. Exxon Chemical Patents, M S Spiering, F E Reid, March 26, 1996: US05502112 (11 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a ternary blend of 25 to 45 wt. % random polypropylene copolymer, 20 to 40 wt. % ethylene propylene rubber and 30 to 45 wt. % high density polyethylene having excellent low temperature impact resistance and useful for producing molded articles.


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Andrew J Peacock: Reduction of flow marks in rubber modified polypropylene. Exxon Chemical Patents, M Susan Spiering, November 21, 1995: US05468808 (10 worldwide citation)

The addition of small amounts of low molecular weight visco-elastic rubber material to rubber-modified polypropylene has been Found to reduce the severity of flow marks that occur on the surface of injection molded articles.


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Richard R Eckman, Andrew J Peacock, Paul M Henrichs: Syndiotactic polypropylene, methods for producing amorphous syndiotactic polypropylene and applications thereof. Exxon Chemical Patents, Catherine L Bell, August 23, 1994: US05340917 (10 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to syndiotactic polypropylene having greater than 55% racemic dyads having elastic characteristics at room or ambient temperature, a method for producing said syndiotactic polypropylene and articles made therefrom.


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Jeffrey Alan Middlesworth, Andrew J Peacock, Matthew J O Sickey, Stephen D Bruce: Elasticized side members. Tredegar Film Products, Joseph A Tessari, January 18, 2011: US07870651 (7 worldwide citation)

The disclosure provides embodiments for elasticized members used as closures for garments, such as diapers, jacket cuffs, and similar articles, the elasticized member having an elastic body having an attachment region adapted for attachment of the elastic body to a garment and a fastener positioned ...