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Goodall Brian Leslie, Benedikt George Martin, Mcintosh Iii Lester Howard, Barnes Dennis Allen, Rhodes Larry Funderburk: Addition polymers derived from norbornene-functional monomers and process therefor. Goodrich Co B F, February 19, 1997: EP0758657-A2 (8 worldwide citation)

Addition polymers derived from norbornene-functional monomers are terminated with an olefinic moiety derived from a chain transfer agent selected from a compound having a terminal olefinic double bond between adjacent carbon atoms, excluding styrenes, vinyl ethers, and conjugated dienes and at least ...


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Goodall Brian Leslie, Benedikt George Martin, Mcintosh Lester Howard Iii, Barnes Dennis Allen, Rhodes Larry Funderburk: Addition polymers derived from norbornene-functional monomers and process therefor. Goodrich Co B F, September 4, 1996: EP0729480-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

Addition polymers derived from norbornene-functional monomers are terminated with an olefinic moiety derived from a chain transfer agent selected from a compound having a terminal olefinic double bond between adjacent carbon atoms, excluding styrenes, vinyl ethers, and conjugated dienes and at least ...


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Janda Dennis Joseph, Barnes Dennis Allen: Process for incorporating particulate additives in a polycycloolefin.. Goodrich Co B F, July 26, 1989: EP0325223-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A procedure for distributing particulate additives in RIM and other reactive molded cycloolefin monomers is described. These additives are first dispersed in a solid or highly viscous polymeric material which is soluble in the monomer or monomers from which the polycycloolefin is to be polymerized, ...


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Goodall Brian Leslie, Benedikt George Martin, Mcintosh Lester Howard Iii, Barnes Dennis Allen, Rhodes Larry Funderburk: Addition polymers derived from norbornene-functional monomers and process therefor. The Bf Goodrich Company, sTUCKER Mary Ann, May 26, 1995: WO/1995/014048

Addition polymers derived from norbornene-functional monomers are terminated with an olefinic moiety derived from a chain transfer agent selected from a compound having a terminal olefinic double bond between adjacent carbon atoms, excluding styrenes, vinyl ethers, and conjugated dienes and at least ...