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Brookhart Maurice S, Volpe Anthony Frank Jr: Late transition metal catalysts for olefin polymerization.. Univ North Carolina, October 30, 1991: EP0454231-A2 (46 worldwide citation)

A polymerization catalyst and a method of polymerizing ethylene, other olefins, and alkynes with such catalyst are provided by the present invention. In particular, the polymerization catalyst comprises an active cationic portion of the formula LM-R wherein M is a Group VIII metal, L is a ligand or ...


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Brookhart Maurice S, Sabo Etienne Sylviane: Rhodium-catalyzed olefin dimerization.. Univ North Carolina, March 18, 1992: EP0475386-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

A process is disclosed for preparing functionalized linear olefins by dimerizing terminal olefins in the presence of a cationic rhodium compound. Novel rhodium compounds useful in this process are also disclosed.


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Johnson Lynda Kaye, Killian Christopher Moore, Arthur Samuel David, Feldman Jerald, Mccord Elizabeth Forrester, Mclain Stephan James, Kreutzer Kristina Ann, Bennett Margaret Anne, Coughlin Edward Bryan, Ittel Steven Dale, Parthasarathy Anju, Tempel Daniel Joseph, Brookhart Maurice S: Alpha-olefins and olefin polymers and processes therefor. Du Pont, Univ North Carolina, November 12, 1997: EP0805826-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

Bu bulusta, etilen, asiklik olefinler ve/veya seçilmis siklik olefinler, ve istege göre seçilmis olefinik esterler ya da karbiksilik asitler ve diger monomerlerin polimerize edilmesi için islemler anlatilmistir.Polimerizasyon seçilmis geçis metali bilesikleri ile katalize edilmektedir.Polimerizasyon ...


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Brookhart Maurice S, Kotov Vasilly: Separation of unsymmetrical diimines by liquid chromatography. University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, Brookhart Maurice S, Kotov Vasilly, BOWEN Alanson G Jr, November 10, 2005: WO/2005/105734 (1 worldwide citation)

Novel unsymmetrical diimines containing a polar group are made by preparing a mixture of the unsymmetrical diimine and two symmetrical diimines, for example by reacting a dicarbonyl compound with two primary amines. The unsymmetrical diimine is then purified by liquid chromatography. The unsymmetric ...


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Johnson Lynda Kaye, Killian Christopher Moore, Arthur Samuel David, Feldman Jerald, Mccord Elizabeth Forrester, Mclain Stephan James, Kreutzer Kristina Ann, Bennett Margaret Anne, Coughlin Edward Bryan, Ittel Steven Dale, Parthasarathy Anju, Tempel Daniel Joseph, Brookhart Maurice S: Catalyst compositions. E I Du Pont de Nemours &Amp Co, Univ Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, November 4, 2005: JP2005-307218 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide novel catalyst compositions useful for polymerizing ethylene, acyclic olefins, and/or selected cyclic olefins, and optionally selected olefinic esters or carboxylic acids, and other monomers.SOLUTION: Transition metal compounds such as Ni, Co, Fe, and Pd, and two nit ...


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Brookhart Maurice S, Kunitsky Keith, Malinoski Jon M, Wang Lin, Wang Yin, Liu Weijun, Johnson Lynda Kaye, Kreutzer Kristina A, Ittel Steven Dale: Polymerization of olefinic compounds. Du Pont, October 29, 2003: EP1355956-A2

Certain complexes containing ligands having a phosphino group, amino group or an imino group, and a second functional group such as amide, ester or ketone, when complexed to transition metals, catalyze the (co)polymerization of olefinic compounds such as ethylene, [alpha]-olefins and/or acrylates. A ...


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Johnson Lynda Kaye, Killian Christopher Moore, Arthur Samuel David, Feldman Jerald, Mccord Elizabeth Forrester, Mclain Stephen James, Kreutzer Kristina Ann, Bennett Margaret Anne, Coughlin Edward Bryan, Ittel Steven Dale, Parthasarathy Anju, Tempel Daniel Joseph, Brookhart Maurice S: Ethylen copolymers. Du Pont, Univ North Carolina, October 1, 2003: EP1348723-A2

Polymers are disclosed consisting essentially of units derived from the monomers ethylene and a compound of the formula CH2=CH(CH2)mCO2R, wherein R is hydrogen, hydrocarbyl or substituted hydrocarbyl, and m is 0 or an integer from 1 to 16, and which contains about 0.01 to about 40 mole percent of re ...


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Brookhart Maurice S, Sabo Etienne Sylviane: Dimerisation dolefines catalysee par le rhodium, Rhodium-catalyzed olefin dimerization. The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, DIMOCK STRATTON, November 6, 2001: CA2051148

A process is disclosed for preparing functionalized linearolefins by dimerizing terminal olefins in the presence of a cationicrhodium compound. Novel rhodium compounds useful in this processare also disclosed.


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Brookhart Maurice S, Citron Joel David, Schrekker Henri Stephan, Qui Weiming: Supported olefin polymerization catalysts. Du Pont, duanxiao ling weixin hua, February 27, 2008: CN200680006611

Certain Group 8-10 transition metal complexes of bidentate ligands can be supported on hydroxyl containing supports which have been treated with certain organometallic compounds. These olefin polymerization catalyst precursors can be activated for olefin polymerization by contacting them with specif ...