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Wen Li, Chon Yie Lin, Bryan R Chapman, Michael B Kelly: Fibers and nonwovens from plasticized polyolefin compositions. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, Michael Kerns, Catherine L Bell, September 18, 2007: US07271209 (42 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to fibers and nonwovens made from plasticized polyolefin compositions comprising a polyolefin and a non-functionalized hydrocarbon plasticizer.


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John A Cuculo, Paul A Tucker, Gao Yuan Chen, Chon yie Lin, Jeffrey Denton, Ferdinand Lundberg: Process for high speed melt spinning. North Carolina State University, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, March 20, 1990: US04909976 (37 worldwide citation)

The high speed melt spinning of synthetic polymer fibers is provided with on-line zone heating and cooling by which the strand emerging from the spinneret is initially cooled to an optimum temperature above the glass transition point of the polymer, the maintained near that temperature for a period ...


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Chon Yie Lin, Wen Li, Bryan R Chapman, Michael B Kelly, Bruce R Lundmark, David J Lohse, Henry Wu Hsiang Yang, Sandra Denise Schregenberger: Articles from plasticized polyolefin compositions. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, May 12, 2009: US07531594 (24 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to articles made from plasticized polyolefin compositions comprising a polyolefin and a non-functionalized hydrocarbon plasticizer.


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Chon Yie Lin, Bryan Robert Chapman, Chia Yung Cheng, William Michael Ferry, Michael Brian Kelly, Bruce Robert Lundmark, Wen Li: Polypropylene based fibers and nonwovens. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, Catherine L Bell, Kevin M Faulkner, August 16, 2011: US07998579 (22 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to fibers and nonwovens made from plasticized polyolefin compositions comprising a polyolefin, a non-functionalized hydrocarbon plasticizer and a slip agent.


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Pawan Kumar Agarwal, Weiqing Weng, Aspy K Mehta, Armenag H Dekmezian, Main Chang, Rajan K Chudgar, Olivier Jean Georjon, Chon Yie Lin, Michael C Chen, Galen C Richeson, Palanisamy Arjunan: Articles formed from propylene diene copolymers. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, Catherine Bell, Leandro Arechederra, October 26, 2004: US06809168 (17 worldwide citation)

The co-polymerization reaction of one or more olefin monomers, such as propylene, with &agr;,&ohgr;-diene units and the resulting copolymers are provided. More specifically, the copolymer may have from 90 to 99.999 weight percent of olefins and from 0.001 to 2.000 weight percent of &agr;,&ohgr;-dien ...


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Pawan Kumar Agarwal, Weiqing Weng, Aspy K Mehta, Armenag H Dekmezian, Main Chang, Rajan K Chudgar, Christopher R Davey, Chon Yie Lin, Galen C Richeson, Palanisamy Arjunan, Olivier Jean Georjon: Propylene diene copolymers. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, December 20, 2005: US06977287 (14 worldwide citation)

The co-polymerization reaction of one or more olefin monomers, such as propylene, with α,ω-diene units and the resulting copolymers are provided. More specifically, the copolymer may have from 90 to 99.999 weight percent of olefins and from 0.001 to 2.000 weight percent of α,ω-dienes. The copolymer ...


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Chon Yie Lin, Bernard Louis Bossaert, Michael Chia Chao Chen, Susan Chia Yu Yeh: Polypropylene polymers. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, Kevin M Faulkner, Shawn H Foster, June 26, 2007: US07235618 (13 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention include a polypropylene homopolymer synthesized from a metallocene catalyst system and methods of forming the homopolymer, the homopolymer having an aluminum and chlorine recoverables value of less than 25 ppm and a xylene solubles of less than 1 wt % relative to ...


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John A Cuculo, Paul A Tucker, Chon Yie Lin, Ferdinand Lundberg: Process for producing high strength, high modulus thermoplastic fibers. North Carolina State University, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, December 15, 1992: US05171504 (11 worldwide citation)

The invention provides improved thermoplastic high strength, highly oriented fibers and a process for producing the fibers by melt spinning a thermoplastic polymer to form a threadline, preferably passing the threadline through a thermal conditioning zone and then quenching the threadline. The quenc ...