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Jean-luc Dubois
Samuel Devisme, Fabrice R Chopinez, Christian Laurichesse, Thomas Roussel, Jean Luc Dubois: Manufacture of ethylene/carboxylic acid copolymers from renewable materials, copolymers obtained and uses. January 26, 2012: US20120021156-A1

The present application relates to a process for the manufacture of copolymers of ethylene and of at least one vinyl ester, comprising the following steps: a) fermentation of renewable starting materials so as to produce at least one alcohol comprising ethanol; b) dehydration of the alcohol obtained ...


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Jean-luc Dubois
Samuel Devisme, Fabrice R Chopinez, Christian Laurichesse, Thomas Roussel, Jean Luc Dubois: Manufacture of ethylene/carboxylic acid vinyl ester copolymers from renewable materials, copolymers obtained and uses. Arkema France, November 24, 2011: US20110287204-A1

The present application relates to a process for the manufacture of copolymers of ethylene and of at least one vinyl ester, comprising the following steps: a) fermentation of renewable starting materials so as to produce at least one alcohol comprising ethanol; b) dehydration of the alcohol obtained ...


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Martin Baumert, François Court, Christian Laurichesse: Hot-melt adhesives based on polyamide-block graft copolymers. Arkema, Millen White Zelano Branigan P C, January 25, 2005: US06846874 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a hot-melt adhesive composition comprising: 20 to 80% of a blend comprising: 50 to 100% of (A), which denotes a polyamide-block graft copolymer consisting of a polyolefin backbone and at least one polyamide graft, 0 to 50% of at least one polymer (B) chosen from poly ...


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Celine Lardoux, Christian Laurichesse: Packaging of reactive hot-melt adhesives. ATO Findley, Bell Boyd & Lloyd, November 30, 1999: US05992130

The invention relates to a process for packaging reactive hot-melt adhesive, which consists of pouring the adhesive composition in the molten state directly into a container (1) coated with a material (2) which is abherent on its inner face and with a material (3) which is moistureproof on its outer ...


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Stéphanie Magnet, Olivier Guerret, Nicolas Passade Boupat, Christian Laurichesse, Nour Eddine El Bounia: Method of obtaining block copolymers and uses thereof in adhesive compositions. Arkema France, Thomas F Roland, January 19, 2010: US07649066

The present invention describes linear or star block copolymers, their process of preparation and their use in adhesive compositions, in particular as pressure-sensitive adhesive. The copolymers of the invention are prepared by controlled radical polymerization by nitroxides; they exhibit at least o ...


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Stephanie Magnet, Olivier Guerret, Nicolas Passade Boupat, Christian Laurichesse, Nour Eddine El Boubia: Method of obtaining block copolymers and uses thereof in adhesive compositions. Arkema, Patent Department 26th Floor, January 25, 2007: US20070021568-A1

The present invention describes linear or star block copolymers, their process of preparation and their use in adhesive compositions, in particular as pressure-sensitive adhesive. The copolymers of the invention are prepared by controlled radical polymerization by nitroxides; they exhibit at least o ...


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Martin Baumert, Francois Court, Christian Laurichesse: Hot-melt adhesives based on polyamide-block graft copolymers. Atofina, Millen White Zelano & Branigan PC, February 5, 2004: US20040024127-A1

The present invention relates to a hot-melt adhesive composition comprising: 20 to 80% of a blend comprising: 50 to 100% of (A), which denotes a polyamide-block graft copolymer consisting of a polyolefin backbone and at least one polyamide graft, 0 to 50% of at least one polymer (B) chosen from poly ...


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Denis Bertin, Ludovic Dumont, Jean Pierre Lascombe, Martin Baumert, Olivier Guerret, Christian Laurichesse: Heat-reversible polymers with nitroxide functions. David J Alexander, Fina Technology, July 24, 2003: US20030139536-A1

The invention concerns a method for preparing resins branched or crosslinked by heat treatment with a polymer in the presence of a multinitroxide and optionally a free radical initiator, to obtain a resin exhibiting properties of beat reversibility. The initial polymer can be a rubber or a thermopla ...


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Isabelle Betremieux, Christophe Verge, Karine Loyen, Christian Laurichesse: Aqueous dispersion in a formulation for floor adhesives. Smith Gambrell & Russell, April 3, 2003: US20030065089-A1

The invention describes the use in a formulation for floor adhesives of an aqueous dispersion containing from 5 to 70% by weight of at least one polymer having a glass transition temperature below 0° C. and carrying a ureido functional group. The dispersions of the invention do not give off volatile ...


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Samuel Devisme, Nicolas Dufaure, Christian Laurichesse, Manuel Hidalgo: Olefin Polymers Having Associative Groups, and Adhesives Containing Same. May 10, 2012: US20120116010-A1

The present invention relates to olefin polymers having associative groups containing nitrogen heterocyclic compounds, to hot-melt adhesives including such polymers, and to method for producing same. Specifically, the invention relates to a polymer comprising units from ethylene and from a monomer h ...



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