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Deepak R Parikh, Robert S Cardwell, Brian W S Kolthammer: Ethylene interpolymer polymerizations. Dow Global Technologies, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC, May 20, 2003: US06566446 (169 worldwide citation)

A new process of interpolymerizing ethylene interpolymer products having improved properties, such as increased onset of crystallization temperature, is disclosed. Preferably, the process comprises interpolymerizing a first homogeneous ethylene/alpha-olefin interpolymer and at least one second homog ...


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Robert S Cardwell, Brian W S Kolthammer, Deepak R Parikh: Ethylene interpolymer polymerizations. Dow Global Technologies, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC, March 25, 2003: US06538070 (122 worldwide citation)

A new process of interpolymerizing ethylene interpolymer products having improved properties, such as increased onset of crystallization temperature, is disclosed. Preferably, the process comprises interpolymerizing a first homogeneous ethylene/alpha-olefin interpolymer and at least one second homog ...


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Michael K Laughner, Deepak R Parikh, Christian Daniel, M Stephen Edmondson: Ethylene/&agr;-olefin polymer blends comprising components with differing ethylene contents. DuPont Dow Elastomers L L C, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC, September 24, 2002: US06455638 (70 worldwide citation)

An ethylene/&agr;-olefin polymer blend is described comprising first and second ethylene/&agr;-olefin polymer components in which the ethylene content of the first component is at least 10 weight percent different than the ethylene content of the second component. These blends exhibit an improved co ...


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Malcolm F Finlayson, Craig C Garrison, Ralph E Guerra, Martin J Guest, Brian W S Kolthammer, Deepak R Parikh, Steven M Ueligger: Ultra-low molecular weight ethylene polymers. The Dow Chemical Company, April 25, 2000: US06054544 (67 worldwide citation)

The subject invention pertains to a non-pourable homogeneous ultra-low molecular weight ethylene polymer composition and a process for the preparation thereof. Such polymer compositions have longer lamella and a greater degree of crystalline organization than corresponding higher molecular weight ma ...


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Brian W S Kolthammer, Robert S Cardwell, Deepak R Parikh, Morris S Edmondson, Stanley W Smith: Metallocene-catalyzed process for the manufacture of EP and EPDM polymers. Dow Global Technologies, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC, April 8, 2003: US06545088 (62 worldwide citation)

Ethylene, an &agr;-olefin and, optionally, a diene monomer are polymerized in a process comprising the step of contacting (1) ethylene, (2) at least one C


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Yuh Chin Hwang, Stephen R Betso, Thomas J McKeand Jr, H Craig Silvis, Deepak R Parikh, Don J Germano, Seema V Karande: Paintable olefinic interpolymer compositions. The Dow Chemical Company, Dow Europe, March 16, 1999: US05883188 (56 worldwide citation)

Paintable thermoplastic polyolefin compositions are disclosed which comprise (i) about 20 to about 70 wt % of at least one graft-modified polypropylene, (ii) about 10 to about 40 wt % of at least one nongrafted or graft-modified homogeneously branched linear ethylene polymer, ethylene-propylene mono ...


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Lawrence T Kale, Pradeep Jain, David C Kelley, Deepak R Parikh, Sharon L Baker, Osborne K McKinney: Extrusion compositions having high drawdown and substantially reduced neck-in. The Dow Chemical Company, December 10, 1996: US05582923 (55 worldwide citation)

An ethylene polymer extrusion composition having high draw down and substantially reduced neck-in, a process for making such a composition and a process of using such a composition to prepare extrusion coatings, extrusion profiles and extrusion cast films are disclosed. The ethylene polymer extrusio ...


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Malcolm F Finlayson, Ralph E Guerra, Craig C Garrison, Martin J Guest, Brian W S Kolthammer, Steven M Ueligger, Deepak R Parikh: Ultra-low molecular weight ethylene polymers. The Dow Chemical Company, January 1, 2002: US06335410 (53 worldwide citation)

The subject invention pertains to a non-pourable homogeneous ultra-low molecular weight ethylene polymer composition and a process for the preparation thereof Such polymer compositions have longer lamella and a greater degree of crystalline organization than corresponding higher molecular weight mat ...


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C Allen Smith, Kenneth B Close, Richard C Beck, Jay S Shultz, David J Baer, Susan E Shawver, Paul W Estey, Deepak R Parikh, Kenneth B Stewart Jr: Laminates of elastomeric and non-elastomeric polyolefin blend materials. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, January 20, 2004: US06680265 (52 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven web made from a polymeric fiber blend comprising at least one elastomeric polyolefin and at least one nonelastomeric polyolefin useful as the elastic base sheet for a nonwoven laminate is disclosed. Preferably, the polymeric blend will comprise a nonelastomeric resin in the range of from ...


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Larry D Cady, Christopher J Frye, Philip Howard, Teresa P Karjala, Peter J Maddox, Ian M Munro, Deepak R Parikh, S Roy Partington, Kevin P Peil, Lee Spencer, William R Van Volkenburgh, Peter S Williams, David R Wilson, J Mark Winter: Polyolefin composition with molecular weight maximum occurring in that part of the composition that has the highest comonomer content. BP Chemicals, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner L, October 8, 2002: US06462161 (52 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a polyolefin copolymer composition produced with a catalyst having a metallocene, complex in a single reactor for the polymer of an &agr;-olefin monomer with one or more olefin comonomers, and a molecule weight maximum which occurs in that 50 percent by weight of the composi ...