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Donald A Kubik, Charles I Davis: Melt-blown fibrous electrets. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Cruzan Alexander, Donald M Sell, Roger R Tamte, August 5, 1980: US04215682 (293 worldwide citation)

A persistent electric charge is introduced into melt-blown fibers during the melt-blowing process. When these charged fibers are incorporated into fibrous webs, they provide unique properties, including improved filtering properties.


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Donald A Kubik, James B Stake: Substantive sunscreening compositions. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Cruzan Alexander, Donald M Sell, Carolyn A Bates, October 23, 1979: US04172122 (50 worldwide citation)

Water resistant sunscreening compositions are disclosed comprising a cosmetically-acceptable oil base, at least one water-insoluble ultraviolet light absorbing material which is soluble in the oil base, and a water insoluble acrylate polymer having a solubility parameter of 6 to 10 in weak hydrogen ...


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Fred P Boerwinkle, Donald A Kubik: Volatile corrosion inhibiting article. Northern Instruments Corporation, September 22, 1981: US04290912 (26 worldwide citation)

Plastic articles having volatile corrosion inhibiting properties are described. The plastic articles comprise polyolefin polymer, an inorganic nitrite salt, a trisubstituted phenol and fumed silica.


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Efim Ya Lyublinski, Donald A Kubik: Systems and methods for preventing and/or reducing corrosion in various types of tanks, containers and closed systems. Northern Technologies International Corporation, Hudak Shunk & Farine Co LPA, September 13, 2011: US08017203 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to methods for preventing and/or reducing the occurrence of corrosion in a variety of articles including, but not limited to, tanks (e.g., storage tanks, septic tanks, fuel tanks, etc.); containers (e.g., shipping containers, storage containers, etc.); semi-closed syste ...


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Mehmet A Gencer, Sunggyu Lee, Abhay Sardesai, Donald A Kubik: Process for infusing an alkali metal nitrite into a synthetic resinous material. Northern Technologies International Corporation, Hudak Shunk & Farine Co LPA, May 15, 2007: US07217749 (1 worldwide citation)

A process for rapidly infusing a synthetic resinous substrate with an alkali metal nitrite, comprises (a) essentially completely dissolving the alkali metal nitrite in supercritical carbon dioxide to form a solids-free solution having from about 1 to 15% by weight of the alkali metal nitrite; (b) co ...


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Mehmet A Gencer, Sunggyu Lee, Abhay Sardesai, Donald A Kubik: Process for incorporating one or more materials into a polymer composition and products produced thereby. Northern Technologies International Corporation, Hudak Shunk & Farine Co LPA, May 15, 2007: US07217750 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to various processes that utilize one or more supercritical fluids to disperse various inorganic and organic materials, including crystalline materials, into polymeric compositions, substrates or pre-formed articles without the utilization of melt processing of the poly ...


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Efim Ya Lyublinski, Donald A Kubik: Systems and methods for preventing and/or reducing corrosion in various types of tanks containers and closed systems. Northern Technologies International Corporation, Hudak Shunk & Farine Co LPA, February 19, 2013: US08377531 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to methods for preventing and/or reducing the occurrence of corrosion in a variety of articles including, but not limited to, tanks (e.g., storage tanks, septic tanks, fuel tanks, etc.); containers (e.g., shipping containers, storage containers, etc.); semi-closed syste ...


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Ramani Narayan, Sunder Balakrishnan, Donald A Kubik, Mehmet A Gencer: Biodegradable polymer masterbatch, and a composition derived therefrom having improved physical properties. Northern Technologies International, Hudak Shunk & Farine Co LPA, August 30, 2011: US08008373

A biodegradable thermoplastic polymer masterbatch composition comprising a blend of at least one biodegradable thermoplastic polymer containing high loading of a particulate filler uniformly dispersed therein. The amount of the biodegradable thermoplastic polymer is generally from about 25% to about ...


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Efim Ya Lyublinski, Donald A Kubik: Systems and methods for heat activated vapor phase delivery. Joseph J Crimaldi, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, August 12, 2004: US20040157018-A1

The invention herein described relates generally to systems and methods for heat activated vapor phase delivery systems which can be used to deliver, with increased efficacy, at least one volatilizable compound. More specifically, the invention herein relates to systems and methods for heat activate ...


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Mehmet A Gencer, Donald A Kubik, Ramani Narayan, Efim Ya Lyublinski: Biodegradable shaped article containing a corrosion inhibitor and inert filler particles. Alfred D Lobo & Co LPA, September 9, 2004: US20040173779-A1

A biodegradable polymer (“biopolyrner) filled with more than 5 wt %, and up to about 35 wt % of an inert particulate filler so as to have a WVTR in the range from at least twice to about 50 times greater than that of low density PE having a melt flow index of 1 g/10 min, each of the same thickness, ...