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John P Petrovich, Donald N Van Eenam: Polyamine-epihalohydrin resinous reaction products. Monsanto Company, R Bruce Blance, December 12, 1978: US04129528 (92 worldwide citation)

Resinous reaction products wherein the hydrohalide salt of a polyamine is condensed with an epihalohydrin provides improved wet strength and improved dry strength to cellulosic substrates such as paper, paperboard, and the like. It has been found that the wet strength and dry strength of paper produ ...


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Donald N Van Eenam: Polyamine/epihalohydrin reaction products. Monsanto Company, David Bennett, William J Farrington, Edward P Grattan, September 16, 1980: US04222921 (85 worldwide citation)

An improved wet strength resin prepared from a polyamine and an epihalohydrin is obtained with improved yield if the polyamine is formed by the polymerization of a quaternary amine in the presence of an anion derived from an acid in which the final pKa is less than 2.


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Donald N Van Eenam: No/low volatile organic compound cleaner/degreaser composition. Buckeye International, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, January 4, 2000: US06010995 (28 worldwide citation)

A low volatile organic component stable, aqueous cleaning/degreasing composition in the form of a macroemulsion is formulated by combining (a) a nonionic surfactant having certain specified characteristics; (b) an oligomeric or mono/polyfunctional hydrophobe having certain specified characteristics; ...


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Donald N Van Eenam: Cleaner/degreaser concentrate compositions. Buckeye International, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, December 17, 1996: US05585341 (27 worldwide citation)

Substantially nonaqueous concentrates for use in preparing stable, aqueous cleaner/degreaser compositions in the form of totally water soluble solutions comprise (a) at least one sparingly water soluble organic solvent having certain defined characteristics; (b) a solubilizing additive consisting of ...


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Donald N Van Eenam: Aircraft cleaning/degreasing compositions. Buckeye International, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, May 14, 1996: US05516459 (25 worldwide citation)

Stable, cleaning/degreasing compositions for heavy duty exterior and interior aircraft cleaning and degreasing consisting essentially of


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Donald N Van Eenam: Cleaner/degreaser concentrate compositions. Buckeye International, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, July 23, 2002: US06423677 (24 worldwide citation)

Substantially nonaqueous concentrates for use in preparing stable, aqueous cleaner/degreaser compositions in the form of totally water soluble solutions comprise (a) at least one sparingly water soluble organic solvent having certain defined characteristics; (b) a solubilizing additive consisting of ...


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Donald N Van Eenam: Polyamine/epihalohydrin reaction products. Monsanto Company, David Bennett, William J Farrington, Edward P Grattan, November 3, 1981: US04298715 (20 worldwide citation)

A process for the production of a wet strength resin comprising polymerizing a diallylamine salt, separating unreacted monomer from the reaction mixture, reacting the diallylamine polymer with an epihalohydrin and finally adding an acid to stabilize the resin solution so obtained.


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Donald N Van Eenam: Polyetherene-polyacrylic polymerizable compositions. Monsanto Company, R Bruce Blance, William J Farrington, Paul D Matukaitis, May 28, 1985: US04520184 (19 worldwide citation)

Compositions comprising a non-air-drying polyacrylyl monomer and a polyetherene selected from the group consisting of oligomers of allyl glycidyl ether. The compositions provide hard, clear, glossy, abrasion resistant polymers.


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Donald N Van Eenam: Cleaner/degreaser concentrate compositions. Senninger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, December 15, 1998: US05849682 (19 worldwide citation)

Substantially nonaqueous concentrates for use in preparing stable, aqueous cleaner/degreaser compositions in the form of totally water soluble solutions comprise (a) at least one sparingly water soluble organic solvent having certain defined characteristics; (b) a solubilizing additive consisting of ...


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Donald N Van Eenam: Air drying process. Monsanto Company, David Bennett, William J Farrington, James C Logomasini, March 20, 1979: US04145248 (17 worldwide citation)

Polymers comprising a plurality of adjacent activated unsaturations and which are hydrophilic are particularly useful as wet and dry strength improvers for cellulosic substrates.