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Pacifico V Manalastas, Evelyn N Drake, Edward N Kresge, Warren A Thaler, Lee A McDougall, John C Newlove, Vijay Swarup, Albert J Geiger: Breaker chemical encapsulated with a crosslinked elastomer coating. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Jay Simon, May 5, 1992: US05110486 (102 worldwide citation)

An encapsulated breaker chemical composition used in an oil or gas stimulation operation which comprises: a breaker chemical; and a pinhole free coating of an ionically and covalently crosslinked neutralized sulfonated elastomeric polyer of about 2 to about 80 microns thick deposited onto the surfac ...


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Edward N Kresge, David J Lohse: Composite tire innerliners and inner tubes. Exxon Chemical Patents, Myron B Kurtzman, John E Schneider, November 19, 1996: US05576372 (52 worldwide citation)

Tire innerliners and inner tubes are prepared from blends of general purpose rubbers and silicate clay. The clays provide the requisite low air permeability without adversely affecting the flexibility of the rubber composition.


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Albert M Gessler, Edward N Kresge: Elastomeric thermoplastics. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, H E Naylor, J J Mahon, January 2, 1979: US04132698 (51 worldwide citation)

Non-homogeneous, unvulcanized, paintable elastomeric thermoplastics suitable for use as injection molded automotive decorative and structural parts have been developed. These elastomeric thermoplastic compositions are comprised of a highly crystalline polyolefin, such as polypropylene, a noncrystall ...


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Bradley P Etherton, James J McAlpin, Terrence Huff, Edward N Kresge: Unsaturated propylene/.alpha., .omega.-diene copolymers. Exxon Chemical Patent, Myron B Kurtzman, Douglas W Miller, April 2, 1996: US05504171 (47 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are unsaturated .alpha.-olefin/.alpha.,.omega.-diene copolymers, and a method of preparation thereof. The copolymers are generally crystalline, free of gel and cross-links, and contain unsaturated side chains and long chain branching. The copolymers contain up to 5 mole percent diene incor ...


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Edward N Kresge, David J Lohse: Composite tire innerliners and inner tubes. Exxon Chemical Patents, Myron B Kurtzman, John E Schneider, November 19, 1996: US05576373 (45 worldwide citation)

Tire innerliners and inner tubes are prepared from blends of general purpose rubbers and silicate clay. The clays provide the requisite low air permeability without adversely affecting the flexibility of the rubber composition.


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Bradley P Etherton, James J McAlpin, Terrence Huff, Edward N Kresge: Method for preparation of unsaturated alpha-olefin copolymers. Exxon Chemical Patents, D W Miller, May 7, 1996: US05514761 (43 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are unsaturated .alpha.-olefin/.alpha., .omega.-diene copolymers, and a method of preparation thereof. The copolymers are generally crystalline, free of gel and cross-links, and contain unsaturated side chains and long chain branching. The copolymers contain up to 5 mole percent diene inco ...


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Gary W Ver Strate, William W Graessley, Edward N Kresge: Hydrocarbon solutions of macromolecular polymers having an improved resistance to mechanical degradation. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, F T Johmann, E T Wheelock, October 28, 1986: US04620048 (30 worldwide citation)

Fluid solutions, e.g. mineral oil solutions, of polydispersed polymers have improved resistance to mechanical shear when said polymers have a narrow molecular weight distribution, i.e. ##EQU1## 10 and/or a reduced compliance less than that of a linear monodisperse polymer of the same chemical repeat ...


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Sudhin Datta, Edward N Kresge: Easy processing ethylene propylene elastomers. Exxon Chemical Patents, S H Markowitz, J B Murray Jr, February 2, 1988: US04722971 (28 worldwide citation)

By selecting the composition and intermolecular compositional distribution with respect to ethylene and diene content and the molecular weight and molecular weight distribution, ethylene-propylene-diene terpolymers can have both improved processing properties and compound vulcanizate physical proper ...


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Edward N Kresge, Gary W Ver Strate: Ethylene polymer useful as a lubricating oil viscosity modifier E-25. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, S H Markowitz, J B Murray Jr, May 19, 1987: US04666619 (27 worldwide citation)

An ethylene ter- or tetrapolymer useful as a viscosity modifer and a process for preparing the polymer. The polymer comprises ethylene, an alpha-olefin, a non-conjugated diene and, optionally, a cationically polymerizable monoolefin. The polymerization catalyst comprises a Ziegler catalyst in conjun ...


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Edward N Kresge, Gary W Ver Strate: Ethylene polymer useful as a lubricating oil viscosity modifier. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, S H Markowitz, March 11, 1986: US04575574 (24 worldwide citation)

An ethylene ter- or tetrapolymer useful as a viscosity modifier and a process for preparing the polymer. The polymer comprises ethylene, an alpha-olefin, a non-conjugated diene and, optionally, a cationically polymerizable monoolefin. The polymerization catalyst comprises a Ziegler catalyst in conju ...