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Eugene P Reilly, Steven C Arnold, Angelo G Scopelianos: Reinforced absorbable polymers. Ethicon, Hal Brent Woodrow, May 28, 1996: US05521280 (29 worldwide citation)

A composition of an absorbable polymer and a filler to increase the stiffness of the polymer is disclosed. The filler is a poly[succinimide], which is a bioabsorbable polymer that degrades into a nontoxic, simple amino acid. The composition can be melt processed to prepare medical and surgical devic ...


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Eugene P Reilly, Steven C Arnold, Angelo G Scopelianos: Reinforced absorbable polymers. Ethicon, Hal Brent Woodrow, March 14, 1995: US05397816 (23 worldwide citation)

A composition of an absorbable polymer and a filler to increase the stiffness of the polymer is disclosed. The filler is a poly[succinimide], which is a bioabsorbable polymer that degrades into a nontoxic, simple amino acid. The composition can be melt processed to prepare medical and surgical devic ...


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Willem F H Borman, Eugene P Reilly: Stabilized polyester compositions. General Electric Company, William F Mufatti, George B Finnegan Jr, Rocco S Barrese, July 13, 1976: US03969306 (15 worldwide citation)

High molecular weight polyesters, such as poly(alkylene terephthalates), are stabilized against deterioration by heat, oxidation, and the like, with a stabilizer comprising a polybutadiene, with high vinyl content. Also provided are reinforced embodiments of the stabilized compositions.


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Riad H Gobran, Akio Takahashi, Eugene P Reilly: Ligno-novolak resin molding compositions. American Can Company, Robert P Auber, Stuart S Bowie, Ernestine C Bartlett, March 16, 1982: US04320036 (11 worldwide citation)

Ligno-novolak resins, either in the form of physical blends of lignin and novolak resins or as synthetically derived from the reaction of lignin, phenol and an aldehyde in the presence of an acidic catalyst, are provided. The resins, including the physical blends, are curable to thermoset, substanti ...


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Willem F H Borman, Morton Kramer, Eugene P Reilly: Shaped articles and process for the production thereof. General Electric Company, Hedman Casella Gibson Costigan & Hoare, December 6, 1983: US04419485 (10 worldwide citation)

Shaped articles comprising a branched, high molecular weight poly(alkylene terephthalate) polyester resin and obtained by providing a molten, self-supporting preform of the resin, shaping the molten preform into a final form and allowing the shaped preform to cool to structural rigidity.


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Willem F H Borman, Eugene P Reilly: Production of polyesters. General Electric Company, William F Mufatti, Edward A Hedman, Richard J Mazza, January 3, 1978: US04066627 (4 worldwide citation)

Poly(alkylene terephthalates) are prepared by an improved process which provides high molecular weight, in a shortened reaction time, without excessive loss of the diol reactant to side reactions. In the process an excess of the diol reactant is heated with a mixture of the corresponding dialkyl ter ...