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Gerald J L Griffin: Degradable plastics. Epron, Laff Whitesel Conte & Saret, January 8, 1991: US04983651 (46 worldwide citation)

A degradable polymer composition is disclosed which comprises a blend of a normally stable chemically saturated polymer, such as polyethylene, a less stable chemically unsaturated polymer or copolymer, such as a styrene/butadiene block copolymer, or natural rubber, an antioxidant active over a limit ...


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Gerald J L Griffin: Synthetic/resin based compositions. Coloroll, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, November 14, 1978: US04125495 (36 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable composition contains a high proportion, i.e., over 50% of biodegradable starch. The composition is particularly useful for making trays for holding meat. These trays are liquid repellant but gas permeable.


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Malcolm D Brewer, Gerald J L Griffin: Sustained release compositions. Beecham Group, Jacobs & Jacobs, October 14, 1980: US04228149 (35 worldwide citation)

Sustained release composition comprising a water soluble veterinary medicament dispersed in a sheet of water insoluble polymer, which sheet is of a size and composition such that it is capable of being constrained in a position which allows oral administration and is, in the rumen, capable of moving ...


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Gerald J L Griffin: Shaped synthetic polymers containing a biodegradable substance. Coloroll, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, August 19, 1980: US04218350 (25 worldwide citation)

In the manufacture of products made of starch filled plastics the polymer and starch granules are mixed with a lubricant immediately prior to forming. A feedstock material in accordance with the invention comprises particles of starch granules in admixture with a lubricant such as an oil or wax.


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Gerald J L Griffin, Malcolm D Brewer: Sustained drug release device. Beecham Group, Jacobs & Jacobs, December 29, 1981: US04308250 (19 worldwide citation)

A device for oral administration to a ruminant animal includes a veterinary medicament, such as an anthelmintic, uniformly dispersed throughout an erodable sheet comprising an ethylene-vinylacetate copolymer. The sheet is rolled up and stuck together with adhesive backed paper strips for administrat ...


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Gerald J L Griffin, Malcolm D Brewer: Sustained drug release device. Beecham Group, Jacobs & Jacobs, May 19, 1981: US04268497 (16 worldwide citation)

A device for oral administration to a ruminant animal includes a veterinary medicament, such as an anthelmintic, uniformly dispersed throughout an erodable sheet comprising an ethylene-vinylacetate copolymer. The sheet is rolled up and stuck together with adhesive backed paper strips for administrat ...


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Gerald J L Griffin: Degradable plastics. Epron, Laff Whitesel Conte & Saret, May 18, 1993: US05212219 (16 worldwide citation)

A degradable polymer composition is disclosed which comprises a blend of a normally stable chemically saturated polymer, such as polyethylene, a less stable chemically unsaturated polymer or copolymer, such as a styrene/butadiene block copolymer, or natural rubber, an antioxidant active over a limit ...


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Gerald J L Griffin: Plastics based composition containing a polyester resin and alkaline modified starch granules. Coloroll, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, December 13, 1983: US04420576 (14 worldwide citation)

A plastics-based composition comprising a polyester resin and starch granules which, prior to mixing with the resin, are rendered reactive with the resin by a surface implant of alkali metal or alkaline earth metal ions.


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Gerald J L Griffin: Process for incorporating a modifier of properties of a shaped synthetic polymer containing a biodegradable substance therein, and the product of the process. Coloroll, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, April 13, 1982: US04324709 (13 worldwide citation)

In the manufacture of products made of starch filled plastics the polymer and starch granules are mixed with a lubricant immediately prior to forming. A feedstock material in accordance with the invention comprises paticles of starch granules in admixture with a lubricant such as an oil or wax.


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Gerald J L Griffin, Adrian J Emck: Utilization of fibrous waste. Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, October 19, 1982: US04354879 (1 worldwide citation)

A board or similar product is made from fibrous spent hops, the resin content of which sets the product. The product is preferably formed by catalyzed hot-pressing.



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