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Glenn Allan Stahl, James John McAlpin: Fibers and fabrics incorporating lower melting propylene polymers. Exxon Chemical Co, Douglas W Miller, March 10, 1998: US05726103 (37 worldwide citation)

Propylene homopolymers and copolymers formed by metallocene catalyst system exhibit generally lower melting behavior than previous propylene polymers. This lower melting behavior will be of use in the fabrication and use of fibers and fabrics that depend upon either lower melting behavior in general ...


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Glenn Allan Stahl, James John McAlpin: Fibers and fabrics incorporating lower melting propylene polymers. Exxon Chemical Co, Douglas W Miller, June 9, 1998: US05763080 (34 worldwide citation)

Propylene homopolymers and copolymers formed by metallocene catalyst system exhibit generally lower melting behavior than previous propylene polymers. This lower melting behavior will be of use in the fabrication and use of fibers and fabrics that depend upon either lower melting behavior in general ...


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Glenn Allan Stahl, James John McAlpin: Polyolefin fibers and their fabrics. Exxon Chemical Patents, C Paige Schmidt, March 3, 1998: US05723217 (34 worldwide citation)

Novel fibers have been made from reactor grade isotactic poly-alpha-olefin wherein polypropylene is produced by single-site catalysis and has a melt flow rate of greater than zero to about 5,000, MWD in the range of about 1.0 to about 3.5.


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Glenn Allan Stahl, James John McAlpin: Polyolefin fibers and their fabrics. Exxon Chemical Patents, C Paige Schmidt, January 4, 2000: US06010588 (32 worldwide citation)

Novel fibers have been made of reactor grade isotactic poly-alpha-olefin wherein polypropylene is produced by single-site catalysis and has a melt flow rate of greater than zero to about 5,000, MWD in the range of about 1.0 to about 3.5.


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Glenn Allan Stahl, James John McAlpin: Polyolefin fibers and their fabrics. Exxon Chemical Patents, C Paige Schmidt, April 7, 1998: US05736465 (32 worldwide citation)

Novel fibers have been made from reactor grade isotactic poly-alpha-olefin wherein polypropylene is produced by single-site catalysis and has a melt flow rate of greater than zero to about 5,000, MWD in the range of about 1.0 to about 3.5.