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Harry L Lander: Solid particle-form polymerizable polymeric material and compositions, structures and methods of employing and producing the same. Story Chemical Corporation, Cooper Dunham Clark Griffin & Moran, March 30, 1976: US03947426 (26 worldwide citation)

Solid particle-form, polymerizable or cross-linkable, multi-functional polymeric material containing blocked isocyanate groups wherein the blocked isocyanate groups making up said polymeric material comprise only a portion of the total isocyanate groups to produce said polymeric material, such as ex ...


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Harry L Lander: Waste receptacles having odor barriers. Cattus, April 24, 1984: US04444148 (24 worldwide citation)

Waste receptacles for use by animals, such as laboratory animals and household pets, are provided with an odor barrier of lightweight, non-absorbent, non-water-wettable, granular material, such as paraffin wax coated corn cob granules. The buoyant, non-absorbent, lightweight granular material is als ...


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Harry L Lander: Solid particle-form polymerizable polymeric material and compositions, structures and methods of employing and producing the same. Story Chemical Corporation, Cooper Dunham Clark Griffin & Moran, July 18, 1978: US04101473 (22 worldwide citation)

Solid particle-form, polymerizable or cross-linkable, multi-functional polymeric material containing blocked isocyanate groups wherein the blocked isocyanate groups making up said polymeric material comprise only a portion of the total isocyanate groups to produce said polymeric material, such as ex ...


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Harry L Lander: Non-water wettable granular material and method of preparing and using same. September 18, 1984: US04471717 (12 worldwide citation)

Hydrophobic substantially non-absorbent, substantially non-water wettable granular material suitable for use as a bedding for animals or for use as litter material in a waste receptacle for animals comprises particle-form granular material coated and/or impregnated with wax or paraffin or similar hy ...


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Harry L Lander: Aqueous urea metal complex composition. Poly Chem, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, January 10, 1978: US04067893 (4 worldwide citation)

Polymeric materials are prepared by polymerizing an organic compound containing at least two labile hydrogens in the presence of a zirconium, hafnium or titanium halide. The labile hydrogen atoms are provided by amides, including aminoplasts, carboxylic acids, polyhydroxy compounds or other compound ...