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Heinrich Deibig, Helmut Heide, Roland Reiner, Kari Koster: Bone replacement or prosthesis anchoring material. Batelle Institut e V, Fisher Christen & Sabol, March 11, 1980: US04192021 (107 worldwide citation)

Bone replacement or prosthesis anchoring material on the basis of sintered calcium phosphates which consists of a mixture of calcium phosphates with low or high-molecular-weight organic substances. More specifically, the anchoring material consists of a mixture of calcium phosphates composed of CaO ...


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Roland K Belz, Heinrich Deibig: Thermoplastic polymer and articles made from a thermoplastic polymer. RB Kunststoffpatent Verwertungs, Belland, Steele Gould & Fried, September 26, 1989: US04870148 (33 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to polymers, which are produced through using organic acids, together with the products obtained therefrom. The polymers and the products obtained therefrom are insoluble in water, but soluble in an alkaline medium. There are numerous interesting possible uses for the polymers.


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Heinrich Deibig, Roland Reiner, Hendricus B A Welle: Pharmaceutical compositions containing biodegradable polymers. Sandoz, Gerald D Sharkin Robert S Honor Walter F Jewell, May 29, 1984: US04451452 (24 worldwide citation)

Polymers formed by incomplete esterification of the hydroxy groups of a water-soluble polymer such as polyvinyl alcohol, amylose or dextran with a pharmacologically acceptable mono- or di-carboxylic acid to an extent sufficient to render the polymer water-insoluble although still water-swellable, ar ...


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Heinrich Deibig, Albrecht Dinkelaker: COOH group-containing polymer, mixture of COOH group-containing polymers and fillers and the use for the production of moulded articles. Belland, Lackenbach Siegel Marzullo Aronson & Greenspan, January 3, 1995: US05378751 (20 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to thermoplastically shapeable mixtures of COOH group-containing polymers dissolvable in an aqueous neutral or aqueous-alkaline medium with fillers. Such mixtures can be processed by thermoplastic shaping to moulded articles, which are dissolvable after use. The invention also ...


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Heinrich Deibig, Albrecht Dinkelaker, Klaus Rossmann: Soluble adhesive films. Belland, Lackenbach Siegel Marzulla & Aronson, March 10, 1992: US05094912 (17 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an adhesive film, such as a label system or the like, formed from a film of a copolymer of acrylic and/or methacrylic acid, as well as acrylate and/or methacrylate soluble in aqueous alkali and an adhesive applied to the film and which is soluble in aqueous alkali. The adhes ...


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Heinrich Deibig, Albrecht Dinkelaker: Carboxylated molding copolymers. Belland, June 21, 1994: US05322878 (15 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to thermoplastically shapeable mixtures of COOH group-containing polymers dissolvable in an aqueous neutral or aqueousalkaline medium with fillers. Such mixtures can be processed by thermoplastic shaping to moulded articles, which are dissolvable after use. The invention also r ...


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Heinrich Deibig, Roland Reiner, Hendricus B A Welle: Pharmaceutical compositions. Sandoz, Gerald D Sharkin, Robert S Honor, Walter F Jewell, October 7, 1986: US04615881 (11 worldwide citation)

Polymers formed by incomplete esterification of the hydroxy groups of a water-soluble polymer such as polyvinyl alcohol, amylose or dextran with a pharmacologically acceptable mono- or di-carboxylic acid to an extent sufficient to render the polymer water-insoluble although still water-swellable, ar ...


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Heinrich Deibig, Albrecht Dinkelaker: Containers of aminopolymers. Belland, Lackenbach Siegel Marzullo & Aronson, February 5, 1991: US04990146 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to amino group-containing polymers, which are produced by the polymerization of acrylates with aminoacrylates in the forms of esters of acrylic or methacrylic acid with amino alcohols. Polymers of this type are insoluble in the neutral to basic aqueous medium, but are soluble i ...


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Heinrich Deibig, Klaus Wollmann: Method for the production of corrosion-inhibiting coatings on metallic surfaces. Battelle Institut e V, Fisher Christen & Sabol, May 8, 1984: US04447477 (3 worldwide citation)

In a method for the production of corrosion-inhibiting coatings on metallic surfaces, a mixture consisting of a phenol, low molecular condensation products of formaldehyde and ammonia or amines and a wetting agent, which is chemically reactive with the starting materials, is applied onto the surface ...


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