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Jeffery T Cook, Robert Irvin Bell, Sonja McNeil Fields, Byron Jerry Lee Huff, Gerald Hunt Morton, Howard Leon Schoggen, David Jay Smith: Absorbent structures of chemically treated cellulose fibers. BKI Holding Corporation, Darby & Darby, May 13, 2003: US06562743 (45 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are absorbent structures including fibers bound with a polyvalent cation-containing compound and superabsorbent polymer particles. The fibers exhibit an ion extraction factor of at least 5%. Also disclosed are multi-strata absorbent structures, such as disposable absorbent articles, includ ...


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Jeffery T Cook, Robert Irvin Bell, Sonja McNeil Fields, Byron Jerry Lee Huff, Gerald Hunt Morton, Howard Leon Schoggen, David Jay Smith: Absorbent structures of chemically treated cellulose fibers. BKI Holding Corporation, Darby & Darby, August 3, 2004: US06770576 (37 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are absorbent structures including fibers bound with a polyvalent cation-containing compound and superabsorbent polymer particles. The fibers exhibit an ion extraction factor of at least 5%. Also disclosed are multi-strata absorbent structures, such as disposable absorbent articles, includ ...


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Jeffery Todd Cook, Howard Leon Schoggen, Robert Irvin Bell, David Jay Smith, Gerald Hunt Morton: Cementitious material reinforced with chemically treated cellulose fiber. BKI Holding Corporation, Darby & Darby, September 13, 2005: US06942726 (31 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a fiber-reinforced cement based or cementitious material, and process for making, where the reinforcing fiber is a chemically treated cellulose or non-cellulose fiber. The fiber reinforced cementitious material includes (i) cement, (ii) optionally, sand, aggregate, o ...


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Sonja Fields, Howard Leon Schoggen, Jeffery Todd Cook, Judson Fidler: Distribution strip for absorbent products. Bki Holding Corporation, Darby & Darby, December 17, 2002: US06495734 (8 worldwide citation)

An absorbent structure which includes a fluid storage layer comprising matrix fibers (e.g., cellulose fluff fibers) and superabsorbent polymers positioned above a distribution strip. The strip comprises cellulosic fibers (e.g., cotton linters, mercerized cellulose, fluff pulp, or chemically treated ...


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Sonja Fields, Howard Leon Schoggen, Jeffery Todd Cook, Judson Fidler: Distribution strip for absorbent products. BKI Holding Corporation, Darby & Darby, November 18, 2003: US06649809 (4 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are absorbent structures for use in disposable absorbent products for absorbing bodily fluids, wherein the absorbent structure includes a fluid storage layer including matrix fibers and a superabsorbent polymer for receiving fluids and a distribution strip positioned below said fluid stora ...


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Robert Irvin Bell, Jeffery Todd Cook, Judson Fidler, Gerald Hunt Morton, Howard Leon Schoggen: System for delivery of fibers into concrete. Buckeye Technologies, Baker Botts L, September 7, 2010: US07790278 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for twisted and rectangular dice forms of sheeted fibrous materials and a process for making the dice forms. Specifically, the invention teaches the use of dice forms and sheet materials in construction and cementitious materials.


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Jeffery Todd Cook, Howard Leon Schoggen, Robert Irvin Bell, David Jay Smith, Gerald Hunt Morton: Cementitious material reinforced with chemically treated cellulose fiber. BKI Holding Corporation, Baker Botts, April 15, 2008: US07357833 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a fiber-reinforced cement based or cementitious material, and process for making, where the reinforcing fiber is a chemically treated cellulose or non-cellulose fiber. The fiber reinforced cementitious material includes (i) cement, (ii) optionally, sand, aggregate, o ...


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Sonja Fields, Howard Leon Schoggen, Jeffery Todd Cook, Judson Fidler: Distribution strip for absorbent products. BKI Holding Corporation, Darby & Darby, October 25, 2005: US06958431

Disclosed are absorbent structures for use in disposable absorbent products for absorbing bodily fluids, wherein the absorbent structure includes a fluid storage layer including matrix fibers and a superabsorbent polymer for receiving fluids and a distribution strip positioned below the fluid storag ...


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