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Ihab M Hekal: Desiccant entrained polymer. Capitol Specialty Plastics, Reed Smith Shaw & McCLay L, June 15, 1999: US05911937 (208 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing moisture absorbing desiccant entrained polymers. A polymer is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. To achieve certain results in the hardened end product, such as rigidity ...


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Ihab M Hekal: Desiccant entrained polymer. CSP Technologies, Greenberg Traurig, February 28, 2006: US07005459 (131 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a composition having a co-continuous interconnecting channel morphology. These co-continuous interconnecting channels are predominately occupied with a polymer and particles that control the percolation through the composition. The particles are composed of a material ...


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Ihab M Hekal: Lid for a plastic container. Continental Can Company, Charles E Brown, September 15, 1987: US04693390 (54 worldwide citation)

This relates to lids which incorporate a barrier material and which may be suitable heat bonded to plastic containers. A feature of the lid is that the area of the lid which is to be permanently bonded to the container is defined by two scores wherein, in the removal of the lid, for all practical pu ...


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Donald J Roth, Ihab M Hekal: Laminated closure for a plastic container. Continental Can Company, Charles E Brown, July 19, 1988: US04757914 (51 worldwide citation)

This relates to a closure for a plastic container wherein the closure is to be heat bonded to the container. The closure is of a laminated construction and includes an outer structural layer of plastic material, a combined electric heat inductive and barrier layer, and an inner bond forming plastic ...


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Ihab M Hekal: Dessicant entrained polymer. Capitol Specialty Plastics, Dreier & Baritz, June 27, 2000: US06080350 (42 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing moisture absorbing desiccant entrained polymers. A polymer is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. A channeling agent is blended then reacted into the polymer so that it is ...


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Ihab M Hekal: Desiccant entrained polymer. Capitol Specialty Plastics, Dreier & Baritz, October 10, 2000: US06130263 (34 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing moisture absorbing desiccant entrained polymers. A polymer is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. To achieve certain results in the hardened end product, such as rigidity ...


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Ihab M Hekal: Desiccant entrained polymer. Capitol Specialty Plastics, Dreier & Baritz, April 10, 2001: US06214255 (33 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing moisture absorbing desiccant entrained polymers. A polymer is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. To achieve certain results in the hardened end product, such as rigidity ...


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Ihab M Hekal: Modified polymers having controlled transmission rates. Capitol Specialty Plastics, Dreier & Baritz, September 26, 2000: US06124006 (32 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing a modified polymer having channels. The channels act as controlled transmission passages through the polymer. A polymer is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. A channeling ...


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Ihab M Hekal: Method for preparing polar thermoplastic resin compositions having improved gas barrier properties. Continental Can Company, Paul Shapiro, August 20, 1985: US04536425 (30 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing a polar thermoplastic resin having improved resistance to gas permeability is disclosed wherein a blend of the resin and coarse mica flakes having an average particle size of less than about 100 mesh is prepared, the blend being prepared under mixing conditions which impart a s ...


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Ihab M Hekal, Robert S Langer, Alexander M Klibanov, Edith Mathiowitz: Monolithic polymer composition having a water absorption material. Capitol Specialty Plastics, Dreier & Baritz, January 16, 2001: US06174952 (27 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing a modified polymer having interconnecting channels. The interconnecting channels act as controlled transmission passages through the polymer. A hydrophilic agent is blended into the polymer so that it is distributed with ...