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David F Lawson, Mark L Stayer Jr, H James Harwood: Solubilized anionic polymerization initiator and preparation thereof. Bridgestone Corporation, Daniel N Hall, July 26, 1994: US05332810 (77 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed toward anionic polymerization initiators which are soluble in acyclic alkane solvents. The initiators include a solubilized lithio amine having the general formula (A)Li(SOL).sub.y. SOL is a solubilizing component and A is an alkyl, dialkyl or cycloalkyl amine radic ...


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H James Harwood, Stephen D Goodrich: Free radical copper(II)-enolate polymerization initiators. The University of Akron, Oldham & Oldham & Wilson Co, April 11, 1995: US05405913 (39 worldwide citation)

The invention describes a redox initiating system consisting of Cu.sup.II salts, enolizable aldehydes and ketones, and various combinations of coordinating agents for Cu.sup.II, coordinating agents for Cu.sup.I, and a strong amine base that is not oxidized by Cu.sup.II. In particular, Cu.sup.II octa ...


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H James Harwood, Stephen D Goodrich: Free radical copper(II)-enolate polymerization initiators. University of Akron, Oldham & Oldham Co, November 28, 1995: US05470928 (34 worldwide citation)

The invention describes a redox initiating system consisting of Cu.sup.II salts, enolizable aldehydes and ketones, and various combinations of coordinating agents for Cu.sup.II, coordinating agents for Cu.sup.I, and a strong amine base that is not oxidized by Cu.sup.II. In particular, Cu.sup.II octa ...


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Derrick Bergman, James Harwood: Method and system for locating a lost person or lost personal property. Sunset Advertising Enterprises, Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn PLLC, September 21, 1999: US05955952 (19 worldwide citation)

The present invention defines a method and system for identifying and locating a lost person or lost personal property. The invention makes use of a subscription service wherein individuals desiring the locating service may pre-register the individual or property. At registration, the subscribing in ...


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Graham Miller Garden, Richard James Harwood: Drive means and harvesting apparatus incorporating same. New Zealand Inventions Development Authority, James & Franklin, September 19, 1978: US04114463 (15 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a drive for a straddle type berry harvester suitable in particular for harvesting raspberries. The harvester has a frame mounted on wheels movable over a row of berry plants and having opposed rotatable upright cylindrical tined shakers connected above by universals to outpu ...


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Michael P Greuel, Labros D Arvanitopoulos, H James Harwood: Cobaloxime photoinitiated free radical polymerizations. University of Akron, Oldham & Oldham Co, November 21, 1995: US05468785 (13 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the use of cobaloximes and related cobalt(II) complexes which have essentially planar equatorially coordinated ligands and a pair of axially coordinated ligands which have at least one carbon-cobalt bond, as photoinitiators for free radical polymerizations. By selection of t ...


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David F Lawson, Mark L Stayer Jr, David Saffles, H James Harwood: Solubilized anionic polymerization initiators. Bridgestone Corporation, Daniel N Hall, April 1, 1997: US05616704 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed toward anionic polymerization initiators which are soluble in acyclic alkane solvents. The initiators include a solubilized lithio amine having the general formula (A)Li(SOL).sub.y. SOL is a solubilizing component and A is an alkyl, dialkyl or cycloalkyl amine radic ...


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Crafer James H, Crafer James Harwood: Stowable rigid wingsail system. Crafer James Harwood, Crafer James H, Crafer James Harwood, Crafer James Harwood, February 13, 1991: GB2234723-A (7 worldwide citation)

A rigid wingsail system 1 for a vessel comprises a wingsail unit consisting of three rigid wingsails mounted between a boom 2 and a yard 3 and simultaneously rotatable through 180 degrees by means of track rods 4 connected to each wingsail. The wingsail unit is itself rotatable within a tubular goal ...


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James Harwood, James Oziomek, David F Lawson, James E Hall: Method of converting anionic living end to protected free radical living end and applications thereof. Bridgestone Corporation, Jenny L Sheaffer, Meredith E Hooker, October 9, 2007: US07279527 (6 worldwide citation)

Provided is a method of converting an anionic living end to a protected free radical “living” end in a well-controlled manner, which enables copolymerization by plural mechanisms. The method is particularly useful for copolymerization of anionically polymerizable monomers and free radical polymeriza ...


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H James Harwood, Ramendra N Majumdar, Shih Liang Yang: Alternating copolymerization of donor monomers having protected amine groups with acceptor monomers. University of Akron, Oldham & Oldham, February 6, 1990: US04898915 (6 worldwide citation)

A composition and process for making an alternating copolymerization of acceptor monomers such as acrylic acid and derivatives thereof and donor monomers containing free amine groups therein such as an aminostyrene compound. The free amine groups are initially protected by conversion to an imide der ...