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John C Dyer, Thomas A DesMarais, Gary D LaVon, Keith J Stone, Gregory W Taylor, Gerald A Young: Thin-unit-wet absorbent foam materials for aqueous body fluids and process for making same. The Procter & Gamble Company, Eric W Guttag, E Kelly Linman, February 7, 1995: US05387207 (497 worldwide citation)

Relatively thin, collapsed, i.e. unexpanded, polymeric foam materials that, upon contact with aqueous body fluids, expand and absorb such fluids, are disclosed. A process for consistently obtaining such relatively thin, collapsed polymeric foam materials by polymerizing a specific type of water-in-o ...


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Thomas A DesMarais, Keith J Stone, Hugh A Thompson, Gerald A Young, Gary D LaVon, John C Dyer: Absorbent foam materials for aqueous body fluids and absorbent articles containing such materials. The Procter & Gamble Company, Eric W Guttag, November 9, 1993: US05260345 (471 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are absorbent foam materials suitable for use as or in the absorbent cores of absorbent articles, such as diapers which absorb and retain aqueous body fluids. Such foam materials comprise hydrophilic, flexible open-celled structures which are preferably prepared by polymerizing high intern ...


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Keith J Stone, Thomas A DesMarais, John C Dyer, Bryn Hird, Gary D La Von, Stephen A Goldman, Michelle R Peace, Paul Seiden: Absorbent foams made from high internal phase emulsions useful for acquiring and distributing aqueous fluids. The Proctor & Gamble Company, Eric W Guttag, Carl J Roof, E Kelly Linman, October 8, 1996: US05563179 (108 worldwide citation)

Absorbent foams materials that are capable of acquiring and distributing aqueous fluids, especially discharged body fluids such as urine. These absorbent foams combine relatively high capillary absorption pressures and capacity-per-weight properties that allow them to acquire fluid, with or without ...


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Thomas A DesMarais, Keith J Stone, Hugh A Thompson, Gerald A Young, Gary D LaVon, John C Dyer: Absorbent foam materials for aqueous body fluids and absorbent articles containing such materials. The Procter & Gamble Company, Eric W Guttag, December 7, 1993: US05268224 (97 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are absorbent foam materials suitable for use as or in the absorbent cores of absorbent articles, such as diapers which absorb and retain aqueous body fluids. Such foam materials comprise hydrophilic, flexible open-celled structures which are preferably prepared by polymerizing high intern ...


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Thomas A DesMarais, Keith J Stone, Hugh A Thompson, Gerald A Young, Gary D LaVon, John C Dyer: Absorbent foam materials for aqueous body fluids and absorbent articles containing such materials. The Procter & Gamble Company, Eric W Guttag, E Kelly Linman, July 19, 1994: US05331015 (89 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are absorbent foam materials suitable for use as or in the absorbent cores of absorbent articles, such as diapers which absorb and retain aqueous body fluids. Such foam materials comprise hydrophilic, flexible open-celled structures which are preferably prepared by polymerizing high intern ...


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John C Dyer, Thomas A DesMarais: Use of foam materials derived from high internal phase emulsions for insulation. The Procter & Gamble Company, Carl J Roof, E Kelly Linman, Jacobus C Rasser, May 27, 1997: US05633291 (23 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the use of polymeric foam materials for insulation. These polymeric foams are prepared by polymerization of certain water-in-oil emulsions having a relatively high ratio of water phase to oil phase, commonly known in the art as high internal phase emulstions, or "HIPEs." The ...


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Jonnie Pehrson Conrad, John C Dyer, Thomas C Hortel, Roxanne Drago Westendorf: Flexible mat for absorbing liquids comprising polymeric foam materials. The Procter & Gamble Company, Edward J Milbrada, Kevin D Hogg, Mary Catherine Hentz, June 12, 2001: US06245697 (19 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are protective, flexible mats for absorbing liquids on floors and other surfaces which contain a waterproof component and a polymeric foam sheet formed by polymerizing a high internal phase water-in-oil emulsion. The mats can also contain a non-skid material and/or at least one liquid perv ...


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Thomas E Cook, John C Dyer, Manuel G Venegas: Chlorine bleach compatible liquid detergent compositions. The Procter & Gamble Company, Darla P McVicar, Richard C Witte, Thomas H O Flaherty, June 10, 1986: US04594184 (13 worldwide citation)

Heavy-duty liquid detergents containing a neutralization system comprising bleach compatible bicyclic tertiary amines and imines; anionic surfactant; ethoxylated nonionic surfactant; optional quaternary ammonium, amine, amide, or amine oxide surfactant; preferably fatty acid and/or polycarboxylate b ...


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John C Dyer, Bryn Hird, Pui Kwan Wong: Biodegradable and/or compostable polymers made from conjugated dienes such as isoprene and 2,3-dimethyl-1,3-butadiene. The Procter & Gamble Company, Carl J Roof, Caroline Wei Berk, Mary Catherine Hentz, May 15, 2001: US06231960 (10 worldwide citation)

Biodegradable and/or compostable polymers are made from isoprene, 2,3-dimethyl-1,3-butadiene or like conjugated dienes and a crosslinking agent having a cleavable linking group such as ethylene glycol dimethacrylate. These polymers can be used to make absorbent foams that are useful in absorbent art ...


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John L Hammons, John C Dyer: Absorbent article with foam absorbent structure providing improved menses acquisition and fit. The Procter &Amp Gamble Co, tao fengbei, September 8, 1999: CN97197338

Absorbent articles such as sanitary napkins, panty liners, adult incontinence devices, and the like are disclosed. The absorbent articles described herein comprise a foam absorbent structure comprising a hydrophilic, flexible, nonionic polymeric foam structure of interconnected open cells which is p ...