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Young Cheol BAE, Thomas Cardolaccia, Jibin Sun, Daniel J Arriola, Kevin A Frazier: Photoresist compositions and methods of forming photolithographic patterns. Dow Global Technologies, Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, March 15, 2012: US20120064456-A1

Provided are photoresist compositions useful in forming photolithographic patterns by a negative tone development process. Also provided are methods of forming photolithographic patterns by a negative tone development process and substrates coated with the photoresist compositions. The compositions, ...


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Kevin A Frazier, Harold Boone, Paul C Vosejpka, James C Stevens: High activity olefin polymerization catalyst and process. Dow Global Technologies, October 11, 2005: US06953764 (36 worldwide citation)

Group 4 metal complexes useful as addition polymerization catalysts of the formula: wherein G1 is a group containing from 1 to 40 atoms not counting hydrogen; T is a divalent bridging group of from 10 to 30 atoms not counting hydrogen, selected from mono- or di-aryl-substituted methylene or silylene ...


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Kevin A Frazier, Margaret E Schott: Vicinal diols. The Dow Chemical Company, Craig E Mixan, December 28, 1993: US05274119 (22 worldwide citation)

A group of functionalized linking agents are disclosed. The linking agents contain thiol reactive functionalities for the covalent reaction with sulfhydryl groups from the hinge-region of antibody fragments. The linking agents also contain masked aldehyde functionalities for covalent attachment of a ...


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David D Devore, Kevin A Frazier, Shaoguang S Feng, Jasson T Patton: Transition metal complexes and olefin polymerization process. The Dow Chemical Company, November 30, 2004: US06825297 (18 worldwide citation)

Metal complexes comprising a polydentate chelating group, catalysts and polymerization processes using the same for the polymerization of olefins, especially propylene, are disclosed.


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Richard R Klimpel, Donald E Leonard, Kevin A Frazier: Dialkylated aryl monosulfonate collectors useful in the flotation of minerals. The Dow Chemical Company, December 22, 1992: US05173176 (10 worldwide citation)

Dialkylated aryl monosulfonic acids or salts thereof or their mixture are useful as collectors in the flotation of minerals, particularly oxide minerals. Particularly useful are those sulfonic acids or salts in which the alkyl substituents are unsymmetrical. Collector compositions comprising these s ...


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Richard E Campbell Jr, Kevin A Frazier, David D Devore, Paul C Vosejpka: Bridged metal complexes. Dow Global Technologies, December 31, 2002: US06500949 (9 worldwide citation)

An improved process for forming bridged Group 4 transition metal complexes using boron trihalide and a magnesium dicyclopentadienyl compound to form a dicyclopentadienyl boron halide intermediate for subsequent metallation or other synthetic use and novel metal complexes.


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Kevin A Frazier: Process for making beta, gamma-unsaturated ester, carbamates and sulfonamides. The Dow Chemical Company, March 29, 1988: US04734521 (7 worldwide citation)

.beta.,.gamma.-Unsaturated non-epoxide ethers react with carboxylic acids, carbamates or sulfonamides to form the corresponding .beta.,.gamma.-unsaturated esters, carbamates or sulfonamides. The reaction is catalyzed with sulfonated polystyrene beads and is promoted by copper (I) chloride.


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Kevin A Frazier: Process for the preparation of N-maleoyl activated esters of amino acids. The Dow Chemical Company, December 25, 1990: US04980482 (6 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of activated esters of certain N-maleoyl amino acids is disclosed. In the process, maleamic acids are cyclized and esterified to the desired products by the initial reaction with an acid halide reagent followed by a subsequent reaction with the appropriate hydroxyl-cont ...


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Arthur J Ashe III, David D Devore, Xinggao Fang, Kevin A Frazier, D Patrick Green, Jasson T Patton, Francis J Timmers: Bridged metal complexes. The Dow Chemical Company, The Regents of the University of Michigan, September 4, 2001: US06284905 (4 worldwide citation)

A Group 4 transition metal complex containing a boron or aluminum bridging group containing a nitrogen containing electron donating group, especially an amido group.



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