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Luc Bosiers, Jacquelyn A deGroot, Lawrence T Kale, Pak Wing S Chum: Multilayer polyolefin with balanced sealant properties. The Dow Chemical Company, February 23, 1999: US05874139 (56 worldwide citation)

The subject invention generally provides a multilayer structure that includes a polymer mixture made from at least two polymer component materials. The invention particularly pertains to a multilayer structure containing an improved sealant layer and a polypropylene layer, wherein the sealant layer ...


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Lawrence T Kale, Pradeep Jain, David C Kelley, Deepak R Parikh, Sharon L Baker, Osborne K McKinney: Extrusion compositions having high drawdown and substantially reduced neck-in. The Dow Chemical Company, December 10, 1996: US05582923 (55 worldwide citation)

An ethylene polymer extrusion composition having high draw down and substantially reduced neck-in, a process for making such a composition and a process of using such a composition to prepare extrusion coatings, extrusion profiles and extrusion cast films are disclosed. The ethylene polymer extrusio ...


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Lawrence T Kale, Pradeep Jain, David C Kelley, Deepak R Parikh, Sharon L Baker, Osborne K McKinney: Extrusion compositions having high drawdown and substantially reduced neck-in. The Dow Chemical Company, June 30, 1998: US05773155 (38 worldwide citation)

An ethylene polymer extrusion composition having high draw down and substantially reduced neck-in, a process for making such a composition and a process of using such a composition to prepare extrusion coatings, extrusion profiles and extrusion cast films are disclosed. The ethylene polymer extrusio ...


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Lawrence T Kale, Daniel D Vanderlende, Peter N Nickias, Jasson T Patton, James C Stevens, Deepak R Parikh, Debra J Mangold: Olefin polymers prepared with substituted indenyl containing metal complexes. The Dow Chemical Company, July 16, 2002: US06420507 (34 worldwide citation)

The subject invention is directed to an olefin polymer produced by polymerizing at least one &agr;-olefin in the presence of a Group 4 metal complex comprising an indenyl group substituted in the 2 or 3 position with at least one group selected from hydrocarbyl, perfluoro-substituted hydrocarbyl, si ...


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Lawrence T Kale, Pradeep Jain, David C Kelley, Deepak R Parikh, Sharon L Baker, Osborne K McKinney: Extrusion compositions having high drawdown and substantially reduced neck-in. The Dow Chemical Company, January 26, 1999: US05863665 (32 worldwide citation)

An ethylene polymer extrusion composition having high draw down and substantially reduced neck-in, a process for making such a composition and a process of using such a composition to prepare extrusion coatings, extrusion profiles and extrusion cast films are disclosed. The ethylene polymer extrusio ...


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Michael E Rowland, Robert R Turley, James J Hill, Lawrence T Kale, Kyle G Kummer, Shih Yaw Lai, Pak Wing Steve Chum: Rheology-modified polyolefins. The Dow Chemical Company, September 5, 2000: US06114486 (27 worldwide citation)

The subject invention is directed to a rheology-modified ethylene polymer having less than 0.5 weight percent gel, a composition distribution breadth index (CDBI) greater than 50 percent, and a molecular weight distribution (M.sub.w /M.sub.n) of less than 4.0, which is characterized as having improv ...


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Lawrence T Kale, Lionel H Dagenais, Shih Yaw Lai, William R Van Volkenburgh, John O Bieser: Reduction of melt fracture in linear polyethylene. The Dow Chemical Company, May 11, 1993: US05210142 (19 worldwide citation)

Polymer blends of at least one ethylene interpolymer product and at least one linear polyethylene are disclosed. The blends have a shear rate at the point of onset of melt fracture at least about 2 percent higher than that obtained for the linear polyethylene alone. The polymer blends are particular ...


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Thomas Edward Nowlin, Pradeep P Shirodkar, Robert Ivan Mink, Gary M Diamond, Jill Helaine Paul, Lawrence T Kale, Keith Dackson: Ethylene/α-olefin copolymer made with a non-single-site/single-site catalyst combination, its preparation and use. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, Andrew B Griffis, Amy C Trexler, September 5, 2006: US07101939 (16 worldwide citation)

An ethylene/α-olefin copolymer comprising a component produced by a non-single-site polymerization catalyst and a component produced by a single-site polymerization catalyst, its preparation and use are described. The copolymer has an α-olefin content of 5 to 20 percent by weight and shows at least ...


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Lawrence T Kale, Robert R Turley, Pradeep Jain, Lonnie G Hazlitt: Homogeneously branched ethylene .alpha.-olefin interpolymer compositions for use in gasket applications. The Dow Chemical Company, December 15, 1998: US05849823 (9 worldwide citation)

This application relates to flexible gaskets formed from blends of linear or substantially linear homogeneously branched ethylene/.alpha.-olefin interpolymers and that possess improved processability as well as low temperature resistance and resistance to staining and attack by microbes. Such gasket ...


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Michael E Rowland, Robert R Turley, James J Hill, Lawrence T Kale, Kyle G Kummer, Shih Yaw Lai, Pak Wing Steve Chum: Rheology-modified polyolefins. Dow Global Technologies, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC, February 10, 2004: US06689851 (4 worldwide citation)

The subject invention is directed to a rheology-modified ethylene polymer having less than 0.5 weight percent gel, a composition distribution breadth index (CDBI) greater than 50 percent, and a molecular weight distribution (M