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Glenn David Boutilier, Linda Evers Smith, Jeffrey Scott Ledford, Timothy Jude Lorenz, Michael Gomer Stelljes Jr, John William Toussant, Paul Dennis Trokhan, Andrew Julian Wnuk, Paul Anthony Zaffiro, Dean Arthur Zimmerman: Elements for embossing and adhesive application. The Procter & Gamble Company, David K Mattheis, Stephen T Murphy, Leonard W Lewis, September 5, 2006: US07101437 (20 worldwide citation)

A patterned element for use in an embossing and adhesive application process. The patterened element comprises a material having an pattern disposed thereon, wherein the material comprises a polymer and has a Shore A hardness of greater than about 70, and has a critical surface energy of less than a ...


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Stephen Wayne Heinzman, Linda Evers Smith, Gregory Charles Gordon, Larry Neil Mackey, John Gerhard Michael, Mark Ryan Richards: Crosslinking systems for hydroxyl polymers. The Procter & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, May 24, 2011: US07947766 (8 worldwide citation)

Crosslinking systems suitable for use in a polymer melt composition wherein the polymer melt composition comprises a hydroxyl polymer; polymeric structures made from such polymer melt compositions; and processes/methods related thereto are provided.


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Stephen Wayne Heinzman, Linda Evers Smith, Gregory Charles Gordon, Larry Neil Mackey, John Gerhard Michael, Mark Ryan Richards: Crosslinking systems for hydroxyl polymers. The Procter & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, June 14, 2011: US07960453 (6 worldwide citation)

Crosslinking systems suitable for use in a polymer melt composition wherein the polymer melt composition comprises a hydroxyl polymer; polymeric structures made from such polymer melt compositions; and processes/methods related thereto are provided.


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Linda Evers Smith, David William Cabell, Larry Neil Mackey, Gregory Charles Gordon, Paul Dennis Trokhan, Tedi Lea Anne DeBruler: Fibrous structures comprising a polymer structure. The Proctor & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, November 10, 2009: US07615278 (6 worldwide citation)

Polymer structures and methods for making such polymer structures are provided. More particularly, polymer structures comprising a hydroxyl polymer structure, such as a fiber comprising a hydroxyl polymer are provided. Even more particularly, fibrous structures comprising a hydroxyl polymer structur ...


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Stephen Wayne Heinzman, Linda Evers Smith, Gregory Charles Gordon, Larry Neil Mackey, John Gerhard Michael, Mark Ryan Richards: Crosslinking systems for hydroxyl polymers. The Procter & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, January 22, 2013: US08357237 (3 worldwide citation)

Crosslinking systems suitable for use in a polymer melt composition wherein the polymer melt composition comprises a hydroxyl polymer; polymeric structures made from such polymer melt compositions; and processes/methods related thereto are provided.


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Stephen Wayne Heinzman, Linda Evers Smith, Gregory Charles Gordon, Larry Neil Mackey, John Gerhard Michael, Mark Ryan Richards: Crosslinking systems for hydroxyl polymers. The Procter & Gabmle Company, C Brant Cook, March 6, 2012: US08129449 (3 worldwide citation)

Crosslinking systems suitable for use in a polymer melt composition wherein the polymer melt composition comprises a hydroxyl polymer; polymeric structures made from such polymer melt compositions; and processes/methods related thereto are provided.


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Stephen Wayne Heinzman, Linda Evers Smith, Gregory Charles Gordon, Larry Neil Mackey, John Gerhard Michael, Mark Ryan Richards: Crosslinking systems for hydroxyl polymers. The Procter & Gamble company, C Brant Cook, January 3, 2012: US08088843 (3 worldwide citation)

Crosslinking systems suitable for use in a polymer melt composition wherein the polymer melt composition comprises a hydroxyl polymer; polymeric structures made from such polymer melt compositions; and processes/methods related thereto are provided.


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Linda Evers Smith, David William Cabell, Larry Neil Mackey, Gregory Charles Gordon, Paul Dennis Trokhan, Tedi Lea Anne DeBruler: Fibrous structures comprising a polymer structure. The Procter Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, August 11, 2009: US07572504 (3 worldwide citation)

Polymer structures and methods for making such polymer structures are provided. More particularly, polymer structures comprising a hydroxyl polymer structure, such as a fiber comprising a hydroxyl polymer are provided. Even more particularly, fibrous structures comprising a hydroxyl polymer structur ...


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Stephen Wayne Heinzman, Linda Evers Smith, Gregory Charles Gordon, Larry Neil Mackey, John Gerhard Michael, Mark Ryan Richards: Crosslinking systems for hydroxyl polymers. The Procter & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, December 31, 2013: US08617303 (2 worldwide citation)

Crosslinking systems suitable for use in a polymer melt composition wherein the polymer melt composition comprises a hydroxyl polymer; polymeric structures made from such polymer melt compositions; and processes/methods related thereto are provided.


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Stephen Wayne Heinzman, Linda Evers Smith, Gregory Charles Gordon, Larry Neil Mackey, John Gerhard Michael, Mark Ryan Richards: Crosslinking systems for hydroxyl polymers. The Procter & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, August 26, 2014: US08815003 (1 worldwide citation)

Crosslinking systems suitable for use in a polymer melt composition wherein the polymer melt composition comprises a hydroxyl polymer; polymeric structures made from such polymer melt compositions; and processes/methods related thereto are provided.