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Louis L Korb, Phillip A Waitkus: Vitreous carbon and process for preparation thereof. Plastics Engineering Company, Walter J Monacelli, October 29, 1985: US04550015 (25 worldwide citation)

The vitreous carbon disclosed herein is prepared from intimate uniform mixtures of powder or otherwise blendable form of 20-80% by weight of a solid phenolic-aldehyde Novolak resin and of 20-80% by weight of a solid phenolic-aldehyde resol resin, the percentages being based on the combined weight of ...


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Louis L Korb, Phillip A Waitkus: Vitreous carbon. Plastics Engineering Company, Walter J Monacelli, May 26, 1987: US04668496 (13 worldwide citation)

The vitreous carbon disclosed herein is prepared from the molded product of a moldable composition produced from co-reacted mixtrues of powder or otherwise blendable form of 20-80% by weight of a phenolic-furfuraldehyde Novolac resin and of 20-80% by weight of a phenolic-aldehyde resol resin dispers ...


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Phillip A Waitkus, Louis L Korb: Process for producing a molded product and the molded product produced thereby. Plastics Engineering Company, Walter J Monacelli, December 2, 1986: US04626569 (10 worldwide citation)

The process and product derived therefrom use the moldable composition derived from intimate co-reacted mixtures of powder or otherwise blendable form of 20-80% by weight of a phenolic-furfuraldehyde Novolac resin and of 20-80% by weight of a phenolic-aldehyde resol resin dispersed in water, either ...


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Louis L Korb, Phillip A Waitkus: Thermosettable compositions convertible to vitreous carbon and process for preparation thereof. Plastics Engineering Company, Walter J Monacelli, July 2, 1985: US04526924 (10 worldwide citation)

The compositions disclosed herein are suitable for thermosetting and conversion to vitreous carbon. They comprise intimate uniform mixtures of powder or otherwise blendable form of 20-80% by weight of a solid phenolic-aldehyde Novolak resin and of 20-80% by weight of a solid phenolic-aldehyde resol ...


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Louis L Korb, Phillip A Waitkus: Moldable composition suitable for the preparation of vitreous carbon. Plastics Engineering Company, Walter J Monacelli, November 25, 1986: US04624984 (7 worldwide citation)

The moldable composition disclosed herein comprises co-reacted mixtures of powder or otherwise blendable form of 20-80% by weight of a phenolic-furfuraldehyde Novolac resin and of 20-80% by weight of a phenolic-aldehyde resol resin in water, either in solution or suspension, the percentages being ba ...


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Louis L Korb, Keith E Lauritsen: Process for molding thin thermoset resin plates in an inverted cavity flash land mold shuttle. Plastics Engineering Company, Walter J Monacelli, June 30, 1987: US04676944 (5 worldwide citation)

The mold described herein comprises an upper and a lower portion in which the upper portion comprises an inverted cavity flash land mold section and the lower portion comprises a readily removable steel plate. By having the cavity flash land mold portion inverted and in the upper portion of the mold ...


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Phillip A Waitkus, Louis L Korb: Process for preparing a vitreous carbon. Plastics Engineering Company, Walter J Monacelli, November 25, 1986: US04624811 (2 worldwide citation)

The process for producing a vitreous carbon involves the molded product of a moldable composition produced from co-reacted mixtures of powder or otherwise blendable form of 20-80% by weight of a phenolic-furfuraldehyde Novolac resin and of 20-80% by weight of phenolic-aldehyde resol resin dispersed ...


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Louis L Korb, Phillip A Waitkus: Vitreous carbon and process for preparation thereof. Plastics Engineering Company, Walter J Monacelli, December 30, 1986: USRE032319

The vitreous carbon disclosed herein is prepared from intimate uniform mixtures of powder or otherwise blendable form of 20-80% by weight of a solid phenolic-aldehyde Novolak resin and of 20-80% by weight of a solid phenolic-aldehyde resol resin, the percentages being based on the combined weight of ...



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