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Malcolm F Finlayson, Craig C Garrison, Ralph E Guerra, Martin J Guest, Brian W S Kolthammer, Deepak R Parikh, Steven M Ueligger: Ultra-low molecular weight ethylene polymers. The Dow Chemical Company, April 25, 2000: US06054544 (67 worldwide citation)

The subject invention pertains to a non-pourable homogeneous ultra-low molecular weight ethylene polymer composition and a process for the preparation thereof. Such polymer compositions have longer lamella and a greater degree of crystalline organization than corresponding higher molecular weight ma ...


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Malcolm F Finlayson, Ralph E Guerra, Craig C Garrison, Martin J Guest, Brian W S Kolthammer, Steven M Ueligger, Deepak R Parikh: Ultra-low molecular weight ethylene polymers. The Dow Chemical Company, January 1, 2002: US06335410 (53 worldwide citation)

The subject invention pertains to a non-pourable homogeneous ultra-low molecular weight ethylene polymer composition and a process for the preparation thereof Such polymer compositions have longer lamella and a greater degree of crystalline organization than corresponding higher molecular weight mat ...


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Ricky L Tabor, Zdravko Jezic, Gerald M Lancaster, Gene P Young, John O Bieser, Malcolm F Finlayson: Method for making bicomponent fibers. The Dow Chemical Company, December 13, 1994: US05372885 (52 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for making thermoplastic bicomponent fibers by contacting under thermally bonding conditions (a) a first component being at least one high performance thermoplastic polymer, such as PET, PBT, nylon or the like, and (b) a second component which is olefinic and which forms at lea ...


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Malcolm F Finlayson, Craig C Garrison, Ralph E Guerra, Martin J Guest, Brian W S Kolthammer, Deepak R Parikh, Steven M Ueligger: Process for making ultra-low molecular weight ethylene polymers and blends thereof. The Dow Chemical Company, April 20, 2004: US06723810 (46 worldwide citation)

Process for making a non-pourable ultra-low molecular weight ethylene polymer composition and blends thereof. Such polymer compositions tend to have longer lamella and a greater degree of crystalline organization than corresponding higher molecular weight materials at an equivalent density.


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Eugene R Simmons, William L Bunnelle, David B Malcolm, Keith C Knutson, Thomas F Kauffman, Mark S Kroll, Michael S Keehr, Deepak R Parikh, Jimmy D Allen, David R Speth, Selim Yalvac, Malcolm F Finlayson, Cynthia L Rickey: Adhesives comprising olefin polymers. The Dow Chemical Company, H B Fuller Licensing & Financing, April 3, 2007: US07199180 (32 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are adhesives and processes for preparing the same, comprising at least one first homogeneous ethylene/α-olefin interpolymer, and optionally at least one tackifier, and optionally at least one plasticizer. The claimed adhesives are useful as adhesives such as are employed in various applic ...


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Malcolm F Finlayson, Kenneth E Springs, John J Gathers, James L Cooper, Stephen M Oliver: Internally sized articles and method for making same. The Dow Chemical Company, November 30, 1999: US05993604 (13 worldwide citation)

The present pertains to an improved method of internally sizing a cellulosic article and an improved internally sized cellulosic article where a water-dispersible, water- and alkali-insoluble internal sizing agent from an interpolymer of an ethylenically unsaturated hydrocarbon monomer and an ethyle ...


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Malcolm F Finlayson, Kenneth E Springs, John J Gathers, James L Cooper, Walter L Vaughn, Brian H Schumann, Stephen M Oliver: Method for externally sizing fibrous materials. The Dow Chemical Company, November 19, 2002: US06482886 (12 worldwide citation)

Fibrous product is externally sized by applying to the material a basic aqueous dispersion of an interpolymer of an ethylenically unsaturated monomer and an ethylenically unsaturated carboxylic acid comonomer. The preferred dispersions which have lower initial viscosities provide dispersion/starch d ...


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Ravi Ramanathan, Thomas D Traugott, Leo R Novak, Malcolm F Finlayson: Blow moldable propylene polymer compositions. Dow Global Technologies, August 31, 2004: US06784252 (11 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are blow molded automotive articles comprising a coupled propylene polymer composition.


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Marlin E Walters, Marius W Sorenson, Malcolm F Finlayson, Robin J Lee, Clark H Cummins: Molecular melt and methods for making and using the molecular melt. Dow Global Technologies, November 28, 2006: US07141182 (10 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a molecular melt composition comprising an antioxidant and a coupling agent. The molecular melt is partially amorphous in nature. The invention also includes a method for making the molecular melt composition and a method for using the molecular melt to produce coupled ...


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Marlin E Walters, Marius W Sorenson, Malcolm F Finlayson, Robin J Lee, Clark H Cummins: Molecular melt and methods for making and using the molecular melt. Dow Global Technologies, August 17, 2004: US06776924 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a molecular melt composition comprising an antioxidant and a coupling agent. The molecular melt is partially amorphous in nature. The invention also includes a method for making the molecular melt composition and a method for using the molecular melt to produce coupled ...