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David A Babb, W Frank Richey, Katherine S Clement, Eric S Moyer, Marius W Sorenson: Photodefinable polymers containing perfluorocyclobutane groups. The Dow Chemical Company, June 20, 1995: US05426164 (68 worldwide citation)

A polymer has at least one photoactive site and more than one perfluorocyclobutane group. New monomers containing photoactive sites or photoactive precursors and at least one perfluorovinyl group are useful for making such polymers. Processes of making such polymers and the monomers from which they ...


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Marius W Sorenson, Robert A Cipriano, Jose J Longoria, John D Weaver: Ion-exchange polymers having an expanded microstructure. The Dow Chemical Company, Ann K Galbraith, Stephen S Grace, January 4, 2000: US06011074 (20 worldwide citation)

Novel organic ion-exchange polymers and membranes formed from these polymers provide improved performance in electrolytic cells. The membranes exhibit an expanded micro-structure as the result of the removal of organic groups previously reacted with the ion-exchange groups of the polymer. The polyme ...


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Bobby R Ezzell, Marius W Sorenson: Electrolyte series flow in electrolytic chlor-alkali cells. The Dow Chemical Company, W J Lee, April 8, 1980: US04197179 (17 worldwide citation)

In an electrolytic chlor-alkali cell, or bank of cells, having a plurality of electrolyte compartments containing electrode pairs (anodes and cathodes) and wherein a hydraulically-impermeable membrane separates the electrolyte compartments into catholyte portions and anolyte portions, said cell or c ...


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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 ...


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Marius W Sorenson: Electrolysis process using concentric tube membrane electrolytic cell. The Dow Chemical Company, December 13, 1988: US04790914 (8 worldwide citation)

The invention is a method for operating a vertically disposed, electrolytic cell of the type having:


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Bobby R Ezzell, Jacquelyn M Malone, Marius W Sorenson: Electrolysis of aqueous solutions of alkali-metal halides employing a flexible polymeric hydraulically-impermeable membrane disposed against a roughened surface cathode. The Dow Chemical Company, M W Barrow, May 5, 1981: US04265719 (7 worldwide citation)

Cell and process for operating chlor-alkali brine electrolysis cell which contains an anode, a cathode, and a non-rigid permionic membrane. Non-rigid, non-impregnated membrane is disposed against the cathode face by a positive pressure differential maintained between the anolyte and catholyte contra ...


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Marius W Sorenson, Bobby R Ezzell, John R Pimlott: Vertical cathode pocket assembly for membrane-type electrolytic cell. The Dow Chemical Company, M W Barrow, May 11, 1982: US04329218 (6 worldwide citation)

A pocket shaped cathode for use in an electrolytic cell employing membrane separators between the catholyte and anolyte is described which by reason of its configuration reduces the power requirements of an electrolytic cell. More particularly there is described a cathode which is pocket shaped, has ...


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Bobby R Ezzell, Harry S Burney Jr, Marius W Sorenson: Electrolytic cell ion-exchange membranes. The Dow Chemical Company, W J Lee, March 8, 1983: US04376030 (6 worldwide citation)

Electrolytic cell ion-exchange membranes, comprising fluoropolymers having pendant sulfonic acid functional groups and/or carboxylic acid functional groups, are treated with primary, secondary, and/or tertiary amines to provide dimensional stability and other improvements to the membranes. The treat ...