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XiaoChuan Wang, Yves Lacombe, Douglas Walter Checknita, Mark Rejman, Matthew Zaki Botros, Renee Laurel Anseeuw: Polyethylene compositions having high dimensional stability and excellent processability for caps and closures. NOVA Chemicals, Julie L Heinrich, July 7, 2015: US09074082 (10 worldwide citation)

A dual reactor solution polymerization process gives high density polyethylene compositions containing a first ethylene copolymer and a second ethylene copolymer and which have high dimensional stability, excellent processability as well as good organoleptic properties and reasonable stress cracking ...


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Mark Rejman, Tobias Blain Hileman, Michael Anthony Cappelli, Mark Edmund Weber, Gilbert Alexander Arnould, Chris Pajak, Matthew Zaki Botros: Method of selecting a plastic. Nova Chemicals, Kenneth H Johnson, February 24, 2015: US08965738

A plastic may be selected for a thin web application by finite element analysis of the part including the properties, including Poission's ratio of potential polymers from which the part may be made and subjecting the computer model of the part to loads to determine the deflection of the part under ...


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Jason Michael Rycroft, Gilbert Alexander Arnould, Matthew Zaki Botros, Mark Rejman: Hinge polymer. NOVA Chemicals, Lawrence T Kale, May 31, 2016: US09353250

A polymer suitable for use in a thin film hinge (living hinge) comprising from about 0.1 to about 5 weight % of a C4-8 comonomer and the balance ethylene, said composition having a density as determined according to ASTM D 792 from about 0.945 to about 0.965 g/cm3; a melt index as determined accordi ...


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Jason Michael Rycroft, Gilbert Alexander Arnould, Matthew Zaki Botros, Mark Rejman: Hinge polymer. NOVA Chemicals, Lawrence T Kale, April 3, 2018: US09932466

A polymer suitable for use in a thin film hinge (living hinge) comprising from about 0.1 to about 5 weight % of a C4-8 comonomer and the balance ethylene, said composition having a density as determined according to ASTM D 792 from about 0.945 to about 0.965 g/cm3; a melt index as determined accordi ...