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Walter J Schrenk, Charles B Arends, Conrad F Balazs, Ray A Lewis, John A Wheatley: Formable reflective multilayer body. The Dow Chemical Company, October 22, 1996: US05568316 (225 worldwide citation)

A formable multilayer reflective polymeric body which has a substantially uniform broad bandwidth reflectance over substantially the entire range of the visible spectrum to provide a substantially uniform reflective appearance is provided. The body includes at least first and second diverse polymeri ...


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Ray A Lewis, David M Wisniewski, Ravi Ramanathan, Walter J Schrenk: Layer thickness gradient control in multilayer polymeric bodies. The Dow Chemical Company, February 14, 1995: US05389324 (196 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for generating, and then precisely controlling, layer thickness gradients in multilayered polymeric reflective bodies are provided. The creation of such gradients is useful in tailoring multilayer bodies to reflect and/or transmit desired wavelengths of light. Both thermal and ...


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Charles B Arends, Walter J Schrenk, Ray A Lewis, Ravi Ramanathan, John Wheatley: Two component infrared reflecting film. The Dow Chemical Company, November 1, 1994: US05360659 (196 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a two-component infrared reflecting film which reflects light in the infrared region of the spectrum while suppressing second, third and fourth order reflections in the visible spectrum. The film comprises alternating layers of first (A) and second (B) diverse polymeri ...


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Walter J Schrenk, Charles B Arends, Conrad F Balazs, Ray A Lewis, John A Wheatley: Formable reflective multilayer body. The Dow Chemical Company, September 5, 1995: US05448404 (156 worldwide citation)

A formable multilayer reflective polymeric body which has a substantially uniform broad bandwidth reflectance over substantially the entire range of the visible spectrum to provide a substantially uniform reflective appearance is provided. The body includes at least first and second diverse polymeri ...


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Stephen M Hoenig, Yunwa W Cheung, Daniel G Moldovan, Wenbin Liang, Chuiwah A Cheung, Ray A Lewis, John Newton: Polymer blends from interpolymers of ethylene/α-olefins and flexible molded articles made therefrom. Dow Global Technologies, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC, May 11, 2010: US07714071 (30 worldwide citation)

Polymer blends comprises 1) at least one ethylene/α-olefin interpolymer and 2) at least one polyolefin, or at least one styrenic block copolymer, or a combination thereof. Such polyolefins include, but are not limited to, high melt strength high density polyethylene and high melt strength polypropyl ...


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Walther C Reinhardt, Ray A Lewis, Jeff A Ewald: Method and apparatus for welding together fluoropolymer pipe liners. Crane Co, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, May 8, 2001: US06228204 (16 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for welding fluoropolymeric pipe liners together comprising: a plate having first and second opposing surfaces, the first and second opposing surfaces facing away from each other; a temperature-resistant coating overlaying at least one of the opposing surfaces; and means for heating the ...


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Leo R Novak, Ray A Lewis: Electrically-Dissipative Propylene Polymer Composition. Dow Global Technologies, The Dow Chemical Company, October 18, 2007: US20070244228-A1

Disclosed are electrically-dissipative propylene polymer compositions with a desirable balance of improved flow marks, conductivity and a good balance of impact resistance and stiffness.


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Stephen M Hoenig, Yunwa W Cheung, Daniel G Moldovan, Wenbin Liang, Chuiwah A Cheung, Ray A Lewis, John Newton: Polymer blends from interpolymers of ethylene/alpha-olefins and flexible molded articles made therefrom. Dow Global Technologies, Jones Day, September 21, 2006: US20060211819-A1

Polymer blends comprises 1) at least one ethylene/α-olefin interpolymer and 2) at least one polyolefin, or at least one styrenic block copolymer, or a combination thereof. Such polyolefins include, but are not limited to, high melt strength high density polyethylene and high melt strength polypropyl ...


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Ronald Van Daele, Ray A Lewis, Robert P Haley JR: Method for controlling and optimizing microwave heating of plastic sheet. Dow Global Technologies, The Dow Chemical Company, Osha Liang, November 11, 2010: US20100282741-A1

A method for processing a thermoplastic material (46), the method including: passing a thermoplastic material through a microwave heating apparatus (40) a a selected feed rate; wherein the microwave heating apparatus comprises: a microwave emitter for supplying microwave energy to a resonant cavity ...