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Todd J Obijeski, Georgia M Huff, Rexford A Maugans, Osborne K McKinney: Elastic materials and articles therefrom. The Dow Chemical Company, December 5, 1995: US05472775 (138 worldwide citation)

Elastic materials, particularly films, strips, coatings, ribbons and sheets made from at least one substantially linear ethylene polymer are disclosed which can be fabricated on conventional polyolefin extrusion equipment. They can be used to produce elastic composite structures that are stretchable ...


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George W Knight, Rexford A Maugans, Edward N Knickerbocker: Elastic fibers, fabrics and articles fabricated therefrom. The Dow Chemical Company, October 31, 2000: US06140442 (50 worldwide citation)

Elastic fibers and fabrics made from homogeneously branched substantially linear ethylene polymers are disclosed which can be produced on conventional polypropylene or polyethylene fiber or fabric processes. They can be used to produce highly elastic structures that can have recycle compatibility be ...


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Rexford A Maugans, Thomas T Allgeuer, Jill M Martin: Method of making a breathable, meltblown nonwoven. The Dow Chemical Company, January 23, 2001: US06176952 (41 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method of making a breathable nonwoven fabric having enhanced moisture barrier properties. In particular, the invention pertains to a method of making a meltblown fibrous layer having an improved hydrohead performance (e.g. greater than 40 millibars (16 inches of H


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Rexford A Maugans, Edward N Knickerbocker, Kenneth B Stewart: Polypropylene/ethylene polymer fiber having improved bond performance and composition for making the same. The Dow Chemical Company, August 28, 2001: US06281289 (32 worldwide citation)

The subject invention is directed to fibers and polymer blend compositions having improved bonding performance. In particular, the subject invention pertains to a multiconstituent fiber comprising a blend of a polypropylene polymer and a high molecular weight (i.e. low melt index or melt flow) ethyl ...


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Rajen M Patel, Pak Wing S Chum, Stephen F Hahn, Leonie K Walsh, Rexford A Maugans, Selim Bensason, Thoi H Ho, Calvin P Esneault: Hydrogenated block copolymers having elasticity and articles made therefrom. The Dow Chemical Company, August 17, 2004: US06777082 (29 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a fiber produced form a composition comprising at least one hydrogenated block copolymer and, optionally, at least one other polymer selected from the group consisting of a reactive tailored liquid polyurethane, an elastomeric or sulfonated ethylene/vinyl aromatic in ...


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Rexford A Maugans, Edward N Knickerbocker, George W Knight: Fabrics fabricated from elastic fibers. The Dow Chemical Company, June 19, 2001: US06248851 (21 worldwide citation)

Elastic fibers and fabrics made from homogeneously branched linear ethylene polymers are disclosed. The elastic fibers and fabrics can be used to produce structures that can have recycle compatibility between elastic and non elastic components. The novel fibers have at least about 50% recovery at 10 ...


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Jang hi Im, Rexford A Maugans, David R Kiesel: Multilayer film with dead fold and twistability characteristics. The Dow Chemical Company, October 23, 1990: US04965135 (21 worldwide citation)

A multilayer film is provided in the form of an extruded sheet for food wrapping and cooking procedures. The film is made up of alternating layers of a first generally ductile material and a second generally brittle material. Upon wrapping a food item or container, the film exhibits dead fold and/or ...


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Ashish Sen, John Klier, Rexford A Maugans, Kenneth Stewart Jr: Elastic bicomponent and biconstituent fibers, and methods of making cellulosic structures from the same. Dow Global Technologies, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC, November 2, 2004: US06811871 (17 worldwide citation)

The elasticity of elastic, absorbent structures, e.g., diapers, is improved without a significant compromise of the absorbency of the structure by the use of bicomponent and/or biconstituent elastic fiber. The absorbent structures typically comprise a staple fiber, e.g., cellulose fibers, and a bico ...


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Rexford A Maugans, Ed N Knickerbocker, Rebecca J Sawchuk, Alan R Whetten, Ronald P Markovich, Pak Wing S Chum: Ethylene polymer having improving sealing performance and articles fabricated from the same. The Dow Chemical Company, January 18, 2000: US06015617 (14 worldwide citation)

The subject invention is directed to polymer compositions having improved bond performance, to a method for improving the bond performance of a polymer composition, and to fabricated articles, such as fibers and fabrics which exhibit an improved bond performance, and to other fabricated articles, in ...


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Rexford A Maugans, Edward N Knickerbocker, George W Knight: Elastic fibers. The Dow Chemical Company, February 27, 2001: US06194532 (13 worldwide citation)

Elastic fibers and fabrics made from homogeneously branched linear ethylene polymers are disclosed. The elastic fibers and fabrics can be used to produce structures that can have recycle compatibility between elastic and non elastic components. The novel fibers have at least about 50% recovery at 10 ...