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Robert E Sterling: Hydrocarbon block copolymer with dispersed polysiloxane. Medical Research Associates 2, Sherman & Shalloway, November 6, 1984: US04481323 (67 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a composition of matter composed of a substantially uniform mixture of a thermoplastic elastomeric hydrocarbon black copolymer and 0.1 to 12 percent by weight of the composition of a polysiloxane. The composition exhibits improved surface, elasticity, and tensile strength cha ...


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Robert E Sterling: Hydrocarbon block copolymer with dispersed polysiloxane. Medical Research Associates, Sherman & Shalloway, May 31, 1983: US04386179 (66 worldwide citation)

A composition of matter composed of a thermoplastic elastomeric hydrocarbon block copolymer having 0.1 to 8 percent polysiloxane, or silicone oil, uniformly distributed throughout. The composition exhibits improved surface, elasticity, and tensile strength characteristics as well as superior process ...


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Robert E Sterling: Hydrocarbon block copolymer with dispersed polysiloxane. Medical Research Associates, Sherman & Shalloway, April 16, 1985: US04511354 (55 worldwide citation)

A composition of matter composed of a thermoplastic elastomeric hydrocarbon block copolymer having 0.1 to 8 percent polysiloxane, or silicone oil, uniformly distributed throughout. The composition exhibits improved surface, elasticity, and tensile strength characteristics as well as superior process ...


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Robert E Sterling, Mathew R Sterling: Exhaust valve. Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, October 18, 1994: US05355673 (44 worldwide citation)

An exhaust tube having an internal butterfly valve is coupled to the exhaust end of a conventional exhaust pipe extending from an internal combustion engine. The valve plate is mounted for swinging about an axis offset from the axis of the exhaust tube. The valve plate is spring-biased to a normal p ...


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Robert E Sterling, Eugene P Goldberg: Thermoplastic polymers with dispersed fluorocarbon additives. RES Development, Kerkam Stowell Kondracki & Clarke, September 1, 1992: US05143963 (23 worldwide citation)

A composition of matter formed by melt-blending a thermoplastic polymer and from 0.01% to <1% of a fluorocarbon additive, the additive having a lower surface energy than that of the polymer; the blending resulting in a cooled admixture having a concentration of fluorocarbon additive through a cross- ...


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Robert E Sterling: Pneumatic hand tool exhaust muffler. Christensen O&apos Connor Johnson Kindness PLLC, April 3, 2001: US06209678 (20 worldwide citation)

A muffler for quieting exhaust expelled from a pneumatic hand tool having a handle and an exhaust passage. The muffler includes an inner tube having a plurality of holes, a number of dividers fixedly and spacedly positioned about the inner tube, and an end cap attachable to the handle for closing of ...


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Robert E Sterling: Pneumatic hand tool exhaust muffler. Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness PLLC, September 14, 1999: US05952623 (17 worldwide citation)

A muffler (30) for quieting exhaust expelled from a pneumatic hand tool (10) having a handle (12), an air intake port, and an exhaust port. The muffler (30) includes an inner tube with a plurality of holes, a number of washers (36) positioned longitudinally about the inner tube (32) at the location ...


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Robert E Sterling: Medical splint kit. Eugene F Friedman, April 26, 1977: US04019504 (15 worldwide citation)

A medical splint kit having reusable components and serviceable during the X-raying of the body part involved. The kit has a splint member formed from a material transparent to X-irradiation such as an acrylic plastic. The splint also includes sections of minute loops or hooks to facilitate its affi ...


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Robert E Sterling: Pneumatic hand tool exhaust muffler. Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness PLLC, June 1, 1999: US05909016 (15 worldwide citation)

A muffler (30) for quieting exhaust expelled from a pneumatic hand tool (10) having a handle (12), an air intake port, and an exhaust port. The muffler (30) includes an inner tube with a plurality of holes, a number of washers (36) positioned longitudinally about the inner tube (32) at the location ...


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Robert E Sterling: Hydrocarbon block copolymer with dispersed polysiloxane. Medical Research Associates 2, Sherman & Shalloway, November 12, 1985: US04552914 (12 worldwide citation)

A composition of matter composed of a thermoplastic elastomeric hydrocarbon block copolymer having 0.1 to 8 percent polysiloxane, or silicone oil, uniformly distributed throughout. The composition exhibits improved surface, elasticity, and tensile strength characteristics as well as superior process ...