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Brian W S Kolthammer, Robert S Cardwell, Ronald P Markovich, Bharat I Chaudhary, Adam E Laubach, Jesus Nieto: Ethylene interpolymer blend compositions. The Dow Chemical Company, September 10, 2002: US06448341 (169 worldwide citation)

Film, molded articles and fibers prepared from ethylene/&agr;-olefin interpolymer compositions are disclosed. The interpolymer compositions are blends prepared by combining specified amounts of a narrow molecular weight distribution, narrow composition distribution breadth index interpolymer, and a ...


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Pak Wing Steve Chum, Ronald P Markovich, George W Knight, Shih Yaw Lai: Fabricated articles made from ethylene polymer blends. The Dow Chemical Company, October 14, 1997: US05677383 (130 worldwide citation)

Fabricated articles made from formulated ethylene polymer compositions are disclosed. Films made from such formulated compositions have surprisingly good impact and tensile properties, and an especially good combination of modulus and toughness. The ethylene polymer compositions have at least one ho ...


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Pak Wing Steve Chum, George W Knight, Ronald P Markovich, Shih Yaw Lai: Fabricated articles made from ethylene polymer blends. The Dow Chemical Company, August 29, 2000: US06111023 (110 worldwide citation)

Fabricated articles made from formulated ethylene polymer compositions are disclosed. Films made from such formulated compositions have surprisingly good impact and tensile properties, and an especially good combination of modulus and toughness. The ethylene polymer compositions have at least one ho ...


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Pak Wing Steve Chum, Ronald P Markovich, George W Knight, Shih Yaw Lai: Ethylene polymer fiber made from ethylene polymer blends. The Dow Chemical Company, November 13, 2001: US06316549 (98 worldwide citation)

Fibers made from formulated ethylene polymer compositions are disclosed. The ethylene polymer compositions have at least one homogeneously branched linear ethylene/&agr;-olefin interpolymer and at least one heterogeneously branched ethylene polymer. The homogeneously branched linear ethylene/&agr;-o ...


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Pak Wing Steve Chum, Ronald P Markovich, George W Knight, Shih Yaw Lai: Ethylene polymer film made from ethylene polymer blends. The Dow Chemical Company, December 8, 1998: US05847053 (39 worldwide citation)

Fabricated articles made from formulated ethylene polymer compositions are disclosed. Films made from such formulated compositions have surprisingly good impact and tensile properties, and an especially good combination of modulus and toughness. The ethylene polymer compositions have at least one ho ...


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Deepak R Parikh, Pak Wing S Chum, Rajen M Patel, Klye G Kummer, Pradeep Jain, Thomas J McKeand Jr, Ronald P Markovich, Timothy E Clayfield, Wasif Ahmed Khan: Polyolefin elastomer blends exhibiting improved properties. The Dow Chemical Company, December 21, 1999: US06005053 (35 worldwide citation)

Polymer mixtures are disclosed which comprise at least one homogeneously branched ethylene polymer (A) and at least one ethylene polymer (B) having a crystallinity which is at least 7% greater than the crystallinity of polymer (A) with certain provisos. A process for making a molded article using th ...


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Alan R Whetten, Ronald P Markovich, Steve M Hoenig, Edward E Greene: Gaskets made from olefin polymers. The Dow Chemical Company, May 22, 2001: US06235822 (30 worldwide citation)

Gaskets comprising either at least one homogeneously branched ethylene polymer or at least one elastic substantially linear ethylene polymer, at least one ethylene/carboxylic acid interpolymer; and at least one slip agent are disclosed. These gaskets may also contain enhanced polyethylenes produced ...


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Bharat I Chaudhary, Ronald P Markovich, Adam E Laubach, Jesus Nieto: Thermoplastic compositions for durable goods applications. The Dow Chemical Company, March 26, 2002: US06362270 (28 worldwide citation)

Thermoplastic compositions have been discovered which are suitable for rotational molding. The compositions have improved processability and/or improved physical and mechanical properties. The compositions advantageously often exhibit one or more of the following: reduced low shear viscosity, reduce ...


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Ronald P Markovich, Dale M Elley Bristow, Miguel A Prieto, Russell P Barry, Felipe Martinez, Daniel J Falla, Julien H J M Damen: Cap liners, closures and gaskets from multi-block polymers. Dow Global Technologies, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC, March 2, 2010: US07671106 (27 worldwide citation)

A polymer composition comprises at least an ethylene/α-olefin interpolymer and at least one other polymer. The other polymer can be selected from a second ethylene/α-olefin interpolymer, an elastomer, a polyolefin, a polar polymer, and an ethylene/carboxylic acid interpolymer or ionomer thereof. The ...


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Ronald P Markovich, Alan R Whetten: Foamed gaskets made from homogeneous olefin polymers. The Dow Chemical Company, March 3, 1998: US05723507 (26 worldwide citation)

Foamed gaskets comprising at least one homogeneously branched ethylene polymer and at least one blowing agent are disclosed. The gaskets are particularly useful for sealing food and liquid containers and do not contribute to taste and/or odor of the packaged product, which is especially useful in fo ...