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Samuel Hoch, Michael H Fisch: Electrical grade polyvinyl chloride resin composition stabilized with a non-lead stabilizer. Witco Corporation, Lockwood Alex FitzGibbon & Cummings, May 26, 1998: US05756570 (21 worldwide citation)

An electrical grade polyvinyl chloride resin composition suitable for use as an electrical insulation material and avoiding the use of lead based stabilizers having a high volume resistivity when exposed to or immersed in water and a high resistance to deterioration when heated at temperatures above ...


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Marvin Landau, Samuel J Bellettiere, Samuel Hoch: Accelerator systems for the peroxide-catalyzed curing of unsaturated polyester resin compositions. Tenneco Chemicals, Evelyn Berlow, November 20, 1979: US04175064 (17 worldwide citation)

Accelerator systems that comprise cobalt and potassium salts of organic acids are used to accelerate the curing of peroxide-catalyzed unsaturated polyester resin compositions.


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Samuel Hoch, Mario Q Ceprini: Stable liquid antimony stabilizer compositions and vinyl halide resins containing same. Tenneco Chemicals, Evelyn Berlow, June 22, 1982: US04336168 (14 worldwide citation)

Shelf-stable liquid antimony stabilizer compositions for vinyl halide resin compositions comprise a liquid antimony organic sulfur- and/or oxygen-containing compound, such as antimony tris-(isooctyl thioglycolate), and a stabilizing amount of an acidic organic compound that may be a mercaptoacid est ...


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Samuel J Bellettiere, Raymond Hurley, Samuel Hoch: Drier systems for water-borne surface-coating compositions. Nuodex, June 21, 1983: US04389328 (10 worldwide citation)

Water-borne surface-coating compositions comprise an oxidizable organic film-forming resinous vehicle and a drier system that comprises a cobalt salt-potassium salt complex and that has a total metal content of 5% to 14% by weight. The drier system may also contain other metal salts, e.g., calcium s ...


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Samuel Hoch, Mario Q Ceprini, Emery Szabo: Liquid stabilizer systems and vinyl halide resin compositions containing same. Tenneco Chemicals, Evelyn Berlow, November 22, 1977: US04059562 (9 worldwide citation)

Vinyl halide resin compositions that are characterized by excellent early color and color hold, excellent long term heat and light stability, and good processability contain a liquid stabilizer system that comprises


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Samuel Hoch, Emery Szabo: Organotin compounds and vinyl halide resin compositions stabilized therewith. Tenneco Chemicals, Evelyn Berlow, September 5, 1978: US04111903 (9 worldwide citation)

Sulfur-containing organotin compounds that are mobile liquids of low viscosity and that have a relatively mild sulfur odor have the structural formula ##STR1## wherein each R represents an alkyl group having 1 to 8 carbon atoms, each R' represents --S--(CH.sub.2).sub.n --COOR", --SR", or --OOC--CH.d ...


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Donald Goodman, Mario Q Ceprini, Samuel Hoch, Marvin Koral: Aqueous dispersions of free radical-generating polymerization initiators. Tenneco Chemicals, Evelyn Berlow, February 15, 1983: US04374057 (7 worldwide citation)

An aqueous dispersion of a free radical-generating polymerization initiator that is a shelf-stable liquid at temperatures at which the initiator can be stored safely comprises 10% to 50% by weight of a liquid free radical-generating polymerization initiator, 0.8% to 3% by weight of a suspending agen ...


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Samuel J Bellettiere, Raymond Hurley, Samuel Hoch: Water-borne surface-coating compositions containing complexed cobalt driers. Tenneco Chemicals, Evelyn Berlow, January 19, 1982: US04311625 (6 worldwide citation)

Water-borne surface-coating compositions comprise an oxidizable organic film-forming resinous vehicle and a drier system that comprises a cobalt salt-potassium salt complex and that has a total metal content of 5% to 14% by weight. The drier system may also contain other metal salts, e.g., calcium s ...


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Donald Goodman, Mario Q Ceprini, Samuel Hoch, Marvin Koral: Process for the production of aqueous dispersions of solid free radical-generating initiators. Tenneco Chemicals, Evelyn Berlow, March 15, 1983: US04376719 (6 worldwide citation)

Stable aqueous dispersions of free radical-generating polymerization initiators that are solid at temperatures above 0.degree. C. are prepared safely and efficiently by homogenizing a suspension of the initiator in an aqueous system that contains small amounts of a suspending agent and a wetting age ...