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Stephen John Brown, Christopher John Brooke Dobbin, Clayton Trevor Elston, Norman Dorien Joseph Aubee, Gilbert Alexander Arnould, Sarah Marshall, Lawrence Thomas Kale, Mark Weber: Heterogeneous/homogeneous copolymer. Nova Chemicals, Kenneth H Johnson, January 10, 2006: US06984695 (50 worldwide citation)

Novel polyethylene copolymer compositions prepared with a homogeneous catalyst system are characterized by having a unique high molecular weight, low comonomer (high density) fraction. These heterogeneous/homogeneous compositions may be prepared using a solution polymerization process in which the p ...


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John William Swabey, Patrick Lam, Sarah Marshall: High density homopolymer blends. Nova Chemicals, Kenneth H Johnson, June 15, 2010: US07737220 (5 worldwide citation)

A blend of ethylene homopolymers contains at least one blend component having a very low molecular weight and a narrow molecular weight distribution. The blend has surprisingly high density and low hexane extractables. The blend is suitable for the manufacture of a wide variety of plastic goods incl ...


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Peter Clarke, Sarah Marshall: Confectionery product containing active and/or reactive components and methods of productions thereof. READING SCIENTIFIC SERVICES, Cantor Colburn, March 29, 2016: US09295269

The invention relates to a confectionery product comprising an extruded body portion, the body portion having a plurality of capillaries disposed therein, one or more of the capillaries being at least partially filled with a fill material which is a different material from that of the extruded body ...


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Norman Dorien Joseph Aubee, Tingting Yu Chuang, Douglas Checknita, P Scott Chisholm, Patrick Lam, Sarah Marshall, Denny Paul Sauvageau, Tony Tikuisis: Barrier film for food packaging. NOVA Chemicals, Lawrence T Kale, March 7, 2017: US09587093

Barrier films are prepared from a blend of two high density polyethylene blend components and a high performance organic nucleating agent. The two high density polyethylene blend components have substantially different melt indices. Large reductions in the moisture vapor transmission rate of the fil ...


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Peter Clarke, Sarah Marshall, Clive R T Norton: Comestible products, apparatus for comestible production. CADBURY, Cantor Colburn, October 31, 2017: US09801397

The apparatus (100) includes a die head (118) for extruding a main comestible material to form an extrudate body. A plurality of nozzles (160, FIG. 7) is located within the die head for introducing a comestible fluid into the extrudate body to form a plurality of filled capillaries. A control system ...


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Stephen John Brown, Christopher John Brooke Dobbin, Clayton Trevor Elston, Norman Dorien Joseph Aubee, Gilbert Alexander Arnould, Sarah Marshall, Lawrence Thomas Kale, Mark Weber: Heterogeneous/homogeneous copolymer. NOVA Chemicals, Kenneth H Johnson, May 6, 2004: US20040086671-A1

Novel polyethylene copolymer compositions prepared with a homogeneous catalyst system are characterized by having a unique high molecular weight, low comonomer (high density) fraction. These heterogeneous/homogeneous compositions may be prepared using a solution polymerization process in Which the p ...


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Tony Tikuisis, Gilbert Arnould, John Bayley, P Scott Chisholm, Sarah Marshall: High molecular weight polyethylene glycol as polymer process aids. NOVA Chemicals, Kenneth H Johnson, March 31, 2005: US20050070644-A1

A polymer process aid (PPA) for reducing melt defects in extruded polyethylene in the absence of fluoropolymers. The PPA is inexpensive and is also very effective for the reduction of extruder pressures. The PPA functions especially well for the extrusion of linear low density polyethylene.


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Sarah Britton, Bruce Daggy, Sarah Marshall: Compositions containing plant seed oil. Smithkline Beecham Corporation, Corporate Intellectual Property Us Uw2220, February 24, 2005: US20050042310-A1

The invention relates to palatable compositions comprising a plant seed oil selected from a Ribes fruit, evening primrose or borage plant, a hydrocolloid base, a sweetening agent and an aqueous phase wherein the hydrocolloid base consists of starch and at least one thickening agent or alternatively ...


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Sarah Marshall, Tony Tikuisis, Norman Dorien Joseph Aubee, Patrick Lam: Method for reducing dusting in hdpe. NOVA Chemicals, Kenneth H Johnson, November 2, 2006: US20060246309-A1

High density polyethylene (hdpe) containing from 500 to 20,000 ppm of talc is used to prepare barrier film which is resistant to water vapor transmission. The addition of talc reduces the formation of “dust” (i.e. abraded polyethylene particles) during the manufacture of packages from the barrier fi ...


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John William Swabey, Patrick Lam, Sarah Marshall: High density homopolymer blends. NOVA Chemicals, Kenneth H Johnson, March 2, 2006: US20060047078-A1

A blend of ethylene homopolymers contains at least one blend component having a very low molecular weight and a narrow molecular weight distribution. The blend has surprisingly high density and low hexane extractables. The blend is suitable for the manufacture of a wide variety of plastic goods incl ...