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Paul T Weisman, Stephen A Goldman: High-density absorbent structures. September 9, 1986: US04610678 (710 worldwide citation)

Absorbent structures comprising a mixture of hydrophilic fibers and discrete particles of a water insoluble hydrogel are disclosed. The fiber/hydrogel ratios range from about 30:70 to about 98:2. The absorbent structures have a density of from about 0.15 g/cm.sup.3 to about 1 g/cm.sup.3. The structu ...


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Stephen A Goldman, Herbert L Retzsch, Todd L Mansfield: Absorbent members for body fluids having good wet integrity and relatively high concentrations of hydrogel-forming absorbent polymer having high porosity. The Proctor & Gamble Company, Eric W Guttag, Carl J Roof, E Kelly Linman, October 8, 1996: US05562646 (325 worldwide citation)

Absorbent members useful in the containment of body fluids such as urine, that have at least one region containing hydrogel-forming absorbent polymer in a concentration of from about 60 to 100% by weight and providing a gel-continuous fluid transportation zone when in a swollen state. This hydrogel- ...


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Stephen A Goldman, Nancy A Haynes, Todd L Mansfield, Manfred Plischke, Herbert L Retzsch, Trevor Walker, Gerald A Young: Absorbent members for body fluids having good wet integrity and relatively high concentrations of hydrogel-forming absorbent polymer. The Procter & Gamble Company, Eric W Guttag, Carl J Roof, E Kelly Linman, February 4, 1997: US05599335 (282 worldwide citation)

Absorbent members useful in the containment of body fluids such as urine, that have at least one region containing hydrogel-forming absorbent polymer in a concentration of from about 60 to 100% by weight and providing a gel-continuous fluid transportation zone when in a swollen state. This hydrogel- ...


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Kerryn A Brandt, Stephen A Goldman, Thomas A Inglin: Hydrogel-forming polymer compositions for use in absorbent structures. The Proctor & Gamble Company, George W Allen, Jack D Schaeffer, Steven J Goldstein, March 31, 1987: US04654039 (198 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to improved hydrogel-forming polymer compositions which can be used as absorbents in absorbent structures and absorbent articles such as diapers, sanitary napkins and the like. Such hydrogel-forming polymer compositions are substantially water-insoluble, slightly cross- ...


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Keith J Stone, Thomas A DesMarais, John C Dyer, Bryn Hird, Gary D La Von, Stephen A Goldman, Michelle R Peace, Paul Seiden: Absorbent foams made from high internal phase emulsions useful for acquiring and distributing aqueous fluids. The Proctor & Gamble Company, Eric W Guttag, Carl J Roof, E Kelly Linman, October 8, 1996: US05563179 (108 worldwide citation)

Absorbent foams materials that are capable of acquiring and distributing aqueous fluids, especially discharged body fluids such as urine. These absorbent foams combine relatively high capillary absorption pressures and capacity-per-weight properties that allow them to acquire fluid, with or without ...


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Stephen A Goldman, James C Horney, Herbert L Retzsch: Absorbent structures with gelling agent and absorbent articles containing such structures. The Procter & Gamble Company, George W Allen, Jerry J Yetter, October 29, 1991: US05061259 (108 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to absorbent structures and absorbent gelling agent compositions suitable for use in disposable absorbent articles such as diapers, incontinence products and catamenial products. The absorbent structures comprise hydrophilic fiber material and nonfragile particles of po ...


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Donald C Roe, Nicholas A Ahr, Christopher P Bewick Sonntag, Mattias Schmidt, Stephen A Goldman, John Christison, David Joseph Kenneth Goulait: Diaper including feces modification agent. The Procter & Gamble Company, Michael P Hayden, David M Weirich, Ken K Patel, May 28, 2002: US06395955 (53 worldwide citation)

An article to be fitted to a wearer including an agent which is available in an effective concentration to physically or chemically modify some or all of the fecal material or other bodily exudates deposited in the article. The modification of the feces may improve acceptance and/or retention of the ...


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Stephen A Goldman, Jeffrey J Scheibel: Use of polyglycerol aliphatic ether emulsifiers in making high internal phase emulsions that can be polymerized to provide absorbent foams. The Procter & Gamble Company, Eric W Guttag, Carl J Roof, E Kelly Linman, March 19, 1996: US05500451 (47 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing high internal phase emulsions (HIPE) that can be polymerized to provide flexible, microporous, open-celled polymeric foam materials capable of absorbing aqueous fluids, especially aqueous body fluids such as urine. The HIPE is prepared using certain polyglycerol aliphatic eth ...


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Stephen A Goldman, David V Myhre, Herbert L Retzsch: Absorbent vegetable materials. The Procter & Gamble Company, Jerry J Yetter, Kim W Zerby, George W Allen, April 12, 1988: US04737582 (20 worldwide citation)

This invention provides novel, highly absorbent pectin-containing vegetable materials, and a process for making these materials by incorporating into pectin-containing vegetable materials substituents which contain cation exchange groups. The present invention further provides absorbent structures c ...


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Keith J Stone, Thomas A DesMarais, Gary D LaVon, Stephen A Goldman, Paul Seiden: Absorbent foams made from high internal phase emulsions useful for acquiring and distributing aqueous fluids. The Procter & Gamble Company, Carl J Roof, Eric W Guttag, E Kelly Linman, May 27, 1997: US05632737 (18 worldwide citation)

Absorbent foams materials that are capable of acquiring and distributing aqueous fluids, especially discharged body fluids such as urine. These absorbent foams combine relatively high capillary absorption pressures and capacity-per-weight properties that allow them to acquire fluid, with or without ...