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Richard G Carter, Walter P Miller, Stuart L Watson Jr: Acrylated urethane silicone compositions. Union Carbide Corporation, Francis M Fazio, January 18, 1983: US04369300 (39 worldwide citation)

Acrylated urethane silicone compositions are formed from the reaction of a silicone carbinol, a polyisocyanate and a hydroxy-functional acrylate. These compositions are useful as components of improved radiation-curable coating compositions.


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Stuart L Watson Jr, Gordon R Humphreys: Method of making mixed aliphatic/aromatic polycarbodiimides. Union Carbide Corporation, Bernard Francis Crowe, Bernard Francis Crowe, December 11, 1984: US04487964 (29 worldwide citation)

Mixed aliphatic/aromatic polycarbodiimides can be prepared by first heating aliphatic mono- and diisocyanates with a phospholene oxide catalyst and then feeding the aromatic mono and/or diisocyanates in an inert solvent to the reaction mixture, thus preparing cross-linking agents for carboxylated la ...


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Stuart L Watson Jr: Procedure for production of lower viscosity radiation-curable acrylated urethanes. Union Carbide Corporation, Stanley Ktorides, January 20, 1981: US04246391 (29 worldwide citation)

Radiation-curable acrylated urethanes having a lower viscosity than heretofore achievable without dilution are produced by an improved process that involves first reacting a monohydroxy-functional acrylate with a polyisocyanate followed by the reaction of the product mixture produced with a polyol. ...


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Stuart L Watson Jr: Low temperature crosslinking of water-borne resins. Union Carbide Chemicals and Plastics Company, Jean B Mauro, December 11, 1990: US04977219 (26 worldwide citation)

Carboxylated latex resins and neutralized carboxylated water-soluble polymers are crosslinked with aliphatic or cycloaliphatic polyfunctional polycarbodiimides or mixed aliphatic-aromatic polyfunctional polycarbodiimides.


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Stuart L Watson Jr: Radiation-curable acrylated urethane polycarbonate compositions. Union Carbide Corporation, Stanley Ktorides, April 28, 1981: US04264752 (24 worldwide citation)

Acrylated urethane polycarbonate compositions are formed from the reaction of a polycarbonate polyol, a polyisocyanate and a hydroxy-containing acrylate monomer. These compositions are useful as components of improved radiation-curable compositions.


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Richard G Carter, Stuart L Watson Jr, Arthur N Pines: Radiation-curable acrylated epoxy silicone compositions. Union Carbide Corporation, Francis M Fazio, October 6, 1981: US04293678 (20 worldwide citation)

A class of materials termed acrylated epoxy silicones have been synthesized. In one of its simplest forms, the final product can be the reaction product of an epoxy silicone and acrylic acid. These novel materials can be used per se or in formulations as coatings compositions that are readily cured ...


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Stuart L Watson Jr, Gordon R Humphreys: Method of using mixed aliphatic/aromatic polycarbodiimides. Union Carbide Corporation, Jean B Mauro, May 6, 1986: US04587301 (17 worldwide citation)

Mixed aliphatic/aromatic polycarbodiimides can be prepared by first heating aliphatic mono- and diisocyanates with a phospholene oxide catalyst and then feeding the aromatic mono and/or diisocyanates in an inert solvent to the reaction mixture. These polycarbodiimides find use in a method for cross- ...


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Todd A Hanna, David L Haley, Stuart L Watson: Carbon dioxide blown polyurethane packaging foam with chemical nucleating agents. E R Carpenter Company, Beveridge DeGrandi Weilacher & Young, July 13, 1993: US05227408 (14 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing polyurethane packaging foam for dispensing into a container in which an article is present to be packaged for shipping, wherein the temperature of the polyurethane foam being dispensed into the container is reduced, as is the maximum reaction exotherm temperature. The method in ...


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Stuart L Watson Jr, Richard G Carter: Acrylated silicones as radiation-curable overprint varnishes. Union Carbide Corporation, Henry H Gibson, May 25, 1982: US04331704 (13 worldwide citation)

Acrylated organomodified silicone compounds are formulated into radiation-curable varnishes applied in thin films to the surface of uncured, oil-based ink prints in line with the printing operation. The coating cures to a tack-free high gloss surface.