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James M Evans, Vincent W Ting: Modified epoxy resins, processes for making and using same and substrates coated therewith. SCM Corporation, Irons & Sears, July 15, 1980: US04212781 (88 worldwide citation)

Discloses a technique for modifying an epoxy resin by reacting with addition copolymerizable monomer in the presence of at least 3% of benzoyl peroxide at about 110.degree. C. to 120.degree. C., or the free radical initiating equivalent thereof. The reaction mixture obtained contains:


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James M Evans, Vincent W Ting: Graft polymer compositions of terminated epoxy resin, processes for making and using same, and substrates coated therewith. SCM Corporation, Irons and Sears, December 29, 1981: US04308185 (57 worldwide citation)

Epoxy resin is reacted with a terminating agent to eliminate at least part of the epoxide groups of the resin and form modified resin. The epoxy resin or such modified resin is also reacted with addition polymerizable monomer at elevated temperature in the presence of at least 3% of benzoyl peroxide ...


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Vincent W Ting: U.V. curable poly(ester-urethane) polyacrylate polymers and wet look coatings therefrom. SCM Corporation, A Joseph Gibbons, February 7, 1978: US04072770 (42 worldwide citation)

Polyester-urethane polymers, prepared from the reaction of specific molar ratios of diisocyanates with specific mixtures of polyesterdiols, glycols, triols and tetraols, and having 4-10 reactive isocyanate groups are further reacted with hydroxyalkyl acrylates through the free isocyanate functionali ...


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Vincent W Ting, Richard M Marcinko: Aqueous epoxy ester emulsions. SCM Corporation, Thomas M Schmitz, October 30, 1984: US04480058 (37 worldwide citation)

Sanitary coatings based on self-emulsifiable epoxy ester copolymers are produced by esterifying a solvent-soluble carboxyl polymer with an epoxy resin in an organic resin and in the presence of at least about 2% amine catalyst to provide a carboxyl-functional epoxy polymer which can be reacted with ...


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James T K Woo, Vincent W Ting, Richard M Marcinko: Base for a graft polymer, novel graft polymer compositions, solvent and water-reducible coatings incorporating the novel graft polymers, and processes for making them. SCM Corporation, Thomas M Schmitz, November 13, 1984: US04482671 (23 worldwide citation)

Provides new and improved water-reducible coating compositions and methods of making them. Three preferred processes are disclosed. These differ in the manner of incorporating and chemical nature of an extender polymer.


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Vincent W Ting, James T K Woo, Richard M Marcinko: Base for a graft polymer, novel graft polymer compositions, solvents and water-reducible coatings incorporating the novel graft polymers, and processes for making them. SCM Corporation, Thomas M Schmitz, August 16, 1983: US04399241 (22 worldwide citation)

Provides new and improved water-reducible coating compositions and methods of making them. Three preferred processes are disclosed. These differ in the manner of incorporating and chemical nature of an extender polymer.


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Vincent D McGinniss, Vincent W Ting, Ann F Kah: Radiation polymerization of polymeric binder coating compositions. SCM Corporation, Thomas M Schmitz, August 7, 1979: US04163809 (21 worldwide citation)

An ultraviolet radiation curable coating composition containing a certain adhesion promotor for adhesion to metal substrates. The ultraviolet curable coating composition comprises an ethylenically unsaturated binder vehicle, about 10% to 40% by weight of a certain high T.sub.g (glass transition temp ...


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Vincent W Ting, James T K Woo, David A Borovicka Sr: Cathodic electrocoating compositions containing base-functional graft polymers having epoxy resin backbones, and substrates coated therewith. SCM Corporation, Thomas M Schmitz, June 15, 1982: US04335028 (12 worldwide citation)

A base-functional graft polymer-containing resinous reaction product is made by incorporating an amine in a graft polymer molecule. An epoxy resin is reacted with ethylenically unsaturated monomer in the presence of a free radical initiator having hydrogen abstraction capability, to form a graft pol ...


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Vincent W Ting, James M Evans: Cathodic electrocoating process for forming resinous coating using an aqueous dispersion of polyamino polyhydroxy polyether resinous adduct and acid-functional aminoplast. SCM Corporation, Merton H Douthitt, Joseph M Hageman, June 26, 1979: US04159233 (11 worldwide citation)

An acid-solubilized aqueous dispersion particularly suitable for use in the cathodic electrocoating art and stable up to pH of about 9 comprises the product of reacting substantially all of the epoxide groups of a polyether diepoxide with from about 1.25 to 2 moles of a polyamine having from 2 to 5 ...