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Sung Dug Kim, Ganesh Kannan, Vishvajit Chandrakant Juikar, Sreepadaraj Karanam, Sanjay Braj Mishra, Srinivasan Krishnaswami: High flow polyester composition. Sabic Innovative Plastics IP, Cantor Colburn, Diderico van Eyl, November 2, 2010: US07825176 (27 worldwide citation)

A high flow polyester composition is disclosed, which comprises at least one polyester and at least one flow enhancing ingredient of structure, I, where, R1=NH2 or CH2OH; R2=CH3, CH3CH2 or CH2OH or any of C1-C20 alkyl group which may have one or more hydroxy group substituent, C3-C20 cycloalkyl grou ...


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Vishvajit Chandrakant Juikar, Ganesh Kannan, Bernardus Antonius Gerardus Schrauwen, Gabrie J M Hoogland: Optically clear polycarbonate polyester compositions. Sabic Innovative Plastics IP, Cantor Colburn, May 18, 2010: US07718733 (19 worldwide citation)

An optically clear thermoplastic resin composition consisting essentially of: structural units derived at least one substituted or unsubstituted polycarbonate, at least greater than 30 weight percent of a substituted or unsubstituted polyester, a modified polycarbonate, an impact modifier having a r ...


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Parminder Agarwal, Peter H Th Vollenberg, Gabrie Hoogland, Vishvajit Chandrakant Juikar, Ganesh Kannan, Abbas Alli Ghudubhai Shaikh, Sachin Ashok Shelukar: Stabilized polycarbonate polyester composition. General Electric Company, Marina Larson & Associates, August 14, 2007: US07256228 (8 worldwide citation)

A stabilized thermoplastic resin composition is disclosed which comprises structural units derived at least one substituted or unsubstituted polycarbonate, at least one substituted or unsubstituted polyester and a combination of at least two quenchers, wherein said quencher is selected from a group ...


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Vishvajit Chandrakant Juikar, Sreepadaraj Karanam: Polyester molding compositions. SABIC Innovative Plastics IP, January 11, 2011: US07868090 (7 worldwide citation)

A polyester composition comprising (a) a polyester derived from a diol and a diacid, (b) a fluoropolymer and (c) a carboxy reactive compound, where the polyester composition has a highly useful combination of (i) mechanical properties and (ii) melt strength is disclosed. Also disclosed is a process ...


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Shreyas Chakravarti, Gabrie Hoogland, Vishvajit Chandrakant Juikar, Ganesh Kannan, Edward Kung, Nina P Vaze, Karin I van de Wetering: Polycarbonate-polyester blends, methods of manufacture, and methods of use. Sabic Innovative Plastics IP, Cantor Colburn, February 2, 2010: US07655737 (3 worldwide citation)

A composition comprising a blend of: from 1 to 99 weight percent of a polycarbonate comprising from 10 to 90 mole percent of one or more arylate carbonate units of the formula wherein each Rf is independently a C1-12 hydrocarbon, halogen, or halogen-substituted C1-12 hydrocarbon, and u is 0 to 4; an ...


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Abbas Alli Ghudubhai Shaikh, Manatesh Chakraborty, Manickam Jayakannan, Ganesh Kannan, Vishvajit Chandrakant Juikar, Rajashekhar Shiddappa Totad: Clear polycarbonate polyester blend. Marina Larson & Associates, March 18, 2008: US07345116 (2 worldwide citation)

An optically clear thermoplastic resin composition is disclosed which comprises structural units derived from substituted or unsubstituted polycarbonate and substituted or unsubstituted polyester, wherein said polyester comprises structural units derived from terephthalic acid and a mixture of 1,4-c ...


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Parminder Agarwal, Donald Howard Ellington, Robert Russell Gallucci, Josephus Gerardus M van Gisbergen, Vishvajit Chandrakant Juikar, Ihab Odeh, Sathish Kumar Ranganathan, Kenneth Frederick Miller, Veeraraghavan Srinivasan: Moldable polyester compositions, processes of manufacture, and articles thereof. Sabic Innovative Plastics IP, Cantor Colburn, Diderico van Eyl, May 1, 2012: US08168707

A thermoplastic composition comprises, based on the total weight of the composition: 51-90 wt % of a polyester, 10-49 wt % of an ABS impact modifier; 0 to 20 wt % of a multifunctional epoxy compound; 0-40 wt % of a filler; 0-2 wt % of a fibrillated fluoropolymer; and from more than 0 to 5 wt % of a ...


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Parminder Agarwal, Donald Howard Ellington, Robert Russell Gallucci, Josephus Gerardus M van Gisbergen, Vishvajit Chandrakant Juikar, Ihab Odeh, Sathish Kumar Ranganathan, Kenneth Frederick Miller, Veeraraghavan Srinivasan: Moldable polyester compositions, processes of manufacture, and articles thereof. SABIC Innovative Plastics IP, Cantor Colburn, July 29, 2014: US08791189

A thermoplastic composition comprises, based on the total weight of the composition: 51-90 wt % polyester, 10-49 wt % ABS impact modifier; 0-20 wt % of multifunctional epoxy compound; 0-40 wt % filler; 0-2 wt % fibrillated fluoropolymer; and more than 0 to 5 wt % of a stabilizer composition. An arti ...


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Vishvajit Chandrakant Juikar, Sriram Krishnamurthy, Gautam Chatterjee, Robert Dirk van de Grampel: Poly(aliphatic ester)-polycarbonate copolymer/polylactic acid blend. Sabic Global Technolgies, Cantor Colburn, March 31, 2015: US08993671

The present invention is directed to a blended composition comprising one or more polycarbonates wherein at least one of the polycarbonates is a polyesterpolycarbonate having at least one unit derived from a soft block ester unit, e.g., sebacic acid, and at least one unit derived from bisphenol A, a ...


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Donald Howard Ellington, Shoen, Peter H Th Vollenberg, Gabrie Hoogland, Abbas Alli Ghudubhai Shaikh, Ganesh Kannan, Vishvajit Chandrakant Juikar, Rajashekhar Shiddappa Totad, Paul Honigfort, Manickam Jayakannan: Polycarbonate/polyester copolymer blends and process for making thereof. General Electric Company, Robert E Walter, GE Plastics, July 1, 2004: US20040127653-A1

Disclosed are transparent polycarbonate/polyester compositions with excellent balance of improved physical properties, and a single-stage melt extrusion process for making such compositions wherein an acidic stabilizing additive is added down-stream from the polycarbonate/polyester melt reaction loc ...