1
Yeon F Liang: Arylene sulfide polymers of improved impact strength. Phillips Petroleum Company, K K Brandes, November 24, 1987: US04708983 (22 worldwide citation)

A polymer composition is provided comprising at least one poly(arylene sulfide), at least one polysiloxane, at least one trialkoxysilane, and at least one solid, resinous polyolefin. Molded objects made of this polymer composition have greater impact strength than those made of poly(arylene sulfide) ...


2
Yeon F Liang, William H Beever: Rubbery compounds as modifiers for poly(arylene sulfide). Phillips Petroleum Company, A W Umphlett, April 8, 1986: US04581411 (20 worldwide citation)

A composition and method for forming the composition providing a molding composition of poly(arylene sulfide) and a crack resistance and/or an impact strength improving amount of a polymeric rubber chosen from among silicone rubber, ethylene-acrylic rubber, ethylene-propylene rubber, ethylene-propyl ...


3
Yeon F Liang: Additive for arylene sulfide polymers of improved impact strength. Phillips Petroleum Company, K K Brandes, January 10, 1989: US04797448 (18 worldwide citation)

A polymer composition is provided comprising at least one poly(arylene sulfide), at least one polysiloxane, at least one trialkoxysilane, and at least one solid, resinous polyolefin. Molded objects made of this polymer composition have greater impact strength than those made of poly(arylene sulfide) ...


4
Yeon F Liang: Thermoplastic polyester blends. Plastics Engineering Company, Quarles & Brady, August 28, 1990: US04952629 (16 worldwide citation)

A polymer blend of superior impact resistance comprises an intimate blend of a polyalkylene terephthalate resin, a polyesteramide and an impact resistance booster which is an elastomeric block copolymer. The preferred impact resistance booster is a block copolymer which has been modified with maleic ...


5
Yeon F Liang, William H Beever: Rubbery compounds as modifiers for poly(arylene sulfide). Phillips Petroleum Company, A W Umphlett, December 19, 1989: US04888390 (12 worldwide citation)

A composition and method for forming the composition providing a molding composition of poly(arylene sulfide) and a crack resistance and/or an impact strength improving amount of a polymeric rubber chosen from among silicone rubber, ethylene-acrylic rubber, ethylene-propylene rubber, ethylene-propyl ...


6
Yeon F Liang: Arylene sulfide polymers of improved impact strength. Phillips Petroleum Company, K K Brandes, May 10, 1988: US04743639 (9 worldwide citation)

A polymer composition is provided comprising at least one poly(arylene sulfide), at least one polysiloxane, at least one trialkoxysilane, and at least one solid, resinous polyolefin. Molded objects made of this polymer composition have greater impact strength than those made of poly(arylene sulfide) ...


7
Yeon F Liang: Thermoset polymer production. Phillips Petroleum Company, Howard D Doescher, January 7, 1986: US04563509 (8 worldwide citation)

Poly(phenylene sulfide) (PPS) copolymers and terpolymers can be made infusible or thermoset by first treating with hydrogen peroxide followed by heating above the melting temperature of the polymers.


8
Yeon F Liang: Method for lowering the melt crystallization temperature of an arylene sulfide polymer with organic phosphite composition. Phillips Petroleum Company, Beverly M Dollar, January 9, 1990: US04892930 (5 worldwide citation)

The melt crystallization temperature (T.sub.mc) of an arylene sulfide polymer is reduced by incorporating therein an effective amount of an organic phosphite.


9
Yeon F Liang: Thermoplastic polyester blends of improved impact resistance. Plastics Engineering Company, Quarles & Brady, December 26, 1989: US04889898 (3 worldwide citation)

A polymer blend of superior impact resistance comprises an intimate blend of a polyester resin, a polycarbonate resin and an acid-modified polyolefin. The preferred acid-modified polyolefin is a polyethylene wax which has been modified with maleic acid anhydride.



Click the thumbnails below to visualize the patent trend.