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Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies
Tansen Dhananjay Chaudhari, Chinniah Thiagarajan, Poovanna Kushalappa Theethira, Stephen Shuler, Eric Jon Jaarda: Energy absorbing articles. General Electric Company, Fletcher Yoder, January 9, 2007: US07160621 (47 worldwide citation)

An article comprises a plurality of auxetic structures wherein the auxetic structures are of size greater than about 1 mm. The article also comprises at least one cell boundary that is structurally coupled to the auxetic structures. The cell boundary is configured to resist a deformation of the auxe ...


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Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies
Tansen Dhananjay Chaudhari, Chinniah Thiagarajan, Poovanna Kushalappa Theethira, Stephen Shuler, Eric Jon Jaarda: Energy absorbing articles. General Electric Company, General Electric Company, C O Fletcher Yoder, December 29, 2005: US20050287371-A1

An article comprises a plurality of auxetic structures wherein the auxetic structures are of size greater than about 1 mm. The article also comprises at least one cell boundary that is structurally coupled to the auxetic structures. The cell boundary is configured to resist a deformation of the auxe ...


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Maricela Morales
Gerald B Wayton, Peter Trefonas, Suzzanne Coley, Tomoki Kurihara: Coating compositions for use with an overcoated photoresist. Shipley Company, Peter F Corless, Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, April 26, 2007: US20070092746-A1

In a first aspect, organic coating compositions are provided, particularly spin-on antireflective coating compositions, that contain a polyester resin component. In a further aspect, coating compositions are provided that contain a resin component obtained by polymerization of a multi-hydroxy compou ...


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James M Jonza, Michael F Weber, Andrew J Ouderkirk, Carl A Stover: Optical film. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, John A Fortkort, March 16, 1999: US05882774 (609 worldwide citation)

Birefringent multilayer optical films in which the refractive indices in the thickness direction of two adjacent layers are substantially matched have a Brewster angle (the angle at which reflectance of p-polarized light goes to zero) which is very large or is nonexistant. This allows for the constr ...


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Matthew F Ogle, Andrea L McConico: Biocompatible adhesives. St Jude Medical, Hallie A Finucane, Peter S Dardi, Patterson Thuente Skaar & Christensen P A, October 22, 2002: US06468660 (248 worldwide citation)

Novel adhesive compositions are described that include an epoxyamine and, preferably, a curing agent. The adhesive composition can be used in surgical settings such as implanting bioprostheses and/or in manufacturing of bioprostheses. Biocompatible substrates can be adhered together by an adhesive b ...


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James M Jonza, Michael F Weber, Andrew J Ouderkirk, Carl A Stover: Process for forming reflective polarizer. 3M Innovative Properties Company, William D Miller, October 12, 1999: US05965247 (222 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a reflective polarizer comprising orienting a multilayer film formed from alternating layers of a first polymeric material and a second polymeric material in a first in-plane axis direction while allowing dimensional relaxation in an orthogonal second in-plane axis direction to p ...


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Ali Zakareya El Afandi, Patrick Richard Gruber, Jeffrey John Kolstad, James Lunt, Christopher M Ryan, James Zakareya Nangeroni, Nancy Uzelac Buehler, Mark Hartmann, Jed Richard Randall, Andrea Lee Brosch: Compostable multilayer structures, methods for manufacture, and articles prepared therefrom. Cargill Incorporated, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt P A, December 15, 1998: US05849401 (196 worldwide citation)

A compostable multilayer film includes a core layer having a first surface and a second surface, a first blocking reducing layer covering the first surface of the core layer, and a second blocking reducing core layer comprises a lactic acid residue-containing polymer having a glass transition temper ...


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Patrick R Gruber, Jeffrey J Kolstad, Christopher M Ryan, Eric S Hall, Robin S Eichen Conn: Melt-stable amorphous lactide polymer film and process for manufacturing thereof. Cargill, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, January 16, 1996: US05484881 (190 worldwide citation)

An amorphous film comprised of a lactide polymer. The lactide polymer comprises a plurality of poly(lactide) polymer chains, residual lactide in concentration of less than about 2 percent and water in concentration of less than about 2000 parts-per-million. A process for manufacturing an amorphous f ...


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Patrick R Gruber, Jeffrey J Kolstad, Christopher M Ryan: Melt-stable semi-crystalline lactide polymer film and process for manufacture thereof. Cargill Incorporated, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, July 16, 1996: US05536807 (170 worldwide citation)

A semi-crystalline film comprised of a lactide polymer. The lactide polymer comprises a plurality of poly(lactide) polymer chains, residual lactide in concentration of less than about 5 percent and water in concentration of less than about 2000 parts-per-million. A process for manufacturing a semi-c ...


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Jack D Taylor: Spunlaced polyester-meltblown polyetherester laminate. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Timothy H Briggs, Joseph P Harps, November 1, 1988: US04781966 (158 worldwide citation)

A laminate which is elastic in at least one direction, includes an elastic sheet having at least one nonelastic nonwoven web joined thereto at least at two areas. The nonelastic web is gathered between the two areas. The elastic sheet is formed from a polyetherester and the nonelastic nonwoven web i ...