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Craig Allen
Desaraju V Varaprasad, Mingtao Zhao, Craig Allen Dornan, Anoop Agrawal, Pierr Marc Allemand, Niall R Lynam: Electrochromic polymeric solid films, manufacturing electrochromic devices using such solid films, and processes for making such solid films and devices. Donnelly Corporation, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, April 14, 2005: US20050079326-A1

An electrochromic mirror device suitable for use in a vehicle comprises a first transparent substrate having a transparent conductive layer on a surface thereof and a second substrate having a conductive layer on a surface thereof. The conductive layer of the first substrate opposes the second condu ...


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Fritz Hostettler, David Rhum, Michael R Forman, Michael N Helmus, Ni Ding: Medical device coated with interpenetrating network of hydrogel polymers. Schneider, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, September 19, 2000: US06120904 (453 worldwide citation)

A medical device comprising an organic polymer substrate material having a coating thereon, the coating comprising an interpenetrating network of two different hydrogel polymers, one of which is a polyurethane/polyurea hydrogel polymer, the polyurethane/polyurea hydrogel polymer being linked to the ...


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Margaret P Opolski: Medical apparatus having protective, lubricious coating. C R Bard, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, December 21, 1993: US05272012 (367 worldwide citation)

A method for providing a medical apparatus with a protective, lubricious coating is described. The method comprises providing a coating solution which contains a protective compound such as a urethane, a slip additive such as a siloxane, and optionally, a crosslinking agent for the protective compou ...


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Robert W Gore, Samuel B Allen Jr: Waterproof laminate. W L Gore & Associates, John S Campbell, March 18, 1980: US04194041 (361 worldwide citation)

A waterproof article for use in, for example, protective clothing. The article prevents liquid water from penetrating through to undergarments while at the same time permitting moisture vapor such as perspiration to pass out through the article. The article is thus both breathable and waterproof. Th ...


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Terrence Melvin, Michael J Sullivan, R Dennis Nesbitt: Multi-core, multi-cover golf ball. July 14, 1998: US05779562 (257 worldwide citation)

A solid golf ball comprising a solid core and a cover enclosing the core. The core includes a center core layer and an outer core layer enclosing the center core layer, the center core layer having a specific gravity that differs from the specific gravity of the outer core layer by more than 0.1. Th ...


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Henry W Bonk, David Goldwasser: Membranes of polyurethane based materials including polyester polyols. Nike, Harness Dickey & Pierce, January 11, 2000: US06013340 (200 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to membranes including an urethane including a polyester polyol, wherein the membrane has a gas transmission rate of 15.0 or less for nitrogen gas wherein the membrane has an average thickness of approximately 20.0 mils. Under certain embodiments, the membranes include ...


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Margaret P Kiezulas: Medical apparatus having protective, lubricious coating. C R Bard, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, June 25, 1991: US05026607 (162 worldwide citation)

A method for providing a medical apparatus with a protective, lubricious coating is described. The method comprises providing a coating solution which contains a protective compound such as a urethane, a slip additive such as a siloxane, and optionally, a crosslinking agent for the protective compou ...


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Philippe Boire, Fabrice Didier, Jean Michel Grimal: Glazing assembly comprising a substrate provided with a stack of thin layers for solar protection and/or thermal insulation. Saint Gobain Vitrage, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt P C, April 4, 2000: US06045896 (155 worldwide citation)

A glazing assembly is provided made of at least one transparent substrate having a stack thereon that includes an alternation of n functional layers and n+1 coatings, wherein the functional layers have reflection properties in the infrared and/or solar radiation and wherein n.gtoreq.1 and where, in ...


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Henry W Bonk, David J Goldwasser, Paul H Mitchell: Flexible membranes. Nike, Harness Dickey & Pierce, October 3, 2000: US06127026 (149 worldwide citation)

Described is a membrane comprising a microlayer polymeric composite having at least about 10 microlayers. The microlayers are each individually up to about 100 microns thick and alternate between at least one gas barrier material and at least one elastomeric material. The membrane can be formed into ...


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Leonard Pinchuk: Method for bonding silicone rubber and polyurethane materials and articles manufactured thereby. Corvita Corporation, Lockwood Alex Fitzgibbon & Cummings, September 15, 1992: US05147725 (139 worldwide citation)

A method for applying a silicone rubber material to polyurethane is described wherein a previously processed polyurethane material can be strongly bonded to a silicone rubber material. The silicone rubber material is applied to the polyurethane in a solution and is preferably an acetoxyterminated si ...