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Aubert Y Coran, Balbhadra Das, Raman P Patel: Thermoplastic vulcanizates of olefin rubber and polyolefin resin. Monsanto Company, L R Swaney, December 19, 1978: US04130535 (213 worldwide citation)

Thermoplastic vulcanizates, comprising blends of olefin rubber and thermoplastic olefin resin in which the rubber is completely cured, exhibit superior physical properties including improved tensile strength.


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Harlin Ali, Alastalo Kauno, Korhonen Esa, Kivelae Jouni: Process and apparatus for preparing propylene homopolymers and copolymers. Borealis, December 30, 1998: EP0887379-A1 (194 worldwide citation)

Described herein is a process and an apparatus for preparing propylene homopolymers and copolymers, which comprises polymerizing propylene optionally with comonomers in the presence of a catalyst at elevated temperature and pressure in at least one slurry reactor and at least one gas phase reactor, ...


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Ferdinand C Stehling, Charles S Speed, Howard C Welborn Jr deceased: Linear ethylene interpolymer blends of interpolymers having narrow molecular weight and composition distributions. Exxon Chemical Patents, Jaimes Sher, January 17, 1995: US05382631 (177 worldwide citation)

Linear interpolymer blends are disclosed. The blends are made from components having a narrow molecular weight distribution (e.g. Mw/Mn.ltoreq.3) and a narrow composition distribution (e.g. CDBI>50%). The blend components of the blend can all have the same molecular weight but different comonomer co ...


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Ferdinand C Stehling, Charles S Speed, Curtis H Welborn Jr: Linear ethylene interpolymer blends of interpolymers having narrow molecular weight and composition distribution. Exxon Chemical Patents, Jaimes Sher, Myron B Kurtzman, January 17, 1995: US05382630 (147 worldwide citation)

Linear ethylene interpolymer blends are disclosed. The blends are made from components having a narrow molecular weight distribution (e.g. M.sub.w /M.sub.n .ltoreq.3) and a narrow composition distribution (e.g. CDBI>50%). The blend components in a blend can all have the same molecular weight but dif ...


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Akira Matsuda, Shizuo Shimizu, Shunji Abe: Thermoplastic elastomer composition, blends of the composition with olefin plastic, and foamed products of the composition and the blends. Mitsui Petrochemical, July 15, 1980: US04212787 (115 worldwide citation)

Dynamically partially cured composition comprising a peroxide-curable olefin copolymer rubber (such as EDPM) and a peroxide-decomposing olefin plastic (such as PE and PP) is improved by effecting the dynamic heat-treatment with addition of a peroxide-non-curable hydrocarbon rubber (such as PIB) and/ ...


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Cecchin Giuliano, Guglielmi Floriano: Plasto-elastic polypropylene compositions.. Himont, December 5, 1990: EP0400333-A2 (97 worldwide citation)

Polypropylene compositions having valued plasto-elastic properties, in the form of spheroidal flowable particles with an average diameter included between 500 and 7000 um having the following composition: A) 10-60 parts by weight of homopolymer polypropylene with isotactic index greater than 90, or ...


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Fischer William K: Thermoplastic blend of partially cured monoolefin copolymer rubber and polyolefin plastic. Uniroyal, September 11, 1973: US3758643 (94 worldwide citation)

Thermoplastic blends of partially cured monoolefin copolymer rubber (such as EPM or EPDM rubber) with a polyolefin resin (such as polypropylene) exhibit good physical properties and are reprocessable. The partial cure of the rubber is effected by heating the rubber with a curative such as a peroxide ...


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Cecchin Giuliano, Guglielmi Floriano, Pelliconi Anteo, Burgin Emanuele: Elastoplastic polyolefin compositions.. Himont, March 4, 1992: EP0472946-A2 (93 worldwide citation)

Elastoplastic polyolefin compositions endowed with high flexibility, comprising: A) 10-50 parts by weight of a homopolymer of propylene with isotactic index greater than 80, or a copolymer of propylene with ethylene, another alpha -olefin, or combinations thereof, which copolymer contains over 85% b ...


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Ewen John Alexander, Welborn Howard Curtis Jr: Process and catalyst for producing reactor blend polyolefins.. Exxon Research Engineering Co, December 12, 1984: EP0128046-A1 (93 worldwide citation)

Polyolefin reactor blends obtained by polymerization of ethylene and higher alpha-olefins in the presence of a catalyst system comprising two or more metallocenes and alumoxane.


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Jacoby Philip, Bauer Charles William, Clingman Scott Richard, Tapp William Thomas: Oriented polymeric microporous films.. Amoco, July 1, 1992: EP0492942-A2 (85 worldwide citation)

Polyolefin resin compositions and oriented microporous films prepared from same comprising an ethylene-propylene block copolymer having an ethylene content of about 10 to about 50 wt%, a propylene homopolymer or random propylene copolymer having up to about 10 wt% of a comonomer of ethylene or an al ...