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Paul A Holmes, Frank M Willmouth, Alan B Newton: Polymer blends containing polymer of .beta.-hydroxybutyric acid and chlorine or nitrile group containing polymer. Imperial Chemical, Cushman Darby & Cushman, July 12, 1983: US04393167 (59 worldwide citation)

Polymer blends containing (i) 0.2-95% by weight of a high molecular weight .beta.-hydroxybutyric acid homo- or copolymer and (ii) a polymer containing at least 25% by weight of chlorine or nitrile groups, such as chlorinated polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride, or a high acrylonitrile resin.


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Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, Simion Coca, Scott G Gaynor, Yoshiki Nakagawa, Seong Mu Jo: Preparation of novel homo- and copolymers using atom transfer radical polymerization. Carnegie Mellon University, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt P C, August 29, 2000: US06111022 (58 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a process of atom (or group) transfer radical polymerization for the synthesis of novel homopolymer or a block or graft copolymer, optionally containing at least one polar group, with well defined molecular architecture and narrow polydispersity index, in the pre ...


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Fujii Sadao, Hikida Toshihiko, Tanaka Shigeru, Kawabata Hirosuke, Awaji Hiroshi: Transparent film. Kanegafuchi Chemical Ind, December 5, 2001: EP1160591-A1 (52 worldwide citation)

A film is provided which comprises a thermoplastic resin A having a substituted or non-substituted imide group at a side chain of the resin A, and a thermoplastic resin B having a substituted or non-substituted phenyl group and a nitrile group at a side chain of the resin B. The film has a retardati ...


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Coran Aubert Yaucher, Patel Raman Purushottamdas: Thermoplastic compositions comprising blends of styrene-acrylonitrile resin and nitrile rubber, and a process for their production.. Monsanto, October 17, 1979: EP0004776-A2 (49 worldwide citation)

Thermoplastic compositions comprise blends of 25 to 65 parts by weight of thermoplastic SAN resin and 75 to 35 parts by weight of a nitrile rubber per 100 total parts by weight of resin and rubber, in which the rubber is present as a dispersion of particles of the rubber in a matrix of the SAN resin ...


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Robert H Wildi, Keith E Cox, Edward J Fewkes: Reduced gloss thermoplastic compositions and processes for making thereof. General Electric Company, December 3, 1996: US05580924 (29 worldwide citation)

Reduced gloss polycarbonate graft polymer blends are provided by a process which involves compounding styrene-acrylonitrile copolymer in the presence of an electrophilic reagent and preferably an acid to form gels, and then compounding the resultant gels with polycarbonate, a styrene-acrylonitrile c ...


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Thermoplastic polymer composition. Asahi Chemical, February 4, 1981: GB2053238-A (21 worldwide citation)

The composition comprises (i) a block copolymer of an aromatic vinyl compound and a conjugated diene compound, which is modified by reaction with an unsaturated dicarboxylic acid or a derivative thereof, or an ionically cross-linked product of the modified block copolymer with univalent, bivalent or ...


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Iqbal Mohammad, Miller Alan G, Stofko John J Jr: Transparent liquid absorbent materials for use as ink-receptive layers.. Minnesota Mining & Mfg, May 6, 1992: EP0484016-A1 (20 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to transparent materials that are capable of absorbing liquids, and, more particularly, to materials that can be used as ink-receptive layers for transparent imageable materials. Transparent materials that are capable of absorbing significant quantities of liquid, while mainta ...


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Perry D Mullenax: Acrylic polymer Portland cement coating composition. Harpman & Harpman, February 7, 1984: US04430463 (19 worldwide citation)

Improved Portland cement compositions and their use in cement coating operations is disclosed wherein acrylic polymers modified by critical amounts of propylene glycol, a coloring ingredient and a defoaming agent such as dimethyl polysiloxane are used as additives substantially increasing the flexib ...


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Poly(4-methyl-1-pentene)/block copolymer blend. Shell Int Research, January 6, 1978: FR2354368-A1 (19 worldwide citation)

Polymeric blends having excellent dimensional stability and an improved balance of properties are prepared by intimately mixing certain selectively hydrogenated block copolymers with polymers and copolymers of 4-methyl-1-pentene under conditions where at least partial continuous networks which inter ...