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Joseph R Murphey, Kenneth D Totty: Continuously forming and transporting consolidatable resin coated particulate materials in aqueous gels. Halliburton Company, Robert A Kent, May 9, 1989: US04829100 (158 worldwide citation)

Methods of continuously forming and suspending consolidatable resin composition coated particulate material in a gelled aqueous carrier liquid and transporting the coated particulate material by way of the gelled aqueous carrier liquid to a zone in which the sand is consolidated. In accordance with ...


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Von Gentzkow Wolfgang Dr Dipl, Feucht Hans Dieter Dr Dipl Che: Biosensor.. Siemens, September 29, 1993: EP0562370-A2 (136 worldwide citation)

A biosensor having a selective detection system composed of a polymer and of a biochemical substance, in particular an enzyme, is characterised by a detection system produced in the following way: - an olefinically unsaturated, epoxy-functional polyether is applied in the form of a film to a carrier ...


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Constance A Lane: Impact and melt strength improvement of poly(alkylene terephthalate). Rohm and Haas Company, Michael B Fein, July 5, 1977: US04034013 (108 worldwide citation)

A multiple stage polymer having a rubbery first stage and an epoxy functional hard final stage, a method for improving the notched Izod impact strength and melt strength of poly(alkylene terephthalates), compositions comprising poly(alkylene terephthalates) and the multiple stage polymer, and articl ...


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Robert D Jerabek: Cationic electrodepositable compositions of blocked NCO and acid salt of adduct of amine and polyepoxide. PPG, William J Uhl, June 21, 1977: US04031050 (104 worldwide citation)

It has been found that aqueous coating compositions comprising a blocked organic polyisocyanate, an amine adduct of an epoxy group-containing resin, and optionally a catalyst for urethane formation can be electrodeposited. These compositions deposit on the cathode to provide coatings having excellen ...


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Roger L Scriven, Wen Hsuan Chang: Water-reduced urethane coating compositions. PPG, William J Uhl, September 6, 1977: US04046729 (102 worldwide citation)

A water-diluted, ungelled, non-sedimenting polyurethane and a process for preparing such a polyurethane in the presence of water is disclosed. The polyurethanes are prepared so that they contain a high percentage of highly active hydrogens which enable the polyurethanes to be further reacted with a ...


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David A Kaisaki, Sumita B Mitra, William J Schultz, Robert J DeVoe: Dental visible light curable epoxy system with enhanced depth of cure. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Dale A Bjorkman, January 5, 1999: US05856373 (98 worldwide citation)

A visible-light photopolymerizable composition comprising a) a cationically polymerizable epoxy resin, b) a hydroxyl-containing material c) an aryliodonium salt and d) a visible light sensitizer that is an alpha-dicarbonyl compound having an extinction coefficient less than about 1000. Particularly ...


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James M Evans, Vincent W Ting: Modified epoxy resins, processes for making and using same and substrates coated therewith. SCM Corporation, Irons & Sears, July 15, 1980: US04212781 (88 worldwide citation)

Discloses a technique for modifying an epoxy resin by reacting with addition copolymerizable monomer in the presence of at least 3% of benzoyl peroxide at about 110.degree. C. to 120.degree. C., or the free radical initiating equivalent thereof. The reaction mixture obtained contains:


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Michael Appleby, Iain Fraser, John Paulus: Systems, devices, and/or methods for manufacturing castings. Mikro Systems, Michael Haynes, Michael N Haynes, April 19, 2016: US09315663 (78 worldwide citation)

Certain exemplary embodiments can provide a composition, system, machine, device, manufacture, circuit, and/or user interface adapted for, and/or a method and/or machine-readable medium comprising machine-implementable instructions for, activities that can comprise, after removing a cast device from ...


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Tony D Flaim, Jim D Meador, Xie Shao, Terry Lowell Brewer: Thermosetting anti-reflective coatings compositions. Brewer Science, Veo Peoples & Hale Peoples Jr, December 2, 1997: US05693691 (73 worldwide citation)

A thermosetting anti-reflective coating and method for making and using the same is disclosed for a broad range of exposure wavelengths, said coating containing an active curing catalyst, ether or ester linkages derived from epoxy functionality greater than 3.0, a dye-grafted hydroxyl-functional oli ...


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Ram Tirth Khanna: High solids can coating compositions based on epoxy resin, crosslinking agent, flexibilizing polyol, co-reactive acid catalyst, and surface modifier. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, April 19, 1977: US04018848 (72 worldwide citation)

A fast curing high solids coating composition that is useful for coating the interiors of cans and a method of applying such high solids coatings to the interiors of food and beverage cans by spraying from a hot-melt spray gun are the subject of this invention; the coating composition is a blend of: