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Hendricus C Goos, Gerardus C Overbeek: Aqueous dispersions. Imperial Chemical, Cushman Darby & Cushman, August 11, 1992: US05137961 (46 worldwide citation)

A surfactant-free aqueous polymer dispersion containing an anionic water-dispersible polyurethane and a vinyl polymer in a weight ratio of from 10:90 to 90:10, said dispersion having been obtained by:


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Dodd W Fong, Manian Ramesh, Anthony G Sommese: Preparation of water soluble polymer dispersions from vinylamide monomers. Nalco Chemical Company, Michael B Martin, Thomas M Breininger, July 30, 2002: US06426383 (32 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a novel process for the production of a water soluble polymer dispersion from vinylamide monomers, and, more particularly, polymers formed from N-vinylformamide monomers.


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Lester Steinbrecher, Wilbur S Hall: Process and composition for coating metals. Amchem Products, Alexis Barron, February 8, 1983: US04373050 (24 worldwide citation)

Method and composition for applying a coating to a metallic surface, the surface being immersed in an acidic aqueous coating composition comprising dispersed solid particles of an organic polymeric resinous coating-forming material and an oxidizing agent, wherein the weight or thickness of the coati ...


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Dane K Parker, James R Purdon Jr: Ozonolysis of hydrogenated latices. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company Olin, Alvin T Rockhill, August 13, 1991: US05039737 (22 worldwide citation)

The subject invention relates to a process for treating an emulsion of a crosslinked elastomeric polymer containing residual hydrazine to obtain a latex of soluble elastomeric polymer having a reduced concentration of residual hydrazine therein, said process comprising the addition of ozone to said ...


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William H Keskey, James E Schuetz, Do I Lee, James E Schwartz: Self-curable latex compositions. The Dow Chemical Company, October 2, 1984: US04474923 (21 worldwide citation)

Self-curable latex compositions contain particles of an oxazoline-modified polymer and particles of a coreactive polymer. These latex compositions are curable, yielding films and other articles having good tensile and elongation properties and excellent resistance to water and aqueous fluids. In add ...


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Mark A Weih, Helmut W Kucera: Stable butadiene heteropolymer latices. Lord Corporation, W Graham Buie, April 6, 1993: US05200459 (20 worldwide citation)

A butadiene heteropolymer latex is prepared by emulsion polymerizing appropriate monomers in the presence of polyvinyl alcohol and a stabilizing solvent. The butadiene heteropolymer can be a butadiene copolymer or terpolymer prepared from butadiene monomers and comonomers such as .alpha.-haloacrylon ...


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Ian H McEwan, Manubhai B Patel: Two-step copolymerization process by controlling the temperature to prepare copolymer latex containing hard and soft monomer components. Canadian, Cushman Darby & Cushman, December 15, 1981: US04305859 (20 worldwide citation)

Improved process for the preparation of aqueous emulsions of addition copolymers having functional groups to provide thermosetting capability via condensation. The process improvement resides in reducing the amount of unwanted premature condensation of the functional group. The process has two steps ...


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Masayoshi Sekiya, Toshiro Ishizuka, Daiharu Maeda, Kenzo Miyamoto, Takahiro Shimazoe: Copolymer latex. Nippon Zeon, Sherman and Shalloway, September 23, 1986: US04613650 (18 worldwide citation)

A copolymer latex is produced by the emulsion polymerization of 20 to 50% by weight of a conjugated diolefin, 15 to 50% by weight of an aromatic vinyl compound, 0 to 25% by weight of a vinyl cyanide, 5 to 40% by weight of an alkyl ester of an unsaturated carboxylic acid, and 0.5 to 10% by weight of ...


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Do I Lee, Takayuki Kawamura, Edwin F Stevens: Heat/light stable interpenetrating polymer network latexes. The Dow Chemical Company, February 11, 1986: US04569964 (14 worldwide citation)

Structural latexes exhibit good heat and light stability and good physical properties. For example, a styrene/butadiene polymer network is polymerized in a continuous network comprising an essentially hydrophilic polymer. The microdomains of each polymer network within the latex particle are describ ...


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Michael G Roberts, Charles E Bolen: Molding compounds. Owens Corning Fiberglas Corporation, John W Overman, Philip R Cloutier, December 21, 1976: US03998909 (13 worldwide citation)

The surface characteristics, including shrink and gloss of molded thermosetting resin compounds, are improved by incorporating into the thermosetting resin a thermoplastic composition produced by the polymerization of a monomer with unsaturated elastomeric polymers.