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Dale S Gibbs, Earl H Wagener, Ritchie A Wessling: Cationic structured-particle latexes. The Dow Chemical Company, I A Murphy, November 1, 1977: US04056501 (44 worldwide citation)

Structured-particle latexes are prepared from nonionic or slightly cationic latexes, either preformed or polymerized in situ, by emulsion polymerizing monomeric materials which include an ethylenically unsaturated, activated-halogen monomer such as vinylbenzyl chloride in the absence of a sufficient ...


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Shiro G Takemoto, Owen J Morrison: Pressure-sensitive adhesives based on carboxylated SBR emulsion. Avery International Corporation, Christie Parker & Hale, February 19, 1980: US04189419 (41 worldwide citation)

Emulsion pressure-sensitive adhesives including a carboxylated styrene-butadiene polymer emulsion and an emulsified tackifying resin are described.


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Gary L Burroway, Albert M Gesenhues, Jennifer T Braden: Latex for coatings having reduced blushing characteristics. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Alvin T Rockhill, November 6, 1990: US04968741 (30 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the synthesis of a latex which can be formulated into coatings having improved water resistance for both moisture vapor transmission and water spotting. Coatings which are formulated with the latex of this invention are particularly useful for coating metal substrates becau ...


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Ivan S Lee: Carboxylated acrylate styrene butadiene adhesives. Polysar, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, March 20, 1984: US04438232 (30 worldwide citation)

An adhesive composition having improved properties for pressure sensitive adhesive applications has been developed comprising a latex of a polymer formed by polymerizing 40-10 percent vinyl or vinylidene monoaromatic monomer, 45-70 percent C.sub.4-6 cojugated diene, 1-5 percent unsaturated acid, and ...


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Eugene S Barabas, Andrew Klein, Dru W Alwani: Thickening butadiene-styrene latices with terpolymer emulsions. GAF Corporation, Arthur Dresner, Walter C Kehm, December 5, 1978: US04128520 (26 worldwide citation)

Terpolymer emulsions comprising (1) an .alpha.,.beta.-unsaturated carboxylic acid (2) an alkyl ester of an .alpha.,.beta.-unsaturated carboxylic acid, and (3) an amide of an .alpha.,.beta.-unsaturated carboxylic acid or styrene or a derivative thereof of the formula ##STR1## in which R.sub.2 is hydr ...


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Wilbur S Hall: Autodeposition process and composition. Union Carbide Corporation, Dale Lynn Carlson, March 4, 1980: US04191676 (25 worldwide citation)

An acidic aqueous coating composition having dispersed therein solid resin particles and of the type which forms on a metallic surface immersed therein a resinous coating which increases in thickness or weight the longer the time the surface is immersed in said composition, said composition being ch ...


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Victor Riley, Krishnamurthy Muralidharan: Multiple purpose patching composition. Rhodes Coats & Bennett, December 24, 1991: US05075358 (24 worldwide citation)

A latex modified mortar or concrete material in which a polymeric or latex binding material is combined with a low shrinkage (gypsum) cement and fine fillers. Use of the low shrinkage cement and a higher than previously considered functional ratio of latex binding material to low shrinkage cement pe ...


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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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Rachel M Loftin: Erasable inks. The Gillette Company, Fish & Richardson P C, July 6, 1999: US05919858 (23 worldwide citation)

An aqueous-based erasable ink composition suitable for use in highlighters and other writing instruments includes a styrene-butadiene copolymer and a water-insoluble pigment. It preferably also includes a release agent and an anti-oxidant, and has a viscosity of between 10 cps and 30 cps.


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Nobujiro Izaki, Masashi Nakayama, Saburo Mishiba, Sadao Sekiguchi: Composition for paper coating. Sumitomo Naugatuck, Stewart and Kolasch, July 20, 1976: US03970629 (21 worldwide citation)

A composition for paper coating which comprises a pigment and, as a pigment binder, a synthetic copolymer latex comprising about 24.5 to 50 parts by weight of at least one aliphatic conjugated diolefin, about 0.5 to 10 parts by weight of at least one ethylenically unsaturated carboxylic acid and abo ...