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Benjamin Mattes
Benjamin R Mattes, Phillip N Adams, Dali Yang, Lori A Brown, Andrei G Fadeev, Ian D Norris: Spinning, doping, dedoping and redoping polyaniline fiber. Santa Fe Science and Technology, Samuel M Freund, Cochran Freund & Young, April 23, 2013: US08425822

A composition of matter suitable for spinning polyaniline fiber, a method for spinning electrically conductive polyaniline fiber, a method for exchanging dopants in polyaniline fibers, and methods for dedoping and redoping polyaniline fibers are described.


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Benjamin Mattes
Benjamin R Mattes, Phillip N Adams, Dali Yang, Lori A Brown, Andrei G Fadeev, Ian D Norris: Spinning, doping, dedoping and redoping polyaniline fiber. Santa Fe Science & Technology, Samuel M Freund, Cochran Freund & Young, March 1, 2011: US07897082

A composition of matter suitable for spinning polyaniline fiber, a method for spinning electrically conductive polyaniline fiber, a method for exchanging dopants in polyaniline fibers, and methods for dedoping and redoping polyaniline fibers are described.


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Benjamin Mattes
Benjamin R Mattes, Phillip N Adams, Dali Yang, Lori A Brown, Andrei G Fadeev, Ian D Norris: Spinning, doping, dedoping and redoping polyaniline fiber. Santa Fe Science and Technology, Samuel M Freund, Cochran Freund & Young, December 8, 2009: US07628944

A composition of matter suitable for spinning polyaniline fiber, a method for spinning electrically conductive polyaniline fiber, a method for exchanging dopants in polyaniline fibers, and methods for dedoping and redoping polyaniline fibers are described.


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Benjamin Mattes
Qi Baohua, Mattes Benjamin R: Resistive heating using polyaniline fiber. Santa Fe Science & Technology, September 28, 2005: EP1579730-A2

The use of conductive polyaniline fibers for resistive heating applications is described. Unlike metal wires and conductive-polymer coated fibers, under certain conditions, electric voltages or currents used to generate heat in the fibers were found to produce irreversible changes to the polymer bac ...


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Benjamin Mattes
Mattes Benjamin R, Adams Phillip N, Yang Dali, Brown Lori A, Fadeev Andrei G, Norris Ian D: Spinning, doping, dedoping and redoping polyaniline fiber. Santa Fe Scjence &Amp Amp Technology, July 18, 2005: KR1020057007745

A composition of matter suitable for spinning polyaniline fiber, a method for spinning electrically conductive polyaniline fiber, a method for exchanging dopants in polyaniline fibers, and methods for dedoping and redoping polyaniline fibers are described.


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Benjamin Mattes
Benjamin R Mattes, Phillip N Adams, Dali Yang, Lori A Brown, Andrei G Fadeev, Ian D Norris: Spinning, doping, dedoping and redoping polyaniline fiber. Cochran Freund & Young, June 24, 2004: US20040119187-A1

A composition of matter suitable for spinning polyaniline fiber, a method for spinning electrically conductive polyaniline fiber, a method for exchanging dopants in polyaniline fibers, and methods for dedoping and redoping polyaniline fibers are described.


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Benjamin Mattes
Mattes Benjamin R, Wang Hsing Lin: Stable, concentrated solutions of high molecular weight polyaniline and articles therefrom. Univ California, Mattes Benjamin R, Wang Hsing Lin, June 14, 2000: EP1008148-A1

Stable, concentrated solutions of high molecular weight polyaniline. In order to process high quality fibers and other articles possessing good mechanical properties, it is known that solution concentrations of the chosen polymer should be in the range from 15-30% (w/w). Moreover, it is desirable to ...


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David C Strack, Linda A Connor, Sharon W Gwaltney, Ann L McCormack, Susan E Shawver, Jay S Shultz: Nonwoven fabric made with multicomponent polymeric strands including a blend of polyolefin and ethylene alkyl acrylate copolymer. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William D Herrick, Michael U Lee, August 9, 1994: US05336552 (400 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabric made with multicomponent polymeric strands includes a blend of a polyolefin and ethylene alkyl acrylate in one side or the sheath of the multicomponent polymeric strands. The fabric has improved abrasion resistance, strength, toughness and softness properties. Composite materials i ...


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Sheldon Kavesh, Dusan C Prevorsek: High tenacity, high modulus polyethylene and polypropylene fibers and intermediates therefore. Allied Corporation, Alan M Doernberg, Gerhard H Fuchs, Roy H Massengill, November 1, 1983: US04413110 (292 worldwide citation)

Solutions of ultrahigh molecular weight polymers such as polyethylene in a relatively non-volatile solvent are extruded through an aperture at constant concentration through the aperture and cooled to form a first gel of indefinite length. The first gels are extracted with a volatile solvent to form ...


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Liming Dai, Shaoming Huang: Multilayer carbon nanotube films and method of making the same. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation Campell, Sughrue Mion PLLC, October 26, 2004: US06808746 (227 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for the preparation of a substrate-free aligned nanotube film, comprising: (a) synthesizing a layer of aligned carbon nanotubes on a quartz glass substrate by pyrolysis of a carbon-containing material, in the presence of a suitable catalyst for nanotube formation; ...



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