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Ihab M Hekal: Desiccant entrained polymer. Capitol Specialty Plastics, Reed Smith Shaw & McCLay L, June 15, 1999: US05911937 (208 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing moisture absorbing desiccant entrained polymers. A polymer is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. To achieve certain results in the hardened end product, such as rigidity ...


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Ihab M Hekal: Desiccant entrained polymer. CSP Technologies, Greenberg Traurig, February 28, 2006: US07005459 (131 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a composition having a co-continuous interconnecting channel morphology. These co-continuous interconnecting channels are predominately occupied with a polymer and particles that control the percolation through the composition. The particles are composed of a material ...


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Ihab M Hekal: Desiccant entrained polymer. Capitol Specialty Plastics, Dreier & Baritz, October 10, 2000: US06130263 (34 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing moisture absorbing desiccant entrained polymers. A polymer is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. To achieve certain results in the hardened end product, such as rigidity ...


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Ihab M Hekal: Desiccant entrained polymer. Capitol Specialty Plastics, Dreier & Baritz, April 10, 2001: US06214255 (33 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing moisture absorbing desiccant entrained polymers. A polymer is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. To achieve certain results in the hardened end product, such as rigidity ...


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Hekal Ihab M: Desiccant entrained polymer. Capitol Vial, January 27, 1999: EP0892673-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing moisture absorbing desiccant entrained polymers. A polymer is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. To achieve certain results in the hardened end product, such as rigidly a ...


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Jean Pierre Giraud: Resealable moisture tight container assembly for strips and the like having a lip snap seal. CSP Technologies, David B Gornish, May 16, 2017: US09650181 (1 worldwide citation)

A substantially moisture tight container and lid assembly for storing and packaging moisture-sensitive items comprising an assembly with a container and a lid, the lid is attached by a hinge to an upper housing portion of the container, the lid includes a lip seal member that depends downwardly from ...


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Frank A Chan: Storage container for biosensor test elements. Roche Diabetes Care, Woodard Emhardt Moriarty McNett & Henry, March 13, 2018: US09914126

A component for a storage container configured to receive vertically oriented articles. The component includes a tubular sidewall extending longitudinally from a base, and at least one spacer portion extending from an underside of the base and configured for engagement with an interior surface of a ...


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Hekal Ihab M: Desiccant entrained polymer. Csp Technologies, May 26, 2004: EP1421991-A2

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing moisture absorbing desiccant entrained polymers. A polymer is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. To achieve certain results in the hardened end product, such as rigidity ...


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Hekal Ihab M: Desiccant entrained polymer. Capitol Specialty Plastics, March 28, 2001: EP1086347-A1

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing moisture absorbing desiccant entrained polymers. A polymer (25) is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. A channeling agent (35) is blended then reacted into the polymer so ...


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Hekal Ihab M: Polymere a agents deshydratants entraines, Desiccant entrained polymer. Capitol Vial, Csp Technologies, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, September 11, 1998: CA2258680

The present invention includes processes and resulting structures for producing moisture absorbing desiccant entrained polymers. A polymer is caused to assume a molten state, typically by applying heat and melting the polymer. To achieve certain results in the hardened end product, such as rigidity ...