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Jennifer Petoff
Robert M Waymouth, Jennifer L Maciejewski Petoff, Raisa L Kravchenko: Ethylene copolymers with narrow composition distribution and high melting temperatures, and methods of production thereof. The Board of Trustees of Leland Stanford Jr University, Jacques M Dulin, Innovation Law Group, April 30, 2002: US06380341 (32 worldwide citation)

A copolymer of ethylene and at least one comonomer containing at least 4 carbon atoms is characterized by a polydispersity greater than 2, a broad melting point transition as measured by differential scanning calorimetry, and a narrow composition distribution. Ethylene/C


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Jennifer Petoff
Robert M Waymouth, Jennifer L Maciejewski Petoff, Raisa L Kravchenko: Methods of production of ethylene copolymers having narrow composition distributions and high melting temperatures. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Jacques M Dulin Esq, Innovation Law Groupsm, August 22, 2002: US20020115805-A1

A copolymer of ethylene and at least one comonomer containing at least 4 carbon atoms is characterized by a polydispersity greater than 2, a broad melting point transition as measured by differential scanning calorimetry, and a narrow composition distribution. Ethylene/C4+ copolymers also may show a ...


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Richard J Whitbourne: Bonding layers for medical device surface coatings. STS Biopolymers, Michael A Venable Gollin, December 7, 1999: US05997517 (361 worldwide citation)

A medical device is coated with a thin coherent bond coat of acrylics, epoxies, acetals, ethylene copolymers, vinyl polymers, polymers containing hydroxyl, amine, carboxyl, amide, or other reactive groups, and copolymers thereof. Outer layers may be applied and remain adherent to the substrate in wa ...


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Richard J Whitbourne: Bonding layers for medical device surface coatings. STS Biopolymers, Michael A Gollin, Venable, October 23, 2001: US06306176 (302 worldwide citation)

The medical device is coated with a thin coherent bond coat of acrylics, epoxies, acetals, ethylene copolymers, vinyl polymers containing hydroxyl, amine, carboxyl, amide or other reactive groups, and copolymers thereof. Outer layers may be applied and remain adherent to the substrate in water for a ...


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William J Hodgson Jr: Sealable polyolefin films containing very low density ethylene copolymers. Exxon Chemical Patents, Jaimes Sher, April 27, 1993: US05206075 (236 worldwide citation)

The invention provides laminar polyolefin film materials having a base film layer comprising a blend of an olefin polymer and up to about 30% by weight of at least one very low density copolymer of ethylene and a C.sub.3 to C.sub.20 alpha olefin comonomer copolymerizable with ethylene, said base lay ...


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Robert Joseph Statz, John Chu Chen: Highly-neutralized ethylene copolymers and their use in golf balls. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, November 25, 2003: US06653382 (203 worldwide citation)

Thermoplastics with high resilience (high coefficient of restitution) and softness (low Atti compressions) and their use in golf ball components. Melt-processible, highly-neutralized ethylene acid copolymers and process for making them by incorporating an aliphatic, mono-functional organic acid in t ...


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Toshiyuki Tsutsui, Ken Yoshitsugu, Akinori Toyota: Ethylene random copolymers. Mitsui Petrochemical, Sherman and Shalloway, June 8, 1993: US05218071 (194 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the present invention, there are provided ethylene copolymers composed of structural units (a) derived from ethylene and structural units (b) derived from .alpha.-olefin of 3.about.20 carbon atoms, said ethylene copolymers having


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Frederick J Karol, George L Goeke, Burkhard E Wagner, William A Fraser, Robert J Jorgensen, Nils Friis: Preparation of ethylene copolymers in fluid bed reactor. Union Carbide Corporation, John S Piscitello, November 24, 1981: US04302566 (192 worldwide citation)

Ethylene copolymers having a density of .gtoreq.0.91 to .ltoreq.0.96 and a melt flow ratio of .gtoreq.22 to .ltoreq.32 are readily produced in a low pressure gas phase process at a productivity of .gtoreq.50,000 pounds of polymer per pound of Ti with a particulate catalyst diluted with an inert carr ...


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Yoshinori Morita, Hiroshi Inoue, Kenji Fujiyoshi: Ethylene copolymers. Mitsui Petrochemical, Sherman & Shalloway, May 27, 1980: US04205021 (141 worldwide citation)

A copolymer consisting essentially of ethylene and an .alpha.-olefin with 5 to 18 carbon atoms, said copolymer having


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Ricardo Bloch, Thomas J McCrary Jr, Darrell W Brownawell: Ethylene copolymer viscosity index improver-dispersant additive useful in oil compositions. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, Frank T Johmann, May 14, 1985: US04517104 (129 worldwide citation)

Oil soluble viscosity index improving ethylene copolymers, such as copolymers of ethylene and propylene; and ethylene, propylene and diolefin; etc., are reacted or grafted with ethylenically unsaturated carboxylic acid moieties, preferably maleic anhydride moieties, and reacted with polyamines havin ...