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Paul T Weisman, Stephen A Goldman: High-density absorbent structures. September 9, 1986: US04610678 (710 worldwide citation)

Absorbent structures comprising a mixture of hydrophilic fibers and discrete particles of a water insoluble hydrogel are disclosed. The fiber/hydrogel ratios range from about 30:70 to about 98:2. The absorbent structures have a density of from about 0.15 g/cm.sup.3 to about 1 g/cm.sup.3. The structu ...


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Weisman Paul Thomas, Goldman Stephen Allen: High density absorbent structures, method of their manufacture and absorbent products containing them.. Procter & Gamble, October 17, 1984: EP0122042-A2 (74 worldwide citation)

Absorbent structures comprising a mixture of hydrophilic fibers and discrete particles of a water insoluble hydrogel are disclosed. The fiber/hydrogel ratios range from 30:70 to 98:2. The absorbent structures have a density of from 0.15 g/cm to 1 g/cm. The structures are flexible, and have superior ...


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Weisman Paul Thomas, Goldman Stephen Allen: High density absorbent structures, method of their manufacture and absorbent products containing them. Procter & Gamble, November 28, 1984: GB2140471-A (25 worldwide citation)

Absorbent structures comprising a mixture of hydrophilic fibers and discrete particles of a water insoluble hydrogel are disclosed. The fiber/hydrogel ratios range from 30:70 to 98:2. The absorbent structures have a density of from 0.15 g/cm to 1 g/cm. The structures are flexible, and have superior ...


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Weisman Paul T, Goldman Stephen A: Materiaux super-absorptifs, High-density absorbent structures. The Procter &Amp Gamble Company, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, September 6, 1988: CA1241570 (1 worldwide citation)

HIGH-DENSITY ABSORBENT STRUCTURES ABSTRACT Absorbent structures comprising a mixture of hydrophilicfibers and discrete particles of a water insoluble hydrogel aredisclosed. The fiber/hydrogel ratios range from about 30:70 toabout 98:2. The absorbent structures have a density of fromabout 0.15 g/cm3 ...


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Donald Carroll Roe, Melanie D Allen, Kathleen Quinlan Ames Ooten, Mark John Ciesko, Barry Robert Fiest, Eiro Fukkuda, George Bartol Glackin: Pull-on wearable article with informational image. The Procter & Gamble Company, Sarah M DeCristofaro, December 19, 2017: US09844478

A pull-on wearable article includes a main portion including an outer cover, the main portion defining a front waist region, a rear waist region, and a crotch region extending between and connecting the front and rear waist regions. First and second extendable side panels extend between and connect ...


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Stephen Lebeuf Hardie, Brandon Ellis Wise, John Joseph Curro, Theresa Lynn Galie: Apertured nonwoven materials and methods for forming the same. The Procter & Gamble Company, Brian M Bolam, January 9, 2018: US09861533

The present disclosure is generally directed, in part, to a selectively apertured nonwoven material forming a portion of a disposable absorbent article. The nonwoven material comprises a layer of bicomponent fibers, and a plurality of apertures formed in the layer of bicomponent fibers. Each apertur ...


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Mark Joseph Kline, Jeromy Thomas Raycheck, Donald Carroll Roe, Pankaj Nigam, Carl Louis Bergman: Disposable absorbent articles having co-elongation. The Procter & Gamble Company, Christian M Best, December 26, 2017: US09849042

An absorbent article comprises a lateral axis defining a front portion and a back portion in the absorbent article, a topsheet, and a backsheet. The absorbent article further comprises an absorbent core positioned at least partially intermediate the topsheet and the backsheet. The backsheet comprise ...


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Todd Leon Mansfield, Ebrahim Rezai, James Thomas Bader, Adam Daniel Schmidtz: Disposable absorbent article containing an unapertured skinless elastomeric layer. The Procter & Gamble Company, William E Gallagher, Andrew A Paul, January 31, 2017: US09554947

The present invention relates to a disposable absorbent article comprising a chassis having a front waist region, a back waist region, and a crotch region between the front and back waist regions, said chassis having two opposing longitudinal edges and two perpendicularly placed end edges, said chas ...


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Gregory Ashton, Eiro Fukuda, Eric Patton Weinberger, Daniel Clark Buchner: Absorbent article having a folded waist. The Proctor & Gamble Company, Sarah M DeCristofaro, Eric T Addington, April 18, 2017: US09622920

An article including a front region, a back region, and a chassis. The chassis may include an absorbent core having a front end edge and a back end edge. The front region and the back region may extend laterally outward beyond side edges of the chassis. The front region and the back region may abut ...


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Uwe Schneider, Thomas Henrich: Absorbent articles and method for manufacturing the same. The Procter & Gamble Company, Charles R Matson, December 19, 2017: US09844477

The present disclosure generally relates to absorbent products and methods for manufacturing the same. An absorbent product comprises a backsheet having a first lateral end edge, a second lateral end edge, a first longitudinal side edge, and a second longitudinal side edge. The absorbent product fur ...