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James C Stevens, David R Neithamer: Metal complex compounds. The Dow Chemical Company, Douglas N Delime, November 12, 1991: US05064802 (464 worldwide citation)

A monocyclopentadienyl or substituted monocyclopentadienyl metal complex containing compound useful as a polymerization catalyst corresponding to the formula:


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James C Stevens, David R Neithamer: Metal complex compounds. The Dow Chemical Company, Douglas N Deline, July 21, 1992: US05132380 (232 worldwide citation)

A monocyclopentadienyl or substituted monocyclopentadienyl metal complex containing compound useful as a polymerization catalyst corresponding to the formula:


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David R Neithamer, James C Stevens: Process for preparation of monocyclopentadienyl metal complex compounds and method of use. The Dow Chemical Company, September 27, 1994: US05350723 (146 worldwide citation)

Cationic Group 4 or Lanthanide metal catalysts containing a single, delocalized n-bonded group are prepared by contacting a metal complex with a carbonium salt of a compatible, non-coordinating anion.


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Nii Kazumi, Watanabe Kousuke, Igarashi Tatsuya, Ichijima Seiji, Ise Toshihiro: Organic electroluminescent devices and metal complex compounds. Fuji Photo Film, Nii Kazumi, Watanabe Kousuke, Igarashi Tatsuya, Ichijima Seiji, Ise Toshihiro, IIDA Toshizo, December 16, 2004: WO/2004/108857 (66 worldwide citation)

An organic electroluminescent device, which has a pair of electrodes and at least one organic layer including a luminescent layer between the pair of electrodes, wherein at least one layer between the pair of electrodes comprises at least one metal complex having a tridentate- or higher polydentate- ...


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Stevens James C, Neithamer David R: Metal complex compounds, process for preparation and method of use.. Dow Chemical, March 20, 1991: EP0418044-A2 (58 worldwide citation)

A monocyclopentadienyl or substituted monocyclopentadienyl metal complex containing compound useful as an addition polymerization catalyst corresponds to the formula: CpMXnA wherein: Cp is a single eta -cyclopentadienyl or eta -substituted cyclopentadienyl group optionally covalently bonded to M thr ...


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Vernon Charles Gibson, Brian Stephen Kimberley, Peter James Maddox, Sergio Mastroianni: Polymerization catalyst. BP Chemicals, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner L, October 8, 2002: US06461994 (41 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to transition metal complex compounds, to polymerization catalysts based thereon and to their use in the polymerization and copolymerization of olefins.


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Gunther Schlingloff, Torsten Wieprecht, Frank Bachmann, Josef Dannacher, Marie Josée Dubs, Menno Hazenkamp, Grit Hänsler, Brigitte Schmidt, Albert Schneider, Peter Weingartner: Use of metal complex compounds as oxidation catalysts. Ciba Specialty Chemicals Corporation, Kevin T Mansfield, Mervin G Wood, January 9, 2007: US07161005 (39 worldwide citation)

Use of metal complex compounds of formula [LnMemXp]zYq  (1) wherein Me is manganese, titanium, iron, cobalt, nickel or copper, X is a coordinating or bridging radical, n and m are each independently of the other an integer having a value of from 1 to 8, p is an integer having a value of from 0 to 32 ...


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David R Neithamer, James C Stevens: Process for preparation of monocyclopentadienyl metal complex compounds and method of use. The Dow Chemical Company, March 21, 1995: US05399635 (34 worldwide citation)

Cationic Group 4 or Lanthanide metal catalysts containing a single, delocalized .pi.-bonded group are prepared by contacting a metal complex with a carbonium salt of a compatible, non-coordinating anion.


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Douglas Duane Roth: Nonwoven blend with electret fiber. Invista North America r l, Gregory N Clements, August 9, 2005: US06926961 (33 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a blend of 15-97 weight percent electret fibers and 3-85 percent by weight dissimilar non-electret fibers using dry laid blending technique. The electret fibers incorporate 0.05 to 30 weight percent charge control agents. Optionally, at least about 3 to about 50 weig ...


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Yoshiaki Suzuki, Gouichi Hayashi: Infrared absorbent compositions. Fuji Photo Film, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, June 18, 1991: US05024923 (30 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an infrared absorbent composition comprising at least one of the metal complex compounds represented by formulae (I) or (II): ##STR1## wherein [Cat] represents a cation necessary for neutralizing the complex; n represents 1 or 2; M represents Cu, Co, Ni, Pd, or Pt; a ...