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Charles C Cozewith, Sudhin Datta, Bruce A Harrington, Bernard J Folie, John F Walzer Jr, Donna J Crowther: Method for making polymer blends by using series reactors. Exxon Mobil Chemical Patents, Anthony Chi, Stephen D Prodnuk, November 20, 2001: US06319998 (65 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method of making polymer blends using series reactors and a metallocene catalyst. Monomers used by the invention are ethylene, a higher alpha-olefin (propylene most preferred), and optionally, a non-conjugated diene (ethylidene norbornene, i.e., ENB, most preferred). More ...


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C Cozewith, Ba Harrington, S Datta: Method for making polymer blends by using series reactors. Exxon Chemical Patents, ren zonghua, April 18, 2001: CN99803474

The present invention relates to a method of making polymer blends using series reactors and a metallocene catalyst. Monomers used by the invention are ethylene, a higher alpha-olefin (propylene most preferred), and optionally, a non-conjugated diene (ethylidene norbornene, i.e., ENB, most preferred ...


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Cozewith Charles, Harrington Bruce A, Datta Sudhin, Folie Bernard J, Walzer John F Jr, Crowther Donna J: Method for making polymer blends by using series reactors. Exxon Chemical Patents, December 20, 2000: EP1060202-A1

A method for the dynamic vulcanization of polymer blends made by solution polymerization in series reactors. The polymer blends are mixed under conditions of heat and shear, and a curing agent is added to at least partially cross-link one of the blend components.


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Cozewith Charles, Harrington Bruce A, Datta Sudhin, Folie Bernard J, Walzer John F Jr, Crowther Donna J: Method for making polymer blends by using series reactors. Exxon Chemical Patents, CHI Anthony R, September 10, 1999: WO/1999/045049

This invention relates to a method of making polymer blends using series reactors and a metallocene catalyst. Monomers used by the invention are ethylene, a higher alpha-olefin (propylene most preferred), and optionally, a non-conjugated diene (ethylidene norbornene, i.e., ENB, most preferred). More ...


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Cozewith Charles, Harrington Bruce A, Datta Sudhin, Folie Bernard J, Walzer John F Jr, Crowther Donna J: Method for making polymer blends by using series reactors. Exxonmobil Chemical Patents, May 25, 2001: KR1020007009743

This invention relates to a method of making polymer blends using series reactors and a metallocene catalyst. Monomers used by the invention are ethylene, a higher alpha-olefin (propylene most preferred), and optionally, a non-conjugated diene (ethylidene norbornene, i.e., ENB, most preferred). More ...