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Detlef Schramm, Wolfgang Quack, Julien Damen, Pak Meng Cham: Multimodal polyolefin pipe. Dow Global Technologies, July 31, 2007: US07250473 (23 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a polyethylene resin having a multimodal molecular weight distribution, said resin being further characterized in that it has a density in the range of from about 0.925 g/ccm to about 0.950 g/ccm, a melt index (I2) in the range of from about 0.05 g/10 min to about 5 ...


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Alexei Kazakov, Stephen John Brown, Christopher John Brooke Dobbin, Stanley Allan Grabow: Multimodal polyolefin pipe. Nova Chemicals, Kenneth H Johnson, November 4, 2003: US06642313 (20 worldwide citation)

A solution polymerization process in a series or parallel of two or more reactors at different temperatures is used to prepare a multimodal polyolefin resin of narrow molecular weight distribution. This resin is used to manufacture melt extruded pipe that has an improved performance at elevated temp ...


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Alexei Kazakov, Stephen John Brown, Christopher John Brooke Dobbin, Stanley Allan Grabow: Multimodal polyolefin pipe. Nova Chemicals, Kenneth H Johnson, February 22, 2005: US06858677

A solution polymerization process in a series or parallel of two or more reactors at different temperatures is used to prepare a multimodal polyolefin resin of narrow molecular weight distribution. This resin is used to manufacture melt extruded pipe that has an improved performance at elevated temp ...


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KAZAKOV ALEXEI, BROWN STEPHEN JOHN, DOBBIN CHRISTOPHER JOHN BROOKE, GRABOW STAN ALLAN: TUYAU EN POLYOLEFINE A DISTRIBUTION MULTIMODALE DE MASSES MOLECULAIRES, MULTIMODAL POLYOLEFIN PIPE. NOVA CHEMICALS CORPORATION, NOVA CHEMICALS CORPORATION, TROTT TREVOR, September 15, 2009: CA2285723

A solution polymerization process in a series or parallel of two or more reactors at different temperatures is used to prepare a multimodal polyolefin resin of narrow molecular weight distribution. This resin is used to manufacture melt extruded pipe that has an improved performance at elevated temp ...


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Detlef Schramm, Wolfgang Quack, Julien Damen, Pak Meng Cham: Multimodal polyolefin pipe. The Dow Chemical Company, December 30, 2004: US20040266966-A1

The present invention relates to a polyethylene resin having a multimodal molecular weight distribution, said resin being further characterized in that it has a density in the range of from about 0.925 g/ccm to about 0.950 g/ccm, a melt index (I2) in the range of from about 0.05 g/10 min to about 5 ...


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Alexei Kazakov, Stephen John Brown, Christopher John Brooke Dobbin, Stanley Allan Grabow: Multimodal polyolefin pipe. Nova Chemicals, Kenneth H Johnson, March 18, 2004: US20040054088-A1

A solution polymerization process in a series or parallel of two or more reactors at different temperatures is used to prepare a multimodal polyolefin resin of narrow molecular weight distribution. This resin is used to manufacture melt extruded pipe that has an improved performance at elevated temp ...


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Kazakov Alexei, Brown Stephen John, Dobbin Christopher John Brooke, Grabow Stan Allan: Multimodal polyolefin pipe. Nova Chemicals, Kazakov Alexei, Brown Stephen John, Dobbin Christopher John Brooke, Grabow Stan Allan, CHISHOLM P Scott, April 12, 2001: WO/2001/025328

A solution polymerization process in a series or parallel of two or more reactors at different temperatures is used to prepare a multimodal polyolefin resin of narrow molecular weight distribution. This resin is used to manufacture melt extruded pipe that has an improved performance at elevated temp ...


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Kazakov Alexei, Brown Stephen John, Dobbin Christopher John Brooke, Grabow Stan Allan: Multimodal polyolefin pipe. Nova Chem Int, September 11, 2002: EP1238009-A1

A solution polymerization process in a series or parallel of two or more reactors at different temperatures is used to prepare a multimodal polyolefin resin of narrow molecular weight distribution. This resin is used to manufacture melt extruded pipe that has an improved performance at elevated temp ...