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Johan A Thoen, Chuiwah A Cheung, Bharat I Chaudhary: Propylene copolymer foams. Dow Global Technologies, October 5, 2004: US06800669 (12 worldwide citation)

A foam comprising a propylene copolymer material comprising at least 50 weight percent of units derived from propylene, based on the total propylene copolymer material, and units derived from ethylenically unsaturated comonomers and having a melt flow rate in the range of from 0.5 to 8 g/10 min, a m ...


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Thoen Johan A, Cheung Chuiwah Alice, Chaudhary Bharat I: Propylene copolymer foams. Dow Global Technologies, February 25, 2004: EP1390416-A1

A foam comprising a propylene copolymer material comprising at least 50 weight percent of units derived from propylene, based on the total propylene copolymer material, and units derived from ethylenically unsaturated comonomers and having a melt flow rate in the range of from 0.5 to 8g/10 min, a me ...


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Johan A Thoen, Chuiwah A Cheung, Bharat I Chaudhary: Propylene copolymer foams. The Dow Chemical Company, October 17, 2002: US20020151611-A1

A foam comprising a propylene copolymer material comprising at least 50 weight percent of units derived from propylene, based on the total propylene copolymer material, and units derived from ethylenically unsaturated comonomers and having a melt flow rate in the range of from 0.5 to 8 g/10 min, a m ...


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Thoen Johan A, Cheung Chuiwah Alice, Chaudhary Bharat I: Propylene copolymer foams. Dow Global Technologies, Thoen Johan A, Cheung Chuiwah Alice, Chaudhary Bharat I, WAKEFIELD Charles P, July 4, 2002: WO/2002/051890

A foam comprising a propylene copolymer material comprising at least 50 weight percent of units derived from propylene, based on the total propylene copolymer material, and units derived from ethylenically unsaturated comonomers and having a melt flow rate in the range of from 0.5 to 8g/10 min, a me ...


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Agarwal Pawan Kumar, Mehta Aspy K: Propylene copolymer foams and their use. Exxon Chemical Patents, FAULKNER Kevin M, May 10, 2001: WO/2001/032758

This invention relates generally to foamable crystalline propylene polymers obtained from metallocene catalysis and to their methods of production. The foamed crystalline propylene polymers have molecular weight distributions and densities that fall within broad ranges. The crystalline propylene pol ...


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Agarwal Pawan Kumar, Mehta Aspy K: Propylene copolymer foams and their use. Exxon Chemical Patents, July 31, 2002: EP1226206-A1

This invention relates generally to foamable crystalline propylene polymers obtained from metallocene catalysis and to their methods of production. The foamed crystalline propylene polymers have molecular weight distributions and densities that fall within broad ranges. The crystalline propylene pol ...