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Edwin D Hornbaker: Thermoplastic polyester blends. Ethyl Corporation, Donald L Johnson, John F Sieberth, Henry C Jeanette, August 9, 1983: US04397986 (38 worldwide citation)

Polyblends comprising polyethylene terephthalate, or a copolyester or blend thereof containing at least 80 percent by weight of polyethylene terephthalate, and a thermoplastic copolymer of (1) at least one vinyl aromatic monomer, (2) acrylic acid or methacrylic acid, or both, and (3) optionally at l ...


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Yeon F Liang: Thermoplastic polyester blends. Plastics Engineering Company, Quarles & Brady, August 28, 1990: US04952629 (16 worldwide citation)

A polymer blend of superior impact resistance comprises an intimate blend of a polyalkylene terephthalate resin, a polyesteramide and an impact resistance booster which is an elastomeric block copolymer. The preferred impact resistance booster is a block copolymer which has been modified with maleic ...


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Brown Sterling Bruce: Solvent-resistant, compatible polyphenylene ether-thermoplastic polyester blends containing large proportions of polycarbonate.. Gen Electric, October 25, 1989: EP0338268-A1 (8 worldwide citation)

Solvent-resistant resin blends with a wide variety of desirable tensile properties are prepared from a polyphenylene ether having a low proportion of unneutralized amino nitrogen or a blend thereof with a polystyrene; an elastomeric polyester or blend thereof with a poly(ethylene terephthalate) or p ...


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Sterling B Brown: Solvent-resistant, compatible polyphenylene ether-thermoplastic polyester blends containing large proportions of polycarbonate. General Electric Company, William H Pittman, James C Davis Jr, May 22, 1990: US04927881 (7 worldwide citation)

Solvent-resistant resin blends with a wide variety of desirable tensile properties are prepared from a polyphenylene ether having a low proportion of unneutralized amino nitrogen or a blend thereof with a polystyrene; an elastomeric polyester or blend thereof with a poly(ethylene terephthalate) or p ...


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Sterling B Brown: Solvent-resistant, compatible polyphenylene ether-thermoplastic polyester blends. General Electric Company, William H Pittman, James C Davis Jr, May 16, 1989: US04831087 (7 worldwide citation)

Resin blends with a wide variety of desirable tensile properties are prepared from a polyphenylene ether having a low proportion of unneutralized amino nitrogen; an elastomeric polyester or blend thereof with a poly(ethylene terephthalate) or poly(butylene terephthalate); and at least one polymer co ...


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Yeon F Liang: Thermoplastic polyester blends of improved impact resistance. Plastics Engineering Company, Quarles & Brady, December 26, 1989: US04889898 (3 worldwide citation)

A polymer blend of superior impact resistance comprises an intimate blend of a polyester resin, a polycarbonate resin and an acid-modified polyolefin. The preferred acid-modified polyolefin is a polyethylene wax which has been modified with maleic acid anhydride.


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Futian Liu, Nicholas J Manesis, Xiaojie Yu, Athene Wan Chie Chan: Porogen compositions, methods of making and uses. Allergan, Linda Allyson Nassif, March 14, 2017: US09593224

Provided are porogen compositions and methods of using such porogen compositions in the manufacture of porous materials, for example, porous silicone elastomers. The porogens generally include comprising a core material and shell material different from the core material. The porogens can be used to ...


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Brown Sterling Bruce: Solvent resistant, compatible polyphenylene ether-thermoplastic polyester blends.. Gen Electric, October 25, 1989: EP0338270-A2

Resin blends with a wide variety of desirable tensile properties are prepared from a polyphenylene ether having a low proportion of unneutralized amino nitrogen; an elastomeric polyester or blend thereof with a poly(ethylene terephthalate) or poly(butylene terephthalate); and at least one polymer co ...


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Brown Sterling Bruce: Melanges a base de polyester thermoplastique et de poly(oxyde de phenylene) compatible, renfermant de fortes proportions de polycarbonate et resistant aux solvants, Solvent-resistant, compatible polyphenylene ether-thermoplastic polyester blends containing large proporations of polycarbonate. General Electric Company, CRAIG WILSON AND COMPANY, November 28, 1995: CA1337666

Solvent-resistant resin blends with a widevariety of desirable tensile properties are preparedfrom a polyphenylene ether having a low proportion ofunneutralized amino nitrogen or a blend thereof with apolystyrene; an elastomeric polyester or blend thereofwith a poly(ethylene terephthalate) or poly(b ...


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Brown Sterling Bruce: Melanges de polyester thermoplastique compatible a lether de polyphenylene resistants aux solvants, Solvent-resistant, compatible polyphenylene ether-thermoplastic polyester blends. General Electric Company, OLDHAM AND WILSON, June 1, 1993: CA1318739

RD-18596 SOLVENT-RESISTANT COMPATIBLE POLYPHENYLENE ETHER-THERMOPLASTIC POLYESTER BLENDS Abstract Resin blends with a wide variety of desirabletensile properties are prepared from a polyphenylene etherhaving a low proportion of unneutralized amino nitrogen; anelastomeric polyester or blend thereof w ...



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