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PROCESSES OF PREPARING A DESIRED OR INTENTIONAL COMPOSITION OF AT LEAST ONE NONREACTANT MATERIAL AND AT LEAST ONE SOLID POLYMER OR SPECIFIED INTERMEDIATE CONDENSATION PRODUCT, OR PRODUCT THEREOF

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523000000 - SYNTHETIC RESINS (CLASS 520, SUBCLASS 1)

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
523400000 Process of forming a composition containing a nonreactive material (NRM) and a polymer containing more than one 1,2-epoxy group, or a preformed polymer derived from or admixed with a reactant containing more than one 1,2-epoxy group, or with a polymer derived from an epihalohydrin and a polyhydric phenol or polyol; or composition or product thereof 521
523105000 Nonmedicated composition specifically intended for contact with living animal tissue or process of preparing; other than apparel 439
523149000 Friction element composition or process of preparing 162
523200000 Process of forming a composition of a solid polymer or solid polymer forming system by admixing a product in the form of a surface coated, impregnated, encapsulated, or surface modified fiber, sheet, particle, or web, with a material; or composition which is the result of said admixing 148
523122000 Composition having ingredient providing biocidal or biostatic protection thereto or process of preparing 141
523351000 Utilizing plural mixing operations in preparation of a solid polymer inert ingredient concentrate, e.g., master batch, etc. 91
523130000 Composition for plugging pores in wells or other subterranean formations; consolidating formations in wells or cementing a well or process of preparing 45
523124000 Composition containing an additive which enhances degradation by environmental stimuli or process of preparing 45
523218000 Process of forming a composition having a nonreactant material selected for its special void characteristic; or composition containing same, e.g., syntactic foam, etc. 29
523166000 Composition for puncture proof tire liner or in emergency tire repair (e.g., tire inflation, etc.) or process of preparing 19
523500000 Process of forming a composition of an ethylenically unsaturated reactant or ethylenically unsaturated polymer admixed with nonreactive material (NRM) and a polyester whose polymer backbone was derived through the direct formation of the ester linkage, e.g., polyethylene terephthalate, polycaprolactone, etc., or product thereof 14
523100000 Food or tobacco contact composition or process of preparing 13
523223000 Process of forming a composition of a spheroidal material having physical dimension or composition containing same 12
523220000 Process of forming a composition having two or more solid materials having defined physical dimensions or surface areas; or composition containing same 12
523171000 Composition having opalescent, pearlescent, or variegated color or process of preparing 10
523335000 Creaming, agglomerating, or coalescing a solid polymer latex or aqueous dispersion wherein solid polymer latex or aqueous dispersion is the result 10
523139000 Composition related to metal foundry molding or metallurgical furnace or process of preparing 10
523175000 Liquid-solid drag reduction composition or process of preparing 10
523319000 Utilizing treating or forming motion described by numerical data other than mere temperature, pressure, time, or amounts of material 10
523102000 Odor masked, odor reduced or perfumed composition or process of preparing 9
523179000 Intumescent coating or ablative composition or process of preparing 8
523333000 Admixing a nonreactive additive ingredient in the form of a slurry, dispersion, or suspension (liquid-solid); said slurry dispersion or suspension containing no solid polymer or SICP 8
523177000 Coating or adhesive composition for application to a wet or contaminated surface (e.g., underwater or oil-contaminated, etc.) or process of preparing 7
523307000 Utilizing a temperature greater than 250 degrees C (482 degrees F) or less than 0 degrees C 6
523164000 Lead pencil or marking crayon composition or process of preparing 6
523348000 Utilizing plural interconnected distinct forming or treating zones or locations other than nominal screw extruder, e.g., zones interconnected in parallel or having varying flow velocity, etc. 6
523336000 Inverting phase relationships or reapportioning the distribution of ingredients among phases 6
523169000 Antifogging or water repellent composition for optical or windshield application or process of preparing 5
20080207797Anti-Fogging Coating Solution and Anti-Fogging Article - An anti-fogging coating solution comprising a homopolymer of a repeating unit derived from an ethylenic monomer having a hydroxyl group in the side chain or a copolymer of the above repeating unit and a repeating unit derived from an ethylenic monomer having an epoxy group, alkoxycarbonyl group, carboxyl group, amido group or amino group in the side chain as a resin component. A film formed from the coating solution of the present invention has excellent scratch resistance, initial anti-fogging property and anti-fogging retainability.08-28-2008
20120245250ANTI-FOG COATING COMPOSITION - Provided is an anti-fog coating composition that rarely suffers from blushing when applied and dried even under high-humidity conditions and that can be heat-cured even at low temperature in a short time and form a coating film that exhibits excellent tight adhesion to a substrate and excellent heat resistance and anti-fog properties. The anti-fog coating composition comprises (A) a copolymer prepared from a monomer mixture of a monomer (A1), a monomer (A2) and a monomer (A3); (B) a basic compound such as amines; and (C) a surfactant such as anionic surfactants. The monomer (A1) is a vinyl monomer that has an N-methylol group or an N-alkoxymethylol group. The monomer (A2) is a vinyl monomer that has a sulfonic acid group. The monomer (A3) is an alkyl(meth)acrylate monomer.09-27-2012
20100267862METHODS OF PREVENTING FROST FORMATION AND FACILITATING THE REMOVAL OF WINTER PRECIPITATION RELATIVE TO A WINDSHIELD AND COMPOSITIONS FOR USE THEREIN - Disclosed herein is a winter precipitation barrier composition, comprising: a retaining agent, a solvent, and optionally, an auxiliary component, such as a rheology/viscosity modifier, surfactant, detergent, foaming/defoaming additive, humectant, dye, colorant, fragrance, or a combinations thereof. In one embodiment, the retaining agent comprises a primarily hydrophobic monomer or a hydrophilic monomer.10-21-2010
20090018236ANTIHAZING AGENT FOR NONCRYSTALLINE CYCLOOLEFIN RESINS, RESIN COMPOSITIONS, AND OPTICAL ELEMENTS - An antihazing agent for noncrystalline cycloolefin resins which can inhibit the hazing of the resins due to fine cracking caused by environmental change, particularly, environmental change from high temperature and humidity atmosphere to ordinary temperature and humidity atmosphere without losing the characteristics inherent in the resins to keep the transparency of the resins and inhibit the light transmittance thereof from lowering; noncrystalline cycloolefin resin compositions containing the agent; and optical elements made from the compositions. A compound component containing a metal rosinate as the main component is used as the antihazing agent for noncrystalline cycloolefin resins. It is particularly preferable that the antihazing agent further contain one or more members selected from the group consisting of alkali metal salts, alkaline earth metal salts, and Group 12 metal salts.01-15-2009
20100234489COATING COMPOSITION FOR WIPER BLADE AND WIPER BLADE MANUFACTURED THEREFROM - Disclosed is a coating composition for a wiper blade, which includes a silicone-based wax, a silicone oil and a solid lubricant so that the silicon-based wax in a liquid phase dissolved in the silicone oil coexists with the solid lubricant for extended time periods. Also, a wiper blade is provided, which has a rib including a coating layer formed from the coating composition, so that upon operation of the wiper blade, components of the coating layer dissolve out of the surface of the coating layer and are then transferred onto a windshield due to friction between the wiper blade and the windshield, thereby forming on the surface of the windshield a water repellent film which is hard and has outstanding durability.09-16-2010
523222000 Process of forming a composition having a fiber which is twisted, coiled, or involves specific mechanically interengaged fibers other than fibers solely of glass; or composition containing same, e.g., textiles, cloth, fiber bundles, mats, etc. 5
20080207800Electrically conductive strands, fabrics produced therefrom and use thereof - Described are melt-spun strands having a modulus of elasticity of from 8 to 14 GPa and an elastic extension of up to 1.5%, comprising a) a thermoplastic polyester, b) a thermoplastic elastomeric block copolymer, and c) carbon black and/or graphite particles in the form of aggregates aligned along the longitudinal axis of the strand which form electrically conductive paths along the longitudinal axis of the strand.08-28-2008
20080207798ORGANIC-INORGANIC ELECTROSPUN FIBERS - Organic-inorganic hybrid fibers and methods for the preparation of such fibers are disclosed.08-28-2008
20090023839PROCESS FOR MAKING FIBROUS STRUCTURES - Processes for making fibrous structures and more particularly processes for making fibrous structures comprising filaments are provided.01-22-2009
20080214699PROCESS FOR PRODUCING COMPATIBILIZED POLYMER BLENDS - A process is provided for producing a compatibilized polymeric blend. A first thermoplastic polymer and a reactive moiety are provided to a progressive melt kneading apparatus. The reactive moiety comprises a first reactive group capable of reacting with the first thermoplastic polymer but not a second polymer and a second reactive group capable of reacting with the second polymer but not the first polymer. The first thermoplastic polymer and the reactive moiety are then melt kneaded so that the first reactive group reacts with the first thermoplastic polymer and the second reactive group is grafted to the first thermoplastic polymer, forming a molten self-compatibilizer. A molten second polymer is then provided. The molten self-compatibilizer is melt kneaded with the molten second polymer so that the second reactive group reacts with the second polymer to form a compatibilized polymeric blend. Also provided are articles formed from the compatibilized polymer blend.09-04-2008
20080207799Electrically conductive strands, fabrics produced therefrom and use thereof - Described are melt-spun strands having a modulus of elasticity of less than 6 GPa and an elastic extension of greater than 1.5%, comprising a) a thermoplastic polymer, b) a thermoplastic elastomeric block copolymer, and c) carbon black and/or graphite particles in the form of aggregates aligned along the longitudinal axis of the strand which form electrically conductive paths along the longitudinal axis of the strand.08-28-2008
523310000 Utilizing an ion exchanger or a solid sorptive material or semipermeable membrane 4
20100093894Removing Fluorosurfactant From Aqueous Fluoropolymer Dispersions Using Anion Exchange Polymer with Functional Groups Resistant to Degradation to Trialkyl Amines - A process for reducing fluorosurfactant content of a stabilized fluorosurfactant-containing aqueous fluoropolymer dispersion comprising contacting the stabilized fluorosurfactant-containing aqueous fluoropolymer dispersion with an anion exchange resin comprising a polymer and quaternary ammonium functional groups to reduce fluorosurfactant content, the functional groups being resistant to degradation which releases trialkylamines. The anion exchange resin is separated from the dispersion after the fluorosurfactant content has been reduced.04-15-2010
20080262122Process for Producing Resin-Coated Pigment, Resin-Coated Pigment, Aqueous Pigment Dispersion and Aqueous Colorant Composition Containing the Same - A process for producing a resin-coated pigment capable of providing an ink and a paint being superior in dispersion stability of a pigment and having rapid drying property, high gloss and density without containing those such as an organic solvent and a salt that cause the lowering of performance of pigment dispersion, characterized in that a pigment is dispersed in an aqueous solution in which an anionic group-containing resin is dissolved in the presence of a basic compound and then, the anionic group-containing resin is precipitated on the surface of the pigment by removing the basic compound in the aqueous solution, using an ion exchange means.10-23-2008
20110263752AQUEOUS INK FOR INKJET RECORDING - The present invention provides [1] a water dispersion for ink-jet printing containing chain-like particles each containing anionic organic pigment particles and a cationic polymer, wherein the ratio of organic pigment primary particles forming the chain-like particles to all the pigment primary particles contained in the water dispersion is 10% by number or more; [2] a water-based ink for ink-jet printing containing the water dispersion; [3] a method for producing a water dispersion for ink-jet printing as described above in [1]; and [4] a water-based ink for ink-jet printing containing a water dispersion produced through the method. The water dispersion and water-based ink for ink-jet printing of the present invention realize excellent optical density.10-27-2011
20100093893Removing Fluorosurfactant from Aqueous Fluoropolymer Dispersions Using Anion Exchange Polymer With Functional Groups Resistant To Degradation to Trialkylamines - A process for reducing fluorosurfactant content of a stabilized fluorosurfactant-containing aqueous fluoropolymer dispersion comprising contacting the stabilized fluorosurfactant-containing aqueous fluoropolymer dispersion with an anion exchange resin comprising a polymer and quaternary ammonium functional groups to reduce fluorosurfactant content, the functional groups being resistant to degradation which releases trialkylamines. The anion exchange resin is separated from the dispersion after the fluorosurfactant content has been reduced.04-15-2010
523173000 Cable filling or flooding composition or process of preparing 4
20110172327METHOD OF TREATING AND COMPOUNDING FILLERS - A method of treating filler can include the steps of providing the filler, disposing silica within the filler so that a bulk density of the filler is approximately 24 to 26 pounds per cubic feet, forming a silane compound that includes silane and paraffin wax, and combining the silane compound with the filler.07-14-2011
20100022683HARD GRADE EPR INSULATION COMPOSITIONS - Novel additive systems for lead-free filled cable insulation are disclosed. These systems provide improved electrical and mechanical properties. The composition contains a base polymer of a polyethylene and an elastomer, a filler, and additives of hindered amine light stabilizers and phenolic antioxidants.01-28-2010
20090043012TREE RESISTANT INSULATION COMPOSITIONS - Insulation compositions for electric power cables having a polyolefin base polymer and an additive comprising either low molecular weight wax or polyethylene glycol (PEG) and optionally further comprising one or more hindered amine light stabilizers, amine antioxidants and other antioxidant blends are disclosed. Also disclosed are insulation compositions comprising a C02-12-2009
20080227887Polypropylene-Based Wire and Cable Insulation or Jacket - The invention is an electrically conductive device, e.g., a wire or cable, having a crush resistance of at least about 18 pounds per square inch (psi), the device comprising: A. An electrically conductive member comprising at least one electrically conductive substrate, e.g., a wire strand or a pair of twisted wire strands; and B. At least one electric-insulating member substantially surrounding the electrically conductive member, e.g., a polymer coating or layer, the electric-insulating member comprising a polymer blend, the polymer blend comprising: 1. At least about 50 weight percent of a polypropylene, and 2. At least about 10 weight percent of an elastomer. In one embodiment, the blend is characterized as having (i) a hot creep of less than 200% at 150 C, (ii) a dielectric constant at 60 Hz and 90 C of less than about 2.5, (iii) a dissipation factor at 60 Hz and 90 C of less than about 0.005, and (iv) an AC breakdown strength of greater than about 600 v/mil.09-18-2008
523172000 Pavement or sign marking or reflex reflecting composition or process of preparing 4
20100324169AQUEOUS COATING COMPOSITION HAVING REDUCED PLATE OUT - Fast hardening aqueous latexes and coating compositions, including paints such as traffic paints, comprising a triazole exhibit less plate out onto process metal surfaces compared to similar triazole-free compositions.12-23-2010
20110294916HYDROPHILIC MARKING FILM HAVING PLASMA CHEMICAL VAPOR DEPOSITION TREATED PROTECTIVE LAYER - The present application relates to a hydrophilic marking film having both hydrophilicity at the time of application and stable hydrophilicity over time, the hydrophilic marking film having excellent weather resistance properties such as color difference, gloss retention, and the like, and excellent contamination resistance properties. The hydrophilic marking film is provided with a film and a protective layer, wherein the protective layer contains 10% or more but less than 40% of carbon, more than 45% but not more than 75% of oxygen and 15% or more but not more than 32% of silicon in terms of atomic composition and is formed by a plasma CVD method.12-01-2011
20110136936High PVC Fast-Drying Aqueous Binder Compositions With Small Particle Binders And Traffic Markings Made Therewith - The present invention provides fast dry binder compositions comprising one or more anionically stabilized emulsion polymer having a weight average particle size of from 100 to 165 nm, one or more polyamine, one or more volatile base and one or more filler, extender and/or pigment in a composition having a % PVC of from 63 to 80. The invention provides surprisingly stable fast dry binder compositions for such a high extender or filler loading and the compositions dry far faster than binders made with waterborne polymers having a larger particle size. The invention provides high performance traffic paints at a reduced cost in use and coated substrates, such as traffic markings or exterior insulation finishes (EIFS).06-09-2011
20100298466SYNTHESIS OF IMPROVED BINDERS AND MODIFIED TACTICITY - The invention relates to a process for preparing polymers for coating applications by polymerizing esters of acrylic acid or of methacrylic acid or vinyl aromatics or other free-radically polymerizable vinyl compounds or monomer mixtures composed predominantly of such monomers by means of a continuous polymerization process. In particular, the invention relates to a solvent-free preparation process for polymers, through which the binder can be prepared for coating applications with superior processing properties, very good thermal stability, improved pigment wetting and a higher gloss.11-25-2010
523132000 Composition for in situ soil conditioning or treating or process of preparing 4
20080214696COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR RESISTING SOIL EROSION & FIRE RETARDATION - Compositions and methods for concomitantly resisting fire and soil erosion. The compositions comprise an aqueous mixture of a polymer mixed with an organic material. The polymer preferably comprises polyacrylamide or a copolymer of polyacrylamide having anionic functional groups. The organic material comprises either cellulose, mulch and/or seed and mulch. The methods of the present invention comprise providing or forming an aqueous mixture of the compositions of the present invention and applying them to an area of land sought to be provided with soil erosion and/or fire resistant properties.09-04-2008
20100125111COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR RESISTING SOIL EROSION AND FIRE RETARDATION - Compositions and methods for resisting soil erosion. The compositions comprise a polymer mixed with an organic material. The polymer preferably comprises polyacrylamide or an acrylamide copolymer having anionic functional groups. A second polymer to promote the formation of a film may also be utilized. The organic material comprises natural and synthetic fiber material. The methods of the present invention comprises applying the compositions of the present invention to an area of land sought to be provided with soil erosion resistant properties and thereafter allowing water to mix therewith, as may be supplied or provided naturally by precipitation.05-20-2010
20090239973Polyacrylamide Delivery Product - The PAM delivery product is a solid form of polyacrylamide polymer (PAM). Among other things, the PAM delivery product can be used to prevent ruts formed during center-pivot irrigation, prevent erosion of irrigation ditches, clarify wastewater, and assist seed germination and seedling establishment. The PAM delivery product includes pure PAM and water to create a solid “loaf.” Water-soluble calcium (Ca) can also be added to the PAM delivery product depending on the specific application for the PAM delivery product. When Ca is used in the PAM delivery product, it is present in a 9:1 ratio to the PAM There are no fixing agents needed in the PAM delivery product; it is pure active ingredient.09-24-2009
20130197128METHOD AND COMPOSITION FOR ROAD CONSTRUCTION AND SURFACING - Methods and compositions for improving the strength and longevity of secondary roadways through environmentally sound practices are disclosed herein. A composition for road sealing includes an aqueous emulsion of acrylic and vinyl acetate polymer, water, and a resin-modified emulsion, wherein the resin-modified emulsion includes a mixture of pitch and rosin, an emulsifying agent, and water.08-01-2013
523135000 Solar energy absorption or solar reflection composition or process of preparing 4
20120264848POLYMER EMULSION FOR PAVEMENT SEALING - A pavement sealing composition and method of application of the sealant to pavement to form a thin coating which protects the pavement, particularly asphalt from the harmful effects of oxidation, water, ice and snow as well as fluids spilled onto the pavement surface from automobiles and aircraft. Preferably, the coating is formed of a polymer based emulsion.10-18-2012
20100056666REFLECTIVE FILM FOR THERMAL CONTROL - A reflective film includes a polymeric layer and a reflective component. The polymeric layer includes a polyimide polymer, where the polyimide polymer has a backbone with at least one non-terminal phenyl group. A linkage is connected to the non-terminal phenyl group, where the linkage can be an amide linkage or an ester linkage. An oligomeric silsesquioxane compound is connected to the linkage through an organic substituent, where the oligomeric silsesquioxane is not incorporated into the polymer backbone.03-04-2010
20090076192POLY CROSS LINKED PHTHALOCYANINE COMPOUND FOR SOLAR CELL AND INK COMPOSITION COMPRISING THE SAME - A poly cross linked phthalocyanine compound for a solar cell and ink composition comprising the same, and more particularly a poly cross linked phthalocyanine compound effective for use in a near infrared absorbent having a high absorption power in a near infrared wavelength from about 750 nm to about 1100 nm, wherein the poly cross linked phthalocyanine compound having structures according to the present inventive concept is sensitized to infrared region, although ruthenium-based compound used for existing dye-sensitized solar cells is sensitized to visible light region, such that the compound according to the present novel concept can be extended in wavelengths for use in solar cells to improve an energy conversion efficiency.03-19-2009
20090062424COLORIMETRIC INDICATOR OF RADIATION EXPOSURE - A colorimetric composition is disclosed comprising a polycarbonate resin, a dye, and a thiopropionate. The composition undergoes an irreversible color shift to a darker color upon exposure to sunlight or UV radiation. Processes for producing and/or using such a colorimetric composition are also disclosed.03-05-2009
523137000 Electromagnetic wave absorbing composition or process of preparing (excludes visible, IR or UV portions of spectrum) 3
20100130638ULTRAVIOLET ABSORBENT COMPOSITION - An ultraviolet absorbent composition, containing an ultraviolet absorbent represented by formula (2) or (B-I), and a compound represented by formula (TS-I) or (TS-II):05-27-2010
20130165546X-RAY OPAQUE COATING - The disclosure relates to an X-ray opaque coating containing an epoxy resin including an iodinated phenol covalently bonded to a glycidyl ether. Iodinated phenol covalently bonded to a glycidyl ether may include iodinated bisphenol A, such as tetraiodobisphenol A, a glycidyl ether of mono-iodophenol, bis-iodephenol, tri-iodophenol, or combinations thereof. The coating may include an X-ray opaque inorganic filler. The disclosure also relates to an electronic component including a substrate and at last one device coupled to the substrate with an obfuscation layer disposed over the substrate for obscuring the device from an X-ray source. The obfuscation layer may include an X-ray opaque coating. The disclosure additionally relates to- a method of obscuring at least a portion of an electronic component by depositing an obfuscation layer that may includes m X-ray opaque coating and a method of forming an X-ray opaque coating.06-27-2013
20090131554ELECTROMAGNETIC SHIELDING COMPOSITE COMPRISING NANOTUBES - There is provided an electromagnetic (EM) shielding composite and its method of manufacture having low observability and a low loading level, e.g., 1.5 weight percent, of nanotubes mixed in a base host polymer, wherein the EM shielding composite is an effective shield and absorber for broadband plane wave EM radiation. The loading levels of nanotubes are sufficiently low to leave the mechanical properties of the base polymers essentially unchanged, making this approach widely applicable to a broad range of applications.05-21-2009
523343000 Treating an intentional composition with a step of removing and recycling material into the composition 3
20100105809PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A SUPERABSORBENT POLYMER - The present invention relates to a process for the production of a superabsorbent polymer comprising preparing an aqueous mixture of monomers selected to provide after polymerization a superabsorbent polymer; feeding said monomer mixture to a reactor; subjecting the aqueous monomer mixture in the reactor to free-radical polymerization to obtain a superabsorbent polymer gel; removing the superabsorbent polymer gel from the reactor; and drying the superabsorbent polymer gel. Where at least one off-gas stream removed from any stage of the process is subjected to scrubbing with a basic aqueous solution prior to venting to obtain an aqueous scrubber solution that is at least partially recycled to any of the above steps of the process.04-29-2010
20100105808CONTINUOUS PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A SUPERABSORBENT POLYMER - The present invention relates to a continuous process for the production of a superabsorbent polymer comprising providing an acidic liquid aqueous monomer mixture containing dissolved oxygen; continuously feeding the aqueous monomer mixture to a reactor; introducing a source of carbonate or hydrogen carbonate into the aqueous monomer mixture prior to entry into the reactor thereby forming a gas phase comprising carbon dioxide and at least a part of the dissolved oxygen, the gas phase being dispersed in the liquid phase; subjecting the gas/liquid mixture to at least partial phase separation immediately prior to or after entry into the reactor and at least partially removing the separated gaseous phase; subjecting the liquid phase in the reactor to free-radical polymerization to obtain the superabsorbent polymer, and continuously removing the superabsorbent polymer from the reactor.04-29-2010
20110112218METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PROTECTIVE COLLOID-STABILIZED POLYMER PRODUCTS AND DEVICE FOR CARRYING OUT THE METHOD - The invention relates to a method for the production of protective colloid-stabilized polymer products by means of emulsion polymerization in a reactor having an external cooling circuit, which is equipped with a pump and a heat exchanger, characterized in that the reaction mixture present in the reactor is delivered to a cooled static mixer-heat exchanger having stationary fixtures and is subsequently returned to the reactor. The invention further relates to a device for the production of protective colloid-stabilized polymer products by means of emulsion polymerization, comprising a reactor and an external cooling circuit, characterized in that the external cooling circuit is equipped with a pump and a cooled static mixer-heat exchanger having stationary fixtures.05-12-2011
523353000 Utilizing plural discrete mixing operations in specifically described distinct noninterconnected zones 3
20100120945METHOD OF PRODUCING PIGMENT SUSPENSIONS - A method of producing a stable aqueous dispersion of a latex, solid particles and a dispersing agent, comprising contacting the latex with an anionic dispersing agent to form a modified latex, feeding the modified latex and the solid particles to a zone of high shear forces, and simultaneously subjecting essentially all of the modified latex and the solid particles fed to said zone to high shear forces to form a latex-particle slurry. By means of the invention, over 60 wt-% of the latex can be adsorbed on the solids. Latex immobilization increases the surface strength of final coating layer and allows for a decrease of latex consumption in paper and cardboard and paint applications.05-13-2010
20110054072WHITE HEAT-CURABLE SILICONE/EPOXY HYBRID RESIN COMPOSITION FOR OPTOELECTRONIC USE, MAKING METHOD, PREMOLDED PACKAGE, AND LED DEVICE - A white heat-curable silicone/epoxy hybrid resin composition is provided comprising (A) a heat-curable silicone resin, (B) a triazine derived epoxy resin composition, (C) a white pigment, (D) an inorganic filler, and (E) an antioxidant. Antioxidant (E) is a phosphite compound having formula: P(OR03-03-2011
20100197829METHODS FOR PRODUCING RUBBER MIXTURES - The invention relates to processes for the production of microgel-containing rubber mixtures, to rubber mixtures obtainable by the processes, to processes for the production of vulcanizates, and also to vulcanizates after the vulcanization process, in particular in the form of tires, parts of tires, or industrial rubber items.08-05-2010
523313000 Utilizing mixing in a manner designed to avoid or minimize turbulence or shear, e.g., laminar flow, etc. 3
20090054556Method and product of making a polymer-binder composite - A method of making a polymer-binder composite, and the composite thus created. The method employs a high shear device that mixes together polymer with binder, and optionally with additive. The mixing is accomplished in less than one hour, less than 30 minutes or less than 3 minutes, and done at high shear rates. The shear conditions are defined by scalar shear quantity greater than 10,000, 20,000 or 25,000, resident time of greater than 0.5, 1.0 or 5 seconds, and energy utilized per unit mass of greater than 0.5, 1.0 or 2.0 KW/KG. The composite thus produced can be made with a high percentage of polymers. It can be cooled and cut into pellets that are dry and stable at normal temperatures and which can be stored or transported without heating to secondary mixing locations. The composite pellets are quickly soluble in the additional binder.02-26-2009
20100331451STRUCTURALLY ENHANCED PLASTICS WITH FILLER REINFORCEMENTS - A composition comprising a fluid, and a material dispersed in the fluid, the material made up of particles having a sharp blade-like surface, the particles having an aspect ratio larger than 0.7 for promoting kinetic boundary layer mixing in a non-linear-viscosity zone. The composition may further include an additive dispersed in the fluid. The fluid may be a thermopolymer material. A method of extruding the fluid includes feeding the fluid into an extruder, feeding additives into the extruder, feeding a material into the extruder, passing the material through a mixing zone in the extruder to disperse the material within the fluid wherein the material migrates to a boundary layer of the fluid to promote kinetic mixing of the additives within the fluid, the kinetic mixing taking place in a non-linear viscosity zone.12-30-2010
20110112216PROCESS AND APPARATUS FOR CARRYING OUT MULTI-PHASE REACTIONS - The invention is directed to a process and apparatus for carrying out reactions with reaction mixtures comprising different physical phases. In a first aspect, the present invention is directed to a process for carrying out chemical reactions comprising a step wherein a reaction mixture comprising at least two different physical phases, wherein at least one of these phases being liquid, is subjected to the action of Dean vortices, which Dean vortices result from said liquid flowing through a channel having at least two curvatures, wherein the channel comprises for at least a fraction of its total length a smooth inner surface.05-12-2011
523340000 Removing material at reduced pressure, e.g., flashing, sublimation, spray drying, etc. 3
20110112217PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF AN ARTIFICIAL LATEX - Accordingly, the invention provides a process for the preparation of an artificial latex, comprising the steps: (a) emulsification of a cement comprising a rubber dissolved in a suitable organic solvent, together with an aqueous surfactant solution, thus forming an oil-in-water emulsion; (b) step-wise reduction of the solvent content of the oil-in-water emulsion in two or more stages resulting in an artificial latex. In addition, the invention provides a continuous stirred vessel for removing an organic solvent from an oil-in-water emulsion comprising rubber dissolved in an organic solvent.05-12-2011
20120059086PROCESS FOR MAKING FILLED RESINS - A method of making a filled resin includes the steps of: Providing a wiped film evaporator with an internal evaporator chamber maintained under vacuum and having an internal chamber wall maintained at an elevated temperature; introducing solvent-borne particles and organic matrix into the internal chamber; and compounding the solvent-borne particles and the organic matrix in the internal evaporator chamber by forming a thin film against the internal chamber wall, the thin film including organic matrix and particles, and the vacuum conditions and elevated temperature being sufficient to remove solvent from the particles and organic matrix to provide the filled resin. Less than about 10% of the particles in the resulting filled resin are agglomerated.03-08-2012
20110213051Use Of Mixtures In The Preparation Of Impact-Modified Thermoplastic Compositions - The present invention relates to the use, in a compounding process for the preparation of pigmented impact-modified thermoplastic polymer compositions, of a mixture comprising 09-01-2011
523160000 Printing ink composition for glass or ceramic substrate or process of preparing 3
20080269373Methods for formulating latexes suitable for thermal ink-jet applications - A method of formulating a latex ink composition for a specific application temperature can include the steps of determining an application temperature for the latex ink composition; choosing at least one polar monomer having a dielectric constant of at least about 3.1; synthesizing latex particulates using the at least one polar monomer; admixing the latex particulates with a colorant, in a liquid vehicle, to form the latex ink composition; where the latex particulates are film forming at or below the application temperature, and the T10-30-2008
20090030113UNIVERSAL PIGMENT PREPARATIONS - The invention relates to new universal pigment preparations having very good thermal stability and weathering stability as virtually foam-free aqueous, solventborne, and solvent-free pigment preparations and to their use in aqueous, solventborne or solvent-free coating materials, such as paints, adhesives, inks, including printing inks, and for coloring plastics.01-29-2009
20120309866SOLDER INK AND ELECTRONIC DEVICE PACKAGE USING SAME - The present invention relates to a solder ink and an electronic device package using the same. The solder ink includes: a solder powder including an alloy including tin (Sn); a binder including a first resin comprising rosin resin or rosin modified resin; an active agent; and a solvent.12-06-2012
523326000 Adding steam or hot water (T at least 60 degrees C, i.e., 140 degrees F) 3
20110124774SOLVENT TRANSFER PROCESS FOR ORGANIC POLYMERS - An organic polymer is transferred from one solvent to another. In a first step, a solution of the polymer in a first solvent is divided into droplets, dispersed into a liquid phase such as water bath, and the first solvent is re-moved from the droplets to produce a slurry in the liquid phase. Then, the second solvent is contacted with the slurry to dissolve the organic polymer and produce a second solution. The second solution is removed from the liquid phase. The process is especially suitable for transferring a butadiene polymer from a hydrocarbon solvent into a halogenated solvent for bromination.05-26-2011
20110152406Low odor compositions and low odor coating compositions - This invention provides stable aqueous compositions including stable coating compositions, and methods of their production. The stable aqueous compositions and stable aqueous coating compositions comprise one or more emulsion-polymerized addition polymer, one or more carboxylesterase enzyme, and one or more carboxylesterase deactivating agent, such that the ester hydrolysis activity in the composition is less than 0.010 micromole/minute, and wherein the aqueous composition has a headspace volatile organic compound (VOC) content, as measured by headspace gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) at 33° C., of less than 10 ppm of organic carboxylester with a normal boiling point of less than 150° C. and more than 50 ppm of mono-alcohol with a formula molecular weight of less than 76. The carboxylesterase enzyme is employed to minimize the free carboxylester content in the composition, thereby providing a low odor composition, and the carboxylesterase is deactivated in situ in order to minimize the residual carboxylesterase enzyme activity.06-23-2011
20110166257Low odor compositions and methods to attain low odor compositions - This invention provides stable aqueous compositions including stable coating compositions, and methods of their production. The stable aqueous compositions and stable aqueous coating compositions comprise i) an aqueous dispersion of one or more emulsion-polymerized addition polymer comprising polymerized units of one or more carboxylester monomer, wherein at least one carboxylester monomer is a vinyl ester monomer; ii) one or more carboxylesterase enzyme; iii) one or more mono-alcohol with a formula molecular weight of less than 76; iv) optionally, acetaldehyde; and v) optionally, one or more organic carboxylester with a normal boiling point of less than 150° C.; and wherein the aqueous composition has a headspace volatile organic compound07-07-2011
523123000 Plant receptacle composition or process of preparing 2
20090076190Vegetation basis and method of production thereof - The present invention relates to a vegetation basis, which can be molded at low pressure and temperature and further, keep the crumbled structure suitable for plant growth either by means of a viscosity of a sheath-core type fiber or by addition of a hot melt adhesive, as the powder-typed eco-friendly adhesive, and a fibrous material to the artificial soil, instead of using the liquid-type adhesive, and further can readily absorb and retain water even in case the basis is dried after molding, by additionally incorporating bentonite or water absorbant polymer, if necessary, and to a process for production thereof. In addition, the present invention provides an eco-friendly vegetation basis, which can be decomposed within a short period of time after rooting the plants, and a process for production thereof.03-19-2009
20090292042Biodegradable material and plant container - A biodegradable plant container made from a cellulosically derived polymer is coated with an enhancer to facilitate biodegradation of the container.11-26-2009
523352000 Utilizing multistage coagulation of a solid polymer latex 2
20110021664 Elastomer Composite and Method for Producing It - A method of producing an elastomer composite. The method includes A) combining a first fluid comprising elastomer latex with a second fluid comprising particulate filler; B) causing the elastomer latex to coagulate, thereby forming masterbatch crumb; C) bringing the masterbatch crumb to a water content of about 1 weight percent to about 20 weight percent, thereby forming a dewatered coagulum; D) removing water from the dewatered coagulum by subjecting the dewatered coagulum to mechanical energy, thereby causing the dewatered coagulum to heat as a result of friction, while allowing the dewatered coagulum to achieve a temperature of about 130° C. to about 190° C., wherein water content is reduced to about 0.5% to about 3% and wherein substantially all of the decrease in water content is accomplished by evaporation, thereby producing a masticated masterbatch; and E) subjecting the masticated masterbatch to at least an additional 0.3 MJ/kg of mechanical energy while further reducing the water content.01-27-2011
20120172492FORMATION OF LATEX COAGULUM COMPOSITE - A method of producing a coagulated latex composite. A coagulating mixture of a first elastomer latex and a particulate filler slurry is flowed along a conduit, and a second elastomer latex is introduced into the flow of the coagulating mixture.07-05-2012
523324000 Utilizing a treatment zone specifically described by shape (other than nominally helical) or at least a part of which zone is specifically described by dimension, material, proportion, or angle or orientation 2
20100324172GOLF BALL MATERIAL, GOLF BALL, AND METHOD FOR PREPARING GOLF BALL MATERIAL - The invention provides a golf ball material comprising components (A), (B) and (C): (A) a mixture of different masterbatches prepared by separately masterbatching two or more different metal ions (A1) or a masterbatch prepared by simultaneously masterbatching two or more different metal ions in itself (A2), (B) one or more polymer selected from the group consisting of diene polymers, thermoplastic polymers and thermoset polymers, and (C) one or more polymer having an acid content of from about 0.5 to about 30 wt % and selected from the group consisting of olefin-unsaturated carboxylic acid copolymers, olefin-unsaturated carboxylic acid-unsaturated carboxylic acid ester terpolymers, unsaturated carboxylic anhydride-containing polymers, unsaturated dicarboxylic acid-containing polymers and unsaturated dicarboxylic acid half ester-containing polymers. The invention also provides a method for preparing such a golf ball material, and a golf ball made of the material. The golf ball material has a good thermal stability, flow and processability, making it suitable for injection-molding. Moreover, this material is ideal for producing, without any loss of the rebound resilience of golf ball parts molded from the material, high-performance golf balls having excellent durability, scuff resistance and flexibility.12-23-2010
20120095129RESIN COMPOSITION - Disclosed is a resin composition comprising (A) a polyester resin or a polycarbonate resin, (B) a polyethylene resin, (C) an aromatic compound other than the polyester resin and the polycarbonate resin, the aromatic compound having a residual carbon rate of not less than 20% by mass, and (D) a flame retardant, wherein the polyethylene resin is dispersed as crystal particles in the resin composition, and the content of the polyethylene resin crystal particles having a major axis diameter of 0.1 to 10 μm and an aspect ratio of 1 to 10 is not less than 60% by number based on the total polyethylene resin crystal particle number. The resin composition has high mechanical strength and excellent non-flammability04-19-2012
523332000 Extracting material from solid polymer latex or aqueous dispersion or suspension with a liquid nonreactant material, e.g., solvent stripping, coprecipitation, etc. 2
20100063179SOLVENT EXTRACTION MICROENCAPSULATION WITH TUNABLE EXTRACTION RATES - The present disclosure relates to processes for preparing microparticles using a solvent extraction technique, including controlled addition and/or removal of the extraction phase.03-11-2010
20090105372AQUEOUS FLUOROPOLYMER DISPERSION AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A process for producing an aqueous fluoropolymer dispersion which includes adding a specific compound to a to-be-treated aqueous fluoropolymer dispersion containing a particle of fluoropolymer dispersed therein, the to-be-treated aqueous fluoropolymer dispersion containing a fluorinated surfactant (A) with a molecular weight lower than 1000 in an amount of 100 ppm or less of the fluoropolymer and the specific compound being (1) a sulfosuccinic acid alkyl ester or a salt thereof, or a sulfosuccinic acid fluoroalkyl ester or a salt thereof, (2) the fluorinated surfactant (A), (3) a fluorinated surfactant (B) with a molecular weight lower than 1000, differing from the fluorinated surfactant (A) and/or (4) an aliphatic carboxylic acid or a salt thereof, which compound is added in total amount of 10 to 5000 ppm of said fluoropolymer.04-23-2009
523300000 Utilizing direct application of magnetic, electrical, or wave energy 2
20100152325Process for preparing polymer nanocomposites and nanocomposites prepared therefrom - The present invention relates to nanocomposites and a process for preparing polymer nanocomposites (e.g., a continuous process). More particularly, the present invention relates to polymer nanocomposites containing a combination of one or more polymers (e.g., one or more polyolefins or one or more polyamides) with one or more types of nanoparticles, and to methods to produce such nanocomposites. In one embodiment, the present invention relates to polyamide nanocomposites wherein organoclay particles are intercalated with a polyamide polymer.06-17-2010
20120059084Method and System for Treating Elastomers and Articles Made Therefrom - A method and system for treating rubber-containing elastomers to produce materials suitable for blending with thermoplastic or thermoset polymers are disclosed. The elastomers may comprise virgin or recycled particulate rubber such as from used tires. The blended rubber and polymer materials possess thermoplastic properties and can be reused many times.03-08-2012
523103000 Composition having reduced health risks upon exposure thereto during incidental handling or body contact or process of preparing; other than fricton elements 1
20100022679USE OF TIMBER MATERIALS COMPRISING POLYAMINE FOR LOWERING FORMALDEHYDE CONTENT IN AMBIENT AIR - The present invention relates to the use of wood-base materials for the production of furniture parts, wall claddings, insulation materials and the like for reducing the formaldehyde content in the ambient air, the wood-base materials 01-28-2010
523129000 Composition containing nonresinous organic material derived from municipal solid waste disposal system or process of preparing 1
20090149571METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR CONVERTING WASTE INTO COMPLEX HYDROCARBONS - A method for receiving animal waste from animal confinements or other concentrated animal waste sources and for converting the waste into a complex hydrocarbon is described. The waste contains both liquids and solids. The method includes separating the liquids and solids into separate waste streams, controlling an amount of moisture in the solids waste stream such that the amount of moisture in the solid waste stream is compatible with a selected energy conversion process, and feeding the moisture controlled solid waste into the energy conversion process. The complex hydrocarbon may be suitable for use as a substitute or additive to petroleum-based asphalt binder.06-11-2009
523176000 Anaerobic adhesive or thread sealing composition or process of preparing 1
20110054070Self-Reparing Concrete Having Polyurethane Polymer Micro-Capsules and Method for Fabricating the Same - A self-repairing concrete includes polyurethane polymer micro-capsules, in which the polyurethane polymer micro-capsules are mixed for a fixed function of micro-cracks. The quality mixture ratio is: concrete/micro capsules/water=100:1-15:15-50. The manufacturing method is weighing a full amount of water in a container, adding polyurethane polymer micro-capsules, stirring, until fully dispersed microcapsules; pouring the water into the mixing container, adding the corresponding quality of cement; stirring; adding sand and gravel filling materials, conducting worksite watering, ⅓ volume for each time, vibrating, and air exhausting; until the slurry filling mold.03-03-2011
523315000 Utilizing streams or masses moving relative to each other at a described angle of coincidence other than mere pouring, e.g., counter-current mixing, etc. 1
20090318586METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING DISPERSION AND LIQUID MIXING DEVICE - In a method for manufacturing a dispersion which includes a dispersion medium and particles dispersed therein, the method includes bringing at least two types of liquids into contact with each other to form a reaction product comprising the particles, wherein the liquids are ejected from respective nozzles to be brought into contact with each other and then to flow in an integrated manner while forming a spiral flow.12-24-2009
523161000 Invisible, ballpoint, or typewriter ink compositions or process of preparing; or composition for correction ribbons or correction fluids or process of preparing 1
20090131555Dispersants and Compositions Thereof - The present invention provides a dispersant of Formula (1): E-O—(Y)05-21-2009
523136000 Composition sensitive to or resistant to radioactive material or cathode rays (e.g., electron bombardment, etc.) or process of preparing 1
20080306184Polymer/carbon nanotube composites, methods of use and methods of synthesis thereof - Polymer/carbon nanotube composites including single-wall or multi-wall carbon nanotubes incorporated into the matrix of a polymer are provided. These composites can be used in environments exposed to galactic cosmic radiation. Accordingly, the composites are useful in deep space applications like space vehicles, space stations, personal equipment as well as applications in the biomedical arts and atom splitting research. The composites can be modified with organic dyes containing at least one phenyl ring and the resulting doped composite is useful as a radiation detector. The preferred polymer is poly(4-methyl-1-pentene). At low nanotube concentrations (i.e., about 0.5 wt % or less), the composites exhibit transparent optical qualities. At higher nanotube concentrations (i.e., about 0.6 wt % or more), the composites are non-transparent.12-11-2008
523180000 Solid propellant binder composition or process of preparing 1
20100099798REVERSIBLE VISCOSITY REDUCING POLYMER - A reversible viscosity reducing polymer is provided that has a crosslinkage between subunits inclusive of a single Diels-Alder Such a reversible viscosity reducing polymer is particularly well suited as a matrix material for a heterogeneous propellant. A process for forming a reversible viscosity reducing polymer inclusive of a single Diels-Alder linkage includes reacting a native crosslinkable moiety with a crosslinker moiety having a Diels-Alder reactive moiety of a diene or dienophile to form a Diels-Alder reactive moiety capped polymer subunit. The Diels-Alder reactive moiety capped polymer subunit is then exposed to a Diels-Alder reactant inclusive of a complementary Diels-Alder reactive moiety where the reactant also includes at least one conventional crosslinkable moiety to form a crosslinkable moiety capped polymer subunit. Reaction of the crosslinkable moiety capped polymer subunit is then reacted with a conventional multifunctional crosslinking agent.04-22-2010
523170000 Glass enamel composition or process of preparing 1
20110009525ENAMEL - The invention relates to a translucent or transparent, coloured enamel that contains metal nanoparticles that lost their natural tendency to aggregate with each other, and having a colour essentially provided by the reflection of light. The nanoparticles have lost their natural capability to aggregate with each other due to the application of a coating, or because they have been functionalised electrostatically or using highly sterically hindered entities or using hydrophilic entities located at the surface thereof. The nanoparticles may be gold nanoparticles that impart an intense and deep red to said enamel.01-13-2011
523346000 Utilizing plural mixing operations of specified varying intensity, e.g., intensity of each mixing is reduced, etc. 1
20120004347PROCESS FOR MAKING REINFORCING ELASTOMER-CLAY NANOCOMPOSITES - A process for producing a natural rubber nanocomposite containing exfoliated organically modified montmorillonite and maleic anhydride grafted elastomer in a dispersion of natural rubber and reinforcing filler/inert filler wherein the cured nanocomposite has improved mechanical properties compared to conventional rubber compound containing a mixture of the reinforcing filler, carbon black and the inert filler, CaCO01-05-2012
523303000 Controlling process in response to a stated measurement or test 1
20090234045METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING POLYMER COMPOSITE - The disclosed is a method for manufacturing polymer composite in which a polymer as a dispersion medium and an additive to be added to the polymer is stirred for mixing in a cavity of a vessel to prepare a polymer composite in which the additive is dispersed in the polymer with a prescribed condition, wherein the stirring for mixing is performed under temperature conditions of not more than the softening temperature of the polymer until the additive is dispersed in the polymer with a prescribed condition, thereby the polymer is forced to lower the molecular weight thereof ephemerally by subjecting at least a part of chemical bonds in the polymer to cleavage, and thereafter the cleaved parts are rejoined.09-17-2009
523134000 Battery container or battery container cover composition or process of preparing 1
20110207846POLYCARBONATE RESIN COMPOSITION AND MOLDED ARTICLE - To provide a polycarbonate resin composition excellent in flame resistance, impact resistance and external appearance and a molded article formed from the polycarbonate resin composition. The composition comprises 0.001 to 2 parts by mass of a metal organic sulfonate (B), 0.001 to 1 parts by mass of a fluoropolymer (C), 0.5 to 5 parts by mass of polyalkylsilsesquioxane particles having an average particle diameter of 0.6 to 5 μm (D), and 0.5 to 8 parts by mass of a graft copolymer (E) having a butadiene content ratio of 50% to 90%, relative to 100 parts by mass of a polycarbonate resin (A).08-25-2011
523138000 Composition for contact with hot propulsion or exhaust gas or process of preparing 1
20090137700LOW COST, LOW-DENSITY, ABLATIVE RUBBER INSULATION FOR ROCKET MOTORS - An insulation material comprising a low-density EPDM polymer, at least one flame-retardant, and an organic filler. The insulation material is used in an insulation layer of a rocket motor. The organic filler is a polymeric, organic filler such as polyvinyl chloride. A rocket motor comprising an insulation material is also disclosed. The insulation material comprises a low-density EPDM polymer, at least one flame-retardant, and a polymeric, organic filler and is applied between an inner surface of a case of the rocket motor and a propellant. A method of insulating a rocket motor is also disclosed.05-28-2009

Patent applications in all subclasses PROCESSES OF PREPARING A DESIRED OR INTENTIONAL COMPOSITION OF AT LEAST ONE NONREACTANT MATERIAL AND AT LEAST ONE SOLID POLYMER OR SPECIFIED INTERMEDIATE CONDENSATION PRODUCT, OR PRODUCT THEREOF