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Polyurethane Polymer Having Bisphenol Group and Photoimageable Composition Containing the Same
US 08835522 B2, Sept. 16, 2014, Polyurethane has an oxygen other than as part of a urethane or carboxylic acid ester group, Hui-Kuan Mao et al. / Eternal Chemical Co., Ltd. TW
A polymer having the formula (I),…

Photosensitive Composition and Compound for Use in the Photosensitive Composition
US 08835521 B2, Sept. 16, 2014, Compositions to be polymerized or modified by wave energy wherein said composition contains at least one specified rate-affecting material; or processes of preparing or treating a solid polymer utilizing wave energy in the presence of at least one specified rate-affecting material; e.g., nitrogen containing photosensitizer, oxygen containing photoinitiator, etc. wave energy in order to prepare a cellular product, Keon Woo Lee / LG Chem, Ltd. (Seoul, KR)
A photosensitive composition comprising:…

Fluoropolymer Dispersion Treatment Employing Ultraviolet Light and Oxygen Source to Reduce Fluoropolymer Resin Discoloration
US 08785516 B2, July 22, 2014, Oxygen containing DNRM, Gregory Allen Chapman et al. / E I du Pont de Nemours and Company (Wilmington, US)
Process for reducing thermally induced discoloration of fluoropolymer resin, said…

Radiation and Melt Treated Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene Prosthetic Devices
US 08865788 B2, Oct. 21, 2014, Derived from ethylene, William H. Harris et al. / The General Hospital Corporation (Boston, US)
A process for preparing a medical implant having an improved balance of wear…

Epdxy Resin Composition Having Monocyclic Aliphatic Hydrocarbon Ring
US 08765835 B2, July 1, 2014, 1,2 epoxy, Yuki Endo et al. / Nissan Chemical Industries, Ltd. (Tokyo, JP)
A curable composition comprising:…

Green Curable Ink
US 08669298 B1, March 11, 2014, Heterocyclic ring containing DNRM, Jenny Eliyahu et al. / Xerox Corporation (Norwalk, US)
A green radiation-curable lightfast gel ink, comprising: at least one curable…

Actinic Ray Curable Composition, Actinic Ray Curable Ink-Jet Ink, Image Forming Method and Ink-Jet Recording Apparatus Utilizing Said Actinic Ray Curable Ink-Jet Ink
US 08642675 B2, Feb. 4, 2014, Processes of preparing a solid polymer from a heterocyclic chalogen monomer; or compsitions therefore, Nobumasa Sasa / Konica Minolta Medical & Graphic, Inc. (Tokyo, JP)
An image forming method comprising the steps of:…

Dental Adhesive and Method of Use
US 08609741 B2, Dec. 17, 2013, Oxygen containing DNRM, Xuejun Qian / Kerr Corporation (Orange, US)
A dental restorative method comprising the steps of:…

Apparatus and Method for Modifying Physical Properties of Nanostructure Using Focused Electron Beam, and Nano-Barcode and Serial-Junction Nanowire Fabricated Thereby
US 08541480 B2, Sept. 24, 2013, Compositions to Be Polymerized by Wave Energy Wherein Said Composition Contains a Rate-Affecting Material; Or Compositions to Be Modified by Wave Energy Wherein Said Composition Contains a Rate-Affecting Material; Or Processes of Preparing or Treating a Solid Polymer Utilizing Wave Energy, Min Ho Koo et al. / Korea University Research and Business Foundation (Seoul, KR)
An apparatus for modifying a physical property of a nanostructure using a focused…

Oxidation Resistant Homogenized Polymeric Material
US 08461225 B2, June 11, 2013, Heterocyclic ring containing DNRM, Ebru Oral et al. / The General Hospital Corporation (Boston, US)
A method of making an antioxidant-doped homogenized cross-linked polymeric…

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