US Pat. No. 9,115,441

PROCESS TO MANUFACTURE SURFACE FINE GRAIN COPPER FOIL WITH HIGH PEELING STRENGTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION FOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

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1. A process to manufacture fine grain surface copper foil for being favorable for environmental protection as well as high
peeling strength of the same used for printed circuit boards, consisting of the steps of:
(1) washing an adhering surface of a copper foil through an acidic washing, said acidic washing being a solution consisting
of copper sulfate pentahydrate having a concentration between about 245-265 g/l and sulfuric acid having a concentration between
about 90-100 g/l;

(2) electroplating the washed adhering surface of the copper foil to form a roughening treatment layer by subjecting said
washed adhering surface of the copper foil to an electroplating treatment using a plating solution consisting of copper sulfate
pentahydrate having a concentration exceeding 80 g/l and less than 90 g/l, sulfuric acid having a concentration of between
about 90-100 g/l and trace sodium phosphotungstate between about 15-55 ppm;

(3) washing the copper foil of step (2) with water, and electroplating the roughening treatment layer of the copper foil to
form a roughening copper layer by subjecting said copper foil to an electroplating treatment using a plating solution consisting
of copper sulfate pentahydrate having a concentration of 300 g/l and sulfuric acid having a concentration of 100 g/l;

(4) washing the copper foil of step (3) with water and electroplating the roughening copper layer of the copper foil to form
a composite metal layer by subjecting said roughening copper layer of the copper foil to an electroplating treatment through
using the same plating solution as used in step (2); and

(5) washing the copper foil of step (4) with water and electroplating the composite metal layer of the copper foil to form
a complete roughening layer by subjecting the composite metal layer of the copper foil to an electroplating treatment through
using the same plating solution as used in step (3).

US Pat. No. 9,061,451

QUICK-DRYING PRINT AND ENVIRONMENTAL-FRIENDLY BIAXIALLY ORIENTATED POLYPROPYLENE SYNTHETIC PAPER

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1. A process to produce a quick-drying print and environmental-friendly biaxially orientated polypropylene synthetic paper,
including:
1) a polypropylene resin composition comprising 90˜40% by weight of a high crystallinity, isotacticity above 97% polypropylene
resin, 10˜40% by weight of calcium carbonate composite particles, 0.1˜15% by weight of titanium dioxide composite particles,
0.1˜5% by weight of antistatic agent, 0.1˜2% by weight of UV absorbers and a resin composition comprising 50˜99% by weight
of polypropylene and 5˜0.1% by weight of anti-blocking agent are fed into one twin-screw primary extruder and two twin-screw
secondary extruders respectively at temperature set at 200˜280° C. and convergently flow through the same T-die and co-extrude
into a three-layer structure coated material sheet;

2) after this three-layer structure coated substrate film is cooled and shaped on a 15˜80° C. cooling roll, it is biaxially
orientated, i.e. preheated, longitudinally stretched 4 to 6 times at 100˜160° C., annealed, then preheated again, laterally
stretched 5 to 10 times at temperature set at 150˜190° C. and annealed;

3) then the biaxially orientated sheet is treated with a 20˜150 KW power high-frequency corona discharge to become a coated
substrate film having a thickness below 250 ?m, characterized in that:

4) the resulted coated sheet is treated via a 100˜400 mesh, 60 ?m˜10 ?m engraving depth gravure coating roll with a paper-like
surface processing agent composed of 8˜20% by weight of acrylic resin, or 20˜60% by weight of calcium carbonate, 0.1˜5% by
weight of clay, 0.1˜2% by weight of titanium dioxide, 30˜90% by weight of water, 0.1˜2% by weight of anti-static agent, then
passed through a 10˜25M, temperature 80˜120° C. oven equipment to procure the synthetic paper having a thickness below 250
?m.

US Pat. No. 9,085,935

MOLDED DOOR SKIN CAPABLY PROVIDED FOR A REPLACEABLE PANEL REMOVABLY INSTALLED THEREON

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1. An improved molded door skin of a synthetic door comprising:
a molded door sheet molded through Sheet Molding Compound (SMC) process having a flat perimeter of thickness ranging between
1 and 4 mm, a recessed portion containing no aperture and formed as a sink depressed from the surface of the flat perimeter,
and a receiving groove circled the recessed portion thereof; and
a replaceable panel removably installed in the recessed portion thereof;
wherein the improvement comprises the replaceable panel has a contour fitting the contour of the recessed portion of the molded
door sheet and has a surface designed with an embossed or undulatory profile of which height exceeds the flat perimeter of
the molded door sheet to make the molded door skin get stereoscopic decorative effects; and

one or more battens to provide additional decorative effects are installed to circle the replaceable panel through each batten
having a fixing portion inserted into the receiving groove of the molded door sheet.

US Pat. No. 9,243,132

HIGH-FREQUENCY COPPER FOIL COVERED SUBSTRATE AND COMPOUND MATERIAL USED THEREIN

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1. A compound material applicable to a high-frequency circuit board, the compound material having a property of undergoing
a hot-pressing process under 170-190° C. as well as having a high glass transition temperature after cured more than 200°
C. and consisting of 10-50 wt % of a reinforcement and 50-90 wt % of a resin mixture, wherein the reinforcement is selected
from the group consisting of non-woven fiberglass cloth, non-woven liquid-crystalline polymer fiber, synthetic fiber cloth,
carbon fiber cloth, PP cloth, PTFE cloth and non-woven cloth, and wherein the resin mixture consisting of:
(a) a high-molecular-weight polybutadiene resin, containing more than 70 wt % high-vinyl groups, having a weight-average molecular
weight (MW) greater than 100,000 g/mol, and taking in an amount greater than zero and equal to or less than 15 wt % of a total
solid content of the resin mixture;

(b) a low-molecular-weight polybutadiene resin, containing more than 70 wt % high-vinyl groups, having a weight-average molecular
weight (MW) ranging between 1,000 and 10,000 g/mol, and taking 10-40 wt % of the total solid content of the resin mixture;

(c) a modified thermosetting polyphenylene ether resin, having a weight-average molecular weight (MW) ranging between 1,000
and 5,000 g/mol, taking 5-35 wt % of the total solid content of the resin mixture, and being a thermosetting polyphenylene
ether resin whose two terminals are modified with hydroxyl, methacrylate, vinyl, styryl, amino or epoxy groups;

(d) an inorganic powder, taking 0.1-50 wt % of the total solid content of the resin mixture;
(e) a flame retardant, taking 10-35 wt % of the total solid content of the resin mixture;
(f) a cross-linking agent serves to enhance the cross-linking level of the thermosetting resin, taking 2-10 wt % of the total
solid content of the resin mixture; wherein the cross-linking agent is one or more selected from the group consisting of triallyl
cyanurate, triallylisocyanurate (TAIC), diallyl phthalate, divinylbenzene and 1,2,4-triallyltrimellitate;

(g) a binding promoter serves to enhance the binding strength between the resin and a copper foil covered thereon, taking
1-10 wt % of the total solid content of the resin mixture, wherein the binding promoter is a metal coagent, a mercapto-type-accelerator
or a combination thereof; and

(h) a curing initiator; taking 0.1-3 wt % of the total solid content of the resin mixture; wherein, a total content of (a)
through (c) takes 30-60 wt % of the total solid content of the resin mixture.

US Pat. No. 9,258,900

COPPER FOIL STRUCTURE HAVING BLACKENED ULTRA-THIN FOIL AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

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1. A method for manufacturing a copper foil structure having a blackened ultra-thin foil, comprising steps of:
providing a carrier foil having a shiny surface and a matte surface opposing the shiny surface;
forming a blackened layer on the shiny surface of the carrier foil, wherein the blackened layer is made of a quaternary alloy
having copper, cobalt, nickel and manganese;

forming a release layer on the blackened layer, wherein the release layer is made of a material selected from the group consisting
of molybdenum, nickel, chromium, potassium, and the combination thereof; and

forming an ultra-thin copper foil on the release layer.
US Pat. No. 9,156,944

PROCESS FOR PRODUCING POLYPHENYLENE ETHER HELPING TO IMPROVE SAFETY AND YIELD

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1. A process for producing polyphenylene ether helping to improve safety and yield, comprising the steps of
a) preparing an oxidation-polymerization reactor containing therein a rotary-sealed mixer having gas-introducing, gas-exhausting
and stirring functions as well as sealed with magnetic rotary feedthroughs to prevent from generation of static electricity;

b) forming a PPE reactant in the oxidation-polymerization reactor by mixing 2,6-dimethylphenol (2,6-DMP), bisphenol-modified
2,6-DMP or alkenyl phenol-modified 2,6-DMP with an organic solvent selected from the group consisting of toluene, methanol,
ethanol, propyl alcohol and butanol solvent; wherein the used organic solvent is set at a gaseous concentration below the
minimums of explosion thereof;

c) adding a copper-amine complex-based catalyst into the PPE reactant by weight ratio of 2,6-DMP to copper ions of the catalyst
ranging from 500 to 5,000, wherein the copper-amine complex-based catalyst is formed from a C1-C6 alcohol, a surfactant and a copper-amine complex by weight ratio of C1-C6 alcohol to copper ions ranging from 5 to 1,000 and surfactant to copper ions ranging from 1 to 200 respectively; and the C1-C6 alcohol is derived from methanol, ethanol, propyl alcohol, butanol, amyl alcohol, hexyl alcohol, or a combination thereof;

d) introducing pure oxygen gas or air at a gaseous concentration below the limiting oxygen concentration (LOC) of the used
organic solvent of step b), or optionally introducing additional nitrogen gas as an inert gas;

e) activating the rotary-sealed mixer of step a) to distribute oxygen gas evenly over the PPE reactant;
f) making the PPE reactant get an oxidation polymerization to obtain PPE crude products under pressure ranging from 2 to 60
kg/cm2 and temperature ranging from ?10° C. to 80° C. for from 0.5 to 16 hours; and

g) processing the PPE crude product via extracting out copper ions and removing the solvent to obtain PPE products.
US Pat. No. 9,150,718

WEATHER-RESISTANT CROSSLINKED POLYOLEFIN COMPOSITION, POLYOLEFIN SHEET MADE FROM THE SAME AND METHOD FOR MAKING THE SHEET

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1. A weather-resistant crosslinked polyolefin composition, optionally processed by a calender machine to produce a weather-resistant
crosslinked polyolefin sheet, comprising:
100 PHR (parts per hundred resin) of a polyolefin composition resin comprising:
20-50 PHR of polyethylene (PE),
30-60 PHR of polypropylene (PP), and
0.1-30 PHR of an ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymer having a vinyl acetate (VA) content of 8-33%;
0.1-35 PHR of a mixture comprising, based on a total comprehensive mixture weight thereof, 0.1-3 wt % of a main crosslinking
agent, 0.1-1.5 wt % of an antistatic agent, 0.1-1.5 wt % of TiO2 nanoparticles and 94-99.7 wt % of TiO2 microparticles;

0.01-2 PHR of an auxiliary crosslinking agent;
0.1-15 PHR of a lubricant;
0.1-5 PHR of an antioxidant;
0.1-3 PHR of a UV absorber;
0.1-30 PHR of a filler; and
0-35 PHR of a colorant.

US Pat. No. 9,078,353

COPPER FOIL STRUCTURE HAVING BLACKENED ULTRA-THIN FOIL AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

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1. A copper foil structure having a blackened ultra-thin foil with a chroma value Y of less than or equal to 25 and a selectable
appearance from one of the following: single-sided, double-sided, triple-sided and quadruple-sided blackening, the copper
foil structure comprising:
a carrier foil having a shiny surface and a matte surface opposing the shiny surface;
a blackened layer formed on the shiny surface of the carrier foil and made of a material selected from the group consisting
of copper, cobalt, nickel, manganese, and the combination thereof;

a release layer formed on the blackened layer and made of a material selected from the group consisting of molybdenum, nickel,
chromium, potassium, and the combination thereof; and

an ultra-thin copper foil forming on the release layer.

US Pat. No. 10,087,668

SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR A WHEEL ASSEMBLY TO BE USED WITH A CLOSURE MEMBER

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1. A support system for use with a door that closes off an opening, the support system comprising:a first support assembly comprising a main body;
a roller assembly connected to the main body;
a track defining two pathways that guide movement of respective rollers situated therein;
the main body comprises a seat for establishing connection with a first position of said door and a connector formed with the seat for connecting with the roller assembly;
wherein the connector is displaced from the seat in at least one perspective such that the roller assembly connected thereto is staggered relative to the seat in that perspective, and
wherein the connector is pivotally connected to a shaft to which the roller is rotatably affixed, such that the seat is pivotable relative to the roller about a pivotal axis that is displaced from the seat in the at least one perspective.

US Pat. No. 9,920,569

CLOSURE MEMBER AND THE METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME

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1. A closure member, comprising:
a board having a major axis and two panels sandwiching an open ended hollow interior that is partitioned by a plurality of
ribs positioned at intervals, the hollow interior is delimited in a first direction by a pair of opposite end walls and is
accessible in a second direction which is substantially transverse to the first direction, the hollow interior is closeable
in the second direction by a cover;

the hollow interior includes a center region and two side regions, the plurality of ribs include a plurality of first ribs
each having a length that extends parallel to the major axis in the hollow interior and at least one second rib that comprises
a length that extends parallel to the major axis and a width that extends transverse to the major axis and the plurality of
first ribs in the hollow interior but does not reach the end walls;

a portion of the plurality of first ribs and the at least one second rib intersect within the hollow interior to form a plurality
of intersections for enhancing structural strength of the closure member relative to a closure member that does not include
such intersections, the plurality of first ribs being closer to one another in a region adjacent at least one of the end walls
of the board than in a region at or adjacent the center region of the board, at least part of the hollow interior is occupied
by reinforcement material;

wherein the panels, the first and second ribs and the opposite end walls are formed integrally as one piece by extrusion,
and

wherein the plurality of first ribs extend between and transverse to the two panels.

US Pat. No. 9,975,214

COMPOSITE POLISHING PAD HAVING LAYERS WITH DIFFERENT HARDNESS AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME

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1. A process for producing a composite polishing pad for use in surface planarization processing, comprising the steps of:1) preparing a thermosetting resin solution containing a solid content being 8-30 wt %; which composition consisting of the following ingredients a)-h), based on total weight of the thermosetting resin solution and add up to 100 wt %:
a) resins at 12.5-22.0 wt %, including a PU resin at 70-95 wt % and a PVC resin at 30-5 wt %, based on the total weight of the resins;
b) a N,N-dimethylformamide (DMF) solvent or a N,N-dimethylacetamide (DMA) solvent, at 60-85 wt %;
c) surfactants at 2-12 wt %;
d) an anti-foaming agent at 0.1-1 wt %;
e) a water repellant at 0.1-3 wt %;
f) a plasticizer at 0.1-3 wt %; selected from a diisononyl phthalate (DINP) or a tri(2-ethylhexyl) trimellitate (TOTM);
g) inorganic powder at 0.1-3 wt %; which is one or more powders selected from the group consisting of spherical or irregular SiO2, TiO2, Al(OH)3, Mg(OH)2, CaCO3 and fumed silica; and
h) a stabilizer at 0.1-2 wt %, being a phenol-free calcium-zinc stabilizer;
2) choosing a fibrous fabric, and impregnating the fibrous fabric with the thermosetting resin solution of step 1) as an impregnated fibrous fabric prepared for flocculation;
3) allowing the impregnated fibrous fabric of step 2) is flocculated in water or DMF solution to form as a porous resin substrate after the resins filled into the impregnated fibrous fabric is flocculated, and subsequently washing and drying are completed;
4) heating the porous resin substrate of step 3) on one or both sides with an infrared (IR) heating tube or an electric heating plate for heat treatment under heating temperature of 180-230° C. for 8-180 seconds, to obtain a modified porous resin substrate; and
5) removing a skin on an upper surface and/or a lower surface of the modified porous resin substrate by cutting and grinding, to obtain a 0.45-4.0 mm thick composite polishing pad whose entire cross sectional structure is a two-layered or three layered structure derived from each layer provided for different pores size and different hardness.

US Pat. No. 9,512,257

HALOGEN-FREE, NONFLAMMABLE AND HIGH GLASS TRANSITION TEMPERATURE PHENOLIC RESIN-BASED CURING AGENT AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME

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1. A phenolic-type phosphorous curing agent, having a molecular weight ranging between 550 and 12000, having a phosphorus
content ranged between 3.74% and 9.06%, being halogen-free and nonflammable, and having a chemical structure described as
chemical structure formulas (I), (II), (III), (IV) or (V):

X?H; n is a positive integer greater than zero, and has a value determined by the molecular weight;

where, X?H; n is a positive integer greater than zero, and has a value determined by the molecular weight;

where, X?H; n is a positive integer greater than zero, and has a value determined by the molecular weight;

where, X?H; n is a positive integer greater than zero, and has a value determined by the molecular weight;
and G in the above chemical structures (I)-(V) is G1 or G2:


US Pat. No. 9,776,955

METHOD FOR PREPARING N,N?-BIS(2-CYANOETHYL)-1,2-ETHYLENEDIAMINE

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1. A method for preparing N,N?-bis(2-cyanoethyl)-1,2-ethylenediamine, comprising
a) taking ethylenediamine and acrylonitrile at a molar ratio therebetween of 1:1.9-2.1 as reactants;
b) performing a synthesis reaction in the presence of a glycol ether at a reaction temperature of 25-70° C. until conversion
of ethylenediamine reaches 100%; and

c) after the reaction is completed, N,N?-bis(2-cyanoethyl)-1,2-ethylenediamine is produced at a yield of 98.15-98.98%;
wherein the glycol ether is added in an amount of 10-51.04 wt % based on a total weight of the reactants, and
wherein the glycol ether is one selected from the group consisting of ethylene glycol monomethyl ether (EM), di-ethylene glycol
monomethyl ether (DEM), triethylene glycol monomethyl ether (TEM), ethylene glycol monoethyl ether (EE), di-ethylene glycol
monoethyl ether (DE), poly-ethylene glycol monoethyl ether (PEE), ethylene glycol monobutyl ether (EB), di-ethylene glycol
monobutyl ether (DEB), triethylene glycol monobutyl ether (TEB), poly-ethylene glycol monobutyl ether (PEB), ethylene glycol
propyl ether(EP), di-ethylene glycol propyl ether(DEP), propylene glycol monomethyl ether (PM), di-propylene glycol monomethyl
ether (DPM), propylene glycol monoethyl ether (PE), di-propylene glycol monoethyl ether (DPE), propylene glycol monobutyl
ether (PNB), di-propylene glycol monobutyl ether (DPNB), propylene glycol propyl ether (PP) and di-propylene glycol propyl
ether (DPP).

US Pat. No. 9,593,526

DOOR STRUCTURE WITH GLASS

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1. A door structure, comprising:
two identical panels, constituting a front panel and a rear panel of a door respectively, and each panel configured with a
hollow portion, a first protrusion inwardly extended from a perimeter of the hollow portion, and a plurality of positioning
protrusions formed around the hollow portion and spaced out a distance apart from the first protrusion;

two identical vertical stiles, constituting a left stile and a right stile—of the door respectively;
two identical horizontal rails, constituting a top rail and a bottom rail of the door respectively,
an inner hollowed-frame assembly, comprising at least three inner frame modules and at least three connector pieces, wherein
each inner frame module is an elongated body having an elongated locating wall coupled with the first protrusion of the front
panel or the rear panel and each inner frame module further has an outer contour fixed in between the positioning protrusions
of the front panel and the rear panel;

two reinforcing materials, assembled among the vertical stiles, horizontal rails and the inner hollowed-frame assembly respectively;
a glass mounted assembly, assembled to the inner hollowed-frame assembly;
at least one piece of glass, mounted to the glass mounted assembly; and
at least three glass stops, each coupled with the glass mounted assembly to seal and fix the glass having been mounted at
the glass mounted assembly.

US Pat. No. 9,920,218

PROCESS FOR PREPARING POLYPHENYLENE ETHER MICROSPORE DISPERSION

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1. A process for preparing a polyphenylene ether microspore dispersion comprising the following steps:
(a) selecting a high-molecular polyphenylene ether (HM-PPE) that has a number-average molecular weight (Mn) ranging between
12,000 g/mole and 30,000 g/mole, and a low-molecular polyphenylene ether (LR-PPE) that has a number-average molecular weight
(Mn) ranging between 800 g/mole and 6,000 g/mole, respectively;

(b) selecting a first solvent that dissolves the HM-PPE at 45-110° C., and selecting a second solvent that does not dissolve
the HM-PPE;

wherein the first solvent is one or more selected from the group consisting of benzene, methylbenzene, dimethylbenzene, trimethylbenzene
and any combinations thereof; and

wherein the second solvent is one or more selected from the group consisting of dimethyl ketone, methyl ethyl ketone, methyl
isobutyl ketone, ethanol, propanol, butanol, pentanol, hexanol, dimethylformamide, methylacetamide, diethylamide and any combinations
thereof;

(c) dissolving the HM-PPE of Step (a) in the first solvent at a temperature ranging between 45° C. and 110° C. to form a PPE-based
dissolution liquid;

(d) adding the LR-PPE of Step (a) and processing aids being chosen as additives together into the PPE-based dissolution liquid
of Step (c), and then performing adequate agitation until the LR-PPE and the processing aids are evenly dispersed throughout
the dissolution liquid;

wherein, the processing aids are one or more selected from the group consisting of a polybutadiene resin, a flame retardant,
a filler, a crosslinking agent, an initiator and any combinations thereof;

(e) cooling the PPE-based dissolution liquid of Step (d) to a temperature ranging between 42° C. and 80° C., and adding the
second solvent of Step (b) into the cooled PPE-based dissolution liquid of Step (d) under a weight ratio of the first solvent
to the second solvent ranging between 0.10 and 2.0, to cause the PPE to wrap around the processing aids to form as PPE microspores
occurred constantly in the PPE-based dissolution liquid; and

(f) cooling the PPE-based dissolution liquid of Step (e) to a temperature ranging between 0° C. and 40° C., so as to obtain
the PPE microspore dispersion that is suitable for impregnation processes performed below 40° C.

US Pat. No. 9,932,452

RELEASE FILM AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME

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1. A release film constituted by a thin film substrate and a releasing-agent coating having a thickness of 0.04 to 0.8 ?m and coated on one side or both sides of the thin film substrate, wherein the releasing-agent coating is formed from a coating liquid composition consisting of the following ingredients a)-e), whose respective percentages by weight are based on the total weight of the releasing-agent coating and add up to 100 wt %:a) a silicone resin, at 0.5-7.0 wt %;
b) a platinum catalyst, at 0.06-0.3 wt %;
c) a mixed solvent containing methyl ethyl ketone (MEK), toluene and xylene, at 90.9-99.4 wt %; wherein the mixing ratio between MEK, toluene, and xylene is 50 (MEK):40 (toluene):10 (xylene);
d) modified organic particles, at 0.02-0.8 wt %; which are obtained from polystyrene (PS) particles or/and polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) particles having been modified by grafting a bicycle[2,2,1]heptane-containing propylene; and
e) an antistatic agent, at 0.02-1.0 wt %; which is one selected from an electrically conductive carbon material, an ionic-liquid antistatic agent or an electrically conductive polymeric antistatic agent.
US Pat. No. 9,951,206

HALOGEN-FREE PLASTIC FLOOR TILE AND MODIFIED POLYESTER COMPOSITION FOR USE IN PRODUCING THE SAME

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1. A modified polyester resin composition for use in producing a halogen-free and heavy metal-free polyester-based plastic floor tile excellent in high resistance to wear and tear, better tensile strength and preferable resistance to both lit cigarette and solvents, consisting of the following compositions:(a) resin of 100 PHR, including a PET polyester, a PCT polyester, a CHDM modified copolyester selected one or more from the group consisting of PCTA, PCTG and PETG, and a modified polymer selected one or more from the group consisting of polybutadiene, TPU, styrene-butadiene copolymer, ethylene-propylene elastomer, polyolefin, polyether-ester type elastomer, EPDM, MBS, SBS and SEBS;
wherein the modified polymer accounts for 3-25 wt % and the rest accounts for 97-75 wt %, based on the total weight of the resin;
(b) processing aid of 0.3-6.0 PHR; selected one or more from the group consisting of an aromatic carboxylate, a propionate and a phosphate;
(c) lubricant of 0.1-5.0 PHR; selected one or more from the group consisting of C28-C32 fatty acid fatty acid, C28-C32 fatty acid fatty acid esters, C28-C32 fatty acid fatty alcohol and paraffin oil;
(d) plasticizer of 0.1-50 PHR; selected one or more from the group consisting of phosphate ester-based plasticizer, tribenzoate-based plasticizer, dibenzoate ester-based plasticizer, polyester-based plasticizer and aliphatic acetate ester-based plasticizer;
(e) filler of 0-600 PHR; having a particle diameter of 0.01-100 nm and selected one or more from talcum powder, calcium carbonate, magnesium hydroxide, aluminum hydroxide, mica powder, limestone and silica flour;
(f) modifier grain of 0.02-33 PHR; produced from a silane coupling agent or a titanate coupling agent cooperated with an initiator and/or a flame retardant;
wherein the initiator is a peroxide initiator, an azo-compound initiator or a redox-system initiator, either used solely or in combination, and the flame retardant is a phosphorus-containing a flame retardant, a nitrogen-containing flame retardant, a metallic hydroxide flame retardant or a halogen-free flame retardant, either used solely or in combination; and
(g) dye of 0-10 PHR.

US Pat. No. 9,815,662

CYLINDRICAL PAPER BOBBIN FOR WINDING YARNS

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1. A paper bobbin for winding yarn, comprising a hollow cylindrical body of which outer periphery has two identical annular
protruding portions spaced apart at a distance and two identical annular grooves spaced apart at a distance;
wherein one of the two identical annular protruding portions is adjacent to one end of the hollow cylindrical body, and the
other is adjacent to the other end of the hollow cylindrical body, respectively; and one of the two identical annular grooves
is adjacent to one of the two annular protruding portions, the other is adjacent to the other annular protruding portion;
and

wherein each annular protruding portion is protruded from the outer periphery of the hollow cylindrical body to a height (H)
ranging from 0.5 to 2.0 mm and each said annular groove has a width (W) ranging from 4 to 15 mm.

US Pat. No. 9,683,403

CLOSURE ASSEMBLY WITH A WINDOW AND A METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME

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1. A closure assembly with a window comprising:
front and rear panels defining a space between the front and rear panels, the front and rear panels each having a same construction;
an aperture in each of the front and rear panels, wherein the apertures are aligned to form an aperture in the closure assembly
for the window;

a frame at least partly positioned between the front and rear panels and extending along the aperture in the closure assembly,
delineating a portion of the space and defining a cavity between the front and rear panels, the frame including an inner frame
sandwiched between the front and rear panels and a holder extending from the inner frame into the aperture in the closure
assembly and running substantially parallel to the front and rear panels for holding a piece of glass for the window; and

filling material located in the cavity and bonding the front and rear panels together in a one-piece structure;
wherein the holder includes a first holding member provided with the inner frame and extending from the inner frame into the
aperture in the closure assembly, and a second holding member configured to cooperate with a releasable first retaining member
of the first holding member for holding the piece of glass for the window, the second holding member being removable from
and recouplable to the first holding member for replacing the piece of glass, and

the second holding member is snap fitted onto at least two surfaces of the first holding member such that the second holding
member is releasably retained on the first holding member by the releasable first retaining member for fixing a relative position
between the first and second holding members, movement of the snap fitted second holding member on the first holding member
being lateral relative to surfaces of the front and rear panels defining the space between the front and rear panels.

US Pat. No. 9,663,617

FLUORINE-CONTAINING MODIFIED BISMALEIMIDE RESIN

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1. A fluorine-containing modified bismaleimide resin of structural formula (I), having a dielectric constant Dk (3 GHz) less
than 3.0 and a dissipation factors (3 GHz) less than 0.02:

where n is a positive integer greater than or equal to 1 and less than 10;
R1 is selected from one or more from the group consisting of a diphenyl methane group, a diphenyl ether group, a diphenyl
ether propane group, a phenyl group, and a 3,3?-dimethyl-5,5?-diether-A diphenyl methane group; and

R2 is selected from one or more from the group consisting of a diphenyl hexafluoropropane group, a bis(trifluoromethyl) biphenyl
group, a 4,4?-(phenoxy)phenyl-hexafluoropropane group and an octafluorobiphenyl group.

US Pat. No. 10,100,142

POLYPHENYLENE ETHER MODIFIED PHENOL-BENZALDEHYDE MULTIFUNCTIONAL EPOXY RESIN AND USE

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4. An epoxy resin varnish composition applicable to glass fiber laminated plate, comprising:(A) the polyphenylene ether modified phenol-benzaldehyde multifunctional epoxy resin of claim 1;
(B) an optional 2,6-dimethylphenol difunctional epoxy;
(C) an optional hardening agent selected from a phenolic resin hardening agent or a bisphenol A type phenolic resin hardening agent;
(D) a flame retardant selected from a phosphorus-containing flame retardant, a nitrogen-containing flame retardant, and a bromine-containing flame retardant;
(E) an optional filler;
(F) a hardening promoter; and
(G) a solvent;wherein (A) is present in an amount of 40-80 wt % of the combined amount of (A), (B), (C) and (D);wherein (B) is present in an amount of 0-20 wt % of the combined amount of (A), (B), (C) and (D);wherein (C) is present in an amount of 0-30 wt % of the combined amount of (A), (B), (C), and (D);wherein (D) is present in an amount of 10-40 wt % of the combined amount of (A), (B), (C), and (D);wherein (E) is present in an amount of 0-45 wt % of the varnish composition;wherein (F) is present in an amount of 0.01-0.2 phr, based on epoxy resins present of the varnish composition; andwherein (G) is present in an amount to render a varnish composition solids content of 55-70%.
US Pat. No. 9,752,064

TRANSPARENT UV-CURABLE ADHESIVE

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1. A transparent ultraviolet curable adhesive for use in adhering to an indium tin oxide (ITO) material in a touch panel,
being a solventless composition, when cured having a refractive index of 1.49-1.56 as well as having a visible light transmittance
of 93-99 VLT (%), and being composed of the following components of (A)-(E), based on a total weight of the composition:
(A) 35-65 wt % of a polyurethane (meth)acrylate resin having a weight-average molecular weight (Mw) of 10,000-50,000;
(B) 30-60 wt % of a (meth)acrylate monomer;
(C) 0.1-5 wt % of an acrylate group-containing bisphenol fluorene derivative which is one or more selected from the group
consisting of 9,9-bis[4-(3-acryloxy-2-hydroxypropyloxy)phenyl]fluorene, 9,9-bis[4-(2-acryloxyethoxy)phenyl]fluorine and 9,9-bis[4-(allyloxy)-3-methylphenyl];

(D) 0.3-8 wt % of a photopolymerization initiator; and
(E) 0.002-0.01 wt % of a vinyl silane coupling agent selected from vinyl trimethoxy silane or/and vinyl triethoxy silane;
wherein the (meth)acrylate monomer is one or more selected from the group consisting of methyl (meth)acrylate, ethyl (meth)acrylate,
propyl (meth)acrylate, isopropyl (meth)acrylate, butyl (meth)acrylate, isobutyl (meth)acrylate, cyclohexyl (meth)acrylate,
octyl (meth)acrylate, isooctyl (meth)acrylate, 2-ethylhexyl (meth)acrylate, isodecyl (meth)acrylate, lauryl (meth)acrylate,
isobornyl (meth)acrylate, (meth)acrylamide, (meth)acryloyl morpholine, dimethyl (meth)acrylamide, diethyl (meth)acrylamide
and dimethylaminopropyl acrylamide.

US Pat. No. 9,688,838

DIISONONYL TEREPHTHALATE PLASTICIZER AND ITS USE AS WELL AS PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME

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1. A process for producing a diisononyl terephthalate plasticizer, involving using a pure terephthalic acid or a derivative
thereof and an isononanol mixture with a molar ratio of the terephthalic acid or the derivative to the isononanol mixture
ranged between 1:2.2 and 1:3.8 as starting materials for an esterification reaction, and esterifying said terephthalic acid
or its derivative and said isononanol mixture in the presence of an esterification catalyst selected from a metal-containing
catalyst or an inorganic acid catalyst, to synthesize an esterified product of diisononyl terephthalate used as a plasticizer
having a glass transition temperature (Tg) below ?75° C.;
characterized in that said isononanol mixture is composed of the following components (a)-(g) to 100 mol %:
(a) isooctanol: 0.1-0.25 mol %;
(b) methylpropylpentanol: 0.03-0.3 mol %;
(c) 2-methyl octanol: 30-35 mol %;
(d) dimethyl heptanol: 10-15 mol %;
(e) 5-methyl octanol: 50-55 mol %;
(f) n-nonanol: 1-5 mol %; and
(g) isodecanol: 1.0-2.5 mol %.
US Pat. No. 10,023,707

THERMOSETTING RESIN COMPOSITION AND PREPREG AS WELL AS HARDENED PRODUCT USING THE SAME

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1. A thermosetting resin composition, by weight of a total solid content of the resin composition, comprising:a) a butadiene resin, making up 4-15 wt %; containing a high-molecular-weight polybutadiene resin of 2-13 wt % having a weight-average molecular weight (Mw) higher than 100,000 g/mol and a low-molecular-weight polybutadiene resin of 2-15 wt % having a weight-average molecular weight (Mw) ranged from 1,000 to 10,000 g/mol;
b) a modified thermosetting polyphenylene ether (PPE) resin, having a number-average molecular weight (Mn) greater than 2,000 and less than or equal to 25,000, making up 30-45 wt %;
c) an inorganic powder, making up 10-35 wt %;
d) a flame retardant, making up 10-20 wt %;
e) a crosslinking agent, making up 2-20 wt %; and
f) a hardening initiator, making up 0.1-3 wt %;
wherein the modified thermosetting PPE resin provides a chemical structure which contains one or more benzene rings, one or more terminal unsaturated active functional groups at terminal ends of its own main chain of the chemical structure, and one or more lateral unsaturated active functional groups at side chains of the benzene rings thereof.
US Pat. No. 9,776,956

METHOD FOR PREPARING N,N?-BIS(2-CYANOETHYL)-1,2-ETHYLENEDIAMINE BY USING CATION EXCHANGE RESIN AS CATALYST

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1. A method for preparing N,N?-bis(2-cyanoethyl)-1,2-ethylenediamine, comprising steps of: taking ethylenediamine and acrylonitrile
at a molar ratio therebetween of 1:1.9-2.1 as reactants to perform synthesis reaction in the presence of strongly acidic cation
exchange resin for 5-30 minutes at a temperature of 20-70° C. thereby obtaining N,N?-bis(2-cyanoethyl)-1,2-ethylenediamine
with a yield of 97.7% or more; wherein the strongly acidic cation exchange resin is sulfonic-acid-based or carboxylic-acid-based
cation exchange resin and is used in an amount of 50-100 wt % based on a weight of the ethylenediamine reactant.

US Pat. No. 10,113,355

SOUNDPROOF DOOR FOR USE IN REDUCTION OF SOUND TRANSMITTED FROM ONE SIDE OF THE DOOR TO THE OTHER SIDE

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9. A soundproof door assembly for use in reduction of sound transmitted from one side of the door to the other side, having an STC number greater than of STC 30 determined in accordance with ASTM E413-10 and E90-09, comprising a soundproof door having a thickness of 30-70 mm, which comprisingtwo door skins, one formed as a front door skin and the other formed as a rear door skin for the soundproof door respectively;
a quadrilateral frame, constituted by a top rail member, a bottom rail member, a left stile member and a right stile member to seal the perimeter of the door skins; one or more reinforced members in parallel set up alongside one or more inner sides of the quadrilateral frame; and
a multiple-layered core to form a concrete inner portion of the door, which comprising; two spaced hard-soundproofing cores, to block sound with high frequency over 500 Hz, each formed as a single-layered soundproofing core having a thickness of 3-12 mm and made of calcium silicate board, silicon magnesium board, glass fiber composite board or ceramic composite board; and
a soft-soundproofing core, to block sound with high frequency beneath 500 Hz, interleaved in between the spaced hard-soundproofing cores to constitute with a sandwich structure, and the soft-soundproofing core is made of rock wool fiber board, glass fiber board, closed cell polyurethane foaming board, opened cell polyurethane foaming board, expandable polystyrene foaming board or expandable polyethylene foaming board;
a reinforced member positioned adjacent and extending parallel to a side of the soft-soundproofing core, and disposed and extending between the hard-soundproofing cores;
a doorframe, being a stationary quadrilateral door frame positioned proximately the soundproof door to support the soundproof door; and
one or more door hinges used to control the soundproof door capably to swing relative to the doorframe; and
a loop of soft packing strip, mounted on the quadrilateral door frame of the doorframe to tightly contact onto the door skin of the soundproof door if closed;
wherein the quadrilateral door frame of the doorframe is made from hard polyvinyl chloride (PVC) board, foamed PVC board, PVC composite extrusion board.

US Pat. No. 10,214,953

CLOSURE MEMBER WITH DECORATIVE PANEL

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1. A door panel comprising:a body having opposite sides;
first and second skins on the respective opposite sides of the body, the skins together defining outer dimensions of the door panel, each of the first and second skins having an opening through the skin, and the openings are aligned with each other;
a first lip portion provided on the first skin and adjacent a first of the openings, the first lip portion configured for holding a glass panel in the opening;
the first lip portion includes a void for receiving an adhesive applicable to fix a glass panel in the opening;
a second lip portion provided on the second skin, the second lip portion being configured to cooperate with the first lip portion for holding the glass panel in the openings between the first and second lip portions;
first and second coupling elements provided on the first and second skins respectively and extending between the skins for inter-engagement of the coupling elements to thereby fix relative positions of the first and second skins;
the first and second skins defining a space between the skins configured for receiving a filling material selected to form the body;
upon inter-engagement, the first and second coupling elements form a partition in and extending across the space between the skins to delineate a portion of the space separated from the openings for receiving the filling material to form the body; the partition is part of and formed through inter-engagement of the coupling elements;
wherein the first lip portion and the first skin constitute a first integral one-piece structure that partially overlaps with the opening in the first skin;
the second lip portion and the second skin constitute a second integral one-piece structure that partially overlaps with the opening in the second skin, the first and second lip portions being located and configured for sandwiching a pane of glass between the first and second lip portions, and
a first coupling formation is formed on the first skin between the first coupling element and the first lip portion and the first coupling formation is unused when the second lip portion and the second skin remain an integral one-piece structure, the first coupling formation being configured for engagement with a coupling element of a replacement lip portion configured for replacing the second lip portion.
US Pat. No. 10,189,766

PROCESS FOR PRODUCING 2-ETHYLHEXANAL HELPING TO IMPROVE YIELD

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1. A process for producing 2-ethylhexanal helping to increase yield of 2-ethylhexanal, comprises the following steps:1) placing a reaction liquid containing 60-100 wt % of 2-ethyl-2-hexenal into a single reaction tank having internally equipped with a gas-introducing mixer which comprising a hollow rotatory shaft thereof and vanes at a terminal of the hollow rotatory shaft for use in introducing and exhausting hydrogen gas to the reaction liquid and simultaneously stirring the reaction liquid if started;
2) based on the weight of 2-ethyl-2-hexenal, adding a palladium on carbon catalyst ranged from 0.02 wt % to 15 wt % for hydrogenation, whose palladium component is supported on a carbon carrier having a total content of impurities less than 8% by weight of the carbon carrier, and whose specific surface area of the impurities of the carbon carrier is ranged between 800 m2/g and 3,000 m2/g;
3) introducing hydrogen gas to 80-600 lb/in2 and holding this pressure;
4) activating the gas-introducing mixer to stir the reaction liquid at room temperature and held the pressure for 10 minutes, heating to 70-150° C., and allowing hydrogenation for 1-10 hours at this temperature; and
5) upon completion of the reaction, cooling the reaction liquid to room temperature and filtering out the catalyst to obtain a yield of the 2-ethylhexanal at least up to 98.0%.

US Pat. No. 10,179,758

METHOD FOR ENHANCING UNIFORMITY OF CRYSTALLIZED SUCCINIC ACID AND PURIFIED SUCCINIC ACID PRODUCED BY THE SAME

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1. A method for enhancing uniformity of crystallized succinic acid, comprising the steps of:a) preparing a crystallization tank containing therein a jet-flow agitator composed of a rotating shaft and a plurality of inclined converging-tube blades driven by the rotating shaft into rotation;
b) pouring a solvent into the crystallization tank of the step a), wherein the solvent is one selected from the group consisting of water, methanol and ethanol;
c) adding succinic acid solids to the solvent of the step b) by weight ratio of the solvent to the succinic acid solids ranged from 2.0 to 10.0 to form a reaction solution;
d) activating the jet-flow agitator of the step a) to have the inclined converging-tube blades thereof rotated at 50-500 rpm to cause the reaction solution of the step c) to undergo irregular fluctuations or mixing to disperse the succinic acid solids uniformly in the reaction solution;
e) setting a cooling rate of the crystallization tank to 10-35° C. per hour, and allowing the succinic acid solids of the reaction solution to undergo a crystallization and purification reaction for 1-8 hours at a reaction pressure of 5-100 lbf/in2 and a reaction temperature of 0-90° C.; and
f) after the crystallization and purification reaction of step e) completed, filtering out and removing the solvent from the reaction solution of the step e) to obtain solid residues, and drying the solid residues to obtain final products of high-purity succinic acids having a purity of 99.8-99.9%.

US Pat. No. 10,145,167

CLOSURE MEMBER WITH DECORATIVE PANEL

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10. A method of making a door panel, wherein the door panel comprises:a body having opposite sides;first and second skins on the respective opposite sides of the body, the skins together defining outer dimensions of the door panel, each of the first and second skins having an opening through the skin, and the openings are aligned with each other;a first lip portion provided on the first skin and adjacent a first of the openings, the first lip portion configured for holding a glass panel in the opening;
a second lip portion provided on the second skin, the second lip portion being configured to cooperate with the first lip portion for holding the glass panel in the openings between the first and second lip portions;
first and second coupling elements provided on the first and second skins respectively and extending between the skins for inter-engagement of the coupling elements to thereby fix relative positions of the first and second skins;
the first and second skins defining a space between the skins configured for receiving a filling material selected to form the body;
the skins including a partition in and extending across the space between the skins to delineate a portion of the space separated from the openings for receiving the filling material to form the body; the partition is part of and formed through inter-engagement of the coupling elements;
wherein the first lip portion and the first skin constitute a first integral one-piece structure that partially overlaps with the opening in the first skin;
the second lip portion and the second skin constitute a second integral one-piece structure that partially overlaps with the opening in the second skin, the first and second lip portions being located and configured for sandwiching a pane of glass between the first and second lip portions;
a first coupling formation is formed between the first coupling element and the first lip portion and is unused when the second lip portion and the second skin remain an integral one-piece structure, the first coupling formation being configured for engagement with a coupling element of a replacement lip portion configured for replacing the second lip portion;
the method comprising:
the step of providing first and second mould parts along with interchangeable first and second mould inserts, and using of the first or the second mould insert between the first and second mould parts in moulding of the second skin with or without the second lip portion respectively.