Filed and published patents


1. WO 2015163890 Inorganic siloxane ladder composites for printable wave guides"Inorganic siloxane ladder polymers with metal-aza/thio crown complexes, and methods of making and using such siloxane ladder polymers are disclosed. The polymers described herein may exhibit self-healing properties, a low dielectric constant, and a low refractive index. These siloxane ladder polymers are anchored to transparent, high-refractive index (RI) metal nanoparticles, such as ZrO2, via aza/thio crown macromolecule.

2. WO 2015163890 Inorganic siloxane ladder composites for printable wave guides"Inorganic siloxane ladder polymers with metal-aza/thio crown complexes, and methods of making and using such siloxane ladder polymers are disclosed. The polymers described herein may exhibit self-healing properties, a low dielectric constant, and a low refractive index. These siloxane ladder polymers are anchored to transparent, high-refractive index (RI) metal nanoparticles, such as ZrO2, via aza/thio crown macromolecule.

3. WO 2014209369 Edible plasticisers for human consumptionDisclosed are plasticizers, salts thereof, chelates thereof and cleavage derivatives thereof, that exhibit a superior combination of properties. The plasticizers can be used for a variety of purposes, including food preparation, cosmetics, beverages and polymeric matrices. The plasticizers can be prepared by esterifying gallic acid, fulvic acid, or tannic acid

4. United States Patent Application 20160033213 Kind Code A1 ADAM; Georgius Abidal ; et al. February 4, 2016 CONDUCTIVE THERMAL COMPOSITIONS, USES THEREOF, AND METHODS FOR THEIR PREPARATION Abstract Thermal conductive compositions, methods for their preparation, and use are provided, which include, for example, as thermal sinks, heat transfer systems, and other uses.

5. United States Patent Application 20160031914 Kind Code A1 ADAM; Georgius Abidal ; et al. February 4, 2016 THERMAL CONDUCTIVE COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR THEIR PREPARATION AND USE Abstract Thermal conductive compositions, methods for their preparation, and use are provided, which include, for example, as thermal sinks and other uses.

6. CN105246852 (A) 2016-01-13Hydrophilic, self-cleaning coating compositions and methods to make and use the compositions are disclosed. The coatings comprise perlite and/or expanded perlite that are activated with hydrophilic agents. The perlites when incorporated in paints provide hydrophilic, self-cleaning and/or biocidal property to the coating

7. USA patent US20160046732: ASEPTIC POLYMERIC COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF USING THE SAME

8. WO2014149052:Hydrophilic self cleaning coating composition Hydrophilic, self-cleaning coating compositions and methods to make and use the compositions are disclosed. The coatings comprise perlite and/or expanded perlite that are activated with hydrophilic agents. The perlites when incorporated in paints provide hydrophilic, self-cleaning and/or biocidal property to the coating.

9. WO2014109765: Antimicrobial polymers and methods for their application: Antimicrobial or antiseptic polymers may be produced by incorporation of an antimicrobial ingredient into the polymer by grafting, copolymerization, or via a combined antimicrobial/plasticizer ingredient. The polymer may be produced as a masterbatch, or a ready to process polymer for producing antimicrobial products. The reactions may be conducted in a reactive extruder to provide a single-step synthesis.

10. WO2014092826A1: Nano-encapsulating polymers with high barrier properties Polymeric barriers for organic light emitting diodes are formed in-situ by encapsulation or polymerization. Encapsulation with melamine-cyanurate is performed using sublimation reaction technique. An encapsulation technique involves curing a layer of resin made by mixing a polyaza aryl compound, such as melamine, melam, or melem, with a cyanuryl triglycidyl ether. Another encapsulation technique involves curing a layer of resin made by mixing the polyaza aryl aromatic compound in 2,4,6-tricyanatophenyl glycidyl ether or tetracyanatobenzene applied to an organic light emitting diode.

11. WO 20150843304: Novel tailored Gemini surfactant based on methylolic resins for various Industrial applications, Disclosed herein are Gemini surfactants, and methods for making and using these Gemini surfactants. These Gemini surfactants may be incorporated in paints and coatings to provide hydrophilic and/or self-cleaning properties. Surfactants are compounds composed of both hydrophilic and hydrophobic or lipophilic groups. In view of their dual hydrophilic and hydrophobic nature, surfactants tend to concentrate at the interfaces of aqueous mixtures.

12. WO2015084299: Hydrophilic paints based on self-crosslinking Gemini surfactants Disclosed herein are Gemini surfactants, and methods for making and Using these Gemini surfactants. These Gemini surfactants may be incorporated in paints and coatings to provide hydrophilic and/or self-cleaning properties. Coatings and paints are routinely used to beautify and protect substrates. The most simple coatings and paints are made of a polymer (the binder) in a solvent (the vehicle), which is commonly called a lacquer

13. WO2015069271: Fluorinated siloxane compositions, and methods of making and using the fluorinated siloxanes are disclosed. The polymers described herein may exhibit self-healing properties, a low dielectric constant, and a low refractive index. In some embodiments, a method of making a siloxane compound may involve contacting a silicon metal with a fluorinated compound to form a dichlorosilane compound, hydrolyzing the dichlorosilane compound to form a fluorinated tetrasiloxane compound, and contacting the fluorinated tetrasiloxane compound with a metal catalyst

14. WO2015060839: Food additives and food packaging materials having phase change materials are provided. Examples of phase change materials include gallic acid esters, tannic acid esters, fulvic acid, chitosan esters, hemicellulose derived esters, and the like. Methods of making and using the same are also provided.

15. WO2015009270: Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) include a polymeric barrier coating that is a copolymer of ethylene and substituted vinyl constituents configured to protect the OLEDs from both oxygen and water. The substituted vinyl of the coating may be selected, in conjunction with the permeability properties provided by the ethylene, to include chemical structures, physical structures, and chemical functional groups that effectively and efficiently create a barrier towards both oxygen and water. Methods for producing and using the coatings are also disclosed.

16. WO2014200486: New multi functional phenolic resins: Disclosed herein are compositions and methods of making phenolic compounds and phenolic resins. The resins include multifunctional epoxies, amino glycidyl derivatives, alkanoate derivatives, alkyl ether derivatives, and multi-functional amines prepared from hydroxymethyl derivatives of novolac resin.

17. WO2014193337: Humic acid derivatives as multi-functional natural anti-oxidants and free radical scavengers for food products and packaging, Disclosed are antioxidative, natural compounds, their salts, chelates and cleavage derivatives that exhibit a superior combination of properties. The compounds can be used for a variety of purposes, including stabilizing foods, cosmetics, beverages and nutritional supplement. The compounds can be prepared by substantially cleaving a humic acid of formula (I) to provide at least one antioxidant compounds of formula (II), formula (III), formula (IV), formula (V), formula (VI), salts, or chelates thereof.

18. WO2014193338: Natural humic acid additives (stabilisers, plasticisers, antistatic additives) for plastics used in human contact, Disclosed are antioxidative natural compounds, their salts, chelates and cleavage derivatives that exhibit a superior combination of properties. The compounds can be used for a variety of purposes, including the stabilization of polymers. The compounds can be prepared by substantially cleaving a humic acid of formula I followed by esterification to provide at least one antioxidant compounds of formula V, formula VI, formula VII, formula VIII, salts thereof, or chelates thereof.

19. WO2014182274: Hydrophylic micro fibres and nano fibers in coating compositions.Disclosed herein are hydrophilic microfibers and hydrophilic nanofibers, and methods for making these hydrophilic microfibers and nanofibers. The hydrophilic microfibers and/or nanofibers provide hydrophilic and/or self-cleaning properties when incorporated in paints and coatings. These hydrophilic microfibers and/or hydrophilic nanofibers may include polymers. In some embodiments, the hydrophilic microfibers and/or hydrophilic nanofibers may be surface activated polymers.

20. WO2014171944: Preparation and use of fulvic acid derivatives. Disclosed are ant oxidative, natural compounds, their salts, chelates and cleavage derivatives that exhibit a superior combination of properties. The compounds can be used for a variety of purposes, including stabilizing foods, cosmetics, beverages and nutritional supplements. The compounds can be prepared by hydrolyzing a fulvic acid of formula (I) or (VIII) to provide at least one antioxidant compounds of formula (II), formula (III), formula (IV), formula (V), formula (VI), formula (VII), salts, or chelates thereof.

21. US20140311937,WO2014107152: Resealable containers and the method for their preparation and use, Disclosed are compositions directed to resealable containers and methods directed to making and using resealable containers. Also disclosed are methods of containing an article. The resealable containers can include a thermotropic adhesive sealing composition to aid in opening and sealing the containers.

22. WO2014149052: Hydrophilic, self-cleaning coating compositions and methods to make and use the compositions are disclosed. The coatings comprise perlite and/or expanded perlite that are activated with hydrophilic agents. The perlites when incorporated in paints provide hydrophilic, self-cleaning and/or biocidal property to the coating.

23. WO2014126625: Novel multi functional acrylates, Disclosed herein are derivatives of phenolic and melamine compounds, methods of making these derivatives, and methods of using them. The compounds include phenolic and melamine compounds with multi-functional acrylate groups, polyethylene glycol and amino groups. The compounds may be cured to form resins that may be used in a variety of applications, such as paints, hydrogels, polyacrylate super absorbent polymers (SAPs), adhesives, composites, sealants, fillers, fire retardants, crosslinking agents, and the like.

24. WO2014126626: Novel multi functional phenolic epoxy resins, Disclosed herein are derivatives of phenolic and melamine compounds, methods of making these derivatives, and methods of using them. The compounds include phenolic and melamine compounds with multi-functional acrylate groups, polyethylene glycol and amino groups. The compounds may be cured to form resins that may be used in a variety of applications, such as paints, hydrogels, polyacrylate super absorbent polymers (SAPs), adhesives, composites, sealants, fillers, fire retardants, crosslinking agents, and the like.

25. US20140170346, WO2014070154: Novel classes of polymeric energy storage materials (PCMs) made from modified amorphous wax and waste/recycled materials, Compositions, coatings, and energy storage fabrications made of support polymers or active waxes in a grafted matrix to an amorphous wax and at least one functional compound and their methods of preparation are presented. Amorphous waxes are typified by paraffin waxes. Functional compounds include various fatty alcohols, fatty acids, ester, amines, and amido alkylamines. Sulfonated and oxidized ion exchange resins may be grafted to the matrix.

26. US20140018466A1:Self-renewing hydrophilic organic resins and coatings, Hydrophilic coaling compositions and methods to make and use the compositions are disclosed. The compositions include a polymer comprising a plurality of isocyanate groups and a blocking agent contacting at least one of the plurality of isocyanate groups.

27. US 20130337124:Multi-functional filtrate materials for absorbing ethylene gas released by ripening fruits, flowers, and vegetables, Compositions for adsorbing ethylene gas, methods for adsorbing ethylene gas and process for making these compositions are provided. A composite material may include at least one modified amorphous high softening point wax and at least one active agent. The active agent may include at least one inorganic compound including at least one metal having at least one free p-orbital and/or at least one free d-orbital. The wax and the active agent may each adsorb ethylene.

28. US20130237694: New Lignin based concrete admixtures Methods for converting waste streams from the wood pulping industry to high-value concrete admixtures are described. For example, isolated lignin and lingnosulfonate or waste streams containing lignin and lingnosulfonate can be directly converted to the concrete admixtures, or they may be first converted to their methylol derivatives and treated with further reagents to produce the concrete admixtures.

29. US20130337030A: Neutrally buoyant ingestible compositions A nutriment or medicament may have a neutral buoyancy for being suspended in a liquid, or at a desired depth within the liquid to improve consumption of the nutriment or medicament and reduce waste. Disclosed also are methods for making and using the neutrally buoyant products.