With Organic Compound Containing Oxygen (e.g., Alcohol, Ketone, Carboxylic Acid Ester, Etc.) Patents (Class 106/187.1)
  • Publication number: 20130174904
    Abstract: This composition for an antireflective film includes a translucent binder, wherein the translucent binder contains either one or both of a polymer type binder and a non-polymer type binder, a content of the translucent binder is in a range of 10 parts by mass to 90 parts by mass with respect to 100 parts by mass of a total amount of components other than a dispersion medium, and a refractive index of an antireflective film which is formed by curing the composition for an antireflective film is in a range of 1.70 to 1.90. This method for manufacturing an antireflective film includes: applying the above-described composition for an antireflective film onto a transparent conductive film by a wet coating method to form an antireflective coating film; and curing the antireflective coating film to form an antireflective film.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 29, 2011
    Publication date: July 11, 2013
    Inventors: Kazuhiko Yamasaki, Satoko Higano, Reiko Izumi, Toshiharu Hayashi
  • Patent number: 6773811
    Abstract: A water-dispersible particle wherein the material comprises (i) one or more polymeric deposition materials having an average repeat unit (I):  wherein at least one or more R groups of the polymer are independently selected from H, a hydrolysable group or a linker group in which when R is a hydrolysable group the degree of substitution is 0 to 3 and when R is a linker group the degree of substitution is 0.01 to 3; (ii) a benefit agent attached to the deposition enhancing part;  characterised in that the water-dispersible particle has a particle size from 20 to 5,000 nm.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 1, 2002
    Date of Patent: August 10, 2004
    Assignee: Unilever Home & Personal Care USA, division of Conopco, Inc.
    Inventors: Paul Ferguson, Paul Hugh Findlay, Christopher Clarkson Jones, Dax Kukulj
  • Publication number: 20020134281
    Abstract: Processes for reducing viscosity in an aqueous polysaccahride composition comprising combining the aqueous composition with a non-aqueous viscosity reducing agent. In particular, processes for reducing the viscosity in an aqueous carbohydrate gum composition. In particular, processes for reducing viscosity of an aqueous composition of polysaccharide comprising combining viscosity reducing agent with the polysaccharide composition in an amount effective to form a two phase system. Products produced according to the aforementioned processes are also described. Aqueous compositions including polysaccharide and non-aqueous viscosity reducing agent, and wherein the water content of the composition is at least about 40 wt %. Aqueous compositions including polysaccharide and non-aqueous viscosity reducing agent and wherein the viscosity of the composition is reduced by at least 10%.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 1, 2001
    Publication date: September 26, 2002
    Inventors: Ronald Busink, Alfred J. Haandrikman, Michaela Hofbauer, Hielke Tjeerd de Vries, Sandra Berberich-Francken
  • Patent number: 6264732
    Abstract: A puncture preventive sealant capable of reducing the content of cellulose fibers for suppressing the cost of the sealant while keeping a high sealing performance due to the cellulose fibers. A sealant, which is filled in a sealant chamber defined in a tube adjacently to an air chamber, contains synthetic fibers and cellulose fibers in a solvent. The content of the synthetic fibers is in a range of from 75 to 90 wt % and the content of the cellulose fiber is in a range of from 25 to 10 wt %. Since the sealant is filled in the sealant chamber having a capacity significantly smaller than that of the air chamber, the separation of the synthetic fibers due to a centrifugal force substantially exert no adverse effect on the characteristics of the sealant. Accordingly, the content of the cellulose fibers can be set at such a minimum value so as to block a large puncture hole. As a result, it is possible to reduce the cost by reducing the content of the cellulose fibers.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 11, 2000
    Date of Patent: July 24, 2001
    Assignee: Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha
    Inventors: Akiko Tanaka, Toshio Yamagiwa