|| List of recent Phenol-related patents
| Conductive resin composition and cured product thereof|
A conductive resin composition which includes an epoxy resin (a), a compound (b) having a (meth)acryloyl group and a glycidyl group, a phenolic resin curing agent (c), a radical polymerization initiator (d) and a conductive particle (e). The conductive resin composition which may be b-staged (semi-cured) at a relatively low temperature to exhibit sufficient tack-free properties and excellent pressure-sensitive tackiness.
| Biologically active compositions containing phenolic residue|
A composition for controlling pests. The composition includes an aqueous mixture of at least one phenolic aldehyde and a bisulfite salt with a suitable surfactant and a sufficient amount of the bisulfite salt to solubilize the aldehyde(s).
| Actinic-ray- or radiation-sensitive resin composition, actinic-ray- or radiation-sensitive film, mask blank and method of forming pattern|
According to one embodiment, an actinic-ray- or radiation-sensitive resin composition includes a compound (a) that contains a structure (p) containing at least one phenolic hydroxyl group and a structure (q) containing at least one phenolic hydroxyl group whose hydrogen atom is replaced by a group (s) with a cyclic structure containing an acid crosslinking group, characterized in that the group (s) with a cyclic structure containing an acid crosslinking group is a group with a polycyclic structure or a group with a cyclic structure containing a hydroxymethyl group and/or an alkoxymethyl group.. .
| Clarification and selective binding of phenolic compounds from liquid foodstuff or beverages using smart polymers|
The present invention corresponds to a method for the removal of unwanted phenolic compounds from foodstuffs, more particularly beverages. The method comprising contacting a selected polymer with the foodstuff.
| Photopolymerizable inkjet ink|
To provide a photopolymerizable inkjet ink, which contains photopolymerizable monomers containing at least one selected from the following compound group (a) compounds of which are negative for skin sensitization, and at least one selected from the following compound group (b) compounds of which are negative for skin sensitization, wherein the compound group (a) is a compound group consisting of caprolactone-modified dipentaerythritol hexaacrylate, polyethoxylated tetramethylol methane tetraacrylate, ethylene oxide-modified bisphenol a diacrylate, caprolactone-modified hydroxy pivalic acid neopentyl glycol diacrylate, polypropylene glycol diacrylate [ch2═ch—co—(oc3h6)n-ococh═ch2 (n≈12)], hydroxyethyl acryl amide, trimethylol propane trimethacrylate, and tricyclodecane dimethanol dimethacrylate, and the compound group (b) is a compound group consisting of ethylene oxide-modified phenolacrylate, isostearyl acrylate, ethylene oxide-modified trimethylol propane trimethacrylate, stearyl methacrylate, and glycerin dimethacrylate.. .
| Photo-curable resin compositions and method of using the same in three-dimensional printing for manufacturing artificial teeth and denture base|
A composition includes a light-curable viscous mixture that includes: 0-50% by weight of a poly(methyl methacrylate)/methyl methacrylate solution; 5-20% by weight of at least one kind of multifunctional aliphatic (meth)acrylate; 5-40% by weight of at least one kind of aliphatic urethane (meth)acrylate oligomer; 25-65% by weight of at least one kind of difunctional bisphenol-a dimethacrylate; 0.1 to 5% by weight of at least one kind of a photoinitiator; 0.05 to 2% by weight of at least one kind of light stabilizer; and 0.1 to 3% by weight of color pigment based on the total weight of the composition.. .
| Low ph crosslinking of polymers|
The invention is directed to polymers that self-crosslink at acidic ph or can be crosslinked by phenolic agents in brine. Such polymers have lower viscosity and can be pumped deep into reservoirs, where they will cross link in situ, thus increasing their viscosity and/or form a gel and blocking thief zones.
| Phenol-alkoxylate co-solvent surfactant composition|
Provided herein are, inter alia, compositions including a surfactant and a phenol-alkoxylate co-solvent useful in enhanced oil recovery. The compositions and methods provided herein are particularly useful for oil recovery under a broad range of reservoir conditions (e.g.
| Laminate structure, method for forming, and method of use thereof|
A method for forming a laminate structure is provided. The method includes selecting a sheet layer that includes a melamine-based resin and selecting a substrate that includes wood, phenolic resin, zinc borate, and a water repellant agent.
|Aqueous adhesive composition based on polyaldehyde and phloroglucinol|
An aqueous adhesive composition includes: a phenol/aldehyde resin; and an unsaturated elastomer latex. The phenol/aldehyde resin is based on at least: an aromatic polyaldehyde bearing at least two aldehyde functional groups and including at least one aromatic nucleus; and phloroglucinol.
|Aqueous adhesive composition based on polyaldehyde and polyphenol|
An aqueous adhesive composition includes: a phenol/aldehyde resin; and an unsaturated elastomer latex. The phenol/aldehyde resin is based on: an aromatic polyaldehyde bearing at least two aldehyde functional groups and including at least one aromatic nucleus; and a polyphenol including at least one aromatic nucleus.
|Photosensitive composition, cured film and production process thereof, and electronic part|
It is an object of the present invention to improve the curability of a resin composition and a photosensitive composition suitably employed to form e.g., a surface protecting film and an interlaminar insulating film of e.g., an electronic part, while reducing the internal stress remaining in a substrate when the composition is used to form a cured film on the substrate. The photosensitive composition includes a resin (a) having a phenolic hydroxyl group, a crosslinking agent (b1) having at least two oxazoline groups and a crosslinking agent (b2) having at least two groups represented by —ch2or (wherein r is a hydrogen atom, an alkyl group having 1 to 10 carbon atoms or an acetyl group) and a photosensitive acid-generating agent (c)..
|Epoxy resin composition and electronic component device|
An epoxy resin composition includes: (a) an epoxy resin containing a compound represented by the following formula (i); (b) a phenol resin containing a compound represented by the following formula (ii); and (c) a dihydroxynaphthalene compound containing a compound represented by the following formula (iii). In formula (i), r represents a hydrogen atom, and n represents an integer from 0 to 10.
|Palatable beverages and compositions with cocoa extract|
The present subject matter relates to palatable beverages and compositions such as non-chocolate flavored water soluble dry powder compositions comprising a cocoa extract which comprises cocoa polyphenols, and an edible acid. The present subject matter further relates to processes for formulating said beverages and compositions..
|Preparation and incorporation of co-products into beverages to achieve metabolic and gut health benefits|
Co-products from juice extraction, in particular for use in beverage and food products to enhance the metabolic and gut health benefits, including an enhanced feeling of satiety, a reduction of postprandial glucose response, reduction of postprandial insulin response, an increased fermentability by colonic microlfora, an increase short-chain fatty acid production in the colon provided to the consumer are provided. The co-product has a number average particle size of between 1 and 2000 microns, a total polyphenol content of at least 2500 parts per million, a moisture content of between 70% and 85% by weight, and a combined peel and seed content between 0.01% and 20% by weight..
|Hydraulic engine mount solution composition|
Disclosed is a hydraulic engine mount solution composition, and more specifically a hydraulic engine mount solution composition, which maintains vibration absorbing ability at high temperatures as well as at low temperatures due to its higher boiling point than conventional engine mount solutions, and which inhibits aging and extends life of the engine mount by inhibiting flowing out and cohesion of chemical additives from an anti-vibration rubber of the engine mount by inclusion of a dispersion stabilizer, thereby preventing blocking of a flow channel, such as orifice of the engine mount. In particular, the hydraulic engine mount solution composition comprises a solvent containing ethylene glycol and propylene glycol; a dispersion stabilizer; and a phenol-based antioxidant, a heat stabilizer, a metal corrosion inhibitor and the like..
|Method for reducing tumors and transforming cancer cells|
This invention is related to a phenol-quinone therapy that shrinks tumors and transforms cancer cells. The therapy include four phases.
|Catalyst systems based on phenolate complexes for immortal ring-opening polymerization of cyclic esters and carbohydrates|
A method can include immortal ring-opening homopolymerisation of cyclic carbonates or cyclic esters in the presence of a catalytic system, or sequential two-step ring-opening block copolymerisation of one or more cyclic monomers selected from cyclic carbonates or cyclic esters in the presence of the catalytic system. The catalytic system can include a phenolate supported metallic complex.
|Late-addition catalyst formulation, reactor system, and method for producing polycarbonate|
The present invention provides a melt polymerization reactor system and method of producing polycarbonate using a late-addition catalyst formulation having a melt transesterification catalyst dispersed in a liquid carrier system which preferably includes less than 10 wt % water. The formulation also preferably includes a liquid carrier system having phenol and a cosolvent.
|Rubber composition for tire cord coating, breaker edge strip, breaker cushion or cord-adjoining strip, and pneumatic tire|
Provided are a rubber composition for a tire cord topping, a breaker edge strip, a breaker cushion, or a strip adjacent to cords, which achieves a balanced improvement in handling stability, fuel economy, durability, ride quality, and adhesion; and pneumatic tires including the same. The rubber composition includes: an isoprene-based rubber; a phenol resin and/or an alkylphenol resin; and a partial condensate of hmmm and/or a partial condensate of hmmpme, wherein an amount of the isoprene-based rubber is 60% by mass or higher per 100% by mass of the rubber component; and a combined amount of the phenol resin and the alkylphenol resin is 2-3.9 parts by mass, a combined amount of the partial condensate of hmmm and the partial condensate of hmmpme is 0.5-5 parts by mass, and an amount of silica is at most 15 parts by mass, each per 100 parts by mass of the rubber component..
|Polyamide resin composition for wheel cover|
Disclosed is a polyamide resin composition for a wheel cover, which has an excellent balance between rigidity and toughness, improved low temperature impact property, excellent heat resistance, and improved strength of the surface of the composition and the weld. In particular, the polyamide resin composition comprises a polyamide 6 resin, an ethylene-based copolymer, a styrene-based copolymer, a maleic anhydride grafted styrene, an imide-based copolymer, nano-minerals, and a phenolic heat-resistant material..
|Compositions useful for preparing composites and composites produced therewith|
A thermosettable epoxy resin composition having, as components: (1) an epoxy resin; (2) an epoxidized cycloaliphatic dicyclopentadiene phenolic resin; (3) a liquid oligomeric butadiene homopolymer; and (4) a curing agent including one or more alkylphenol novolac resins or alkyphenol co-novolac resins, and one or more poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxides), which resin composition may be used to prepare composites, prepregs, or laminates.. .
|Phenolic coatings and methods of making and using same|
A method of making a facile, surface-independent, polyphenol coating is disclosed. In general, the method includes contacting at least a portion of the substrate to be coated with an aqueous solution containing one or more salts and one or more nitrogen-free phenolic compounds.
|Bridged alkaline earth metal alkylphenates|
A bridged alkaline earth metal alkylphenate having reduced monomeric alkylphenol is prepared by reacting (a) a 4-alkylphenol, unsubstituted at the ortho positions, (b) an alkaline earth metal oxide or hydroxide, (c) a bridging agent comprising sulfur or a carbonyl compound of 1 to about 6, or to 4 or to 2, carbon atoms, and (d) a 2,6-dialkylphenol. The amount of the 2,6-dialkylphenol is 0.05 to 3 moles per 1 mole of the 4-alkylphenol; if there is a molar excess of the 2,6-dialkylphenol, then the excess is added after initial reaction..
|Bridged alkylphenol compounds|
A bridged dimeric or oligomeric phenolic compound comprising: at least one monomer unit (a) of phenol or an alkyl-substituted phenol wherein the alkyl group contains 1 to 8 carbon atoms, or mixtures thereof; at least one monomer unit (b) of an aliphatic hydrocar-byl-substituted phenol wherein the aliphatic hydrocarbyl group contains at least about 25 carbon atoms, or mixtures thereof; and at least one sulfur-containing or carbon-containing bridging group; or a salt of said oligomeric material; wherein the average number of carbon atoms in said alkyl groups and said aliphatic hydrocarbyl groups is 10 to 100.. .
|Phenol-based self-crosslinking polymer and resist underlayer film composition including same|
A phenolic self-crosslinking polymer whose self-crosslinking reaction at a heating step is performed without additives for hardening the polymer, and a composition of resist-underlayer-film containing the same, are disclosed. The phenolic self-crosslinking polymer being selected from a group consisting of a polymer represented by formula 1, a polymer represented by formula 2 and a polymer represented by formula 3:.
|Silicon-containing antireflective coatings including non-polymeric silsesquioxanes|
Embodiments include a silicon-containing antireflective material including a silicon-containing base polymer, a non-polymeric silsesquioxane material, and a photoacid generator. The silicon-containing base polymer may contain chromophore moieties, transparent moieties, and reactive sites on an siox background, where x ranges from approximately 1 to approximately 2.
|Resin-coated metal sheet for containers|
The resin-coated metal sheet for containers includes a resin coating layer (a) having a multilayered structure mainly composed of a polyester resin on at least one surface thereof. The resin coating layer (a) includes a resin layer (a1).
|High impact and load bearing building panel|
A high impact and load bearing building panel includes a first magnesium oxide board, a phenolic resin sheet, an expanded polystyrene layer, and a second magnesium oxide board. The phenolic resin sheet is laminated with the expanded polystyrene layer, and the first magnesium oxide board is laminated with the phenolic resin sheet opposite of the expanded polystyrene layer.
|Process for the pasteurization of sap and products thereof|
The present document describes a process for the sterilization and/or pasteurization of sap without denaturing polyphenols and other ingredients present therein, and a sap product prepared from the processes.. .
|Treating inflammation with a combination of an ellagitannin and hydrogen peroxide|
The teachings provided herein generally relate to site-activated binding systems that selectively increase the bioactivity of phenolic compounds at target sites. More particularly, the systems taught here include a phenolic compound bound to a reactive oxygen species, wherein the phenolic compound and the reactive oxygen species react at a target area in the presence of an oxidoreductase enzyme..
|Oxidative attack and elimination of bisphenol a by manganese dioxide|
Bisphenol a (bpa) has been the subject of public and regulatory attention, primarily because of concerns about its endocrine activity. Bpa typically is used as an intermediate in the production of polycarbonate plastics and epoxy and other specialty resins.