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Inventor:
Austin; Arthur L.
Address:
Southgate, MI
No. of patents:
9
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4430247 Process for preparing an oxyalkylated product February 7, 1984
An oxyalkylated product useful for making polyurethane foams is prepared by reacting an alkylene oxide with a heated mixture of a phenol and a non-phenolic active hydrogen compound, at least one of which can be halogenated, in the presence of a catalyst complex of a phenol and an iron
4187357 Process for the preparation of polyurethane foams February 5, 1980
An oxyalkylated product useful for making polyurethane foams is prepared by reacting an alkylene oxide with a heated mixture of a phenol and a non-phenolic active hydrogen compound, at least one of which can be halogenated, in the presence of a catalyst complex of a phenol and an iron
4177335 Process for preparing a polyurethane foam from an oxyalkylated product December 4, 1979
An oxyalkylated product useful for making polyurethane foams is prepared by reacting an alkylene oxide with a heated mixture of a phenol and a non-phenolic active hydrogen compound, at least one of which can be halogenated, in the presence of a catalyst complex of a phenol and an iron
4149987 Process for preparing halogenated aromatic hydroxy ethers April 17, 1979
An oxyalkylated, halogenated product useful in making polyurethane foams is prepared by reacting an epoxide compound with a halogenated aromatic hydroxyl-containing compound (phenol) which is either a monohydroxy or polyhydroxy compound. Said aromatic hydroxyl compound has a hydroxy grou
4105597 Polyurethane foam from an oxyalkylated product August 8, 1978
An oxyalkylated product useful for making polyurethane foams is prepared by reacting an alkylene oxide with a heated mixture of a phenol and a non-phenolic active hydrogen compound, at least one of which can be halogenated, in the presence of a catalyst complex of a phenol and an iron
4097399 Process for preparing an oxyalkylated product June 27, 1978
An oxyalkylated product useful for making polyurethane foams is prepared by reacting an alkylene oxide with a heated mixture of a phenol and a non-phenolic active hydrogen compound, at least one of which can be halogenated, in the presence of a catalyst complex of a phenol and an iron
4052345 Process for the preparation of polyurethane foams October 4, 1977
An oxyalkylated product useful for making polyurethane foams is prepared by reacting an alkylene oxide with a heated mixture of a phenol and a non-phenolic active hydrogen compound, at least one of which can be halogenated, in the presence of a catalyst complex of a phenol and an iron
4021385 Polyurethane foams resistant to discoloration May 3, 1977
Polyether polyols may be synergistically stabilized against oxidation by incorporating therewith 4,4'-bis(alphadimethylbenzyl) diphenyl amine and a 2,6-di-t-butyl-4-(lower alkyl) phenol such as 2,6-di-t-butyl-4-methyl phenol or 2,6-di-t-butyl-4-butyl phenol. The stabilized polyols inhibi
3957922 Process for preparing an oxyalkylated product and reaction product thereof May 18, 1976
An oxyalkylated product useful for making polyurethane foams is prepared by reacting an alkylene oxide with a heated mixture of a phenol and a non-phenolic active hydrogen compound, at least one of which can be halogenated, in the presence of a catalyst complex of a phenol and an iron










 
 
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