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Maaranen; Janne
Kerava, FI
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7666957 Polymerization process February 23, 2010
A process for the polymerisation of ethylene and optionally at least one C.sub.3-20 alpha olefin comonomer in the slurry or solution phase in a reactor having a polymer outlet stream, a procatalyst or catalyst feed stream and a hydrogen feed stream, said polymerisation being effected in
7074863 Metallocene catalysts containing an idenyl moiety substituted at the 4,-5,-6- or 7-position by a July 11, 2006
A metallocene catalyst in which the metal is coordinated by a .eta.5 cyclopentadienyl ligand which forms part of an indenyl or indenyloid moiety, characterized in that said moiety is directly or indirectly substituted at the 4-, 5-, 6- or 7-position by a pendant siloxy or germyloxy g
6815514 Catalysts November 9, 2004
The invention describes ligands of formula (I), wherein LIG represents an .eta..sup.5 -ligand substituted by a group R.sub.1 and a group (R").sub.m ; X represents a 1 to 3 atom bridge; Y represents a nitrogen or phosphorus atom; Z represents a carbon, nitrogen or phosphorus atom.

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