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Ninomiya; Yusuke
Nishinomiya, JP
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5705559 Crosslinked resin particles and production thereof January 6, 1998
Disclosed is a process for preparing crosslinked resin particles which comprises dispersing a resin having both a water-dispersible function and a self-crosslinkable function in one molecule in an aqueous medium and then three-dimensionally crosslinking.
5204221 Photosensitive resin composition April 20, 1993
Disclosed is a photosensitive resin composition which has improved water developability and storage stability. The composition comprises(I) crosslinked resin particles prepared by a post-emulsion method from(a) a base resin having a glass transition temperature (Tg) of C. or less a
5198500 Process for preparing crosslinked resin particles March 30, 1993
Disclosed is an improved process of the post-emulsion method capable of forming crosslinked resin particles which do not have fusion bonds between particles and which have good storage stability and good redispersibility in an aqueous medium. The process comprises (a) dispersing in an aq

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