Synthetic resins or natural rubbers -- part of the class 520 ser – Synthetic resins – From phenol – phenol ether – or inorganic phenolate
C524S155000, C524S156000, C524S494000, C524S500000, C524S504000, C524S505000, C528S198000, C536S017100, C536S017200, C536S017900, C548S312700
A (co)polycarbonate the molecular structure of which contains units derived from bisphenols conforming to formulae (1a1) and (1b1)in whichR1independently of one another represents hydrogen or a C1-C10-alkyl and R2represents C1-C10-alkyl, or phenyl or benzyl in each case unsubstituted or substituted by at least one member selected from the group consisting of hydrogen and C1-C10-alkyl radical.The (co)polycarbonate exhibits relatively high glass transition temperature and improved adhesion to metals.
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Bayer Material Science AG
Boykin Terressa M
Connolly Bove & Lodge & Hutz LLP
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