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Douglas A Usifer

from Colchester, VT
Age ~59

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  • Colchester, VT
  • 77 Ichabod Crane Ln, Belle Mead, NJ 08502 (908) 359-0621
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Douglas Usifer

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Location:
Burlington, Vermont Area
Industry:
Banking

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Urethane Adhesive Compositions

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US Patent:
5624759, Apr 29, 1997
Filed:
Jan 31, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/381790
Inventors:
Douglas A. Usifer - Belle Mead NJ
Ifeanyi C. Broderick - Old Bridge NJ
Assignee:
CasChem, Inc. - Bayonne NJ
International Classification:
B32B 2700
US Classification:
4284242
Abstract:
UV curable adhesive compositions which provide improved bonding to substrates such as carbonates and metals is provided. The compositions are formed as the reaction product of a urethane methacrylate and reactive diluents such as N-vinyl caprolactam and isobornyl acrylate, a photoinitiator compound, and adhesion promoting additives. Urethane methacrylates which may be employed include ester-based urethane methacrylates as well as ether based urethane methacrylates. Also, methods of bonding substrates using their compositions and the articles produced by the methods.

Method Of Producing An Image Reversal Negative Photoresist Having A Photo-Labile Blocked Imide

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US Patent:
5019488, May 28, 1991
Filed:
Apr 24, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/517530
Inventors:
Donald C. Mammato - Lebanon NJ
Sangya Jain - Bridgewater NJ
Dana Durham - East Greenwich RI
Mark A. Spak - Edison NJ
Douglas A. Usifer - Belle Mead NJ
Michael McFarland - Washington NJ
Assignee:
Hoechst Celanese Corporation - Somerville NJ
International Classification:
G03C 516
G03F 740
G03F 7022
G03F 7039
US Classification:
430325
Abstract:
A method for producing a negative image by coating a substrate with a photosensitive layer containing a blocked hydrophobic polymer capable of deblocking in the presence of an acid, and an oxime sulfonate ester or o-quinone-4-sulfonyl-containing diazide, then imagewise exposing, treating with a gaseous base, removing excess base, overall flood exposing, baking and developing with an aqueous alkaline solution.

Exterior Protective Layer For An Electrical Component

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US Patent:
5688601, Nov 18, 1997
Filed:
Mar 25, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/218010
Inventors:
Douglas A. Usifer - Belle Mead NJ
Melvin Brauer - East Brunswick NJ
James C. Chang - Crystal Lake IL
Yuan Chieh Chu - East Windsor NJ
Assignee:
Caschem, Inc. - Bayonne NJ
International Classification:
B32B 900
US Classification:
428457
Abstract:
An electrical component comprising an electrical component having an exterior protective layer on at least a portion of a surface. The layer is a cured copolymer of a reaction between at least one oligomer having a terminal ethylenically unsaturated group and at least one monomer having a terminal ethylenically unsaturated group. Alternatively, the layer is a cured copolymer of a reaction between at least two oligomers having a terminal ethylenically unsaturated group. The copolymerization reaction is preferably in the presence of a free radical initiator curing agent and a transition metal catalyst.

Exterior Protective Layer For An Electrical Component

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US Patent:
5736190, Apr 7, 1998
Filed:
Feb 23, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/606374
Inventors:
Douglas A. Usifer - Belle Mead NJ
Melvin Brauer - East Brunswick NJ
James C. Chang - Crystal Lake IL
Yuan Chieh Chu - East Windsor NY
Assignee:
Cashem, Inc. - Bayonne NJ
International Classification:
B05D 136
B05D 512
US Classification:
427 96
Abstract:
An electrical component comprising an electrical component having an exterior protective layer on at least a portion of a surface. The layer is a cured copolymer of a reaction between at least one oligomer having a terminal ethylenically unsaturated group and at least one monomer having a terminal ethylenically unsaturated group. Alternatively, the layer is a cured copolymer of a reaction between at least two oligomers having a terminal ethylenically unsaturated group. The copolymerization reaction is preferably in the presence of a free radical initiator curing agent and a transition metal catalyst.

Polyurethane Compositions

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US Patent:
5360543, Nov 1, 1994
Filed:
Jun 5, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/893995
Inventors:
Douglas A. Usifer - Belle Mead NJ
Carlos Ramirez - Piscataway NJ
Assignee:
Caschem, Inc. - Bayonne NJ
International Classification:
B01D 6302
US Classification:
2103218
Abstract:
The invention relates to polyurethane compositions that can be formulated as a two component systems of a first component of a polyol and an amine of formula (I): ##STR1## and a second component of isocyanate. This invention further relates to methods of formulating those polyurethanes, and to use of those polyurethanes in separatory devices.

Urethane Adhesive Compositions

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US Patent:
5484864, Jan 16, 1996
Filed:
Jan 31, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/381789
Inventors:
Douglas A. Usifer - Belle Mead NJ
Ifeanyi C. Broderick - Old Bridge NJ
Assignee:
CasChem, Inc. - Bayonne NJ
International Classification:
C08F 2602
US Classification:
526301
Abstract:
UV curable adhesive compositions which provide improved bonding to substrates such as carbonates and metals is provided. The compositions are formed as the reaction product of a urethane methacrylate and reactive diluents such as N-vinyl caprolactam and isobornyl acrylate, a photoinitiator compound, and adhesion promoting additives. Urethane methacrylates which may be employed include ester-based urethane methacrylates as well as ether based urethane methacrylates. Also, methods of bonding substrates using their compositions and the articles produced by the methods.

Urethane Adhesive Compositions

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US Patent:
5426166, Jun 20, 1995
Filed:
Jan 26, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/187426
Inventors:
Douglas A. Usifer - Belle Mead NJ
Ifeanyi C. Broderick - Old Bridge NJ
Assignee:
CasChem, Inc. - Bayonne NJ
International Classification:
C08F29900
US Classification:
526301
Abstract:
UV curable adhesive compositions which provide improved bonding to substrates such as carbonates and metals is provided. The compositions are formed as the reaction product of a urethane methacrylate and reactive diluents such as N-vinyl caprolactam and isobornyl acrylate, a photoinitiator compound, and adhesion promoting additives. Urethane methacrylates which may be employed include ester-based urethane methacrylates as well as ether based urethane methacrylates. Also, methods of bonding substrates using their compositions and the articles produced by the methods.
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