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Robson Storey, Lauren Kucera is working to develop new thermoplastic elastomers based on polyisobutylene for use in running shoes, and expects to defend in the spring of 2013.
The polyolefin- based meltblown polymer comprises at least one of the group consisting of ethylene methacrylate, polyisobutylene and butyl acrylate.
Polyoleflns such as polyisobutylene [3-5], polypropylene [6, 7], polybutylene , polyethylene , and polybutadiene  form blends with related classical organic polymers.
For research in the structure-property relationships in polyisobutylene based telechelic ionomers and polyurethanes (both foams and elastomers), and for the development of hybrid organic-inorganic network materials for use in hard protective coatings.
The new fluid supersedes the previous Standard Reference Material 1490 Non-linear Fluid Standard, which was composed of a high-molecular-mass polyisobutylene dissolved in normal hexadecane.
US 6,171,594 81: Colorplast, Humlebaek, Denmark, researchers have developed a patent for an adhesive composition for human or animal skin comprising aloe, polyisobutylene, butyl rubber, tackifying resin and hydrocolloid.
Due to the emissions improvements and fuel savings, Waters says, polyisobutylene "reduces the number of gases that potentially lead to global warming.
The clearance is conditional on Amoco divesting its polyisobutylene operations in Europe, the Commission said.