Zwitterionic Catalyst Composition for Olefin Polymerization
Tech ID: 21389 / UC Case 2006-268-0
Brief DescriptionA composition for a zwitterionic catalyst applicable to olefin polymerization.
With the discovery of new transition metal-based catalysts for polymerization still in its early stages, there is a need for new and improved versions of these catalysts to further the polymerization field.
Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara have developed a composition for a zwitterionic catalyst applicable to olefin polymerization. This catalyst presents high activities, is stable, and resulting polyethylene and polypropylene products are high in molecular weight.
- High density polyethylene and polypropylene products
- High activities
- Stable active species
- Polyethylene/Polypropylene Formation
- Olefin Polymerization
- Olefin Co-Polymerization
- Polymer/Co-Polymer Formation
This technology is available for licensing.
|United States Of America||Issued Patent||8,044,225||10/25/2011||2006-268|
- Bazan, Guillermo C.
- Chen, Yaofeng
Zwitterionic Catalyst, Olefin Polymerization
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