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Jianbo Di

from Palatine, IL
Age ~44

Jianbo Di Phones & Addresses

  • Palatine, IL
  • Evansville, IN
  • 134 Graham Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850
  • Waltham, MA

Work

Company: Amcol international Oct 2008 Position: Team lead

Education

School / High School: Cornell University 2003 Specialities: Ph.D. in Polymer Chemistry

Industries

Plastics

Resumes

Resumes

Jianbo Di Photo 1

R&d Scientist At Amcol

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Position:
R&D Scientist at AMCOL
Location:
Greater Chicago Area
Industry:
Plastics
Work:
AMCOL since 2008
R&D Scientist

SABIC Innovative Plastics 2007 - 2008
Lead Product Developer

GE Plastics 2004 - 2007
Product Developer
Education:
Cornell University 1998 - 2003
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Polymer Chemistry
Peking University 1994 - 1998
Bachelor of Science (BS)
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Jianbo Di Palatine, IL

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Work:
AMCOL International

Oct 2008 to 2000
Team Lead

Technology Black Belt

Aug 2007 to Oct 2008
Lead Product Developer

GE Plastics

Jan 2004 to Aug 2007
Product Developer

Education:
Cornell University
2003
Ph.D. in Polymer Chemistry

Beijing University
1998
B.S. in Chemistry

Publications

Us Patents

Transparent Compositions, Methods For The Preparation Thereof, And Articles Derived Therefrom

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US Patent:
7326764, Feb 5, 2008
Filed:
Oct 31, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/263516
Inventors:
Jianbo Di - Evansville IN,
Brian D. Mullen - Mt. Vernon IN,
Paul D. Sybert - Evansville IN,
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
C08G 63/02
US Classification:
528196, 2641761, 264219, 502208, 528198, 528271, 528272
Abstract:
A reaction product comprises a first polyester-polycarbonate comprising a polyester unit and a polycarbonate unit, a second polyester-polycarbonate comprising a polyester unit and a polycarbonate unit, and a transesterification catalyst. The reaction product has a haze of less than 1. 7%, specifically less than 1. 0% as measured at a thickness of 3. 2 mm according to ASTM D1003-00. A thermoplastic composition comprising the reaction product and articles formed from therefrom are disclosed. A method of forming the reaction product is also disclosed.

Thermoplastic Composition, Method Of Making, And Articles Formed Therefrom

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US Patent:
7498398, Mar 3, 2009
Filed:
Mar 21, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/385171
Inventors:
Jianbo Di - Evansville IN,
Brian Mullen - Mt. Vernon IN,
Paul Dean Sybert - Evansville IN,
Assignee:
SABIC Innovative Plastics IP B.V. - Bergen op Zoom
International Classification:
C08G 63/00
C08G 64/00
US Classification:
528196, 2641761, 264219, 4284111, 428412, 528198
Abstract:
A polyacrylate-polycarbonate copolymer comprises a polycarbonate block comprising aromatic carbonate units, and a polyacrylate block derived from a difunctional polyacrylate polymer having the formula Z-(M)-Z wherein M is an acrylate block unit comprising a reaction residue of a (meth)acrylate monomer, a non-(meth)acrylate monomer, or a combination comprising a (meth)acrylate and a non-(meth)acrylate monomer, at least one acrylate block unit is a (meth)acrylate monomer; x is greater than one; and Zand Zare each independently functionalized terminal groups of the formula -(A)-B, wherein B is a reactive group comprising a hydroxy or non-hydroxy group, Aan aliphatic group, an aromatic group, or an aliphatic-aromatic group, y is 0 or 1, Ais free of hydrogen atoms beta to B when B is a hydroxy group, and B and Aare each free of sulfur atoms. A method of making, a thermoplastic composition, and articles are also disclosed.

Photoinitiator Anchored To Silicate And Use Thereof To Prepare Polymer Exfoliated Silicate Nanocomposite

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US Patent:
7659321, Feb 9, 2010
Filed:
Nov 9, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/664998
Inventors:
Dotsevi Y. Sogah - Ithaca NY,
Jianbo Di - Evansville IN,
Xiao-Ping Chen - Bellmore NY,
Assignee:
Cornell Research Foundation, Inc. - Ithaca NY
International Classification:
C08F 4/02
C08F 2/06
C08K 3/22
US Classification:
522 57, 522 68, 522 77, 522 79, 526130, 526154, 524445, 524447
Abstract:
Photoinitiator modified silicate and ethylenically unsaturated monomer are reacted in solvent to cause living polymerization of monomer and exfoliation of silicate layers and cause attachment of silicate layers to polymer chains, thereby providing dispersed homopolymer or block copolymer silicate nanocomposites.

Polysiloxane Copolymers, Thermoplastic Composition, And Articles Formed Therefrom

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US Patent:
7790292, Sep 7, 2010
Filed:
Sep 29, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/537154
Inventors:
Robert Edgar Colborn - Niskayuna NY,
Gary C. Davis - Albany NY,
Jianbo Di - Evansville IN,
Constantin Donea - Evansville IN,
Irene Dris - Clifton Park NY,
Katherine Lee Jackson - Latham NY,
Brian D. Mullen - Mt. Vernon IN,
Laura G. Schultz - Evansville IN,
Moitreyee Sinha - Niskayuna NY,
Paul D. Sybert - Evansville IN,
Assignee:
Sabic Innovative Plastics IP B.V.
International Classification:
C08G 77/14
US Classification:
428447, 525446, 525464, 525474, 528 26
Abstract:
A polysiloxane copolymer composition comprises: a polysiloxane unit comprising 4 to 50 siloxane units, and a polyester-polycarbonate unit consisting of 50 to 100 mole percent of arylate ester units, less than 50 mole percent aromatic carbonate units, less than 30 mole percent resorcinol carbonate units, and less than 35 mole percent bisphenol carbonate units, wherein the siloxane units are present in the polysiloxane unit in an amount of 0. 2 to 10 wt % of the total weight of the polysiloxane copolymer composition, and wherein the polysiloxane copolymer composition has a 2 minute integrated heat release rate of less than or equal to 65 kilowatt-minutes per square meter (kW-min/m) and a peak heat release rate of less than 65 kilowatts per square meter (kW/m) as measured using the method of FAR F25. 4, in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulation FAR 25. 853 (d). A window article for an aircraft, comprising the polysiloxane copolymer composition, is also disclosed.

One-Pot, One-Step In Situ Living Polymerization From Silicate Anchored Multifunctional Initiator

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US Patent:
7902321, Mar 8, 2011
Filed:
Nov 9, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/665157
Inventors:
Dotsevi Y. Sogah - Ithaca NY,
Jianbo Di - Evansville IN,
Assignee:
Cornell Research Foundation, Inc. - Ithaca NY
International Classification:
C08K 3/34
C08K 3/20
C08G 63/48
C08G 63/91
US Classification:
528354, 546232
Abstract:
Silicate anchored multifunctional initiator has moiety initiating ring opening living polymerization of lactone or ethylene oxide or cyclic siloxane monomer and other moiety for initiating living free radical polymerization of ethylenically unsaturated monomer. The monomers are reacted with the initiator in a one-pot, one-step reaction to cause living polymerization of both monomers and exfoliation of silicate layers to provide dispersed block copolymer silicate nanocomposite, with the junction of the two blocks being anchored to silicate layer and each block dangling therefrom.

Lignite-Based Foundry Resins

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US Patent:
8436073, May 7, 2013
Filed:
Jul 22, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/188919
Inventors:
Jianbo Di - Palatine IL,
Joseph M. Fuqua - Fond du Lac WI,
Assignee:
Amcol International - Hoffman Estates IL
International Classification:
B22C 1/22
US Classification:
523139, 523145, 523147
Abstract:
Described herein, in the preferred embodiment, is a leonardite-based polyurethane resin binder that may be used, among other applications, as a binder in combination with foundry aggregate, e. g. , sand, for molding or casting metal parts. The binders described herein comprise a humic substance, preferably leonardite, combined with a polymerizable polyol, an isocyanate, and a polymerization catalyst to make a polyurethane resin binder in situ in a foundry aggregate, such as sand. The lignite is mixed with the polymerizable polyol and dispersing agents as additives to improve the suspension quality and binder performance of the lignite-containing part of the binder components.

Non-Veining Urethane Resins For Foundry Sand Casting

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US Patent:
8623959, Jan 7, 2014
Filed:
May 23, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/113664
Inventors:
Joseph M. Fuqua - Fond du Lac WI,
Jianbo Di - Palatine IL,
International Classification:
C08G 63/48
US Classification:
525 545, 524871
Abstract:
Described herein a method of manufacturing a metal shape that includes contacting a liquid metal and a surface of a foundry core under conditions wherein vein defects occur, the surface of the foundry core comprising a foundry aggregate, a combustible-organic material and a polyurethane resin, and the surface of the foundry core being free of or essentially free of an anti-veining agent; cooling the liquid metal to a temperature below its melting point thereby forming a metal shape; and then removing the foundry core from the metal shape.

Light-Diffusing Films, Backlight Display Devices Comprising The Light-Diffusing Films, And Methods Of Making The Same

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US Patent:
2006026, Nov 23, 2006
Filed:
May 20, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/133983
Inventors:
Christopher Coenjarts - Evansville IN,
Jianbo Di - Evansville IN,
John Graf - Ballston Lake NY,
Emine Gurel - Evansville IN,
David Hartter - Pittsfield MA,
Grant Hay - Evansville IN,
Todd Loehr - Evansville IN,
Philip Peters - Mt. Vernon IN,
Joseph Riello - Pittsfield MA,
Shixiong Zhu - Evansville IN,
International Classification:
C09K 19/00
US Classification:
428001300, 428001100
Abstract:
A light-diffusing film comprises about 90 wt. % to about 99.999 wt. % polycarbonate, wherein the polycarbonate comprises a yellowness index of about 0.8 to about 1.5 as measured in accordance with ASTM E313-73 (D1925); about 0.001 wt. % to about 3 wt. % light-diffusing particles; wherein weight percents are based on a total weight of the light-diffusing film; and wherein the light-diffusing film comprises a light transmission of about 45% to about 65% as measured in accordance with ASTM D1003-00, and a hiding power of 0 to about 0.5.
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