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  Jian QinPh.D

Research Technical Leader of Kimberly-Clark Corporation

USA

 

 

 

Publications

 

 

Published Research Papers

  1. "Envirtonmentally-Safe and Transparent Superhydrophobic Coatings", Green Chemistry, 2016, 18, 2185 (2016)

  2. "The Fluid Diode: Tunable Unidirectional Flow through Porous Substrates", Applied Materials & Interfaces, 6, 12838-12843 (2014)

  3. "Water-Based Superhydrophobic Coatings for Nonwoven and Cellulosic Substrates," Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2014, 53, 222-227 (2013)

  4. "Water-Based, Nonfluorinated Dispersions for Environmentally Benign, Large-Area, Superhydrophobic Coatings," Applied Materials & Interfaces, 5, 13419-13425 (2013)

  5. “Toughening of Glassy Polymers by Prepackaged Deformation-Activated Diluents,” J. Applied Polymer Sci., 71, 1469, (1999)

  6. “Toughening of Glassy Polystyrene Through Ternary Blending That Combines Low Molecular Weight Polybutadiene Diluents and ABS or HIPS-Type Composite Particles,” J. Applied Polymer Sci., 71, 2319, (1999)

  7. “Diffusion and Microporous Structure of Acrylic Blend Fibers During the Coagulation Process,” Textile Research Journal, 65, 10, 570 (1995) 

  8.  "The Method of Measuring Macromolecular Entanglements of Polymers Using Swelling Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)," J. Applied Polymer Sci., 51, 1433 (1994)

  9.  "Studies on Macromolecular Entanglement. II. Modification of Macromolecular Entanglements by Heat Treatment,"  J. Applied Polymer Sci., 47, 1881, (1993)

  10. "Macromolecular Entanglement. III. Textural Development of Acrylic Fibers," J. Applied Polymer Sci., 45, 871, (1992)

  11. "The Enhancement of Microvoids in Acrylic Fibers,"  J. Applied Polymer Sci., 44, 1095, (1992)

  12. "Studies of Macromolecular Entanglements. I. Melting Behavior of Swelling Polymers with Macromolecular Entanglements,"  J. Applied Polymer Sci.,  42, 1155 (1991)

  13. "Interpenetrating Polymer Networks in Acrylic Blend Fibers," "Advances in Interpenetrating Polymer Networks," Edited by D. Klempner and K. Frisch, Technomic Publishing Company, Vol. II,  P205 (1990)

  14. "Toughening of Glassy(Polymers by Pre-Packaged, Stress Activated Diluents," Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering, 63, 1, (1990)

  15. "Low Molecular Weight Rubber Toughened Polystyrenes," Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering, 63, 6, (1990)

  16. "Relation between Microporous Structure of PAN/AS Blend Fibers and Sequence Distribution of AS Copolymers,"  Textile Research Journal, 57, 8, 433 (1987)

  17. "Compatibility and Water-Retentive Properties of Polyacrylonitrile/Polyvinyl Acetate Copolymer Blends and Their Fibers," Journal of Polymer Engineering, 7, 3, 113 (1987)

  18. "Thermal Analysis of Fibers, Part III, Basic Thermal Analytical Results of Swollen Acrylic Fibers," International Polymer Processing, 1, 1, 123 (1987)

  19. "Characterization of Blend Acrylic Fiber's Structures," Chinese Journal of Polymer Science, (English Edition), 4,  4, 322 (1987)

  20. “Basic Thermal Analytical Results of Swollen Acrylic Fibers,” Journal of China Textile University, 13, 5, 1 (1987)

  21. "Study of Mechanism of Microvoid Formation in Acrylic Blend Fibers during Coagulation Process," Journal of East China Institute of Textile Science and Technology, English Edition, 2, 30 (1985)

  22. "Diffusion and Microvoid Structure in Blend Acrylic Fiber during Wet Spinning Process," Journal of China Textile University, (English Edition), 2, 15 (1986)

  23. "Study of Blend Acrylic Fibers' Structure and Properties: I. Fiber’s Structure," Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering, 1, 1, 44 (1985)

  24. "Study of Blend Acrylic Fibers' Structure and Properties: II. Fiber’s Properties," Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering, 1, 2, 34 (1985)

  25. "Effects of Added Polymers on Structure and Properties of their Blend Acrylic Fibers," Journal of China Textile University, 12, 4, 23 (1986)

  26. “Relationship between Compatibility and Water Retentive Properties of Polyacrylonitrile Copolymer and Polyvinyl Acetate Copolymer Blend Fibers,” Polymer Materials Science and Engineering, 2, 6, 22 (1986)

  27. "Relation between Hydrophilic Properties of PAN/AS Blend Fibers and Compatibility of PAN/AS Blends," Journal of East China Institute of Textile Science and Technology, 11, 5, 11 (1985)

  28. "Effects of Coagulation Conditions on Structure and Properties of Blend Acrylic Fibers," Synthetic Fiber Industry, 3, 11, (1986)

  29. "Determination of Diffusion Coefficients of Acrylic Blend Fibers," Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering,  3, 2, 50 (1987)

  30. "Relation between Diffusion Coefficients and Microvoid Structure of Acrylic Blend Fibers," Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering, 3, 3, 53 (1987)

  31. "Void Structure in Acrylic Fiber: Its Prevention and Enhancement," International Man-Made Fibers Congress, Dornbin, Austria, (1988)

  32. "Entanglement as an Element of Polymer Texture," 3rd Annual Meeting of Polymer Processing Society,  Stuttgart, West Germany, (1987)

  33. “Relationship between AS Copolymer Composition and Sequence Order and PAN/AS Blend Fiber Microporous Structure,” Journal of Textile Research, 7, 8, 13 (1986)

  34. "Hydrophilization of Synthetic Fibers," Textile Technology Overseas, 3, 16 (1983)

 

Patents

(Only US Patents Are Listed)

  1. "Process for Applying High Viscosity Composition to A Sheet with High Bulk", US 9,580,869 B2, Feb. 28, 2017

  2. "Modified Cellulosic Fibers Having Reduced Hydrogen Bonding", US 9,416,494 B2, August 16, 2016

  3. "Multilayered Tissue Having Reduced Hydrogen Bonding", US 9,410,292 B2, August 9, 2016

  4. "Superhydrophobic Surfaces", US 9,364,859 B2, June 14, 2016

  5. "Superhydrophobic Compositions", US 9,217,094 B2, December 22, 2015

  6. "Tissue Having Reduced Hydrogen Bonding", US 9,127,408 B2, Sep. 8, 2015

  7. "Soft Tissue Having Reduced Hydrogen Bonding", US 8,980,054 B2, Mar. 17, 2015

  8. "Method of Making Substrates Comprising Frothed Benefit Agents", US 8,916,012, December 23, 2014

  9. "Soft Tissue Having Reduced Hydrogen Bonding", US 8,834,679 B2, September 16, 2014

  10. "High Bulk Tissue Comprising Expandable Microspheres", US 8,679,296 B2, March 25, 2014

  11. "Low-Density Web and Method of Applying an Additive Composition Thereto", US 8,445,393 B2, May 21, 2013

  12. "Foaming Hand Sponge with Color Change Indicator", US 8,343,908 B2, Jan. 1, 2013

  13. "Superabsorbent Polymer Compositions Having a Triggering Composition", US 8,318,306 B2, Nov. 27, 2012

  14. "Absorbent Materials and Absorbent Articles Incorporating Such Absorbent Material", US 8,269,060 B2, Sep. 18, 2012

  15. "Absorbent Composites Having Improved Fluid Wicking and Web Integrity", US 8,039,683 B2, Oct. 18, 2011

  16. "Absorbent Structure with Superabsorbent Material", US 8,021,998 B2, Sept. 20, 2011

  17. "Absorbent Composition Having Multiple Surface Treatments", US 7,994,384 B2, August 9, 2011

  18. "Absorbent Articles Comprising Absorbent Materials Exhibiting Deswell/Reswell", US 7,977,531 B2, July 12, 2011

  19. "Absorbent Articles Comprising Absorbent Materials Exhibiting Deswell/Reswell", US 7,977,530 B2, July 12, 2011

  20. "Absorbent Structure Comprising Synergistic Components for Superabsorbent Polymer", US 7,820,873 B2, Oct. 26, 2010

  21. "Stretchable Absorbent Composite wit Low Superabsorbent Shake-Out", US 7,772,456 B2, Aug. 10, 2010

  22. Absorbent Materials and Absorbent Articles Incorporating Such Absorbent Materials, US 7,696,401 B2, April 13, 2010

  23. Stretchable Absorbent Composites Having High Permeability, US 7,662,745 B2, Feb. 16, 2010

  24. Crosslinked Carboxyalkyl Cellulose Fibers Having Permanent and Non-permanent Crosslinks, US 7,608,167 B2, Oct. 27, 2009

  25. Methods for the Preparation of Crosslinked Carboxyalkyl Cellulose Fibers Having Permanent and Non-permanent Crosslinks, US 7,604,714 B2, Oct. 20, 2009

  26. “Structure Having Balanced pH Profile,” US 7,317,135 B2, Jan. 8, 2008

  27. “Nonabsorbent Surge Layer Having Discrete Regions of Superabsorbent and Method for Making,” US 7,189,888 B2, March 13, 2007

  28. “Damage-Resistant Superabsorbent Materials,” US 7,179,851 B2, Feb. 20, 2007

  29. “Structure Having Balanced pH Profile,” US 7,012,105 B2, March 14, 2006

  30. “Absorbent Composition Containing Transitional Crosslinking Points,” US 6,998,367 B2, Feb. 14, 2006

  31. “Absorbent Composition,” US 6,951,895 B1, Oct. 4, 2005

  32. “High Stiffness Absorbent Polymers Having Improved Absorbency Rates and Method for Making the Same,” US 6,939,914 B2, Sept. 5, 2005

  33. “Method of Making an Absorbent Composite,” US 6,863,924 B2, March 8, 2005

  34. “Process of Making a Nonwoven Web,” US 6,824,729 B2, Nov. 30, 2004

  35. “Fluid Storage Material Including Particles Secured with a Crosslinkable Binder Composition and Method of Making Same,” US 6,822,135 B2, Nov. 23, 2004

  36. “Absorbent Materials Having Improved Absorbent Properties,” US 6,706,944 B2, March 16, 2004

  37. “Absorbent Composites Exhibiting Swelling/Deswelling Properties,” US 6,696,618 B2, Feb. 24, 2004

  38. “Synthetic Fiber Nonwoven Web and Method,” US 6,692,825 B2, Feb. 17, 2004

  39. “Absorbent Materials Having Improved Fluid Intake and Lock-Up Properties,” US 6,689,934 B2, Feb. 10, 2004

  40. “Fibrous Materials Containing Activating Agents for Making Superabsorbent Polymers,” US 6,677,256 B1, Jan. 13, 2004

  41. “Structure Having Balanced pH Profile,” US 6,639,120 B1, Oct. 28, 2003

  42. “Synthetic Fiber Nonwoven Web and Method,” US 6,620,503 B2, Sept. 16, 2003

  43. “Fibrous Absorbent Material and Methods of Making the Same,” US 6,603,054 B2, August 5, 2003

  44. “Synthetic Fiber Nonwoven Web and Method,” US 6,469,130 B1, Oct. 22, 2002

  45. “Absorbent Structure and Method,” US 6,329,565 B1, Dec. 11, 2001

  46. “Fibrous Absorbent Material and Methods of Making the Same,” US 6,261,679 B1, July 17, 2001

  47. “Antimicrobial Structure,” US 6,197,322 B1, March 6, 2001

  48. “Absorbent Foam,” US 5,985,434 A, Nov. 16, 1999

  49. “Process for Preparing an Absorbent Foam,” US 5,948,829 A, Sept. 7, 1999

  50. “Chitosan Salts Having Improved Absorbent Properties and Process for the Preparation Thereof,” US 5,599,916 A, Feb. 4, 1997

  51. “Modified Polysaccharides Having Improved Absorbent Properties and Process for the Preparation Thereof,” US 5,550,189 A, August 27, 1996

  52. “Thin Absorbent Article Having Rapid Uptake of Liquid”, US 5,509,915 A, April 23, 1996

  53.  “Modified Polysaccharides Having Improved Absorbent Properties and Process for the Preparation Thereof”, US 5,498,705 A, March 12, 1996

  54. “Process for the Preparation of Modified Polysaccharides Having Improved Absorbent Properties,” US 5,470,964 A, Nov. 28, 1995

  55. “Tough Polymer Compositions,” US 5,223,574 A, June 29, 1993

  56. “Tough Polymer Compositions,” US 5,115,028 A, May 19, 1992

 

   

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