Patents and Publications

A. A. Parker creates intellectual property for business development.

Bio-Based Adhesives & Binders Patents

  • Parker; Anthony A.; Marcinko, Joseph J., “Protein-Containing Adhesives, and Manufacture and Use Thereof,” U.S. Patent 9,416,303, August 16, 2016.
  • Parker; Anthony A.; Marcinko, Joseph J., “Protein-Containing Emulsions and Adhesives, and Manufacture and Use Thereof,” U.S. Patent 9,309,444, April 12, 2016.
  • Parker; Anthony A.; Marcinko, Joseph J., “Protein-Containing Adhesives, and Manufacture and Use Thereof,” U.S. Patent 8,916,668, December 23, 2014.
  • Parker; Anthony A.; Marcinko, Joseph J., “Protein-Containing Foams, Manufacture and Use Thereof,” U.S. Patent 8,623,931, January 7, 2014.
  • Parker; Anthony A.; Marcinko, Joseph J., “Protein-Containing Emulsions and Adhesives, and Manufacture and Use Thereof,” U.S. Patent 8,519,031, August 27, 2013.

Music Patents

  • Parker, A. A., Rohrbacher, P. J., “Musical Instrument Strings and Method of Making the Same,” U.S. Patent 6,348,646, 2002. [view patent]
  • Parker, A. A., “Organosilane Surface Treated Musical Instrument Strings and Method of Making the Same,” U. S. Patent 7,476,791, January 13, 2009.

Safety Glass Patents

  • Park, H., Strickler, D. A., Parker, A. A., “Vinyl Chloride-Allyl Ether Copolymers and Method of Producing the Same,” U.S. Patent 5,641,845, June, 1997.
  • Parker, A. A., Park, H., “Copolymers of Vinyl Chloride-Allyl Glycidyl Ether, a Vinyl Ester, and an Unsaturated Organic Trifunctional Silane and Method of Making the Same,” U.S. Patent 5,747,617.
  • Park, H., Strickler, D. A., Parker, A. A., “Vinyl Chloride Copolymers and Method of Producing the Same,” U.S. Patent 5,756,617, 1998.
  • Park, H., Parker, A. A., “Vinyl Chloride Copolymers with Monoallyl Ethers of Polyhydric Alcohols,” U.S. Patent 5,756,626.
  • Park, H., Strickler, D. A., Parker, A. A., “Laminated Glazing Unit Comprising Copolymers of Vinyl Chloride, Allyl Glycidyl Ether, and a Vinyl Ester, and Method of Making the Same,” U.S. Patent 5,858,542.
  • Purvis, M. B., Holmes, P., Scott, J., MacLachlan, J., Parker, A. A., “Plasticized Polyvinyl Chloride and Interlayer Thereof,” U.S. Patent 5,912,082.
  • Purvis, M. B., Parker, A. A., Strickler, D. A., “Laminated Glazing Unit with Polyvinyl Chloride Interlayer,” U.S. Patent 6,001,462, December 14, 1999.
  • Parker, A. A., “Laminated Glazing Unit,” S. Patent 4,911,984, Assigned to Libbey Owens Ford Company, Toledo, OH, March 1990.
  • Parker, A. A., Strickler, D. A., Park, H., “Laminated Structure Containing Interlayer of Vinyl Chloride Copolymer,” U.S. Patent 5,863,656, 1999.
  • Parker, A. A., Strickler, D. A., Bartus, S. P., Wolke, S. M., “Self-Adhering Polyvinyl Chloride Safety Glass Interlayer,” U.S. Patent 5,593,786, Jan. 14, 1997.
  • Purvis, M. B., Parker, A. A., Holmes, P. A., MacLachlan, J. B., Scott, J. R., Negishi, Y., “Plasticized Polyvinylchloride and Interlayer Thereof,” United States Patent 6,180,246, 2001.

Ceramics Patents

  • Parker, A. A., Anderson, E. M., Stanzione, T.S., “Surface Treated Ceramic Powders,” United States Patent 5,348,760, September, 1994.
  • Horn, W., Balaba, W., Parker, A. A., “Surface Treating Aluminum Trihydrate Powders with Prehydrolyzed Silane,” U. S. patent 5,543,173, Aug. 6, 1996.
  • Parker, A. A., Stanzione, T., Armstrong, G. H., Phelps, F., “Densified Ceramic Green Sheet and Stack Having Conductors Therein,” United States Patent 5,252,655, October 1993.

Coatings and Flooring Patents

  • Parker, A. A., Shost, J., Sabo, R., Wootten, S., Rohrbacher, P., Dempsey, B., “Laminated Glass Floor Tile and Flooring Made Therefrom and Method for Making Same,” U.S. Patent 6,413,618, 2002.
  • MacQueen, R., Burcham, L, Sciangola, D., Parker, A. A., “Coating Having Macroscopic Texture and Process for Making Same,” U.S. Patent 6,399,670, 2002.
  • MacQueen, R., Burcham, L, Smith, D., Parker, A. A., “Coating Having Macroscopic Texture” U.S. Patent 6,730,388, 2002; 6,790,512, 2004.
  • Parker, A. A., Janini, T., “Surface Treated Embossing Catalyst and the Use Thereof,” U.S. Patent 6,746,625, 2004.
  • MacQueen, R. C., Janini, T. E., Parker, A. A., “Method for Making Differential Gloss Coverings,” U.S. Patent 6,759,096, 2004.

Adhesives Patents

  • Marcinko, J. J., Parker, A. A., Gillis, H. R., “Alternative Moisture Cure Catalysts and Cold Cured Polyisocyanate Adhesives Prepared Therefrom,” U.S. Patent 6,878,795, 2005.
  • Stumphauzer, W. C., Parker, A. A., “Hybrid Plastisol/Hot Melt Packaging Adhesive,” U.S. Patent 7,285,583 B2, October 23, 2007.
  • Stumphauzer, W. C., Parker, A. A., “Adhesive Composition,” U.S. Patent 7,501,468, March 10, 2009.
  • Stumphauzer, W. C., Parker, A. A., “Pumpable Heat-Processable Liquid Dispersions for Forming Fused Thermoplastic Solids,” U.S. Patent 7,772,313, August 10, 2010.
  • Jorgenson, Michael W. (Quincy, IL); Alessio, David J. (Amherst, OH); Dipre, Samuel (Amherst, OH); Heyde, Kenneth E. (Wellington, OH); Krotine, Jeffrey C. (Strongsville, OH); Parker, Anthony A. (Newtown, PA); Stumphauzer, William C. (Avon, OH); Wolf, Joseph J. (Avon, OH); “Energy Activated Room Temperature-Pumpable Polymer Compositions and Devices for Activating and Dispensing the Same,” U. S. Patent 8,691,046; April 8, 2014.
  • Jorgenson, Michael W. (Quincy, IL); Alessio, David J.(Amherst, OH); Dipre, Samuel (Amherst, OH); Heyde, Kenneth E. (Wellington, OH); Krotine, Jeffrey C. (Strongsville, OH); Parker, Anthony A. (Newtown, PA); Stumphauzer, William C. (Avon, OH); Wolf, Joseph J. (Avon, OH); “Energy Activated Room Temperature-Pumpable Polymer Compositions and Devices for Activating and Dispensing the Same,” U. S. Patent 9,353,297; May 31, 2016.

Cosmetics Patents

  • Hollenberg, J., Parker, A. A., “Cosmetic Compositions Containing Organophosphonic Acid Coated Particulates and Methods of Producing the Same,” U. S. Patent 7,387,795, June 17, 2008.

Surface Treatment Patents

  • Parker, Anthony A. (Mantua, NJ); Marcinko, Joseph J. (Mantua, NJ); Adamsky, Franklin A. (Decatur, AL); Hartong, Bradley H. (Decatur, AL); Enomoto, Takashi (Osaka, JP); “Repellent composition containing graft copolymer, graft copolymer and method of preparing graft copolymer,” U.S. Patent 7,968,662; June 28, 2011.

 
Publications

  • Parker, A. A., and Marcinko, J., “Reactive 2-Part Water-Based Dispersions Made with PMDI and Canola Meal,” of the Am. Chem. Soc., Polym. Mat. Sci. and Eng., 2012, 107, pp. 491-492.
  • Parker, A. A., and Wagler, T., “Solid State NMR Studies of a Hydrophobic Surface Treatment for TiO2: n-Octyl Phosphonic Acid,” in Silanes and other Coupling Agents, Volume 5, K. L. Mittal (Ed.), VSP/Brill, Leiden, The Netherlands, 2009, pp. 323-331.
  • Parker, A. A., Hollenberg, J., Marcinko, J. J., Rinaldi, P., Wagler, T., “Comparative Studies of Hydrophobic Surface Treatments for Titanium Dioxide: n-octylphosphonic acid and n-octyltriethoxysilane,” Silanes and other Coupling Agents, Volume 4, K. L. Mittal, Editor, VSP BV, The Netherlands, 2007, pp. 399-409.
  • Parker, A. A., “Musical Instrument Strings and Corrosion: A Comparative Study of Aminosilane and Benzotriazole Surface Treatments,” Silanes and other Coupling Agents, Volume 3, K. L. Mittal, Editor, VSP BV, The Netherlands, 2004, pp. 161-176.
  • Parker, A. A., “Polymer Science and Guitar Strings: Keeping the Music Alive with Surface Chemistry,” Proc. of the Am. Chem. Soc., Polym. Mat. Sci. and Eng., 2004, 91.
  • Parker, A. A., “The Effect of Silane Hydrolysis on Aluminum Oxide Dispersion Stability in Ceramics Processing,” Adhesion Sci. and Tech., 2002, 16, 679-701.
Organosilanes are commonly used as “coupling agents” for dissimilar materials.
The mechanism of this interaction can sometimes be surprising…
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Parker, A. A., Kolek, P. L., Journal of Adhesion, 2000, 73, 197-214.

 

  • Parker, A. A., Kolek, P. L., “Characterization of Poly(aminosiloxane) Surface Chemistry on Aluminum Oxide,” Journal of Adhesion, 2000, 73, 197-214.
  • Parker, A. A., MacLachlan, J., “The Relationship between Silane Hydrolysis and Polymer Adhesion to Glass as Studied by 13C Solid State NMR,” in Silanes and Other Coupling Agents, Volume 2, K.L. Mittal, Editor, VSP BV, The Netherlands, 2000, pp. 27-40.
  • Parker, A. A., “The Pitfalls of Patenting Polymers,” Today’s Chemist at Work, November 1997, 6(10), 21-24.
  • Parker, A. A., “Synthesis and Properties of Poly(vinylchloride-co-trimethylolpropane monoallylether),” Appl. Polym. Sci., 1997, 66, 1603-1612.
  • Parker, A. A., “Effect of Poly(vinylbutyral-co-vinyl alcohol) Tacticity on Alumina Powder Surface Adsorption,” Macromolecules, 1994, 27, 7363-7368.
  • Marcinko, J. J., Parker, A. A., Rinaldi, P., Ritchey, W. M., “Applications of NMR Cross Polarization/Modulus Correlations to a Series of Polyurethane Elastomers,” Appl. Polym. Sci., 1994, 51, 1777-1780.
  • Parker, A. A., Dando, N. R., Martin, E. S., Clever, T. R., “Aluminum Trihydroxide (ATH) as a Filler for Transparent UV Curable Polymers,” Proceedings from the International UV/EB Processing Conference and Exhibition, May 1-5, 1994, Volume 1, pp. 537-549.
  • Parker, A. A., Martin, E. S., Clever, T.R., “Aluminum Trihydroxide (ATH): A UV Transparent Filler for UV Curable Polymers,” Journal of Coatings Technology, 1994, 66 (829), 39.
  • Armstrong, G. H., Johnson, L., Parker, A. A., “The Effect of Polymeric Steric Stabilizers on the Settling of Alumina,” Appl. Polym. Sci., 1994, 52, 997-1004.
  • Parker, A. A., Armstrong, G. H., Hedrick, D. P., “NMR and Sedimentation Studies of a Polymeric Steric Stabilizer for Alumina,” Appl. Polym. Sci., 1993, 47, 1999-2003.
  • Parker, A., A., Marcinko, J. J., Rinaldi, P., Hedrick, D. P., Ritchey, W. M., “A Relationship between NMR Cross Polarization Rates and Dynamic Storage Modulae of Polymers,” Appl. Polym. Sci., 1993, 48, 677-681.
  • Parker, A. A., Kolek, P. L., Ahern, A. M., Balaba, W., Armstrong, G. H., “Characterization of Poly(aminosiloxane) Degradation at the Alumina Powder Interface,” of the Am. Chem. Soc., Polym. Mat. Sci. and Eng., 68 (1), 1993.
  • Parker, A. A., Wilhelmy, D. M., Daunch, W., “NMR Studies of Solvent Dynamics in High Solids Alumina Slurries,” Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.: Flow and Microstructure of Dense Suspensions, 1993, 289, 43.
  • Parker, A. A., Opalka, S. M., Dando, N. R., Weaver, D. G., Price, P. L., “Studies of Polymer Mobility in Composite Blends of Poly(vinylbutyral) and Alumina,” Appl. Polym. Sci., 1993, 50.
  • Marcinko, J. J., Parker, A. A., Rinaldi, P., Ritchey, W. M., “Correlations of Dynamic Modulus and NMR Cross Polarization Constants for a Series of Elastomers,” of the Am. Chem. Soc., Polym. Mat. Sci. and Eng., 1993, 68 (1), 266.
  • Marcinko, J. J., Parker, A. A., Ritchey, W. M., “Correlations Involving Modulae and Cross Polarization Time Constants for a Series of Polyurethane Elastomers,” Appl. Polym. Sci., 1992, 45, 391.
  • Parker, A. A., Hedrick, D. P., Ritchey, W. M., “NMR Studies of Plasticizer Motions in a Polymer Matrix,” Macromolecules, 1992, 25, 3365.
  • Parker, A. A., Sun, J., Ahern, A. M., Stanzione, T., Wilhelmy, D., Armstrong, G. H., Marcinko, J. J., “Effect of Dispersion State on Ceramic Green Body Morphology,” Preprints, 1992, 33(1) 1210.
  • Parker, A. A., Hedrick, D. P., Marcinko, J. J., Ritchey, W. M., “NMR Studies of Plasticizer Motion in a Polymer Matrix,” Polymer Preprints, 1992, 33(1), 126.
  • Parker, A. A., Hedrick, D. P., Ritchey, W. M., “Studies of Thermal Transition Behavior in Plasticized Poly(vinylbutyral-co-vinyl alcohol) with Solid State NMR and Thermal Analysis Techniques,” Appl. Polym. Sci., 1992, 46, 295.
  • Parker, A. A., Tsai, M. Y., Biresaw, G., Stanzione, T., Armstrong, G. H., Marcinko, J. J., “Settling Behavior of Alumina Dispersions and Resultant Green Body Characteristics: Solvent, Binder, and Dispersant Competition in Model Systems,” Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., 1992, 249, 273.
  • Parker, A. A., Strohmeier, B. R., Sun, Y. N., “PMMA Tacticity and Alumina Powder Dispersion Stability,” Bull., 1992, 29, 669-674.
  • Parker, A. A., Shieh, Y. T., Ritchey, W. M., “Antiplasticization in the Glassy States of Poly(vinyl butyral) and Poly(2,6-dimethylphenylene oxide),” Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., 1991, 215, 119.
  • Parker, A. A., Marcinko, J. J., Shieh, Y. T., Hedrick, D. P., Ritchey, W. M., “A Preliminary Correlation between Macroscopic and Microscopic Polymer Properties: Dynamic Storage Modulus vs. CP/MAS Cross Polarization Rates,” Appl. Polym. Sci., 1990, 40, 1717.
  • Shieh, Y. T., Parker, A. A., Marcinko, J. J., Ritchey, W. M., “A Molecular Level Approach to Polymer Macroscopic Properties,” Preprints, 1990, 31(1), 174.
  • Marcinko, J. J., Parker, A. A., Shieh, Y. T., Ritchey, W. M., “Variable Temperature Spin Lattice Relaxation in the Study of the Local Chain Dynamics of Polyurethane Elastomers,” Polym. Sci., Polym. Lett., 1990, 28, 301.
  • Parker, A. A., Marcinko, J. J., Hedrick, D. P., Shieh, Y. T., Shields, C., Ritchey, W. M., “Studies of Polymer Morphology with Carbon 13 Inversion Recovery Cross Polarization Solid State NMR,” Polymer Bulletin, 1989, 21, 229.
  • Parker, A. A., Studies of Polymer Morphology and Molecular Motions with Solid State NMR and Thermal Analysis, Ph.D. Dissertation, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, 1989.
  • Parker, A. A., Piirma, I., “Synthesis of poly(vinyl alcohol-g-4-vinyl pyridine hydrochloride) for Use as a Surfactant in the Emulsion Polymerization of MMA,” Polymer Bulletin, 1986, 16, 55.
  • Parker, A. A., Synthesis and Application of Polymeric Surfactants in the Emulsion Polymerization of Methyl Methacrylate, M.S. Thesis, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio, 1986.

 
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