Patents and Publications

Listed below are Dr. Meirowitz’s many patents and publications. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!

Patents

    1. System and method for using a force model to control process configurations for the encapsulation of a web
      US Patent Application No. 20090181589 (publication) – 07/16/2009
    2. Water-wettable chromatographic media for solid phase extraction
      US Patent No. 6,726,842 – 04/27/2004
    3. Water-wettable chromatographic media for solid phase extraction
      US Patent No. 6,468,422 – 10/22/2002
    4. Water-wettable chromatographic media for solid phase extraction
      US Patent No. 6,254,780 – 07/03/2001
    5. Water-wettable chromatographic media for solid phase extraction
      US Patent No. 6,106,721 – 08/22/2000
    6. Absorbent structure comprising superabsorbent , staple fiber, and binder fiber
      US patent No. 6,046,377 – 04/04/2000
    7. Water-wettable chromatographic media for solid phase extraction
      US Patent No. 5,976,367 – 11/02/1999
    8. Water-wettable chromatographic media for solid phase extraction
      US Patent No. 5,882,521 – 03/16/1999
    9. Interlabial Sanitary Pad
      US Patent No. 5,484,429 – 01/16/1996
    10. Nonwoven webs containing shaped fibers
      US Patent No. 5,458,963 – 10/17/1995
    11. Nonwoven fabric having durable wettability
      US Patent No. 5,439,734 – 08/08/1995
    12. Absorbent structure for masking and distributing a liquid
      US Patent No. 5,342,336 – 08/30/1994
    13. Nonwoven web containing shaped fibers
      US Patent No. 5,314,743 – 05/24/1994
    14. Polyolefin articles
      US Patent No. 5,258,221 – 11/02/1993
    15. Method of making polyolefin articles
      US Patent No. 5,200,130 – 04/06/1993
    16. Polyester articles
      US Patent No. 5,175,050 – 12/29/1992
    17. Method of Providing a Polyester article with a hydrophilic surface
      US Patent No. 5,130,073 – 07/14/1992
    18. Enhanced soil removal from paper machine forming fabrics
      US Patent No. 4,822,454 – 04/18/1989

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Publications

  1. Chapter 5 “Microencapsulation technology for coating and lamination of textiles” Smart textile coatings and laminates, Ed. William Smith; Woodhead Publishing Limited, Abington Hall, Abington, Cambridge, U.K  2010
  2. Mystery Variable Part II: – MVTR Testing, Meirowitz, R.E., AATCC Review – 2004, 4, No. 3, 39-42
  3. Mystery Variable Part I, Meirowitz, R.E., AATCC Review – 2004, 4, No. 2, 12-15
  4. Water Proosistance, Meirowitz, R.E., AATCC Review – 2003, 3, No. 3, 19-22
  5. High Performance Cotton Through Encapsulation, Meirowitz, R.E., net@textile.com, Points to Consider, 2001.
  6. Precision Placement of Thin Polymeric Silicone Films Within Fabrics Meirowitz, R.E., J. of Coated Fabrics, 1998, 27, 219 – 236.
  7. Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Oxidatively Promoted Alkyl to Acyl Migratory Insertion Reactions, Meirowitz, R.E., Thesis, 1983.
  8. Studies of the Oxidatively Promoted Carbonylation of h5-Cp(CO)(L)FeMe in Methylene Chloride. Application of the Quantitative Analysis of Ligand Effects (QALE). Green, J.E., Meirowitz, R.E., Hoffman, S.L., Woska, D.C., Wilson, M., Chang, R., Chen, X.J., Magnuson, R.H., Eriks, K., Prock, A., Giering, W.P., Organometallics, 1991, 10, 3479 – 3485.
  9. Mechanism of the Metathesis between Carbon Tetrachloride and the (h -allyl) Iron complexes, a Radical Chain Reaction of Overall Five Thirds order Lee, M.T., Waterman, P.S., Magnuson, R.H., Meirowitz, R.E., Prock, A., Giering, W.P., Organometallics, 1988, 7, 10, 2146 – 2149.
  10. Electrochemical Studies of the Cationic Radical (h5 – MeC5H4)(CO)(MeOH)FeCOME+, Golivin, N.G., Meirowitz, R.E., Rahman, Md.M., Liu, H.Y., Prock, A., Giering, W.P., Organometallics, 1987, 6, 2285 – 2289.
  11. Redox Catalyzed Carbonylation, Magnuson, R.H., Meirowitz, R.E., Zulu, S.J., Giering, W.P., Organometallics, 1982, 2, 460 – 462.
  12. Oxidatively Promoted Alkyl to Acyl Migratory Insertion: A Thermodynamic Assessment for Iron Methyl Complexes, Magnuson, R.H., Meirowitz, R.E., Zulu, S.J., Giering, W.P., J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1982, 104, 5790 – 5791.

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