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  • 102 Luden Ave, Munroe Falls, OH 44262 (330) 688-6089
  • Marathon, FL
  • Akron, OH
  • Saint Marys, PA
  • Cuyahoga Falls, OH
  • 102 Luden Ave, Munroe Falls, OH 44262 (330) 501-4379

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Company: M&g polymers usa, llc - Sharon Center, OH Jun 2001 Position: Senior scientist

Education

School / High School: INDIANA UNIVERSITY- Bloomington, IN 1981 Specialities: Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry

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Kevin Rollick Munroe Falls, OH

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Work:
M&G Polymers USA, LLC
Sharon Center, OH
Jun 2001 to Nov 2010
Senior Scientist

Shell Chemical Company
Akron, OH
Dec 1992 to Jun 2001
Senior R&D Chemist

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
Akron, OH
Dec 1981 to Dec 1992
Senior Research Chemist

Education:
INDIANA UNIVERSITY
Bloomington, IN
1981
Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry

INDIANA UNIVERSITY of PENNSYLVANIA
Indiana, PA
1975
B.S. in Chemistry

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Publications

Us Patents

Process For Fast Heat-Up Polyesters

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US Patent:
6660792, Dec 9, 2003
Filed:
Dec 14, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/736817
Inventors:
Freddie Lee Massey - Uniontown OH
George Aaron Deisz - Akron OH
Kevin Rollick - Munroe Falls OH
William C. Tung - Tallmadge OH
Assignee:
M G USA Corporation - Apple Grove WV
International Classification:
C08J 300
US Classification:
524414, 524115, 524435, 524439
Abstract:
A thermoplastic composition, such as PET, contains an inert iron compound such as FeP, FeSi, or combinations thereof, having no chemical activity in the PET, with or without certain quantities of elemental metals, such as antimony, and a reducing agent or other stabilizer such as phosphite or phosphoric acid. A method for forming this composition is also disclosed. The composition may also optionally contain a color stabilizer, a DEG inhibitor and stress crack inhibiting agents.

Bis-(2,5-Polythio-1,3,4-Thiadiazoles), Rubbers Containing Such Compounds, And A Method Of Preparation Of Bis-(2,5-Polythio-1,3,4-Thiadiazoles)

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US Patent:
5567821, Oct 22, 1996
Filed:
May 5, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/435507
Inventors:
Joseph A. Kuczkowski - Munroe Falls OH
Michael B. Rodgers - Akron OH
Kevin L. Rollick - Munroe Falls OH
Assignee:
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company - Akron OH
International Classification:
C07D51318
US Classification:
548126
Abstract:
This invention relates to bis-(2,5-polythio-1,3,4-thiadiazoles), a method for their preparation and their use in rubber compounds. Use of these compounds provide for excellent vulcanization of rubbers and result in an improved final rubber vulcanizate possessing good physical properties.

Free Radical Cured Rubber Employing Acrylate Or Methacrylate Esters Of Hydroxybenzene And Hydroxynaphthalene Compounds As Co-Curing Agents

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US Patent:
5310811, May 10, 1994
Filed:
Sep 22, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/124787
Inventors:
Kirkwood S. Cottman - Akron OH
Kevin L. Rollick - Munroe Falls OH
Assignee:
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company - Akron OH
International Classification:
C08F 800
US Classification:
525305
Abstract:
Free radically curable rubbers are crosslinked with the aid of a free radical initiator and a co-curing agent, which is an acrylate or methacrylate ester of a hydroxybenzene or hydroxynaphthalene compound containing two or more hydroxyl groups, at least two of which are esterified. The rubbers which are used in the present invention are natural rubber and synthetic rubbers derived from a diene monomer. Preferred co-curing agents are acrylate and methacrylate esters of hydroxybenzene compounds in which the ester contains two or three acrylate or methacrylate groups per molecule. The amount of co-curing agent may be about 1-50 parts by weight per one hundred parts by weight of rubber (phr). Outstanding abrasion resistance and air oven aging are observed.

Stabilizers For Improving The Ozone Fastness Of Dyes With Oxadiazine-4-Thione Or Triazine-4-Thione Compounds

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US Patent:
4737155, Apr 12, 1988
Filed:
Jun 5, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/058474
Inventors:
Kevin L. Rollick - Munroe Falls OH
Joseph A. Kuczkowski - Munroe Falls OH
Assignee:
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company - Akron OH
International Classification:
D06P 502
US Classification:
8442
Abstract:
This invention relates to the use of compounds such as 3,5-dibutyl-1,3,5-oxadiazine-4-thione and tetrahydro-5-(2-butyl)-(S)-triazinethione as stabilizers to improve the dye fastness of colored fibers.

Process For Recycling Mixed Polymer Containing Polyethylene Terephthalate

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US Patent:
5554657, Sep 10, 1996
Filed:
May 8, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/436078
Inventors:
Thomas F. Brownscombe - Houston TX
Howard L. Fong - Sugar Land TX
Zaida Diaz - Houston TX
Hoe H. Chuah - Houston TX
Raymond L. June - Houston TX
Kevin L. Rollick - Munroe Falls OH
Thomas C. Semple - Friendswood TX
Mark R. Tompkin - Massillon OH
Assignee:
Shell Oil Company - Houston TX
International Classification:
C08J 1104
B03D 108
US Classification:
521 48
Abstract:
The invention described herein provides a process for recycling a mixed polymer recycle stream containing polyester polymers, particularly polyethylene terephthalate (PET) typically in the form of carbonated soft drink or other containers. This novel process includes the steps of: (1) contacting the mixed polymer recycle stream with a solvent which selectively dissolves the PET. (2) separating the selective solvent containing PET from the residual mixed polymer, (3) cooling the selective solvent to precipitate the PET, and (4) removing the selective solvent from the precipitated PET. It is preferable that the mixed polymer recycle stream be prepared for recycling by conventional steps, such as water washing. In a preferred embodiment, the mixed polymer recycle stream is chemically washed subsequent to water washing and prior to contact with the selective solvent. The PET recovered is preferably combined with "virgin" PET and further processed to increase its molecular weight.

Compositions Of Polycondensed Branched Polyester Polymers And Aromatic Polycarbonates, And The Closed Cell Polymer Foams Made Therefrom

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US Patent:
6080824, Jun 27, 2000
Filed:
Jul 26, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/360764
Inventors:
Deborah Ann Snell Tung - Tallmadge OH
Kevin Rollick - Munroe Falls OH
John Michael Scoarste - Medina OH
Walter Francis Johnston - Tallmadge OH
Assignee:
Shell Oil Company - Houston TX
International Classification:
C08F 2000
US Classification:
525439
Abstract:
A foamable polyester composition comprising a combination of blowing agent and mixed polymer composition comprising: a) a semi-crystalline polyester composition comprising a polycondensed branched polyester polymer, and b) an aromatic polycarbonate polymer. The foamable composition has a high extrusion melt strength, and can pulled across a die without ripping, to form a continuous thermoformable closed cell polyester sheet. The foamed sheets have a uniform, fine, and closed cell morphology; and simultaneously are less dense but have a higher impact strength than comparable closed cell polymers made in only with linear polyesters as the polyester component or without the aromatic polycarbonate.

Compositions Of Polycondensed Branched Polyester Polymers And Aromatic Polycarbonates, And The Closed Cell Polymer Foams Made Therefrom

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US Patent:
6025405, Feb 15, 2000
Filed:
Jul 26, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/360765
Inventors:
Deborah Ann Snell Tung - Tallmadge OH
Kevin Rollick - Munroe Falls OH
John Michael Scoarste - Medina OH
Walter Francis Johnston - Tallmadge OH
Assignee:
Shell Oil Company - Houston TX
International Classification:
C08J 900
US Classification:
521138
Abstract:
A foamable polyester composition comprising a combination of blowing agent and mixed polymer composition comprising: a) a semi-crystalline polyester composition comprising a polycondensed branched polyester polymer, and b) an aromatic polycarbonate polymer. The foamable composition has a high extrusion melt strength, and can pulled across a die without ripping, to form a continuous thermoformable closed cell polyester sheet. The foamed sheets have a uniform, fine, and closed cell morphology; and simultaneously are less dense but have a higher impact strength than comparable closed cell polymers made in only with linear polyesters as the polyester component or without the aromatic polycarbonate.

Process For The Preparation Of N,N-Diisopropylbenzothiazyl-2-Sulfenamide

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US Patent:
4719305, Jan 12, 1988
Filed:
Mar 18, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/713066
Inventors:
Kevin L. Rollick - Munroe Falls OH
Assignee:
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company - Akron OH
International Classification:
C07D27780
US Classification:
548168
Abstract:
There is disclosed a process for the preparation of N,N-diisopropylbenzothiazyl-2-sulfenamide which comprises contacting an aqueous mixture of diisopropylamine and 2-mercaptobenzothiazole with an oxidizing agent in the presence of sufficient acid to neutralize the excess base, if any, in the oxidizing agent wherein the molar ratio of diisopropylamine to 2-mercaptobenzothiazole is at least 1. 5 to 1.
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