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Color Curly Brackets (indicating CPC extensions to IPC)

CPC
COOPERATIVE PATENT CLASSIFICATION
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WORKING-UP ; GENERAL PROCESSES OF COMPOUNDING ; AFTER-TREATMENT NOT COVERED BY SUBCLASSES C08B, C08C, C08F, C08G( mechanical aspects B29; layered products, manufacture thereof B32B; treatment of macromolecular material specially adapted to enhance its filling properties in mortars, concrete or artificial stone C04B 16/04 , C04B 18/20 , C04B 20/00 ; treatment of texiles D06 )
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1.This subclass covers processes, not covered by subclasses C08B to C08H, for treating polymers.
In this subclass, in the absence of an indication to the contrary, classification is made in the last appropriate place
2. When classifying in subclass C08J, the treatment of specific polymers is indicated using indexing codes chosen from M08J300 or subgroups thereof.
Example:
- Preparation of particles of polystyrene by impregnation of the particles with the blowing agent: C08J 9/18 and C08J 2325/06 .
The use of a polymeric component in minority, e.g. masterbatch, coating, impregnating agent or thin binder is indicated using indexing codes chosen from M08J400 or subgroups thereof. Examples:
- Use of PMMA as masterbatch in a polystyrene composition: C08J 3/226 and C08J 2325/06 and C08J 2433/10
- Bonding of polystyrene by heating:
C08J 5/121 and C08J 2325/06
- Coating of a polyethylene substrate with a polyurethane coating: C08J 7/047 and C08J 2323/06 and C08J 2475/04 - Use of ABS as an additive for foamed polyacrylamide : C08J 9/0061 and C08J 2333/26 and C08J 2455/02
In the following subgroups, the codes of C08J 2300/00 to C08J 2399/00 are used to specify: - C08J 3/226 : the polymeric material to which the masterbatch carrier is added. - C08J 7/047 : the polymeric substrate to be coated. - C08J 9/0061 : the polymeric component in majority in a multicomponents foamable blend.
3. Group M08J400 was introduced on January 1st, 2012. Patent documents are continuously being reclassified. As a consequence, documents published before 01/01/2012, and to which M08J400 indexing codes were allocated, are indexed in the corresponding head group. Example: - Use of PMMA as masterbatch in a polystyrene composition: C08J 3/226 and C08J 2325/06 and C08J 2433/00 , instead of C08J 2433/10 . In the following subgroups, the codes of C08J 2400/00 to C08J 2499/00 are used to specify: - C08J 3/226 : the polymeric carrier in a masterbatch. - C08J 5/12 : the chemical nature of the adhesive - C08J 7/047 : the chemical nature of the coating(s). - C08J 9/0061 : the polymeric component in minority in a multicomponents foamable blend. - C08J 9/224 , C08J 9/236 , C08J 9/36 , C08J 9/40 and C08J 9/42 : the polymer used for coating, binding, or impregnating the foam. C08J 9/26 : the polymer to be leached out. - C08J 9/33 and C08J 9/35 : the foam fragments included in the (foamable) polymer matrix. - in all other subgroups, when the presence of a polymeric component in minority is of relevance.

WARNING
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The following IPC groups are not used in the CPC system. Subject matter covered by these groups is classified in the following CPC groups:
C08J5/14 covered by B24D 3/20 , F16D 69/02
C08J5/16 covered by C10M

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Processes of treating or compounding macromolecular substances
C08J 3/005
.
{
Processes for mixing polymers
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C08J 3/02
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Making solutions, dispersions or latices by other methods than by solution, emulsion or suspension polymerisation techniques
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C08J 3/03
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in aqueous media
C08J 3/05
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from solid polymers
C08J 3/07
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from polymer solutions
C08J 3/075
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Macromolecular gels
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C08J 3/09
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in organic liquids
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C08J 3/091
. . .
{
characterised by the chemical constitution of the organic liquid
}
C08J 3/092
. . . .
{
Hydrocarbons
}
C08J 3/093
. . . .
{
Halogenated hydrocarbons
}
C08J 3/095
. . . .
{
Oxygen containing compounds
}
C08J 3/096
. . . .
{
Nitrogen containing compounds
}
C08J 3/097
. . . .
{
Sulfur containing compounds
}
C08J 3/098
. . . .
{
Other compounds
}
C08J 3/11
. . .
from solid polymers
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C08J 3/12
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Powdering or granulating
{
( preparation of active ingredients, e.g. medical preparations in form of capsules A61K 9/51 ; making granules B29B 9/00 )
}
C08J 3/122
. .
{
Pulverisation by spraying
}
C08J 3/124
. .
{
Treatment for improving the free-flowing characteristics( agglomerates, granulates or microbeadlets A61K 9/16 ; process or devices for granulating material, e.g. non-sticking properties B01J 2/30 ; auxiliary treatment of particle B29B 9/16 )
}
C08J 3/126
. .
{
Polymer particles coated by polymer, e.g. core shell structures( process or devices for granulating material, e.g. coating B01J 2/003 )
}
C08J 3/128
. .
{
Polymer particles coated by inorganic and organic compounds( macromolecules C08J 3/126 )
}
C08J 3/14
. .
by precipitation from solutions
{
( C08J 3/122 takes precedence )
}
C08J 3/16
. .
by coagulating dispersions
{
( C08J 3/122 takes precedence; treatment of polymer emulsion, e.g. coagulation C08F 6/22 )
}
C08J 3/18
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Plasticising macromolecular compounds( plasticisers C08K )
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C08J 3/20
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Compounding polymers with additives, e.g. colouring
C08J 3/201
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{
Pre-melted polymers
}
C08J 3/203
. .
{
Solid polymers with solid and/or liquid additives
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C08J 3/205
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in the presence of a
{
continuous
}
liquid phase
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C08J 3/2053
. . .
{
the additives only being premixed with a liquid phase
}
C08J 3/2056
. . . .
{
the polymer being pre-melted
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C08J 3/21
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the polymer being premixed with a liquid phase
C08J 3/212
. . . .
{
and solid additives
}
C08J 3/215
. . . .
at least one additive being also premixed with a liquid phase
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C08J 3/22
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using masterbatch techniques
C08J 3/223
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Packed additives
}
C08J 3/226
. . .
{
using a polymer as a carrier( see remark 2 )
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C08J 3/24
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Crosslinking, e.g. vulcanising, of macromolecules( mechanical aspects B29C 35/00 ; crosslinking agents C08K ;
{
crosslinking aspects not classifyable in C08G , C08F , C08K ; compounding C08J 3/20
}
)
C08J 3/241
. .
{
Preventing premature crosslinking by physical separation of components, e.g. encapsulation( of other ingredients C08K 9/00 )
}
C08J 3/242
. .
{
Applying crosslinking or accelerating agent onto compounding ingredients such as fillers, reinforcements
}
C08J 3/243
. .
{
Two or more independent types of crosslinking for one or more polymers
}
C08J 3/244
. .
{
Stepwise homogeneous crosslinking of one polymer with one crosslinking system, e.g. partial curing
}
C08J 3/245
. .
{
Differential crosslinking of one polymer with one crosslinking type, e.g. surface crosslinking
}
C08J 3/246
. .
{
Intercrosslinking of at least two polymers
}
C08J 3/247
. .
{
Heating methods
}
C08J 3/248
. .
{
Measuring crosslinking reactions
}
C08J 3/26
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of latex
C08J 3/28
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Treatment by wave energy or particle radiation
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Manufacture of articles or shaped materials containing macromolecular substances( shaping of foodstuffs A23P ; manufacture of semi-permeable membranes B01D 67/00 to B01D 71/00 ; mechanical features, see the relevant classes, e.g. B29 )
.
{
Reinforced macromolecular compounds with nanosized materials, e.g. nanoparticles, nanofibres, nanotubes, nanowires, nanorods or nanolayered materials( use of ingredients characterised by shape C08K 7/00 ; nanotechnology for materials and surface science B82Y 30/00 )
}
.
Direct processing of dispersions, e.g. latex, to articles
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Reinforcing macromolecular compounds with loose or coherent fibrous material( after-treatment of threads during manufacture D01F ;
{
finishing of textiles D06M
}
)
C08J 5/041
. .
{
with metal fibres
}
C08J 5/042
. .
{
with carbon fibres
}
C08J 5/043
. .
{
with glass fibres
}
C08J 5/044
. .
{
with other inorganic fibres
}
C08J 5/045
. .
{
with vegetable or animal fibrous material
}
C08J 5/046
. .
{
with synthetic macromolecular fibrous material
}
{
Note: Note 2 following the title of subclass C08J may be applied
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C08J 5/047
. .
{
with mixed fibrous material
}
C08J 5/048
. . .
{
Macromolecular compound to be reinforced also in fibrous form
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C08J 5/06
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using pretreated fibrous materials
C08J 5/08
. . .
glass fibres
C08J 5/10
. .
characterised by the additives used in the polymer mixture
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C08J 5/12
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Bonding of a preformed macromolecular material to the same or other solid material such as metal, glass, leather, e.g. using adhesives
{
( mechanical aspects B29C 65/00 )
}
C08J 5/121
. .
{
by heating
}
C08J 5/122
. .
{
using low molecular chemically inert solvents, swelling or softening agents
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C08J 5/124
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{
using adhesives based on a macromolecular component( adhesive compositions per se C09J 4/00 , C09J 101/00 to C09J 201/00 )
}
C08J 5/125
. . .
{
Adhesives in organic diluents
}
C08J 5/127
. . .
{
Aqueous adhesives
}
C08J 5/128
. . .
{
Adhesives without diluent
}
.
Manufacture of films or sheets
{
Producing films or sheets B29D 7/01 ; wrappers or flexible covers, packaging materials of special type or form B65D 65/00 - B65D 65/466 ; shaping by stretching characterized by the choice of materials B29C 55/005 ; layered products essentially comprising synthetic resin B32B 27/00 - B32B 27/42
}
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Manufacture of shaped of ion-exchange resins [Use of macromolecular compounds as anion B01J 41/14 or cation B01J 39/20 exchangers]
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Films, membranes, or diaphragms
{
( ion-exchange in general, B01J 39/18 - B01J 39/22 , B01J 41/12 - B01J 41/16 , B01J 43/00 , B01J 45/00 , B01J 47/12 - B01J 49/00 ; fuel cells with polymeric electrolyte material H01M 8/1018 )
}
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[N: Notes:
1. Membranes of which at least the ion-exchanging parts are inorganic, i.e. mixtures of non polymeric ion exchange compounds, e.g. inorganic salts, and at least one polymer are classified in C08J 5/22 ; membranes based on cellulose are classified in C08J 5/2212 .
2. Methods for incorporating reinforcement supports or filling bodies are classified in C08J 5/2206 (the support or filling body has no ion exchange activity).
3. Groups, e.g. SO2F, which do not have ion-exchanging properties, but which may, by simple hydrolysis in an alkaline, neutral or acid medium, be transformed into ion-exchanging groups, e.g. SO2H, are considered as such.
4. Ion-exchanging fibrous fabrics are considered as heterogeneous membranes and are classified in C08J 5/2275 ; they include composite membranes, mixtures of two or more (ion exchange) polymers.
5. Membranes obtained by homogeneous melting or from a solution are considered as homogeneous, even if the membrane contains (after solidification of the melt or the solution) heterogeneous elements, e.g. filling bodies, supports e.g. in the form of fabrics, or the like, i.e. the ion exchange resin forms the membrane.
6. Reactions which change the nature of the ion-exchanging groups, introduction of ion-exchanging groups, after-treatment (membrane has already been formed) are classified in C08J 5/22 D.
7. Quaternising reactions are not considered as after-treatments.

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{
based on organic and/or inorganic macromolecular compounds
}
. . . .
{
Natural macromolecular compounds
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{
Synthetic macromolecular compounds
}
. . . . .
{
containing fluorine
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. . . . .
{
based on macromolecular compounds obtained by reactions involving unsaturated carbon-to-carbon bonds
}
. . . . . .
{
containing fluorine
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. . . . . .
{
obtained by introduction of active groups capable of ion-exchange into compounds of the type C08J 5/2231
}
. . . . . . .
{
containing fluorine
}
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{
based on macromolecular compounds obtained by reactions other than those involving carbon-to-carbon bonds, e.g. obtained by polycondensation
}
. . . . . .
{
containing fluorine
}
. . . . .
{
based on macromolecular compounds obtained by reactions involving unsaturated carbon-to-carbon bonds, and by reactions not involving this type of bond
}
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{
Heterogeneous membranes
}
. . . . .
{
fluorine containing heterogeneous membranes
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{
After-treatment
}
. . . .
{
After-treatment of fluorine-containing membranes
}
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Impregnating materials with prepolymers which can be polymerised in situ, e.g. manufacture of prepregs
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Chemical treatment or coating of shaped articles made of macromolecular substances( coating with metallic material C23C ; electrolytic deposition of metals C25 )
.
with solvents, e.g. swelling agents
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Coating
{
( Coating compositions per se C09D 4/00 , C09D 101/00 to C09D 201/00 )
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{
with two or more layers, where at least one layer of a composition contains a polymer binder
}
. . .
{
with at least one layer of inorganic material and at least one layer of a composition containing a polymer binder
}
. .
{
with only one layer of a composition containing a polymer binder( with more layers C08J 7/042 )
}
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with compositions not containing macromolecular substances
. . .
{
Low-molecular-weight organic substances e.g. absorption of additives in the surface of the article
}
.
Heat treatment
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Chemical modification
. .
{
Treatment by wave energy or particle radiation( C08J 7/18 takes precedence; surface shaping of articles by plasma treatment B29C 59/14 , by wave energy or particle radiation B29C 59/16 )
}
. .
{
Halogenation
}
. .
with acids, their salts or anhydrides
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with polymerisable compounds
. . .
using wave energy or particle radiation
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Working-up of macromolecular substances to porous or cellular articles or materials ; After-treatment thereof( mechanical aspects B29D27/00 ; foamed polymeric products of isocyanates or isothiocyanates characterised by the monomers or catalysts used C08G 18/00 )
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C08J 9/0004
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{
Use of compounding ingredients, the chemical constitution of which is unknown, broadly defined, or irrelevant
}
C08J 9/0009
. .
{
Phase change materials
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C08J 9/0014
.
{
Use of organic additives
}
C08J 9/0019
. .
{
halogenated
}
C08J 9/0023
. .
{
containing oxygen
}
C08J 9/0028
. .
{
containing nitrogen
}
C08J 9/0033
. .
{
containing sulfur
}
C08J 9/0038
. .
{
containing phosphorus
}
C08J 9/0042
. .
{
containing silicon
}
C08J 9/0047
. .
{
containing boron
}
C08J 9/0052
. .
{
Organo-metallic compounds
}
C08J 9/0057
. .
{
containing antimony, arsenic, or bismuth
}
C08J 9/0061
.
characterized by the use of several polymeric components
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C08J 9/0066
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{
Use of inorganic compounding ingredients
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C08J 9/0071
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{
Nano-sized fillers, i.e. having at least one dimension below 100 nanometers
}
C08J 9/0076
. . .
{
Nano-fibres
}
C08J 9/008
. . .
{
Nano-particles
}
C08J 9/0085
.
{
Use of fibrous compounding ingredients( C08J 9/0076 takes precedence )
}
C08J 9/009
.
{
Use of pretreated compounding ingredients
}
C08J 9/0095
.
{
Mixtures of at least two compounding ingredients belonging to different one-dot groups
}
C08J 9/02
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using blowing gases generated by the reacting monomers or modifying agents during the preparation or modification of macromolecules
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C08J 9/04
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using blowing gases generated by a previously added blowing agent
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C08J 9/06
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by a chemical blowing agent
C08J 9/065
. . .
{
Hydrides or carbides
}
C08J 9/08
. . .
developing carbon dioxide
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C08J 9/10
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developing nitrogen,
{
the blowing agent being a compound containing a nitrogen-to-nitrogen bond
}
C08J 9/101
. . . .
{
Agents modifying the decomposition temperature
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C08J 9/102
. . . .
{
Azo-compounds
}
C08J 9/103
. . . . .
{
Azodicarbonamide
}
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C08J 9/104
. . . .
{
Hydrazines; Hydrazides; Semicarbazides; Semicarbazones; Hydrazones; Derivatives thereof
}
C08J 9/105
. . . . .
{
containing sulfur
}
C08J 9/106
. . . .
{
Azides
}
C08J 9/107
. . . .
{
Nitroso compounds
}
C08J 9/108
. . . .
{
in a heterocyclic ring containing at least one carbon atom
}
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C08J 9/12
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by a physical blowing agent
C08J 9/122
. . .
{
Hydrogen, oxygen, CO2, nitrogen or noble gases
}
C08J 9/125
. . .
{
Water, e.g. hydrated salts
}
C08J 9/127
. . .
{
Mixtures of organic and inorganic blowing agents
}
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C08J 9/14
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organic
C08J 9/141
. . . .
{
Hydrocarbons
}
C08J 9/142
. . . .
{
Compounds containing oxygen but no halogen atom
}
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C08J 9/143
. . . .
{
Halogen containing compounds
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C08J 9/144
. . . . .
{
containing carbon, halogen and hydrogen only
}
C08J 9/145
. . . . . .
{
only chlorine as halogen atoms
}
C08J 9/146
. . . . . .
{
only fluorine as halogen atoms
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C08J 9/147
. . . . .
{
containing carbon and halogen atoms only
}
C08J 9/148
. . . . . .
{
perfluorinated
}
C08J 9/149
. . . .
{
Mixtures of blowing agents covered by more than one of the groups C08J 9/141 to C08J 9/143
}
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In groups C08J 9/16 to C08J 9/232 , the following term is used with the meaning indicated:
- "expandable" includes also expanding, pre-expanded or expanded

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C08J 9/16
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Making expandable particles
C08J 9/18
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by impregnating polymer particles with the blowing agent
C08J 9/20
. .
by suspension polymerisation in the presence of the blowing agent
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C08J 9/22
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After-treatment of expandable particles ; Forming foamed products
C08J 9/224
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Surface treatment
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C08J 9/228
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Forming foamed products
C08J 9/232
. . .
by sintering expandable particles
. . .
using binding agents
C08J 9/24
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by surface fusion and bonding of particles to form voids, e.g. sintering( of expandable particles C08J 9/232 )
C08J 9/26
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by elimination of a solid phase from a macromolecular composition or article, e.g. leaching out
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C08J 9/28
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by elimination of a liquid phase from a macromolecular composition or article, e.g. drying of coagulum
C08J 9/283
. .
{
a discontinuous liquid phase emulsified in a continuous macromolecular phase
}
C08J 9/286
. .
{
the liquid phase being a solvent for the monomers but not for the resulting macromolecular composition, i.e. macroporous or macroreticular polymers
}
C08J 9/30
.
by mixing gases into liquid compositions or plastisols, e.g. frothing with air
.
from compositions containing microballoons, e.g. syntactic foams( making microballoons B01J 13/02 )
.
Agglomerating foam fragments, e.g. waste foam
C08J 9/34
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Chemical features in the manufacture of articles consisting of a foamed macromolecular core and a macromolecular surface layer having a higher density than the core
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Composite foams, i.e. continuous macromolecular foams containing discontinuous cellular particles or fragments
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C08J 9/36
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After-treatment
C08J 9/365
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{
Coating
}
C08J 9/38
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Destruction of cell membranes
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C08J 9/40
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Impregnation
C08J 9/405
. . .
{
with polymerisable compounds
}
C08J 9/42
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with macromolecular compounds
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Recovery or working-up of waste materials( polymerisation processes involving purification or recycling of waste polymers or their depolymerisation products C08B , C08C , C08F , C08G , C08H ; mechanical treatments B29 )
.
of solvents, plasticisers or unreacted monomers
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of polymers
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without chemical reactions
. . .
using selective solvents for polymer components( working-up tar by extraction with selective solvents C10C 1/18 ; working-up pitch, asphalt, bitumen by selective extraction C10C 3/08 )
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by chemically breaking down the molecular chains of polymers or breaking of crosslinks, e.g. devulcanisation( depolymerisation to the original monomer C07; production of liquid hydrocarbon mixtures from rubber or rubber waste C10G 1/10 ;
{
depolymerisation of halogenated hydrocarbon polymers C07C 17/367 ; depolymerisation of polyesters, C07C 51/09 , C07C 63/26 ; depolymerisation of polyamides C07D 201/12 ; depolymerisation of rubber C08C 19/08
}
)
. . .
{
by treatment with enzymes
}
. . .
by dry-heat treatment only( destructive distillation of carbonaceous materials for production of gas, coke, tar or similar matters C10B )
. . .
by treatment with steam or water
. . .
by treatment with inorganic material( C08J 11/14 takes precedence )
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by treatment with organic material
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by treatment with hydrocarbons or halogenated hydrocarbons
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by treatment with organic oxygen-containing compounds
. . . . .
containing hydroxyl groups
. . . . .
containing carboxylic acid groups, their anhydrides or esters
. . . .
by treatment with organic compounds containing nitrogen, sulfur or phosphorus
Subject matter not provided for in other groups of this subclass
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C08J 2201/00
Foams characterised by the foaming process
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C08J 2201/02
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characterised by mechanical pre- or post-treatments
C08J 2201/022
. .
premixing or pre-blending a part of the components of a foamable composition, e.g. premixing the polyol with the blowing agent, surfactant and catalyst and only adding the isocyanate at the time of foaming
C08J 2201/024
. .
Preparation or use of a blowing agent concentrate, i.e. masterbatch in a foamable composition
C08J 2201/026
. .
Crosslinking before of after foaming
C08J 2201/028
. .
Foaming by preparing of a high internal phase emulsion
C08J 2201/03
. .
Extrusion of the foamable bend
C08J 2201/032
. .
Impregnation of a formed object with a gas( expandable particles, e.g. polystyrene beads C08J 9/18 )
C08J 2201/034
. .
Post-expanding of foam beads or sheets
C08J 2201/036
. .
Use of an organic, non-polymeric compound to impregnate, bind or coat a foam, e.g. fatty acid ester
C08J 2201/038
. .
Use of an inorganic compound to impregnate, bind or coat a foam, e.g. waterglass
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C08J 2201/04
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characterised by the elimination of a liquid or solid component, e.g. precipitation, leaching out, evaporation
NOTE
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When the elimination is performed in several steps, only the first step is indicated using codes C08J 2201/042 to M08J201/05444

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C08J 2201/042
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Elimination of an organic solid phase
C08J 2201/0422
. . .
containing oxygen atoms, e.g. saccharose
C08J 2201/0424
. . .
containing halogen, nitrogen, sulphur or phosphorus atoms
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C08J 2201/044
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Elimination of an inorganic solid phase
C08J 2201/0442
. . .
the inorganic phase being a metal, its oxide or hydroxide
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C08J 2201/0444
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Salts
C08J 2201/0446
. . . .
Elimination of NaCl only
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C08J 2201/046
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Characterised by the use of copolymers of compounds having one or more unsaturated aliphatic radicals, each having only one carbon-to-carbon double bond, and at least one being terminated by an acyloxy radical of a saturated carboxylic acid, or carbonic acid, or of a haloformic acid( of hydrolysed polymers M09J329/00 )
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grafted on to polysaccharides
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grafted on to rubbers
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grafted on to homopolymers or copolymers of aliphatic hydrocarbons containing only one carbon-to-carbon double bond
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grafted on to macromolecular compounds obtained otherwise than by reactions only involving carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds
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grafted on to inorganic materials
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of vinyl aromatic monomers and conjugated dienes
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Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) polymers
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Polyadducts obtained by the diene synthesis
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Characterised by the use of unspecified polymers obtained by reactions only involving carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds
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Copolymers of mineral oil hydrocarbons
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Copolymers in which only the monomer in minority is defined
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containing halogen atoms
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containing nitrogen atoms
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Characterised by the use of polyacetals containing polyoxymethylene sequences only
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Copolyoxymethylenes
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Condensation polymers of aldehydes or ketones only
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of aldehydes with phenols
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Modified phenol-aldehyde condensates
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of ketones with phenols
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Condensation polymers of aldehydes or ketones with aromatic hydrocarbons or their halogen derivatives only
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Condensation polymers of aldehydes or ketones with only compounds containing hydrogen attached to nitrogen( with amino phenols C08J 2461/04 )
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of aldehydes with acyclic or carbocyclic compounds
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with urea or thiourea
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of aldehydes with heterocyclic compounds
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with melamine
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of aldehydes with heterocyclic and acyclic or carbocyclic compounds
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Modified amine-aldehyde condensates
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Characterised by the use of epoxy resins ; Derivatives of epoxy resins
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Polyglycidyl ethers of bis-phenols
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Epoxynovolacs
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Triglycidylisocyanurates
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Epoxidised polymerised polyenes
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Epoxy resins modified by unsaturated compounds
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Polyphenylenes
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Polyxylylenes
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Polyesters derived from dicarboxylic acids and dihydroxy compounds( C08J 2467/06 takes precedence )
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the dicarboxylic acids and dihydroxy compounds having the hydroxy and the carboxyl groups directly linked to aromatic rings
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Polyesters derived from hydroxy carboxylic acids, e.g. lactones( C08J 2467/06 takes precedence )
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Unsaturated polyesters
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having terminal carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds
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Polyesters modified with higher fatty oils or their acids, or with resins or resin acids
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Characterised by the use of polycarbonates ; Derivatives of polycarbonates
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Characterised by the use of polyethers obtained by reactions forming an ether link in the main chain( of polyacetals C08J 2459/00 ; of epoxy resins C08J 2463/00 ; of polythioether-ethers C08J 2481/02 ; of polyethersulfones C08J 2481/06 ) ; Derivatives of such polymers
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Polyalkylene oxides
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Polyepihalohydrins
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Furfuryl alcohol polymers
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Characterised by the use of macromolecular compounds obtained by reactions forming a linkage containing oxygen or oxygen and carbon in the main chain, not provided for in groups C08J 2459/00 to C08J 2471/00 ; Derivatives of such polymers
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Polyanhydrides
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Characterised by the use of polyureas or polyurethanes ; Derivatives of such polymers
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Polyureas
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Polyurethanes
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Polyurethanes having carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds
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having terminal carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds
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Characterised by the use of polyamides obtained by reactions forming a carboxylic amide link in the main chain( of polyhydrazides C08J 2479/06 ; of polyamide-imides or polyamide acids C08J 2479/08 ) ; Derivatives of such polymers
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Polyamides derived from omega-amino carboxylic acids or from lactams thereof( C08J 2477/10 takes precedence )
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from polyamines and polymerised unsaturated fatty acids
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Polyamides derived from aromatically bound amino and carboxyl groups of amino carboxylic acids or of polyamines and polycarboxylic acids
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Polyester-amides
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Characterised by the use of macromolecular compounds obtained by reactions forming in the main chain of the macromolecule a linkage containing nitrogen with or without oxygen, or carbon only, not provided for in groups C08J 2461/00 to C08J 2477/00
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Polyamines
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Polyhydrazides ; Polytriazoles ; Polyamino-triazoles ; Polyoxadiazoles
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Characterised by the use of macromolecular compounds obtained by reactions forming in the main chain of the macromolecule a linkage containing sulfur with or without nitrogen, oxygen, or carbon only ; Polysulfones ; Derivatives of such polymers
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Polythioethers ; Polythioether-ethers
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Polysulfides
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Polysulfones ; Polyethersulfones
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Polysulfonates
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Polysulfonamides ; Polysulfonimides
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Characterised by the use of macromolecular compounds obtained by reactions forming in the main chain of the macromolecule a linkage containing silicon with or without sulfur, nitrogen, oxygen, or carbon only ; Derivatives of such polymers
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containing silicon bound to hydrogen
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containing silicon bound to oxygen-containing groups( C08J 2483/12 takes precedence )
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containing silicon bound to unsaturated aliphatic groups
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containing silicon bound to organic groups containing atoms other than carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
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Block- or graft-copolymers containing polysiloxane sequences( obtained by polymerising a compound having a carbon-to-carbon double bond on to a polysiloxane C08J 2451/08 , C08J 2453/00 )
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containing polyether sequences
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in which at least two but not all the silicon atoms are connected by linkages other than oxygen atoms( C08J 2483/10 takes precedence )
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in which all the silicon atoms are connected by linkages other than oxygen atoms
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Characterised by the use of macromolecular compounds obtained by reactions forming in the main chain of the macromolecule a linkage containing atoms other than silicon, sulfur, nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon ; Derivatives of such polymers
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containing phosphorus
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containing boron
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Characterised by the use of unspecified macromolecular compounds, obtained otherwise than by polymerisation reactions only involving unsaturated carbon-to-carbon bonds
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Characterised by the use of proteins ; Derivatives thereof
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Casein-aldehyde condensates
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Products derived from waste materials, e.g. horn, hoof or hair
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derived from leather or skin
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Characterised by the use of oils, fats or waxes ; Derivatives thereof
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Vulcanised oils, e.g. factice
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Waxes
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Mineral waxes
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Characterised by the use of natural resins ; Derivatives thereof( of polysaccharides C08J 2401/00 to C08J 2405/00 ; of natural rubber C08J 2417/00 )
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Shellac
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Rosin
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Bituminous materials, e.g. asphalt, tar or pitch
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Characterised by the use of lignin-containing materials( of polysaccharides C08J 2401/00 to C08J 2405/00 )
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Lignocellulosic material, e.g. wood, straw or bagasse
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Characterised by the use of natural macromolecular compounds or of derivatives thereof not provided for in groups C08J 2401/00 to C08J 2407/00 or C08J 2489/00 to C08J 2497/00
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