Shimon Amdur, Ph.D.
Selected Publications and Patents
US Patent 10,479,874, Nov. 19, (2019) .
"Latex Composition and Antistatic Articles Manufactured Therefrom".
Malaysia Patent Pending PI 2019005988
Latex Composition and Antistatic Articles Manufactured Therefrom".
S. Amdur, A. Skariah, "Silica Enhances Chlorination, Resistivity in Latex Gloves" Rubber and Plastic News, August 11, 2003
S. Amdur, Viscosity Enhanced Natural Latex Dipping Media and Dipped Articles of Greater Thickness Prepared Therefrom. United States Patent Application, 20020156159, October 24, 2002.
S. Amdur, et al Fumes Silica Latex Additive, cleaning allergenic Proteins from Natural Rubber for Prepowdered and Powder Free Latex Gloves. Fourth International Latex conference, Akron, OH, July 31-August 1, 2001.
S. Amdur, Removing Latex Proteins with Fumed Silica Additives. Rubber & Plastic News, July 24, 2000.
S. Amdur, Removing Natural Latex Proteins from Dipped Rubber Goods with Fumed Silica Additives. Presented at the 156th Meeting of the Rubber Division, ACS, Orlando, September 21-24,(1999),Paper 80.
S. Amdur, Proteins and Allergies in Latex Products and Possible Correction with Fumed Silica Additive. Polymer News, 23 (1998), 31.
S. Amdur, et al (Carter Wallace, Inc.) Canadian Patent, 1,337,010, Nov. 19, (1995). "Latex compositions and articles manufactured therefrom".
S. Amdur, et al (Carter Wallace, Inc) United State Patent, 5,458,588, Oct. 17, (1995). "Latex composition and articles manufactured therefrom".
S. Amdur, et al (Carter Wallace, Inc) European Patent, EP0379571A4, Nov, 23 (1994). "Latex composition and articles manufactured therefrom".
S. Amdur, A.T.Y. Cheng, C.W. Wong, P. Ehrlich, R.D. Allendoerfer - “The Free Radical Polymerization of phenylacetylene.” J. Polym. Sci. Polym. Chem. Ed. 16 (1978) ,407.
H.S. Nguyen, S..Amdur, P. Ehrlich - “Polyphenylacetylene made in the presence of Ferric Acetylacetonate and Triethylaluminum.” Polymer Preprints, 18 (1977), 200.
S. Amdur, J. Padova, D. Saad, Y. Marcus - “The Thermodynamics of Mixed Electrolyte Solution III.
The Aueous System Propyl Ammonium Chloride and Sodium Chloride at 298.15 K.” J. Chem. Thermodynamics, 8 (1976),77.
S. Amdur,“Determination of solute properties by Solvent Vapor Pressure Measurements II. Simple Electrolytes, Polyelectrolytes and Complex Ions.” J. Chem. Phys. 63 (1975), 2511.
S. Amdur, “Non Volatile Fluorinated Aliphatic Nuclear Instruments and Methods Bromin-82 tracers for use in Organic Media.” Int. J. Appl. Radiation and Isotopes, Technical Note, 25 (1974), 575.
S. Amdur, “Determination of solute properties by Vapor Pressure Measurements of the Solvent in Dilute Solution.” J. Chem. Phys., 61 (1974), 3445.
S. Amdur, W.J. Levene, “Spectrophotometric Titrations for Students.” J. Chem. Education, 51 (1974), 136.
S. Amdur, J.A. Marinsky - “An Improved Adiabatic Titration Calorimeter.” Review of Scientific Instruments, 44 (1973), 1234.
S. Amdur, “Determination of Isothermal Piezooptic Coefficients of Alcohols.” J. Chem Phys., 56 (1972), 6265.
M.M. Reddy, S. Amdur, J.A. Marinsky, “Application of Thermodynamic Measurements of Polyelectrolyte Solutions for the Prediction of Ion-Exchange Selectivity.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 94 (1972), 4087.
S. Amdur “Steady State Kinetics During Initial Stages of Radical Bulk Polymerization of Acrylonitrile.”
J. Poly. Sci., 9 (1971), 175.