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1. WO2004061227 - ADDITIFS DE RESISTANCE POUR PRODUITS EN PAPIER DE SOIE

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What Is Claimed:
1. A paper product having improved strength properties comprising:
a fibrous web containing cellulosic fibers, the fibrous web being treated with a strength agent comprising a derivatized polyethylene oxide, the strength agent being present in an amount sufficient to increase the tensile strength of the fibrous web.
2. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the fibrous web has a bulk density of at least 2 cc/g.
3. A paper product of claim 1 having a static coefficient of friction in the wet state no more than 10% greater than the static coefficient of friction in the dry state.
4. A paper product of claim 1 having a kinetic coefficient of friction in the wet state no more than 20% greater than the kinetic coefficient of friction in the wet state.
5. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises:



wherein R1, R1', R1 are independently H or a C1-4 alkyl;
Z is any bridging radical whose purpose is to incorporate the R° moiety into the ethylenically unsaturated monomer;
R° is any group capable of or containing a constituent capable of forming covalent, ionic and / or hydrogen bonds with cellulose or with the polymer itself;
R2' and R2 are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof;
p is an integer greater than or equal to about 350; and
m and n are integers such that m + n = p.

6. A paper product of claim 5, wherein Z is selected from the group comprising -O-, -S-, -OOC-, -COO-, -NHCO-, -CONH and mixtures thereof and R° is selected from the group comprising hydrogen, amine, amide, carboxyl, hydroxyl, aldehyde, epoxy, silanol, azetidinium and mixtures thereof.
7. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises a silanol derivatized polyethylene oxide.
8. A paper product as defined in claim 7, wherein the silanol derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises:


wherein R1, R1', R1 are independently H or a Cι-4ε\lkyl;
R2 and R2' are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of to H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof; and
m and n are integers such that m + n is greater than or equal to 350.

9. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the polyethylene oxide contained in the derivatized polyethylene oxide has a molecular weight of at least 20,000.
10. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the paper product comprises a facial tissue, a bath tissue, or a paper towel.
11. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide contains derivative groups in an amount from about 0.5% to about 25% by weight.

12. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the cross-linked and derivatized polyethylene oxide is present in the fibrous web in an amount from about 0.05% to about 10% by weight of fibers contained in the fibrous web.
13. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide has been applied topically to at least one surface of the fibrous web.
14. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide is cationic.
15. A paper product as defined in claim 13, wherein the derivatized polyethylene has been applied to both sides of the fibrous web.
16. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises a polyethylene oxide that has been grafted with an acrylamide or a methacrylamide followed by glyoxylation.
17. A paper product as defined in claim 16, wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises:



wherein R1, R1 and R1 are independently H or a Ci to C4 alkyl group;
R2' and R2' are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof; and
m and n are integers such that m + n is greater than or equal to 350.

18. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the fibrous web does not contain an epichlorohydrin derived wet strength resin.
19. A paper product as defined in claim 1 , wherein the fibrous web further comprises a debonder.
20. A paper product comprising: a fibrous web comprising cellulosic fibers, the web having a bulk density of at least 2 cc/g, said fibrous web being treated with a strength agent comprising a derivatized polyethylene oxide, the strength agent being present in the web in an amount sufficient to increase the tensile strength of the fibrous web, the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprising:



wherein R1, R1', R1" are independently H or a C-u alkyl;
Z is any bridging radical whose purpose is to incorporate the R° moiety into the ethylenically unsaturated monomer;
R° is any group capable of or containing a constituent capable of forming covalent, ionic and / or hydrogen bonds with cellulose or with the polymer itself;
R2' and R2 are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof;
p is an integer greater than or equal to about 350; and
m and n are integers such that m + n = p.
21. A paper product of claim 20, wherein Z is selected from the group comprising -0-, -S-, -OOC-, -COO-, -NHCO-, -CONH and mixtures thereof and R° is selected from the group comprising hydrogen, amine, amide, carboxyl, hydroxyl, aldehyde, epoxy, silanol, azetidinium and mixtures thereof.
22. A paper product of claim 20 having a static coefficient of friction in the wet state no more than 10% greater than the static coefficient of friction in the dry state.
23. A paper product of claim 20 having a kinetic coefficient of friction in the wet state no more than 20% greater than the kinetic coefficient of friction in the wet state.
24. A paper product as defined in claim 20, wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises a silanol derivatized polyethylene oxide.

25. A paper product as defined in claim 21 , wherein the silanol derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises:



wherein R1, R1', R1' are independently H or a Cι-4 alkyl;
R2 and R2 are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof; and
m and n are integers such that m + n is greater than or equal to 350.

26. A paper product as defined in claim 20, wherein the polyethylene oxide contained in the derivatized polyethylene oxide has a molecular weight of at least 20,000.
27. A paper product as defined in claim 20, wherein the polyethylene oxide contained in the derivatized polyethylene oxide has a molecular weight of at least 100,000.
28. A paper product as defined in claim 20, wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises a polyethylene oxide that has been grafted with an acrylamide or a methacrylamide followed by glyoxylation.
29. The paper product as defined in claim 28, wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises:


wherein R1, R1' and R1" are independently H or a Ci to C4 alkyl group;
R and R2 are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof; and
m and n are integers such that m + n is greater than or equal to 350.

30. A paper product as defined in claim 20, wherein the paper product comprises a facial tissue, a bath tissue, or a paper towel.
31. A paper product as defined in claim 20, wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide contains derivative groups in an amount from about 0.5% to about 25% by weight.
32. A paper product as defined in claim 20, wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide is present in the fibrous web in an amount from about 0.05% to about 10% by weight of fibers contained in the fibrous web.
33. A paper product as defined in claim 20, wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide is cationic.
34. A paper product as defined in claim 20, wherein the fibrous web does not contain an epichlorohydrin resin.
35. A paper product as defined in claim 20, wherein the fibrous web further comprises a debonder.
36. A process for improving the strength properties of a paper product comprising:
providing a fibrous web containing pulp fiber, the fibrous web having a bulk density of at least 2 cc/g; and , treating the fibrous web with a derivatized polyethylene oxide, the derivatized polyethylene oxide being present in an amount sufficient to increase the tensile strength of the fibrous web.
37. A process as defined in claim 36, wherein the derivatized
polyethylene oxide comprises:



wherein R1, R , R are independently H or a C-ι-4 alkyl;
Z is any bridging radical whose purpose is to incorporate the R° moiety into the ethylenically unsaturated monomer;
R° is any group capable of or containing a constituent capable of forming covalent, ionic and / or hydrogen bonds with cellulose or with the polymer itself;
R -2' and R _ 2" are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof;
p is an integer greater than or equal to about 350; and
m and n are integers such that m + n = p.
38. The paper product of claim 37, wherein Z is selected from the group comprising -0-, -S-, -OOC-, -COO-, -NHCO-, -CONH and mixtures thereof and R° is selected from the group comprising hydrogen, amine, amide, carboxyl, hydroxyl, aldehyde, epoxy, silanol, azetidinium and mixtures thereof.
39. A process as defined in claim 36, wherein the derivatized
polyethylene oxide comprises a silanol derivatized polyethylene oxide.
40. A process as defined in claim 36, wherein the derivatized
polyethylene oxide comprises:



wherein R1, R1', R1" are independently H or a C1-4 alkyl;
R2' and R2 are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof; and
m and n are integers such that m + n is greater than or equal to 350.

41. A process as defined in claim 36, wherein the derivatized
polyethylene oxide comprises a glyoxylated derivatized polyethylene oxide.
42. A paper product as defined in claim 36, wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises a polyethylene oxide that has been grafted with an acrylamide or a methacrylamide followed by glyoxylation.
43. A process as defined in claim 41 , wherein the derivatized
polyethylene oxide comprises:



wherein R1, R1' and R1" are independently H or a C1 to C4 alkyl group;

R2' and R2" are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof; and
m and n are integers such that m + n is greater than or equal to 350. 44. A process as defined in claim 36, wherein the derivatized
polyethylene oxide is present in the fibrous web in an amount from about 0.5% to about 10% by weight of fibers present in the web.
45. A process as defined in claim 36, wherein the fibrous web is treated with the derivatized polyethylene oxide by combining an aqueous slurry containing the pulp fibers with the derivatized polyethylene oxide and then forming the aqueous slurry of fibers into the fibrous web.
46. A process as defined in claim 36, wherein the fibrous web is treated with the derivatized polyethylene oxide by topically applying the derivatized polyethylene oxide to the web.
47. A process as defined in claim 36, wherein the fibrous web is treated with the derivatized polyethylene oxide without applying any epichlorohydrin resins.
48. A papermaking chemical suitable for tissue making capable of increasing the dry and / or wet strength of the tissue product while simultaneously providing for a reduced coefficient of friction of the tissue sheet when used in the wet state.
49. The papermaking chemical of claim 48 wherein the static coefficient of friction in the wet state is no more than 10% greater than the static coefficient of friction in the wet state.
50. The papermaking chemical of claim 48 wherein the kinetic coefficient of friction in the wet state is no more than 20% greater than the kinetic coefficient of friction in the dry state.
51. The papermaking chemical of claim 48 wherein the papermaking chemical comprises a derivatized polyethylene oxide.
52. The papermaking chemical of claim 51 wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises:

wherein R1, R1', R1 are independently H or a C1-4 alkyl;
Z is any bridging radical whose purpose is to incorporate the R° moiety into the ethylenically unsaturated monomer;
R° is any group capable of or containing a constituent capable of forming covalent, ionic and / or hydrogen bonds with cellulose or with the polymer itself;
R2 and R2 are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof;
p is an integer greater than or equal to about 350; and
m and n are integers such that m + n = p.
53. The paper product of claim 52, wherein Z is selected from the group comprising -O-, -S-, -OOC-, -COO-, -NHCO-, -CONH and mixtures thereof and R° is selected from the group comprising hydrogen, amine, amide, carboxyl, hydroxyl, aldehyde, epoxy, silanol, azetidinium and mixtures thereof.
54. The papermaking chemical of claim 51 , wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises a silanol derivatized polyethylene oxide.
55. The papermaking chemical of claim 51 , wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises:



wherein R\ R' , Rr are independently H or a C-ι.4 alkyl;
R2 and R2" are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof; and
m and n are integers such that m + n is greater than or equal to 350.

56. The papermaking chemical of claim 51 , wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises a glyoxylated derivatized polyethylene oxide.
57. The papermaking chemical of claim 55, wherein the derivatized polyethylene oxide comprises:



wherein R1, R1' and R1" are independently H or a Cι to C4 alkyl group;
R2' and R2" are any suitable polyoxyethylene endgroups selected from the group of H, alkyl, aryl, alkyl esters, alkyl amides, sulfonates, substituted derivatives and mixtures thereof; and
m and n are integers such that m + n is greater than or equal to 350.