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Manning Michael R: Bioelectrochemical regenerator and stimulator devices and methods for applying electrical energy to cells and/or tissue in a living body. ESB Incorporated, Rossi Esq Anthony J, Robinson Esq Robert H, Smith Wm Wharton, July 8, 1975: US3893462 (84 worldwide citation)

Electrical medical devices and methods are disclosed for the therapeutic treatment of cells and/or tissue in a living body. The electrical medical devices and methods of the invention are useful in the therapeutic treatment of cells and/or tissue which require a 'bioelectrical signal' to artificiall ...


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Feldhake Ralph H: Seal for electrochemical cells. ESB Incorporated, January 30, 1973: US3713896 (63 worldwide citation)

An insulating seal between metallic battery parts based upon the use of an epoxy-polyamide resin is described. In a first embodiment of the invention, a coating of cured resin on one of the metallic parts forms the seal. In a second embodiment, the seal comprises a coating of epoxy-polyamide resin a ...


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Bernard C Bergum, Walter Lee Fong: Battery having porous inherently sealable separator. ESB Incorporated, Gilbert W Rudman, Gary V Pack, Anthony J Rossi, January 24, 1978: US04070528 (45 worldwide citation)

An improved battery having an electrolyte permeable porous inherently sealable separator and intercell connector both extending beyond the periphery of the cell electrodes. A polymeric film material separator seals the intercell connector. The separators may extend beyond the intercell connectors an ...


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Bergum Bernard C: High discharge rate multicell battery. ESB Incorporated, November 6, 1973: US3770504 (40 worldwide citation)

A thin, flat, multicell battery comprising a multiplicity of electrically conductive layers arranged in cooperative electrical association with one another to provide a plurality of cells. The layers include intercell connectors which cooperate together to form sealed enclosures for each cell, and t ...


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Bosben Robert J, Feldhake Ralph H, Spellman Patrick J: Sealed cell construction. ESB Incorporated, November 2, 1971: US3617386 (40 worldwide citation)

A sealed electric battery cell having a single plastic member which seals the cell, insulates the cell terminal, provides a hydrogen gas permeable diaphragm, a circuit opening actuator and a pressure frangible safety device.


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El Sayed Megahed: High drain rate, primary alkaline cell having a divalent silver oxide/monovalent silver oxide depolarizer blend coated with a layer of silver. ESB Incorporated, Gilbert W Rudman, Anthony J Rossi, Gary V Pack, September 13, 1977: US04048405 (39 worldwide citation)

A high drain rate, primary alkaline cell comprising a negative electrode, a divalent silver oxide (AgO)/monovalent silver oxide (Ag.sub.2 O) depolarizer blend, a separator between said negative electrode and depolarizer blend, and an alkaline electrolyte consisting essentially of potassium hydroxide ...


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Werth John J: Alkali metal-metal chloride battery. ESB Incorporated, April 15, 1975: US3877984 (39 worldwide citation)

A secondary battery utilizing a molten alkali metal negative reactant, a metal chloride positive reactant, a molten alkali metal chloraluminate electrolyte and a selectively-ionically-conductive separator positioned between the negative and the positive reactants.


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Smith Howard A, Renick William E: Charge control means for motive power battery charger. ESB Incorporated, February 4, 1975: US3864617 (38 worldwide citation)

A battery charger is equipped with a current adjusting device. A current sensor continuously measures the current output from the charger and feeds the readings to a current comparator. The terminal voltage of the battery is also continuously read and the readings are fed to a voltage comparator. A ...


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Eugene A Janning: Method of and apparatus for detecting ground faults in isolated power supply systems. ESB Incorporated, E C MacQueen, E A Steen, June 3, 1980: US04206398 (36 worldwide citation)

A line isolation monitor for detecting ground faults in isolated power systems by determining the potential personnel hazard current due to the complex ground fault impedances and a method for accomplishing the same. The total hazard current is determined by dividing the peak line voltage of the iso ...


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Dunbar George: Plastic hinge for spectacles. ESB Incorporated, July 10, 1973: US3744887 (36 worldwide citation)

A hinge for use with molded plastic parts and, in particular, for spectacles comprises two parallel bosses with sockets therein forming a part of the spectacle frame. A temple body has two pin arms formed thereon each pin arm including a projecting pin. A slot separates the two pin arms and permits ...