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David J Fink, Salvatore T DiNovo, Thomas J Ward: Rapid, customized bone prosthesis. Guild Associates, Frank H Foster, December 6, 1994: US05370692 (249 worldwide citation)

Prosthetic bone implants are fabricated to approximately replicate a patient's original bone. Medical computer aided imaging techniques are applied to generate a data base representing the size and shape of the original bone in a three dimensional coordinate system. The implantable replica is fabric ...


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David J Fink, Thomas J Ward, Joel C Preston: Method for free-formation of a free-standing, three-dimensional body. Guild Associates, Frank H Kremblas Foster Millard & Pollick Foster, April 23, 1996: US05510066 (121 worldwide citation)

A preparing of a self-supporting or free-standing three-dimensional unitary structural body by a method including generating successively a plurality of cross-sectional layers of the body, one layer top of the other and with the layers joined together to form the body and with the generating of a cr ...


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John Schlaechter: Pressure swing cycle for the separation of oxygen from air. Guild Associates, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur, August 13, 1985: US04534346 (40 worldwide citation)

An improved pressure swing adsorption cycle which is preferably useful for the continuous production of a relatively minor amount of a purified gas, and a method which is useful to provide a continuous therapeutic supply of oxygen at a level required by an individual patient for the treatment of chr ...


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Joseph A Rossin, Scott M Maurer: Catalytic process for the decomposition of perfluoroalkanes. Guild Associates, Frank H Kremblas Foster Millard & Pollick Foster, May 30, 2000: US06069291 (16 worldwide citation)

A process and composition for transforming perfluoroalkanes in the presence of an oxidizing agent and water at temperatures between about 400 to 1,000.degree. C. Aluminum oxide is the primary agent for effecting this transformation. Additions of between 0.1 to 50% by weight of other components such ...


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Joseph A Rossin, William B Feaver: Catalytic processes for the reduction of perfluorinated compounds and hydrofluorocarbons. Guild Associates, Baker Botts L, January 6, 2004: US06673326 (14 worldwide citation)

A process for reducing perfluorinated compounds and/or hydrofluorocarbon compounds in a sample uses a catalyst made from aluminum oxide (Al


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Joseph A Rossin: Catalyst composition and method of controlling PFC and HFC emissions. Guild Associates, Baker Botts L, January 13, 2004: US06676913 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a catalytic process for the destruction of PFC's and HFC's using a catalyst which comprises aluminum oxide that has preferably been stabilized through the addition of a stabilizing agent (such as, titanium, zirconium, or cobalt, or mixtures of these element ...


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Salvatore T DiNovo, John Schlaechter, Roy S Brown: Cryo-refrigeration system. Guild Associates, Frank H Foster, July 25, 1989: US04850199 (11 worldwide citation)

Multiple refrigeration systems, each with refrigerants having a different boiling point, are connected in series to provide successively lower temperatures. Following compression and heat rejection, the refrigerant mixture is cooled by heat exchange with refrigerant returning to the compressor. Gas ...


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Salvatore T DiNovo, John Schlaechter, Roy S Brown: Cryo-refrigeration system. Guild Associates, Frank H Foster, August 28, 1990: US04951474 (10 worldwide citation)

A mechanical refrigeration process in which two or more systems are connected in series to provide successively lower temperature levels. Each system utilizes mixtures of refrigerants and/or inert gases having different boiling points. The mixture is compressed to a suitable pressure and compression ...


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Christopher A Karwacki, Joseph A Rossin: Process for the removal of ethylene oxide from air. Guild Associates, Baker Botts L, January 4, 2005: US06837917 (9 worldwide citation)

A process for removal of ethylene oxide (EO) from ambient air laden with EO is passed through a zeolite-based removal media, which preferrably consists of the acid form of zeolite ZSM-5, herein referred to as “H-ZSM-5.” The process described herein may be applied to many forms, configurations and us ...


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Joseph A Rossin, Jeffrey M Campbell: Catalytic oxidation of organic nitrogen-containing compounds. Guild Associates, Bardehle Pagenburg Dost Altenburg Frohwitter Geissler and Partners, February 24, 1998: US05720931 (8 worldwide citation)

A method of treating a gaseous stream containing one or more volatile nitrogen-containing organic compounds which comprises contacting the gaseous stream and an oxidizing agent with a catalyst at relatively low temperatures to cause oxidation of the volatile nitrogen-containing organic compounds. Th ...