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Fugitt Gary P, Johnson Dean R: Pigment selection for photographic base stock. Newpage Corporation, Fugitt Gary P, Johnson Dean R, LEVY Mark P, December 29, 2004: WO/2004/114014 (2 worldwide citation)

A coated paper, particularly useful as a photobase paper, includes a pigment coating on at least one side thereof wherein the pigment coating comprises aragonite precipitated calcium carbonate, hollow sphere pigment and, optionally high-aspect-ratio clay, with aspect ratio in the range of about 50 t ...


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Ennis Seth, Fuchs Cornelia, Kanzler Ralf, Johnson Dean A: Shortened synthesis using paraformaldehyde or trioxane. Schwarz, Pharma, Ennis Seth, Fuchs Cornelia, Kanzler Ralf, Johnson Dean A, DRESSEN Frank, December 21, 2007: WO/2007/144091 (2 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure relates to a process for the preparation of a compound of formula (I) wherein R is hydrogen, a formyl group, a straight, branched or cyclic C1-C6 alkylcarbonyl group or a phenylcarbonyl group, or a salt thereof, characterized by the steps of reacting a compound of formula (II) ...


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Brelsford Gregg L, Cason David B, Johnson Dean R, Petro Stephen C: Smooth base stock composed of nonstandard fibers. Newpage Corporation, Brelsford Gregg L, Cason David B, Johnson Dean R, Petro Stephen C, LEVY Mark P, December 29, 2004: WO/2004/113610 (1 worldwide citation)

A smooth base stock useful in various applications, but particularly useful in high quality imaging, comprising nonstandard fibers is disclosed. The base stock fibers have a fiber length weighted average of greater than about 0.9mm and the base stock has a roughness of less than about 2.0 micron Ra.


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Brelsford Gregg L, Johnson Dean R: Binder selection for coated photographic base stock. Newpage Corporation, Brelsford Gregg L, Johnson Dean R, LEVY Mark P, December 29, 2004: WO/2004/114015 (1 worldwide citation)

A coated paper, particularly useful as a photobase paper, includes a pigment coating on at least one side thereof wherein the pigment coating comprises an acrylic binder and the coated paper exhibits a stability comparable to the uncoated base paper. Methods for manufacturing the coated paper having ...


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Chasteen Howard C, Johnson Dean, Willoughby Otis, Robinson Greg: Method and apparatus for shaping a container. Ball Corporation, Chasteen Howard C, Johnson Dean, Willoughby Otis, Robinson Greg, JOHNSON James L, July 17, 1997: WO/1997/025165

Various methods and devices are disclosed for shaping/embossing thin-walled work pieces (e.g., drawn and ironed container bodies having a sidewall thickness of no more than about 0.007). One aspect is particularly apt for realizing complex and non-uniform shapes/designs in cylindrical metal containe ...


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Huynh Timothy Cuongdung, Anderson Greg, Ram Sunder, Johnson Dean, Gable Richard, Schindler Robert, Contioso Pat, Kushner Gregory, Urso Richard Carl: Perforated cap for a hearing aid. Insound Medical, Huynh Sharon, Anderson Greg, Ram Sunder, Johnson Dean, Gable Richard, Schindler Robert, Contioso Pat, Kushner Gregory, Urso Richard Carl, HARRIS Joel M, September 1, 2005: WO/2005/079373

A protective cap assembly for a CIC hearing aid (20) comprises a perforated cap (90) mounted over the lateral end of the hearing aid to protect the hearing aid from contaminants. At least a portion of the cap (90) includes a protective coating and a plurality of perforations. The placement and size ...


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Jialanella Gary L, Johnson Dean A: Accelerated organoborane amine complex initiated polymerizable compositions. Dow Global Technologies, Jialanella Gary L, Johnson Dean A, SIMS Norman L, July 14, 2005: WO/2005/063480

The invention is a two part polymerizable composition comprising in one part an organoboron compound capable of forming free radical generating species amine complex and in the second part one or more compounds capable of free radical polymerization and a cure accelerator comprising a) at least one ...


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Johnson Dean E: Prismatic loudspeaker/microphone array. Johnson Dean E, KROLL Michael I, November 24, 2005: WO/2005/111908

An audio array (10) for receiving or generating audio signals. The audio array (10) includes first, second and third audio elements (14, 16 and 18) and first second and third structures (20, 22 and 24). Each of the first second and third structures (20, 22 and 24) are right triangles. The first seco ...


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Ram Sunder, Johnson Dean, Gable Richard, Ipsen Michael, Day Ian Michael: Hearing aid microphone protective barrier. Insound Medical, Ram Sunder, Johnson Dean, Gable Richard, Ipsen Michael, Day Ian Michael, HARRIS Joel, January 11, 2007: WO/2007/005852

Embodiments of the invention provide microphone assemblies for hearing aids which are resistant to moisture and debris. An embodiment provides a microphone assembly for a CIC hearing aid comprising a microphone housing including a housing surface having a microphone port, a fluidic barrier structure ...


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Jialanella Gary, Ristoski Toni, Cawley Arthur, Cole Eric, Johnson Dean: Accelerated organoborane initiated polymerizable compositions. Dow Global Technologies, Jialanella Gary, Ristoski Toni, Cawley Arthur, Cole Eric, Johnson Dean, SIMS Norman, April 17, 2008: WO/2008/045921

The invention is a two part polymerizable composition comprising in one part an organoboron compound capable of forming free radical generating species and in the second part one or more compounds capable of free radical polymerization and from about 20 to about 30 parts by weight based on the weigh ...