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John H Rump: Plastic food container. Monsanto Company St Louis MO, James C Logomasini, Michael J Murphy, Neal E Willis, November 16, 1971: US3620403 (87 worldwide citation)

A thin-walled thermoplastic container which includes identical dish and cover portions, each having a peripherally extending flange for supporting the other when one is placed on the other to form the assembled container. A restraining collar extending from the flange in the direction of the sidewal ...


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John H Rump: Plastic food container. Monsanto Company St Louis MO, Michael J Murphy, James C Logomasini, Neal E Willis, November 16, 1971: US3620411 (61 worldwide citation)

A one-piece, transparent, thin-walled food container suitable for use in vending machines and thermoformable from a single sheet of thermoplastic. The container includes a shallow dish portion out of which the contents may be eaten, a cover portion and a hinge continuous with the dish and cover port ...


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Yoon Chai Lee: Method for impact modification of ethylenically unsaturated nitrile polymers and polymer blends produced thereby. Monsanto Company St Louis MO, Richard W Sternberg, Arthur E Hoffman, Neal Willis, James L Lewis, June 20, 1972: US3671607 (29 worldwide citation)

A polyblend with good impact properties, good light stability, good heat stability, low water vapor transmission and low oxygen permeability has a polymerization graft component with a rubbery substrate and a composite superstrate. Initially, the rubbery substrate is grafted with a monomer mixture c ...


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Doyle C Nicely, Samuel J Davis: Inextensible filamentary structures, and fabrics woven therefrom. Monsanto Company St Louis MO, Thomas Y Awalt Jr, Robert L Broad Jr, R P Wymbs, February 23, 1971: US3565127 (21 worldwide citation)

Strands of brittle, highly inextensible filamentary materials are collimated into a bundle and wrapped or braided covering applied to form a composite yarn structure having sufficient flexibility and mechanical stability to permit the yarn to be woven as the warp of a fabric, the fill yarn being any ...


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Warren E Fitzgerald, John P Knudsen, Jessie O Brock: Crimp reservation process. Monsanto Company St Louis MO, A Milton Cornwell Jr, Russell E Weinkauf, June 20, 1972: US3671619 (11 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a process for reserving and redeveloping crimp involving removing the crimp from self-crimped composite fibers, which originally developed their crimp under rather severe temperature or humidity conditions or both, then processing the decrimped fiber to the desired end product and ...


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Jack Goldberg: High, low and thermocouple burn-out alarm system. Monsanto Company St Louis MO, John D Upham, Harold R Patton, William J Bethurum, June 20, 1972: US3671953 (11 worldwide citation)

An alarm annunciator having hot, cold and thermocouple burn-out capability without requiring specific resistor connections for the hot and cold alarm modes of operation. An alarm burn-out switch responds to certain voltage variations in the annunciator signal translating circuitry during alarm therm ...


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Robert F Wall: Rotatable switch for providing electrical pulses and indicating the direction of switch rotation. Monsanto Company St Louis MO, John D Upham, Herman O Bauermeister, Harold R Patton, November 16, 1971: US3621162 (11 worldwide citation)

A rotatable switch having a printed circuit part including a plurality of conductive elements connected to terminals, which in turn may be connected to sources of operating potential. Two of the conductive elements cooperate with contacts of a rotatable switch part to produce electrical pulses, whil ...


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Lester Gidge: Heat sealing of porous materials. Monsanto Company St Louis MO, J Bowen Ross Jr, Russell E Weinkauf, John D Upham, Neal E Willis, June 20, 1972: US3671709 (10 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for seam bonding layers of fabric by radio frequency power is provided with electrodes at least one of which is flanked by and is recessed in a resilient insulating member which acts to fill the voids in the fabric during bonding and resultingly prevents electrical arcing through the fa ...


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George J Anderson, Ronald H Dahms: Laminates prepared from c --c substituted phenol-formaldehyde resins. Monsanto Company St Louis MO, John W Klooster, Arthur E Hoffman, H B Roberts, November 16, 1971: US3620902 (7 worldwide citation)

Laminates made from phenolic resin impregnated cellulosic substrates. The phenolic resin used is made from a substituted phenol and formaldehyde. The substituted phenol is made by reacting a specific C.sub.8 through C.sub.13 mixture of carbocyclic compounds. The product laminates have an improved co ...


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Philip E Slade, Robert T Estes, James C Randall: White thermally stable polyether modified polyester fibers and method of production. Monsanto Company St Louis MO, Thomas Y Awalt Jr, Robert L Broad Jr, November 16, 1971: US3620824 (6 worldwide citation)

The thermal stability in the presence of oxygen of polyether-modified polyethylene terephthalate fibers in increased by applying thereto at least about 150 parts per million based on the weight of the fiber of a mixture consisting essentially of 1. from about 65 to 85 percent based on the weight of ...