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Roy G Gordon: Non-iridescent glass structures. Andrew F Kehoe, March 22, 1983: US04377613 (222 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes transparent glass window structures of the type bearing a coating of infra-red reflective material which is advantageously less than about 0.85 microns in thickness and wherein the observance of iridescence resulting from such a reflective coating is markedly reduced by pro ...


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Roy G Gordon: Non-iridescent glass structures. Andrew F Kehoe, December 6, 1983: US04419386 (210 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes transparent glass window structures of the type bearing a coating of infra-red reflective material which is advantageously less than about 0.85 microns in thickness and wherein the observance of iridescence resulting from such a reflective coating is markedly reduced by pro ...


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Kent B Crossley: Oligodynamic catheter. Robert A Cesari, John F McKenna, Andrew F Kehoe, October 18, 1977: US04054139 (131 worldwide citation)

A percutaneous lead device such as a catheter, or a urinary tract catheter, which comprises an oligodynamic agent such as metallic silver or its compounds, alone or in association with other heavy metals such as gold, for the purpose of reducing infection associated with these devices. The oligodyna ...


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William A Manly: EMI-Suppression from transmission lines. Graham Magnetics, Andrew F Kehoe, February 1, 1983: US04371742 (117 worldwide citation)

Absorptive shields for transmission lines, especially those tending to radiate electromagnetic wave lengths within a frequency range of from about 10.sup.6 to about 10.sup.10 hertz, especially 10.sup.7 to 10.sup.10 hertz. The shields are flexible materials filled with ferromagnetic, or ferrimagnetic ...


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Robert J Deffeyes: Package having dessicant composition. Graham Magnetics Incorporated, Robert A Cesari, John F McKenna, Andrew F Kehoe, July 19, 1977: US04036360 (116 worldwide citation)

A package comprising a dessicant material consisting essentially of 1 a dessicant and 2 tough, film-forming, resin having a high moisture vapor transmission rate. A prepolymerized polyurethane is particularly useful. The material is of particular value as a package insert - e.g. with film or cameras ...


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Roy G Gordon: Non-iridescent glass structures. Robert A Cesari, John F McKenna, Andrew F Kehoe, February 5, 1980: US04187336 (85 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes transparent glass window structures of the type bearing a first coating of infra-red reflective material which is advantageously less than about 0.85 microns in thickness and wherein the observance of iridescence resulting from such a first coating is markedly reduced by pr ...


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Roy G Gordon: Non-iridescent glass structures. Robert A Cesari, John F McKenna, Andrew F Kehoe, December 29, 1981: US04308316 (69 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes transparent glass window structures of the type bearing a first coating of infra-red reflective material which is advantageously less than about 0.85 microns in thickness and wherein the observance of iridescence resulting from such a first coating is markedly reduced by pr ...


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Roy G Gordon: Deposition method for coating glass and the like. Robert A Cesari, John F McKenna, Andrew F Kehoe, June 3, 1980: US04206252 (67 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes transparent glass window structures of the type bearing a first coating of infra-red reflective material which is advantageously less than about 0.85 microns in thickness and wherein the observance of iridescence resulting from such a first coating is markedly reduced by pr ...


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Roy G Gordon: Non-iridescent glass structures. Andrew F Kehoe, April 3, 1984: US04440822 (65 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes transparent glass window structures of the type bearing a first coating of infra-red reflective material which is advantageously less than about 0.85 microns in thickness and wherein the observance of iridescence resulting from such a first coating is markedly reduced by pr ...


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Roy G Gordon: Method of depositing electrically conductive, infra-red reflective, transparent coatings of stannic oxide. Andrew F Kehoe, Robert A Cesari, John F McKenna, March 27, 1979: US04146657 (65 worldwide citation)

Electrically-conductive films of tin oxide are prepared by a novel process utilizing gaseous chemical compounds which react to form a tin-fluorine bond at a temperature which is (1) high enough so that the newly-created tin-fluorine bond-bearing molecule remains in the vapor phase; and (2) low enoug ...