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Bowen William Edmund: Method of forming a line of weakness in a multilayer laminate. American Can Company, Auber Robert P, Audet Paul R, Ziehmer George P, February 5, 1974: US3790744 (189 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a line of weakness in at least one but not all layers of multilayer laminate which comprises effecting relative movement between a beam of radiant energy of a particular predetermined wavelength and intensity and the laminate so that the energy is selectively relatively absorbed ...


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Bowen William Edmund: Method of forming a line of weakness in a multilayer laminate. American Can Company, Auber Robert P, Audet Paul R, Ziehmer George P, September 30, 1975: US3909582 (119 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a line of weakness in at least one but not all layers of multilayer laminate which comprises effecting relative movement between a beam of radiant energy of a particular predetermined wavelength and intensity and the laminate so that the energy is selectively relatively absorbed ...


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Toukmanian Aram Hartoun: Container. American Can Company, Auber Robert P, Bock James W, Ziehmer George P, September 9, 1975: US3904069 (94 worldwide citation)

A cylindrical metal can body for pressurized products having integral side and bottom walls is constructed such that the bottom wall includes a centrally disposed circular depression or dimple therein, the base area of the depression being less than approximately 60 percent and greater than approxim ...


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Watt William Russell: Photopolymerizable epoxy systems containing cyclic amide gelation inhibitors. American Can Company, Auber Robert P, Bartlett Ernestine C, Mumma Jr Harries A, June 11, 1974: US3816280 (42 worldwide citation)

Polymerization of epoxides and mixtures of epoxides with lactones and vinyl compounds, polymerizable through the action of cationic catalysts, is controlled by providing, in association with a radiation-sensitive catalyst precursor, a gelation inhibitor in the form of a cyclic amide, such as an N-su ...


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Godar Joseph L: Container end closure attachment. American Can Company, Auber Robert P, Bartlett Ernestine C, Orlando Joseph J, October 14, 1975: US3912154 (37 worldwide citation)

An improved means for attaching a metal end closure to a container body having an upstanding straight marginal edge portion wherein the end closure is provided with a peripheral channel defined by inner and outer depending straight wall portions, the inner depending straight wall portion merging wit ...


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Hoiles Stephen North: End wall construction for a carton. American Can Company, Auber Robert P, Charlton Frank S, Mumma Jr Harries A, September 3, 1974: US3833165 (37 worldwide citation)

An end wall construction for a carton including an anti-seepage or leakage barrier formed partially of embossments bridging the gap between overlapped end panels and partially of a line of water-resistant adhesive adhering the overlapped panels together.


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Meyers George Leroy: Tamperproof reclosable carton. American Can Company, Auber Robert P, Charlton Frank S, Ziehmer George P, July 8, 1975: US3893614 (31 worldwide citation)

A tamperproof, reclosable carton having cover relocking elements in edge to edge abutment along acutely angled edges which result in a wedge type cover lock.


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Goehring Clifford Clayton, Hart Jr Arthur Clifford, Wooldridge Derek: Multilayer laminated polyethylene copolymer-polyamide film. American Can Company, Auber Robert P, Audet Paul R, Ziehmer George P, February 12, 1974: US3791915 (30 worldwide citation)

A heat sealable laminated film including at least a layer of a polyamide polymer, a layer of a blend of polyethylene and a zinc-neutralized ionic copolymer, and an adherent layer of a zinc-neutralized ionic copolymer of ethylene and an .alpha.,B-ethylenically unsaturated carboxylic acid. Preferred r ...


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Carlisle Richard S: Flexible container with arcuate self-sealable spout. American Can Company, Auber Robert P, Dorman Ira S, Ziehmer George P, April 22, 1975: US3878977 (30 worldwide citation)

A fluid-dispensing container is provided which consists of a pair of relatively supple films joined in a face-to-face relationship by a peripheral seam. The seam defines a body and a generally arcuately-extending spout, the latter at least in part being delineated by correspondingly-curved seam elem ...


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Touval Irving: Flame retardant compositions. M & T Chemicals, Auber Robert P, Wheeless Kenneth G, Spector Robert, October 14, 1975: US3912792 (29 worldwide citation)

The resistance to both flaming and glowing combustion exhibited by polymer compositions wherein the flame retarding agent is comprised at least in part of a halogen-containing organic compound in combination with an antimony oxide is significantly increased by including specified halogenated phospha ...