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Ming C Leu, Amit Gawate: Computer aided dental bar design. C John Brannon, Brannon & Sowers PC, June 29, 2010: US07747418 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a computer-aided process of dental bar design for the purpose of fabricating removable implant-based dental restorations. The aim of the invention is to improve and automate the present dental restoration design process, which is very labor intensive and requires a lot of ar ...


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Robert D Coleman: Pesticide compositions and methods for their use. Edward E Sowers, Brannon & Sowers PC, October 26, 2010: US07820594 (2 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to agricultural compositions, particularly pesticidal compositions which find particular use as a fungicide or herbicide composition. The pesticidal composition can include one or more fatty acids and one or more organic acids different from the fatty acid. The organic acid ca ...


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Robert D Coleman: Fungicide compositions. Edward E Sowers, Brannon & Sowers PC, June 22, 2010: US07741244 (2 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to agricultural compositions that find particular use as a fungicide composition. The fungicide composition can include one or more fatty acids and one or more organic acids different from the fatty acid. The organic acid can but need not exhibit any fungicidal activity; howev ...


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W Gene Ramsey, Andrew Ungerleider: Foamed vitroeous materials for agricultural applications. C John Brannon, Brannon & Sowers PC, June 22, 2010: US07739833 (1 worldwide citation)

A foamed glass plant growth support structure, including a foamed glass substrate and a plurality of interconnected pores distributed throughout the substrate. The substrate is characterized by a porosity of at least about 80 percent. The pore size is substantially between about 0.2 and about 5 mill ...


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Shi C Zhang, Gregory E Hilmas, William G Fahrenholtz: Method for pressurelessly sintering zirconium diboride/silicon carbide composite bodies to high densities. C John Brannon, Brannon & Sowers PC, May 25, 2010: US07723247 (1 worldwide citation)

A method of sintering a ZrB2—SiC composite body at ambient pressures, including blending a first predetermined amount of ZrB2 powder with a second predetermined amount of SiC powder, wherein both powders are characterized by the presence of surface oxide impurities. Next the blended powders are mixe ...


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Vladimir Petrovsky, Fatih Dogan: Method for determining the dielectric constant of particles. C John Brannon, Brannon & Sowers PC, October 26, 2010: US07821269 (1 worldwide citation)

A method of measuring the dielectric constant of a powder, including selecting a powder having an unknown first dielectric constant, selecting a liquid having a known second dielectric constant, and introducing a predetermined amount of powder into a predetermined volume of liquid to define a slurry ...


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Carlton Leslie: Apparatus and method for lubricating railroad tracks. C John Brannon, Brannon & Sowers PC, August 31, 2010: US07784840

A system for increasing the efficiency of the movement of a railroad car over a length of rail, including a fluid reservoir for containing a quantity of efficiency enhancing fluid, a fluid dispensing member, a fluid pump connected in fluidic communication between the reservoir and the fluid dispensi ...


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William M Carty: Method for determining the thermal expansion coefficient of ceramic bodies and glazes. C John Brannon, Brannon & Sowers PC, May 25, 2010: US07722246

A method of measuring the coefficient of thermal expansion of a ceramic material, including the steps of applying a glaze to a substantially densified refractory body, wherein the coefficient of thermal expansion of either the glaze or the body is known, bonding the glaze to the body, putting the gl ...


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Stefan Kämper, Kai Mierau, Andreas Arnold, Peter Heinrich, Michael Klemund, Ernest De Ruiter: Sorptive storage unit for gases. Edward E Sowers, Brannon & Sowers PC, August 31, 2010: US07785702

The present invention relates to a storage unit for gases, in particular a sorptive storage, with the storage unit comprising a sorbent for the reversible uptake of the gases to be stored and the sorbent being based on discrete sorptive particles. The sorptive particles are embedded in a solid gas-p ...



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