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Gerald Horn, Kenneth Spears: Intraocular lens assemblies. James B Raden, December 19, 1989: US04888012 (190 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens assembly for implantation into a posterior eye chamber is provided having a central lens and an outer ring interconnected therewith. The assembly when implanted is operatively engaged by the ciliary muscle of the eye which causes changes in the focusing power of the lens in order ...


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Albin F Turbak, Fred W Snyder, Karen R Sandberg: Microfibrillated cellulose. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, James B Raden, Harold J Holt, February 22, 1983: US04374702 (132 worldwide citation)

Microfibrillated celluloses having properties distinguishable from all previously known celluloses, are produced by passing a liquid suspension of cellulose through a small diameter orifice in which the suspension is subjected to a pressure drop of at least 3000 psig and a high velocity shearing act ...


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Malachi P Kenney, Kenneth P Young, Alan A Koch: Continuous production of metal alloy composites. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, James B Raden, Harold J Holt, September 25, 1984: US04473103 (103 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for the continuous production of shaped aluminum alloy-particulate composites. The process comprises metering at a substantially constant ratio a particulate solid molten aluminum alloy containing at least 0.10% by weight of magnesium into a mixing station while continuously ...


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Franklin W Herrick: Redispersible microfibrillated cellulose. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, James B Raden, Harold J Holt, November 6, 1984: US04481076 (89 worldwide citation)

Redispersible microfibrillated cellulose is prepared by the addition to a liquid dispersion of the microfibrillated cellulose, an additive compound capable of substantially inhibiting hydrogen bonding between the cellulose fibrils. The microfibrillated cellulose, upon drying, is characterized by hav ...


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Franklin W Herrick: Process for preparing microfibrillated cellulose. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, James B Raden, Harold J Holt, November 6, 1984: US04481077 (75 worldwide citation)

A process of preparing microfibrillated cellulose comprising adding to never-dried cellulosic pulp an additive compound capable of substantially inhibiting hydrogen bonding of the fibrils in the cellulose and then drying the pulp and additive. Microfibrillation of a suspension of the cellulosic pulp ...


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Arne Aaras, Kjell M Martinsen, Rikard Nakland: Chair. International Standard Electric Corporation, James B Raden, Marvin M Chaban, July 7, 1981: US04277102 (70 worldwide citation)

A chair mechanism having a seat portion, a back rest and arm rests. The arm rests are individually supported on arms mounted on the seat support member. The seat back is mounted to a telescoping seat bearing column with the seat enabling joint movement. The back rest is also movable independently re ...


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Dieter Michalski: Push-button switch. ITT, James B Raden, William J Michals, September 14, 1982: US04349712 (69 worldwide citation)

A push-button switch using one dome sheet of plastics with an electrode on one face and a second flat sheet of plastics with an electrode on the face opposite the first one. Between the sheets and below the second one plates of rigid material with holes below the dome are arranged. When the button i ...


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Albin F Turbak, Fred W Snyder, Karen R Sandberg: Microfibrillated cellulose. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, James B Raden, Harold J Holt, November 20, 1984: US04483743 (68 worldwide citation)

Microfibrillated celluloses having properties distinguishable from all previously known celluloses, are produced by passing a liquid suspension of cellulose through a small diameter orifice in which the suspension is subjected to a pressure drop of at least 3000 psig and a high velocity shearing act ...


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Dieter Kircher, Hubertus von Gruenberg, Klaus D Blum, Peter Becker: Process and apparatus for the control of a brake unit for automotive vehicles. Alfred Teves, James B Raden, William J Michals, April 21, 1987: US04658939 (66 worldwide citation)

For the control of a brake unit for automotive vehicles, electric signals are generated dependent on the operation of the brake pedal. The signals are processed in an electronic circuit (8) and logically linked to sensor signals containing information on the brake power, the braking effect and/or on ...


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Albin F Turbak, Fred W Snyder, Karen R Sandberg: Suspensions containing microfibrillated cellulose. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, James B Raden, Harold J Holt, February 19, 1985: US04500546 (65 worldwide citation)

A suspension of a finely divided material in a liquid suspending medium which swells cellulose, the suspension containing microfibrillated cellulose in an amount sufficient to produce a stable, homogeneous suspension. The microfibrillated cellulose, a form of cellulose having a very large available ...