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Robert F Bradley: Electrical conductivity-enhancing and protecting material. Micro Circuits Company, Marmaduke A Hobbs, March 25, 1986: US04578215 (159 worldwide citation)

A material for enhancing the conductivity and protecting electrical contacts, the material having two basic components. The first basic component normally serves to limit corrosion between the contacts and to suspend and suitably distribute the second, or conductive component. This first component, ...


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Rene E Mueller: Surgical power tool. Ergo Instruments, Marmaduke A Hobbs, September 15, 1981: US04289131 (74 worldwide citation)

A surgical power tool in which a quick-lock latch mechanism permits attachment and removal of the drive shaft assembly with one hand and a seal arrangement effectively seals moisture from the bearing and motor compartments, yet creates only minimal drag on the motor. The power unit portion has a fem ...


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Robert F Bradley, Lindell P Bradley: Timer and storage condition indicator. Micro Circuits Company, Marmaduke A Hobbs, October 6, 1981: US04292916 (61 worldwide citation)

A disposable timer and product storage condition indicator in which components of a carrier mixture react physically and/or chemically with one or more receptive layers. The carrier mixture and receptive layers are so comprised as to react during a given time interval, the interval being dependent u ...


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Harry D Sorensen: Respiratory exerciser and rebreathing device. Marmaduke A Hobbs, June 30, 1981: US04275722 (61 worldwide citation)

A respiratory exerciser and rebreathing device in which inhalation and exhalation chambers are provided for mixing exhaled air with ambient air to increase the carbon dioxide content of the air to be inhaled. A mouthpiece and a valve device between the mouthpiece and the chambers for directing the a ...


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Robert F Bradley, Lindell P Bradley: Heart monitor and defibrillator device. Micro Circuits Company, Marmaduke A Hobbs, March 18, 1986: US04576170 (58 worldwide citation)

A heart monitor and defibrillator device, which can be worn by high risk patients with only minimal interference with normal daily activities, in which one pocket-size unit contains a heart monitor and microprocessor and a second pocket-size unit contains defibrillation circuitry. ECG electrodes are ...


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Robert F Bradley, Lindell P Bradley: Timer and storage condition indicator. Micro Circuits Co, Marmaduke A Hobbs, Raymond W Campbell, October 11, 1983: US04408557 (57 worldwide citation)

A timer and storage conditions indicator for indicating the passage of a predetermined length of time under predetermined ambient physical environmental conditions, in which a carrier mixture is contained in a relatively confined area above a base layer. An absorptive layer is disposed on the base l ...


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Naresh Kumar: Clay agglomeration process. Lowe s, Marmaduke A Hobbs, August 10, 1982: US04343751 (53 worldwide citation)

An agglomeration process in which clay fines alone or in combination with other materials are agglomerated to a usable pellet size for a variety of marketable end products. The clay fines are collected, prepared and blended with conditioners and/or other waste materials in the proportions necessary ...


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Robert G Cadot: Method and apparatus for monetary articles authentification. Crouzet, Marmaduke A Hobbs, April 25, 1978: US04086527 (42 worldwide citation)

An authentication method for standardized objects, such as in particular monetary articles, in which an object to be authenticated is introduced into the field located between an emitter and a receiver delivering at least an alternative physical quantity, whose quantitative alteration produced by th ...


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William F Everett: Adjustable, rectilinear motion proportional solenoid. South Bend Controls, Marmaduke A Hobbs, July 31, 1984: US04463332 (37 worldwide citation)

A rectilinear motion proportional solenoid which exhibits linear output motion that is linearly proportional to the applied electrical current input. The solenoid has an adjustment mechanism which is external to the working components of the solenoid for adjusting the gain or rate of displacement of ...


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Jimmie R Robinson, Max E Thompson: Refuse container lid system. Flint & Walling, Marmaduke A Hobbs, June 22, 1982: US04335828 (37 worldwide citation)

A refuse container lid system for providing easily replaced interchangeable covers for the top of a refuse container, in which similar size covers are used on containers of various volumes. A stationary plate is used to cover the portion of the top of the container not covered by the openable covers ...