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Leonard Seglin, Erik Saller: Recovery of hydrocarbons from deep underground deposits of tar sands. Intercontinental Econergy Associates, Milton Zucker, June 5, 1984: US04452491 (180 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for mining deep tar sand deposits which minimizes energy losses and surface subsidance due to cavity collapse. A well is sunk through the overburden and tar sands deposit into the bedrock below the deposit; the well is sealed and pressurized with steam and inert gas. Hot aqueous ...


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Peter L Domenicali, George C Hunter: Optical interferometer system with CCTV camera for measuring a wide range of aperture sizes. Zygo Corporation, Milton Zucker, May 6, 1980: US04201473 (33 worldwide citation)

Apparatus is disclosed for the generation and display of interference patterns for the purpose of quantifying the distortion of either a surface or a transmitted wavefront. The invention comprises, in one embodiment, means to align the elements comprising the interferometer cavity, means to continuo ...


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Carl A Zanoni: Apparatus for producing a scanning laser beam of constant linear velocity. Zygo Corporation, Milton Zucker, June 8, 1976: US03961838 (27 worldwide citation)

An opto-mechanical apparatus is described which produces a scanning laser beam moving with a constant linear velocity, where velocity is used in the vector sense. The scanned beam can be either collimated or focused. By reflecting a laser beam from a uniformly rotating mirror to produce a rotational ...


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Claire B Axelrod: Method of producing patchwork. Milton Zucker, October 18, 1977: US04053986 (21 worldwide citation)

Patchwork is produced by preparing patch shapes each consisting of a sheet of relatively rigid material such as thin cardboard, adhering said patches to the fabric to be used for the patchwork with a strippable adhesive, cutting out the patches with a seaming edge as needed around the individual pat ...


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Donald Charles Winkley: Stabilization of iron-containing acidic hydrogen peroxide solutions. FMC Corporation, Milton Zucker, Frank Ianno, November 22, 1977: US04059678 (20 worldwide citation)

Aqueous, highly acidic solutions of hydrogen peroxide (pH under 2.0) containing iron contamination at the level of 30 to 30,000 ppm, are stabilized against undesired hydrogen peroxide decomposition by the dissolution therein of amino(methyl phosphonic acid)s or their soluble salts. Additional stabil ...


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George C Hunter, Carl A Zanoni: Scanning differential photoelectric autocollimator. Zygo Corporation, Milton Zucker, August 31, 1976: US03977789 (19 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is disclosed which automatically measures the geometrical deviations of a reflecting surface from a reference surface, and which also can be used to automatically measure the deviations of some light beam deviating property of a transparent article from a reference in a non-contacting m ...


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Frank C Demarest, Richard A Iderosa: Electro-optical measuring system. Zygo Corporation, Milton Zucker, January 24, 1984: US04427296 (17 worldwide citation)

An electro-optical measuring system is described wherein a laser or light beam is precisely translated in a straight line perpendicular to the direction of propagation of the beam at a uniform, repeatable speed to define a time-varying sensing field whose energy is picked up by a photosensor which y ...


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Carl A Zanoni: Method and apparatus for interference fringe center sensing. Zygo Corporation, Milton Zucker, October 2, 1979: US04169980 (16 worldwide citation)

An electro-optical sensor is described which provides an output for precisely locating the centers of interference fringes in either a real-time interference pattern or an interferogram. By scanning the fringe pattern either by moving the fringe pattern, by effectively moving the photoelectric senso ...


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Carl A Zanoni: Apparatus and method for measuring interference patterns and interferograms. Milton Zucker, June 26, 1979: US04159522 (15 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method are herein disclosed for measuring interference patterns and interferograms using a standard monochrome closed-circuit television camera. The invention comprises, in one embodiment, means for processing the video output signal of the CCTV camera to obtain the two-dimensional ...


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Gordon A Rampy, Henry B Castaneda: Disposable titration device. Chemetrics, Milton Zucker, June 1, 1982: US04332769 (12 worldwide citation)

A device for quantitative analysis of fluids which consists of a rigid, transparent tube containing a predetermined quantity of reagent and end-point indicator, evacuated and fitted with a valve which is suitable for sealing and for precisely controlling the entry of sample fluid so that upon immers ...