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Joseph Wang, Khris Olsen, David Larson: Remote electrochemical sensor. New Mexico State University Technology Transfer, Deborah A Peacock, Paul Adams, October 14, 1997: US05676820 (213 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical sensor for remote detection, particularly useful for metal contaminants and organic or other compounds. The sensor circumvents technical difficulties that previously prevented in-situ remote operations. The microelectrode, connected to a long communications cable, allows convenien ...


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Richard T Yeh: Hydraulically operated toothbrush. Paul Adams, November 14, 1995: US05465445 (66 worldwide citation)

A hydraulically operated toothbrush in which the flow of water from a faucet through the toothbrush handle and into the head produces rotation of a plurality of bristles mounted in the head, the bristles also being mounted for limited axially movement, and including a device for regulating the water ...


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Bruce Rubin: Computerized roulette game table. Paul Adams, Jeffrey D Myers, January 12, 1999: US05857909 (52 worldwide citation)

An electronically and physically improved roulette game table designed to provoke and stimulate the interest of novice, occasional, and veteran roulette game player is disclosed. The roulette game table comprises: a playing table; a rotably mounted wheel having a plurality of ball receiving sector c ...


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Stephen G Morton: Method and apparatus for detecting and classifying contaminants in water. Deborah A Peacock, Paul Adams, Jeffrey D Myers, July 8, 1997: US05646863 (40 worldwide citation)

A method and the apparatus (hereinafter referred to as the environmental monitoring system or EMS") designed to sample, detect, measure, and report, in real time, the presence of contaminants and thereby provide users with the ability to continually monitor conformance of water with established heal ...


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Michael L Blomquist: Heat sink and retainer for electronic integrated circuits. Paul Adams, February 4, 1997: US05600540 (28 worldwide citation)

A heat sink and retainer clip for use in conjunction with an electronic integrated circuit, such as a semiconductor device, to provide cooling of the device, the device being mounted on a rectangular socket with opposing sidewalls and at least two of the sidewalls having lugs projecting laterally ou ...


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Steven Ira Lassoff: Message board. Paul Adams, August 12, 1997: US05655323 (28 worldwide citation)

A message or note board that is also a holder for mail constructed of recycled plastic material and assembled from several different types of plastic but easily disassembled with common hand tools so that after final use, the parts may be segregated for further recycling. The noteboard has a flat pl ...


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Michael L Blomquist: Heat sink and retainer for electronic integrated circuits. Paul Adams, September 23, 1997: US05671118 (27 worldwide citation)

A heat sink and retainer clip for use in conjunction with an electronic integrated circuit, such as a semiconductor device, to provide cooling of the device, the device being mounted on a rectangular socket with opposing sidewalls and at least two of the sidewalls having lugs projecting laterally ou ...


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Bruce Rubin: Craps game table having event summary display. Paul Adams, August 10, 1999: US05934676 (21 worldwide citation)

An electronically and physically improved craps game table designed to provoke and stimulate the interest of novice, occasional, and veteran craps game player is disclosed. The craps game table comprises: a dice rolling area; event registration means for registering a combination rolled; an electron ...


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Rocky E Neeley: Valve lockout. Paul Adams, Deborah A Peacock, Jeffrey D Myers, September 9, 1997: US05664447 (15 worldwide citation)

A lockout device to prevent tampering with the manually set position of a valve or regulator or other device having a rotatable shaft for adjusting, for example, the flow of fluid through the device, from a position initially set to some other position. The lockout device is usable with a wide range ...


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Gary E Frame, David M Schacter: Method and apparatus for determining the location of information on a magnetic tape. Paul Adams, October 15, 1996: US05566033 (13 worldwide citation)

An improvement in a magnetic tape playback apparatus for determining the location of any portion of the magnetic tape as it passes the tape reading head including optically readable indicia means printed on the magnetic tape representing encoded information and means for optically reading the indici ...