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Edwin P Przybylowicz, Allan G Millikan: Integral analytical element. Eastman Kodak Company, R P Hilst, November 16, 1976: US03992158 (380 worldwide citation)

An integral analytical element capable of use in the analysis of liquids, the element having at least two superposed layers including a spreading layer and a reagent layer, in fluid contact. Optionally, the element can be carried on a support material. The spreading layer, which can be an isotropica ...


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Pierre L Clement: Integral element for analysis of liquids. Eastman Kodak Company, R P Hilst, August 16, 1977: US04042335 (173 worldwide citation)

The present invention concerns a multilayer element for the analysis of liquids such as biochemical and biological liquids. Elements according to the invention include (1) a reagent layer including a composition that is interactive in the presence of a predetermined substance to be analyzed (analyte ...


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Thomas A Jadwin, Robert C Storey: Electrographic toner and developer composition. Eastman Kodak Company, R P Hilst, March 16, 1976: US03944493 (144 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to the use of low levels of certain alkoxylated amines as charge control agents for an electrostatic toner contained in dry electrographic developer compositions.


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Charles A Goffe deceased, Royden N Rand, Tai W Wu: Integral analytical element. Eastman Kodak Company, R P Hilst, September 27, 1977: US04050898 (58 worldwide citation)

Analytical element for the detection of an agent under analysis, termed analyte, dissolved in an aqueous, proteinaceous liquid. The element has at least two superposed layers, the layers including a spreading layer and a reagent layer. The element can include a support material which is preferably r ...


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Thomas A Jadwin, Ravi Khanna, Stewart H Merrill, Edmond S Perry: Electrographic developing composition and process using a fusible, crosslinked binder polymer. Eastman Kodak Company, R P Hilst, February 17, 1976: US03938992 (52 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an electrographic developing composition containing finely divided carrier particles and finely divided toner particles having incorporated therein a fusible, crosslinked binder polymer. An improved electrographic developing process using such toner particles is also ...


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Donald J Trevoy: Organic semiconductor compositions. Eastman Kodak Company, R P Hilst, May 24, 1977: US04025463 (48 worldwide citation)

The amine salts of linear polyaniline compounds, including substituted polyaniline compounds, are useful, semiconductors. These materials are generally soluble in popular organic solvents and have resistivities between 10.sup.-.sup.3 and 10.sup.9 ohm-cm. These compounds are useful in the formation o ...


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David J Steklenski, Evelio A Perez Albuerne: Electrophotographic element containing a multilayer interlayer. Eastman Kodak Company, R P Hilst, April 4, 1978: US04082551 (37 worldwide citation)

A unitary photoconductive element having an electrically conducting layer, a photoconductive layer thereover, and a multilayer interlayer composition interposed between the conducting layer and the photoconductive layer. The multilayer interlayer composition comprises a layer containing an acidic po ...


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Donald J Trevoy: Organic semiconductors. Eastman Kodak Company, R P Hilst, May 24, 1977: US04025704 (18 worldwide citation)

The amine salts of linear polyaniline compounds, including substituted polyaniline compounds, are useful, semiconductors. These materials are generally soluble in popular organic solvents and have resistivities between 10.sup.-.sup.3 and 10.sup.9 ohm-cm. These compounds are useful in the formation o ...


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Evelio A Perez Albuerne: Electrophotographic element containing a polymeric multi-phase interlayer. Eastman Kodak Company, R P Hilst, January 13, 1976: US03932179 (17 worldwide citation)

This application describes a multilayer electrophotographic element composed of a conducting layer, a photoconductive layer, and a polymeric interlayer having a surface resistivity greater than about 10.sup.12 ohm/sq. between the conducting layer and the photoconductive layer. The interlayer compris ...


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Donald J Trevoy: Organic semiconductor element. Eastman Kodak Company, R P Hilst, May 24, 1977: US04025691 (15 worldwide citation)

The amine salts of linear polyaniline compounds, including substituted polyaniline compounds, are useful, semiconductors. These materials are generally soluble in popular organic solvents and have resistivities between 10.sup..sup.-3 and 10.sup.9 ohm-cm. These compounds are useful in the formation o ...