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Baker Alfred: Nasal adapter for administering analgesic gas. Speciale Esq Charles J, June 17, 1975: US3889671 (25 worldwide citation)

An improved nasal adapter for administering analgesic gas having integral respiratory valves and adjustable regulators therefor and a substantially air tight sealing flange and which is constructed of relatively inexpensive plastic material, such that a large number can be kept on hand for use,, and ...


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Altmann Berton G: Device for combustion of gaseous wastes. Speciale Esq Charles J, April 8, 1975: US3875874 (13 worldwide citation)

A device for the complete combustion of gaseous waste products comprising a refractory chamber divided by means of a refractory wall into interconnecting first and second compartments which have an increasing internal cross-section from the point of gas entry to gas exit, and air being introduced in ...


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Wallace Richard A: Electrogel apparatus for removing electrolytes and concentrating the same from an aqueous solution. Speciale Esq Charles J, November 12, 1974: US3847788 (9 worldwide citation)

An electrolytic continuous method for simultaneously removing electrolytes from aqueous solution and concentrating the electrolytes produced therefrom which comprises subjecting an aqueous electrolyte solution to contact with an inorganic oxide gel under the influence of an electrical field, allowin ...


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Altmann Berton G: Apparatus for pyrolytic decomposition of waste materials. Speciale Esq Charles J, October 7, 1975: US3910207 (7 worldwide citation)

A hearth apparatus for use in combination with a pyrolysis chamber for waste disposal adapted to support and provide conditions for efficient combustion, pyrolytic decomposition and ensuing removal of the resulting waste residue which comprises at least a pair of oppositely disposed elongated slopin ...