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Eric Favre: Capsule for beverage preparation. Societe d Assistance Technique pour Produits Nestle, Watson Leavenworth Kelton & Taggart, January 23, 1979: US04136202 (176 worldwide citation)

A capsule containing a substance for making up a drink using an apparatus, said capsule being composed essentially of a sealed body having the general shape of an acute truncated cone with a rim at its base and of a membrane closing the base, said membrane being provided with a line of weakness deli ...


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John Welsh, Richard N Vaughan: Article surveillance. Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, Watson Leavenworth Kelton & Taggart, December 13, 1977: US04063229 (111 worldwide citation)

Sensor-emitter labels or tags containing a two-terminal nonlinear capacitor, e.g., a semiconductor diode, directly connected to antenna means are applied to articles for purpose of surveillance. A transmitter coupled to an antenna establishes an electromagnetic wave field above about 100 MHZ, and pr ...


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Bernard S Baker, Dilip J Dharia: Fuel cell thermal control and reforming of process gas hydrocarbons. Energy Research Corporation, Watson Leavenworth Kelton & Taggart, January 8, 1980: US04182795 (104 worldwide citation)

Thermal control and fuel processing in fuel cell operation is effected through sensible heat of process gas and hydrocarbon reforming by supplying process gas in common to a flow passage in communication with the cell electrolyte and an additional gas flow passage which is isolated from the cell ele ...


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Torr deceased David: Disposable liquid absorbent products. First National Bank of Nevada Executor of the Estate of David Torr, Watson Leavenworth Kelton & Taggart, September 9, 1975: US3903889 (88 worldwide citation)

An improved form of liquid absorbent product as, for example, a diaper is sclosed. There also is disclosed an improved liquid absorbent material composition.


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Carl F Avery Jr: Fluid dispensing unit. Marion Health & Safety, Watson Leavenworth Kelton & Taggart, January 15, 1980: US04183684 (85 worldwide citation)

A fluid dispensing unit having a housing in which is carried a fluid-containing ampoule and a porous pad secured to the underside of the housing has its structural integrity enhanced by a central planar depression formation in the housing top wall to thereby facilitate rupturing the ampoule without ...


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Manfred Barthels, Peter Werkhoff, Otto Vitzthum: Pressure relief valve for packing containers. HAG Aktiengesellschaft, Watson Leavenworth Kelton & Taggart, January 16, 1979: US04134535 (79 worldwide citation)

A pressure relief valve for packages in which the valve element comprises a liquid impregnated porous element covering outlet openings in the package, with the liquid layer in the porous element being torn open by package contents pressures in excess of a predetermined value to permit gas outflow fr ...


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Gus D Keritsis: Modified cellulosic smoking material and method for its preparation. Philip Morris Incorporated, Watson Leavenworth Kelton & Taggart, June 8, 1982: US04333484 (76 worldwide citation)

An improved smoking material affording reduced particulate matter and puff count yet having the flavor and aromatic qualities of natural tobacco, which comprises cellulosic material having incorporated therein a metal salt from the group consisting of calcium salts, magnesium salts, iron salts, and ...


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Hans R Mueller, Marie Christine Secretin: Infant milk formula and process for its manufacture. Societe d Assistance Technique pour Produits Nestle, Watson Leavenworth Kelton & Taggart, August 5, 1980: US04216236 (72 worldwide citation)

A food product for babies of low birth weight, particularly for premature babies and a process for its manufacture are disclosed. The product is characterized in that it contains the following substances per 100 parts by weight of dry material:


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Yehuda Tamari: Blood pulsating and/or pumping device. Watson Leavenworth Kelton & Taggart, February 17, 1981: US04250872 (61 worldwide citation)

A continuous length of flexible polymeric tubing having a smooth fissureless inner surface throughout is provided with a region intermediate its ends which region has an inside diameter greater than the inside diameter of the remainder of said tubing and a thinner wall than that of the remainder of ...


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Zoleta Jose C: Automobile air conditioning system employing thermoelectric devices. Petronilo C Constantino & Associates, Watson Leavenworth Kelton & Taggart, June 18, 1974: US3817043 (58 worldwide citation)

An automobile air conditioning system is disclosed in which the engine exhaust provides a heat source for operating a Seebeck generator used for supplying electrical current to a Peltier unit located in the passenger space for removing heat from the latter.