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Seyl Robert G: Method for measuring corrosion rate. Magna Corporation, September 21, 1971: US3607673 (130 worldwide citation)

A system for correcting for the IR drop between electrodes when corrosion rate of the electrodes is measured by applying a small DC voltage across the electrodes. Ionic conductor resistance is measured by an AC circuit and the AC circuit is then used to adjust a resistor to an equivalent value where ...


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Carman Justice N, McKnight Herman G: Production of single crystal sapphire by carefully controled cooling from a melt of alumina. Union Carbide Corporation, September 21, 1971: US3608050 (98 worldwide citation)

A charge of alumina is placed in a mold and heated in a vacuum or an inert gas atmosphere to melt the charge. The melt is then cooled in a generally upward direction to solidify and crystallize the melt at a rate that the generally vertical, downward temperature gradient in the crystallizing zone is ...


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Adolph Robert J, Bernstein Aribert H: Liquid electrode material. September 21, 1971: US3607788 (96 worldwide citation)

A novel electrode material for use with medical diagnostic potentiometric devices having a wire lead extending therefrom to be secured to the skin of a patient, is provided. The electrode material is a viscous, adhesive, electrically conductive liquid which dries on the skin. Upon application the el ...


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Fasano Osvaldo: Method for producing beverages. September 21, 1971: US3607297 (81 worldwide citation)

A relatively large quantity of a liquid is passed through a relatively small quantity of beverage-producing substance disposed in a pocket between two foils. Two conduits grasp the foils between them in endwise abutting sealed relationship, with the pocket within the conduits. One foil is weaker tha ...


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McRae Wayne A, Bockris John O M: Battery cell. Ionics Incorporated, September 21, 1971: US3607417 (81 worldwide citation)

A primary and/or secondary battery cell is disclosed in which the high electrochemical capacity and high voltage obtainable from the alkali metal-oxygen system is achieved without the inherent risk of the explosively violent reaction of the alkali metal with the aqueous catholyte of the cell by inte ...


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Van Santen Aart, Samskog Lars Erik, Tornblom Lars: Fuel assembly for nuclear reactors. Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget, September 21, 1971: US3607639 (72 worldwide citation)

A fuel assembly for nuclear reactors is formed of a plurality of substantially parallel fuel rods arranged between a top plate and a bottom member inside a sheathing tube. Spacer elements for these tubes are provided with leaf springs secured to the spacer frames, the free ends of the springs having ...


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Goins Robert E, Morris Phillip M: Process for producing a coated substrate. GAF Corporation, September 21, 1971: US3607341 (70 worldwide citation)

Improved foam coated textiles and similar materials are produced by (a) foaming an aqueous emulsion polymerized latex composition containing about 1.5 to about 10 parts by weight of a water soluble salt of a saturated organic acid to increase the volume of said latex from about 4 to about 12 times i ...


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Heine Hans Georg, Fuhr Karl, Rudolph Hans, Schnell Hermann: POLYESTER COMPOUNDS WHICH ARE HARDENABLE BY ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION IN THE PRESENCE OF AN .alpha.-SUBSTITUTED BENZOIN ETHER. Farbenfabriken Bayer Aktiengesellschaft, September 21, 1971: US3607693 (70 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to compounds which contain at least one activated carbon-carbon double bond and which can be polymerized by ultraviolet irradiation and to mixtures of such compounds to which special benzoins substituted in the .alpha.-position are added as photosensitizers. While the a ...


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Auphan Michel, Perilhou Jean: Analyzer for liquid samples. US Philips Corporation, September 21, 1971: US3607097 (69 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for automatically transporting a plurality of liquid samples, such as blood through a series of programmed steps for colorimetric analysis of the samples. A first conveyor belt carries the samples to be analyzed, an adjacent belt carries working tubes in which the tests occur, and a thi ...


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Coxe Edwin F: Method for producing evacuated glass microspheres. Esso Research and Engineering Company, September 21, 1971: US3607169 (66 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for the production of low density, internally coated, evacuated microspheres wherein the sphere density is uniform and the sphere diameter and wall thickness can be controlled accurately. In a preferred embodiment of the instant method, molten glass (or other suitable nonmetalli ...