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Sizer Phillip S, Schwegman Harry E: Methods of completing a well. Otis Engineering Corporation, June 13, 1972: US3669190 (198 worldwide citation)

A method of completing a well by installing in the well a flow conductor, performing various operations such as cementing the flow conductor in the well bore, drilling out excess cement from the flow conductor, perforating the casing at desired locations, and the like, installing a liner in the flow ...


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Harker Royce Kenneth, Prickett Warren Wilson, Roesch Kurt Fritz: One-way valve insert for collapsible dispensing containers. American Can Company, June 13, 1972: US3669323 (162 worldwide citation)

A collapsible dispensing container tube having a thermoplastic headpiece united to a tubular body with a one-way valve insert positioned in the upper part of the tube to perform an anti-suck-back function by blocking the flow of air into the tubular body when manual pressure on the tubular body is r ...


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Nadsady Clarence A: Coupling device with spring locking detent means. E B Wiggins, June 13, 1972: US3669472 (143 worldwide citation)

A detachable coupling device for joining pipe and tubing members in end-to-end relation and providing an hermetic seal, comprising an axially contractible two-part coupling structure in which the parts are rotatably united by screw thread means and are operable to compress enclosed O-ring sealing me ...


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Marantz Laurence B, Greenbaum Michael A: Recirculation dialysate system for use with an artificial kidney machine. CCI Aerospace Corporation, June 13, 1972: US3669880 (142 worldwide citation)

A recirculating dialysate system for use with an artificial kidney in which the total volume of dialysate solution is controlled. After leaving the artificial kidney, the urea in the solution is removed in a zirconium phosphate column containing urease and the other waste products are removed in a c ...


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Desso Thomas Dean, Henschen Homer Ernst: Method of manufacturing electrical terminals. AMP Incorporated, June 13, 1972: US3669054 (136 worldwide citation)

Electrical terminals are manufactured by stamping, from sheet metal stock, a blank for the terminal, forming a hole in the blank which is spaced from an edge of the blank, and driving a punch through the hole in a manner such that the surface portions of the blank which separate the hole from the ed ...


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Harper Billy Gene, Bashaw Robert Niles, Atkins Bobby Leroy: Absorbent product containing a hydrocelloidal composition. The Dow Chemical Company, June 13, 1972: US3669103 (133 worldwide citation)

Articles having improved absorbency for aqueous body fluids consist of body-conforming supports containing dry, solid water-swellable, water-insoluble polymeric sorbents which are lightly cross-linked polymers, such as polyvinylpyrrolidones, sulfonated polystyrenes, sulfonated polyvinyltoluenes, pol ...


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De La Mare Harold E, Shaw Alfred W: Block copolymers having reduced solvent sensitivity. Shell Oil Company, June 13, 1972: US3670054 (123 worldwide citation)

Block copolymers are provided which exhibit reduced sensitivity to organic solvents which comprise block copolymers of at least one elastomeric conjugated diene polymer block, block copolymerized with at least two monovinyl arene polymer blocks, all chains also containing either polyethylene or buta ...


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Chisholm William A: Chair and seat and back unit therefor. American Desk Manufacturing Company, June 13, 1972: US3669496 (100 worldwide citation)

A chair comprises a frame, which may be somewhat flexible, and a unitary blow-molded plastic seat and back unit including a hollow, relatively non-bendable seat portion, a hollow, relatively non-bendable back portion, and a relatively bendable portion intervening between and connecting the seat and ...


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Deurloo Johannis M: Connector enclosure. Draka Kabel, June 13, 1972: US3669470 (94 worldwide citation)

To connect two apparatuses a connector assembly is used comprising two connector units and a plurality of conductors, and to protect said conductors a connector enclosure is provided consisting of an inner member of non elastic material, which member is constructed with two articulate inner tubes ad ...


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Semplonius Frans, Kolk Stephen B: Chair. Steelcase, June 13, 1972: US3669499 (92 worldwide citation)

The specification discloses a chair whose structural strength is derived from a molded, high-impact polystyrene structural shell. The face of this shell is covered with suitable cushioning and upholstery and arms may be provided if desired. This structural shell is then joined to a decorative, molde ...