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Speller Jr Frank N: Processes for secondarily recovering oil. Clark Forrester A, July 11, 1972: US3675715 (229 worldwide citation)

A secondary recovery process for oil wet sands using underground combustion to produce a makeup effluent gas containing carbon dioxide. The effluent gas is mixed with a wet casing head gas enriched by ethane plus hydrocarbons and the mixture is injected into the reservoir at relatively low pressures ...


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Collins Neil E, Kerber Elwyn W, Neville Raymond R: Solid state lamp assembly. General Electric Company, July 11, 1972: US3676668 (218 worldwide citation)

A light-emitting diode element is mounted on a supporting tab, in a depression thereof having polished tapered sides. A dimple is provided in the depression, at the underside of the diode, so that only a small area of the bottom surface of the diode is in contact with the tab, thereby maximizing int ...


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Bryan Graham W, Green David T: Instrument for ligating, suturing and dividing organic tubular structures. United States Surgical Corporation, July 11, 1972: US3675688 (198 worldwide citation)

A medical instrument and associated cartridge for ligating an organic tubular structure, for suturing this structure in two places with a pair of sterilized staples and for dividing the tubular structure intermediate the suturing staples. The instrument is provided with a variable cam so that the li ...


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Cimber Hugo S: Device for and method of temporary sterilizing a female. July 11, 1972: US3675639 (175 worldwide citation)

A female is temporarily sterilized by blocking the entrance to the uterus at the oviduct exit by means of a plug comprising (a) a blocking plate, which blocks the uterus entrance, (b) a plug positioning plate, which is passed through the wall of the uterus and (C) a stem which joins the blocking and ...


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Sharaf Harold M, Eby Richard L: Pulse sampling battery fuel gauging and resistance metering method and means. Anderson Power Products, July 11, 1972: US3676770 (161 worldwide citation)

A continuously operating low dissipation system for sensing the electrical resistance of an element while the element carries a normal operating current. A pulse of electrical energy having a regulated ohm's law related first parameter is switched through the element while a second ohm's law related ...


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Rieth Kurt A: End attachment for watch bands. Textron, July 11, 1972: US3675284 (159 worldwide citation)

An end attachment for watch bands which permits use of a watch band with wrist watches having different spacings between their attachment lugs. The attachment includes a generally tubular insert member which includes at least one outwardly biased, inherently resilient tab, at least one side of the t ...


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Beck Joseph H: Interrogated transponder system. Video Information Systems, July 11, 1972: US3676580 (141 worldwide citation)

An interrogated transponder system of the type which may be used for billing purposes with subscription television systems, wherein a central station interrogates a large number of individual subscriber stations to determine the condition of the subscriber's receiver and/or an associated terminal de ...


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Sittner Weldon Rex: Method and apparatus for high frequency electric surgery. Electro Medical Systems, July 11, 1972: US3675655 (135 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for electric surgery includes generating oscillations of high frequency electric energy of substantially constant amplitude, controlling the duration of and spacing in time between each series of oscillations generated and applying the generated energy through an electrode for ...


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Miller Jack V: July 11, 1972: US3675667 (105 worldwide citation)

A tent supported entirely by a single resilient member of closed geometry, so shaped that it maintains the tent covering material in an inhabitable shape by keeping the material under constant biaxial membrane stress. The support member is sufficiently flexible to be manually formable into a series ...


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Gatts James D: Method and apparatus for dynamic health testing evaluation and treatment. July 11, 1972: US3675640 (98 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for a dynamic health testing, evaluation and treatment comprising the recordation of test data from large numbers of individuals to establish dynamic physical performance norms for patients of many varied types. Historical data is taken from a patient which, in conjunction with ...