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Harrison John D, Choi Jei Y, Marchant Peter R: Heat recoverable alloy. Raychem Corporation, August 21, 1973: US3753700 (256 worldwide citation)

An alloy capable of having the property of heat recoverability imparted thereto comprising 49.1 to 50.2 atomic percent of titanium, 2.1 to 4.7 atomic percent of iron and the remainder nickel.


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Wood Ernest C, Samuels Peter B: Suture clip. August 21, 1973: US3753438 (172 worldwide citation)

In order to promote even healing and minimize scarring, this application discloses a flat clip to be applied to each end of a thread drawn by a needle through the edges of the wound until the clip lies flat against the surface of the skin. The application also discloses a tool carrying a cartridge h ...


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Rocher Edouard Y, Schuster Stanley E: Fast error recovery communication controller. August 21, 1973: US3754211 (153 worldwide citation)

This is a communication controller that is utilized in a network consisting of a plurality of terminal stations, each station capable of transmitting and receiving digital messages. All stations within the system contain a communication controller which detects address or data errors. Properly decod ...


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Clavin Lawrence A, Eaton Charles M, Hansman Leo F, Duncan Lenard J: Omni-directional antenna mounted in circular radome. Vorta Systems, August 21, 1973: US3754269 (136 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a method for manufacturing a television antenna, as well as a television antenna which is manufactured according to the preferred method. The television antenna of the preferred embodiment comprises a layer of flexible non-conductive material, such as mylar, on top of which is aff ...


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Emley Edward Frederick, Brant Malcolm Victor: Treatment of liquid metal. The British Aluminium Company, August 21, 1973: US3753690 (86 worldwide citation)

A process for removing non-metallic constituents in molten metal, particularly aluminium and its alloys. In one treatment the metal is flowed through a multiplicity of flux-lined channels which are conveniently provided by a bed of flux-coated granules of a size such that the channels are large enou ...


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Nutt William Owen: Concrete compositions. The Cement Marketing Company, August 21, 1973: US3753749 (82 worldwide citation)

In concrete compositions based on hydraulic cement, improved properties in respect of workability, especially mouldability, capacity for being impelled along a pipe as by pumping, and frost resistance in the concrete, are obtained by incorporating in the composition a minor proportion of dispersed c ...


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Tilseth Arne B: Convertible shipping pallet. Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation, August 21, 1973: US3753407 (71 worldwide citation)

Improved reuseable and convertible shipping pallet of cradle-like design having truss-like reinforcing elements and special attachments whereby the pallet can be used to ship either flat or annular shaped products with equal facility and can be handled equally well by various types of pallet handlin ...


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Graham Charles H: Coupling unit. Anarak Incorporated, August 21, 1973: US3753582 (70 worldwide citation)

An easily operable quick-acting coupling unit including a pair of telescopic members, the female member carrying resilient locking means, and the male member being shaped for engagement by said locking means when inserted in the female member by a snap-in action; said locking means being movable to ...


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Boucher Raymond M G: Method and apparatus for surface sterilization. Wave Energy Systems, August 21, 1973: US3753651 (70 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for the rapid sterilization of a contaminated surface which involves the use of microwave energy fields combined with a humid atmosphere having a relative humidity of at least 50 percent. The material to be sterilized is placed into a self-sealed container at least partially t ...


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Steiner Robert H: Coating composition and plastic articles coated therewith. Mobil Oil Corporation, August 21, 1973: US3753769 (69 worldwide citation)

An acrylic based terpolymer coating composition, adapted for use in coating polyolefin films, comprising an interpolymer of (a) from about 2 to about 15 parts by weight of an .alpha.-.beta.monoethylenically unsaturated carboxylic acid and (b) from about 85 to about 98 parts by weight of neutral mono ...