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Hodosh Milton, Cometta Carl: Fluid dispensing gun. SAID Hodosh by said Cometta, October 30, 1973: US3768472 (188 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for slowly and uniformly injecting fluids, such as liquid anesthesia, into a human or animal body, comprising a gun-shaped body having handle and barrel portions, a piston extending axially through the barrel portion, fluid pressure means for selectively extending or retracting the piston, ...


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Shaw Robert F: Surgical cutting instrument having electrically heated cutting edge. October 30, 1973: US3768482 (184 worldwide citation)

A surgical cutting instrument includes an electrically heated cutting edge and a power supply system for maintaining the cutting edge at a constant high temperature for sterilizing the blade, cutting tissue, and cauterizing the incised tissue to reduce hemorrhage from the cut surfaces of the tissues ...


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Tout Stanley D: Planetary differential and speed servo. Bell & Howell Company, October 30, 1973: US3768715 (180 worldwide citation)

A planetary differential employs a longitudinal shaft having a restricted portion at least two balls directly engaging the longitudinal shaft at said restricted portion forming an inner race. The differential includes further an outer race having a taper engaged by the balls and a cage for the balls ...


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Hensley Raymond, Hensley Ida F: Interlocking joint. October 30, 1973: US3768846 (160 worldwide citation)

A joint construction including a first member having an inclined ramp inwardly of a rounded outer edge, with a flat surface at the upper end of the ramp and a shoulder rearwardly of the flat surface, the second portion of the joint including parallel flanges defining an opening, one of the flanges h ...


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Harney Ralph: Cable television monitoring system. Oak Electro Netics Corporation, October 30, 1973: US3769579 (119 worldwide citation)

A system for interrogating TV receivers connected to a common distribution system, for example a cable or the like, in which a start signal activates transponders at each of the TV receivers and a series of clock signals, transmitted during the vertical blanking interval of the TV signal, are used t ...


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Goldsworthy William B, Hardesty Ethridge E: Method and apparatus for producing filament reinforced tubular products on a continuous basis. Goldsworthy Engineering, October 30, 1973: US3769127 (101 worldwide citation)

A device for making filament reinforced tubular products in a continuous manner. The device includes a series of filament spools. Filament from the spools is passed through a resin tank and around a fixed mandrel to form the longitudinal strands of the tube. The mandrel has substantially the same in ...


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Hess Roland H, Hoekje Howard H, Creasey Jack R, Strain Franklin: Tire. PPG, October 30, 1973: US3768537 (84 worldwide citation)

The novel tire is comprised of a silica-filled rubber compound which includes a coupling agent such as mercaptopropyl trimethoxysilane. The coupling agent is a compound that forms a bond or connection between rubber and silica. The coupling agent is preferably allowed to interact with the silica pri ...


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Carnahan Robert D, Youtsey Karl J, Spielberg David H: Control for an engine system. Universal Oil Products Company, October 30, 1973: US3768259 (84 worldwide citation)

A control system for an engine system which utilizes solid oxygen-ion electrolyte oxygen sensing means to generate an electrical signal responsive to the oxygen content of exhaust gases of the engine which in turn is used to control regulating means to vary the character of the exhaust gases issuing ...


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Knox John A, Fredrickson Sherman E: Method of fracture acidizing a well formation. Halliburton Company, October 30, 1973: US3768564 (82 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an improved method of fracture acidizing underground well formations so that the production of oil and gas therefrom is increased. By the method of the present invention high capacity flow channels are created and sustained in the formation, particularly in the area ...


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Kitzner Ernest W, Rhodes Alex, Schachter Moses: Catalytic converter with electrically preheated catalyst. Ford Motor Company, October 30, 1973: US3768982 (79 worldwide citation)

Heat from an electric heater is transferred conductively through a monolithic support to a catalyst located on the surfaces of the monolithic support. Engine exhaust gases passing through the monolithic support contact the heated catalyst, which assists in converting undesirable components of the ex ...