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Schuurs Antonius Hermanus Wilhelmus Maria, VAN Weemen Bauke Klaas: Process for the detection and determination of specific binding proteins and their corresponding bindable substances. Akzona Incorporated, Weisberger Hugo E, October 1, 1974: US3839153 (277 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a process for the detection and determination of a component of the reaction between a specific binding protein and the corresponding bindable substance contacting a fluid containing one of these components with a conjugate of the bindable substance with an enzyme and of ant ...


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Crane John R, Lawson James C, Petschauer Richard J: Flexible carrier and interconnect for uncased ic chips. Sperry Rand Corporation, Grace Kenneth T, Nikolai Thomas J, Dority John P, October 1, 1974: US3838984 (259 worldwide citation)

A printed circuit lead frame that functions as a carrier of an integrated circuit (IC) uncased chip for initial handling and testing and later as a means for bonding the chip's contacts to printed circuitry on a supporting substrate is disclosed. The lead frame includes a flexible insulating sheet m ...


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Wasserman David, Versfelt Charles Curtis: Use of stannous octoate catalyst in the manufacture of l(-)lactide-glycolide copolymer sutures. Ethicon, Kell Robert W, October 1, 1974: US3839297 (165 worldwide citation)

High molecular weight copolymers of L(-) lactide and glycolide are prepared by heating a mixture of the monomers at 200.degree.C. in the presence of a stannous octoate catalyst. The copolymers so obtained may be extruded to form filaments having utility as absorbable sutures.


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Mansfield Richard C: Process for preparation of alkyl glucosides and alkyl oligosaccharides. Rohm and Haas Company, Lammers H Jolyon, October 1, 1974: US3839318 (136 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of higher alkyl monosaccharides and oligosaccharides which are surface active. It involves the direct glucosidation of higher alkanols, omitting the double alcohol interchange by careful adjustment of the reaction conditions primarily by limiting the rate of formation o ...


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Wilms Carl Alfred: Motion compensation system for power tong apparatus. Byron Jackson, Evans Jr John O, October 1, 1974: US3838613 (104 worldwide citation)

A power well pipe tong assembly having a back-up tong unit and power tong unit above the back-up unit and interconnected for vertical movement one relative to the other on parallel horizontal planes and a presser device actuated by fluid pressure interposed between the two tong units to counterbalan ...


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Bruno Marshall J, Jarrett Noel, Slaugenhaupt Burl L, Graziano Robert E: Purification of aluminum with turbine blade agitation. Aluminum Company of America, Lippert Carl R, October 1, 1974: US3839019 (99 worldwide citation)

Aluminum is purified by chloridizing a molten body of aluminum in a highly efficient manner. High metal chloridization rates are achieved in a system wherein chlorine utilization efficiency is 100 percent or very closely approaches this level. The system includes a chlorine-metal contacting techniqu ...


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Szekely George: Aerosol apparatus for inhalation therapy. Toren McGeady and Stanger, October 1, 1974: US3838686 (99 worldwide citation)

Aerosol apparatus is provided which is of the type wherein a liquid spray is propelled from spray jet means through an inlet neck which is open to the atmosphere and which is bordered at each end, respectively, by converging and diverging surfaces into a chamber so that the spray from said spray jet ...


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Bosso Joseph F, Burrell Lomer, Wismer Marco: Quaternary ammonium epoxy resin dispersion with boric acid for cationic electro-deposition. PPG, Severini Carl T, October 1, 1974: US3839252 (90 worldwide citation)

Synthetic resins which are water-dispersible epoxy resins having epoxy groups, chemically-bound quaternary ammonium base salts, can be dissolved or dispersed in water to provide aqueous coating compositions. Such compositions, in which these resins are the major resinous component, can be applied by ...


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Matthews William R, Carson Richard W: Process for forming hollow glass micro-spheres from admixed high and low temperature glass formers. SAID Matthews by said Carson, Wells St John & Roberts, October 1, 1974: US3838998 (85 worldwide citation)

A process for forming hollow glass micro-spheres with walls of controllably variable thickness in a size range of 50 to 5,000 microns, embodying (1) preparation of a water slurry of finely particulated, high temperature and low temperature glass formers; (2) prilling the slurry in a vertical spray d ...


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Muehlberger Erich: Method and apparatus for effecting high-energy dynamic coating of substrates. Geotel, Rothenberg Allan, Gausewitz Richard L, October 1, 1974: US3839618 (85 worldwide citation)

An electrical plasma-jet spray torch is adapted to effect spray coating of substrates in a reduced-pressure chamber, at super-sonic plasma velocities, thereby achieving extremely dense coatings of high-purity material. The spray powder is preheated to a predetermined temperature before entering the ...



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