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Theeuwes Felix, Higuchi Takeru: Osmatic dispensing device for releasing beneficial agent. Alza Corporation, Sabatine Paul L, Mandell Edward L, Benz William H, November 5, 1974: US3845770 (1481 worldwide citation)

A wall surrounding and forming a compartment for containing a useful composition of matter and having a passageway for dispensing the composition is disclosed. The wall is comprised in at least a part of a material permeable to an external fluid. The composition is soluble in the fluid and exhibits ...


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Smith Dean B: Retention suture device and method. Long Theodore J, Winter John M, Engstrom Harry C, November 5, 1974: US3845772 (224 worldwide citation)

A retention suture is looped around an incision in a deep tissue layer such as the muscle layer, with the ends of the suture being passed up through a tubular retention suture device. The device is emplaced in the incision and the ends of the retention suture are drawn up tightly and secured at the ...


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Nepovim Zdenek: Cable connector. Lindsay Specialty Products, November 5, 1974: US3846738 (173 worldwide citation)

A connector for attachment to the end of a coaxial cable having a core electrode and a conductive sheath electrode which includes a housing having an integral tubular skirt formed from four rearwardly extending tongues collectively formed with a rearwardly facing external cam surface. A tubular cap ...


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Vise William Michael: Electrosurgical glove. Rambo William S, November 5, 1974: US3845771 (118 worldwide citation)

A glove for use in electrosurgical and/or electrocauterization procedures which includes a flexible electrode integrally carried on the volar surface of at least one of the digits of the glove and electrically connected to one end of an electrically insulated, remotely extending, flexible lead, and ...


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Fujimoto Yasuo, Teranishi Masayuki: Polyamino acid derivatives and compositions containing same. November 5, 1974: US3846380 (103 worldwide citation)

Polyamino acid derivatives having hydrophobic and hydrophilic substituents in their side chains are prepared by reacting a polyimide with at least one primary or secondary aliphatic amine and hydrolyzing the resulting polyimide derivative with alkali. The polyamino acid derivatives are useful as sur ...


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Mueller Robert E: Direct television drawing and image manipulating system. November 5, 1974: US3846826 (93 worldwide citation)

This invention enables a person to paint or draw directly into color television. No special probe or stylus is required since a person can use brushes or pens, fingertips, rubber stamps, or any drawing or painting object whatsoever. At the same time, a person can play his free hand over a piano-like ...


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Wetherell Daniel L: Improved coupling arrangement for power line carrier systems. General Electric Company, November 5, 1974: US3846638 (87 worldwide citation)

A power line carrier system is coupled to two or more phase wires of an electrical power transmission line by transformers and coaxial transmission lines. Each phase wire to be used is provided with a coupling capacitor which is respectively coupled to one end of a coaxial line through an impedance ...


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James Jesse C: Vehicle for rough and muddy terrain. Martin Charles D, Ford William E, November 5, 1974: US3845831 (86 worldwide citation)

A vehicle according to the present invention is provided with a plurality of legs with which it 'walks' rather than rolls across either soft or rough terrain. The legs are carried by a pair of wheel-like drive elements generally referred to as wheels. One of the wheels is rotatably mounted on the ve ...


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Kostecky James F: Metal wall framing system. Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Iverson John I, November 5, 1974: US3845601 (85 worldwide citation)

A metal wall framing system for residental and commercial building construction. Channel shaped metal studs are secured between top and bottom channel shaped metal tracks without the use of separate fasteners by an arrangement of lugs, tabs and punched slots that hold the studs tightly to the tracks ...


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Thomm Ernest C, Knowlton Barry R: Polyamide blends with one polyamide containing phthalate sulfonate moieties and terphthalate on isophthalate residues. Union Carbide Canada, November 5, 1974: US3846507 (85 worldwide citation)

A fibre forming polyamide having improved basic dye affinity and reduced acid dye affinity is described. A process for producing such polyamide is also described and consists of producing a polymer having certain benzene sulphonate units occurring in the polymer and then blending such polymer with n ...