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Thompson Hugh Ansley: Absorptive structure having tapered capillaries. The Procter & Gamble Company, Witte Monte D, Braun Fredrick H, Gorman John V, December 30, 1975: US3929135 (613 worldwide citation)

Absorptive devices, such as disposable diapers, presenting a dry surface feel to the user. The surface feel is obtained when the topsheet is a liquid impervious material provided with tapered capillaries of critical diameters and tapers, each capillary having a base in the plane of the topsheet and ...


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Laughlin Robert Gene, Heuring Vincent Paul: Detergent composition having enhanced particulate soil removal performance. The Procter & Gamble Company, Witte Richard C, Filcik Julius P, Wilson Charles R, December 30, 1975: US3929678 (472 worldwide citation)

Detergent compositions are disclosed incorporating combinations of specified ethoxylated zwitterionic compounds with other types of surfactants and with detergent builders to give enhanced particulate soil removal.


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Sehgal Surendra N, Blazekovic Teodora M, Vezina Claude: Rapamycin and process of preparation. Ayerst McKenna and Harrison, December 30, 1975: US3929992 (345 worldwide citation)

Antibiotic rapamycin is producible by culturing Streptomyces hygroscopicus NRRL 5491 in an aqueous nutrient medium. Rapamycin has antifungal properties. Methods for its preparation and use are disclosed.


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Roy Della M: Porous biomaterials and method of making same. Research Corporation, Cooper Dunham Clark Griffin & Moran, December 30, 1975: US3929971 (293 worldwide citation)

Synthetic material having a microstructure substantially corresponding to the microstructure of porous carbonate skeletal material of marine life and made up of hydroxyapatite or whitlockite is useful as a biomaterial. These synthetic materials are made by converting porous carbonate skeletal materi ...


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Hogan Gerard T, Weik Kirby B: Vehicle seat with headrest movement responsive to seat back tilting. Universal Oil Products Company, Hoatson Jr James R, Liggett Philip T, Page II William H, December 30, 1975: US3929374 (124 worldwide citation)

A tilting, adjustable passenger seat back is provided with an angularly adjustable upper headrest section which has tilting linkage and a hinge connection to the upper part of the seat back such that when the back is in a generally upright position, the headrest section is back and out of the way of ...


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Mattioli Luciano: Device for distribution of playing-cards. SITAV Societa Incremento Turistico Alberghiero Valdostano, Ladas Parry Von Gehr Goldsmith & Deschamps, December 30, 1975: US3929339 (124 worldwide citation)

A device for distribution of playing-cards, the device comprising a cavity dapted to accommodate two packs of playing-cards arranged parallel to each other and in a side-by-side relationship, and pressure means adapted to press said two packs into contact with movable retainer means. The cavity is p ...


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Pfefferle William C: Catalytically-supported thermal combustion. Engelhard Minerals & Chemicals Corporation, December 30, 1975: US3928961 (121 worldwide citation)

A method for the catalytically-supported thermal combustion of carbonaceous fuel comprising the adiabatic combustion of at least a portion of the fuel admixed with air in the presence of a solid oxidation catalyst at an operating temperature substantially above the instantaneous auto-ignition temper ...


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Green Harold A, Merianos John J, Petrocci Alfonso N: Microbiocidal polymeric quaternary ammonium compounds. Millmaster Onyx Corporation, Jacobs Esq Arthur A, December 30, 1975: US3929990 (119 worldwide citation)

Water-in-oil emulsions containing a polymeric quaternary ammonium compound prepared by the condensation of 1,4-dihalo-2-butene and 1,4-bis-dimethylamino-2-butene as a biocidal agent, and wherein the emulsifying agent is an amine oxide.


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Richter Harold J: Fluid transfer umbilical assembly for use in zero gravity environment. DeArment Phillip L, Chin Gay, O Boyle James G, December 30, 1975: US3929164 (117 worldwide citation)

A fluid transfer umbilical assembly for use in a zero gravity environment, the umbilical being constructed and arranged to contain the end forces developed during pressurization of the umbilical, thereby preventing elongation or longitudinal growth, whereby the umbilical is maintained flexible to fa ...


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Graham John Wayne, Muecke Thomas Wayne, Cooke Jr Claude Everett: Method for treating subterranean formations. Exxon Production Research Company, Graham Robert L, December 30, 1975: US3929191 (101 worldwide citation)

Particles coated with a solid, fusible resin are placed in a subterranean formation. At formation conditions, the resin first melts or softens, and then cures to an insoluble, infusible state. This bonds the particles together forming a permeable, self-sustaining structure in or adjacent the formati ...



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