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Francis G Merser, Philip A Kooistra: Interlocking attachment device. Dennison Manufacturing Company, George E Kersey, January 13, 1976: US03931667 (185 worldwide citation)

An attachment device comprising a filament having a laterally oriented bar at one end and a hollow body member at its other end, a wall of said body member having an opening therethrough large enough to receive the filament and the bar when they are in parallel orientation but of a width smaller tha ...


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Masachika Yaguchi, Shigetaro Furuta: Electro-optical devices. Dai Nippon Toryo Kabushiki Kaisha, Sughrue Rothwell Mion & Zinn, January 13, 1976: US03932024 (129 worldwide citation)

In a liquid crystal display device comprising a pair of opposed electrode-mounted plates and a nematic liquid crystal layer, the electrode terminals are mounted on one plate by transferring the connection of one electrode to the opposite plate without directly contacting the liquid crystal material ...


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Ralph R Miano, Charles H Keith: Smoking materials. Celanese Corporation, Thomas J Morgan, Pamela D Kasa, January 13, 1976: US03931824 (106 worldwide citation)

A synthetic material adapted for use in smoking products which, upon combustion, yields a lower amount of smokestream components which may be deleterious to the smoker than does tobacco, while having an acceptable smouldering rate and taste is prepared by the combination of a combustible material, s ...


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Herbert H Ammenheuser: Printed circuit card receptacle. Stromberg Carlson Corporation, Edward A Gerlaugh, William F Porter Jr, January 13, 1976: US03932016 (94 worldwide citation)

A printed circuit card receptacle formed of one or more edge connectors having a pair of opposed, slotted card guides affixed thereto. The receptacle includes a mountable connector having a channel member at either end thereof for receiving the guide. Each card guide has a sleeve portion for slideab ...


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Ralf Korpman: Hot melt adhesive composition and tape. Johnson & Johnson, January 13, 1976: US03932328 (94 worldwide citation)

A hot melt pressure-sensitive adhesive composition and tape wherein the adhesive comprises an elastomeric component based on an elastomeric and thermoplastic A-B-A block copolymer wherein the B blocks are derived from isoprene and the A blocks are derived from styrene, and a unique tackifier compone ...


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Kurt K Luenser: Method and system for detecting brake wear in a metal forming machine. Verson Allsteel Press Company, Richards Harris and Medlock, January 13, 1976: US03931727 (85 worldwide citation)

The specification discloses a method and system for detecting brake wear in a metal forming machine having a ram operable by a rotative drive and further having a brake for stopping the ram. The amount of rotation of the drive for the machine is determined from the time of energization of the brake ...


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John Byrns: Nebulizer bacteria filter. Burton Crandell & Polumbus, January 13, 1976: US03932153 (81 worldwide citation)

A bacteria filter includes a pair of generally conical housing sections having confronting marginal flanges adapted to be welded together to seal the sections into an integral filter housing. The flanges have a pair of tongue-in-groove connectors to facilitate alignment of the sections during assemb ...


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George A Gallant: Eddy current sensor. Simmonds Precision Products, Edwin E Greigg, January 13, 1976: US03932813 (77 worldwide citation)

An E-shaped magnetic core with a sensing coil wound around each outer leg, these coils being connected in series and the center leg made of a magnet to establish a symmetrical magnetic field. When a conductive but non-magnetic material is passed through the flux field established in the air gap betw ...


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Zenuemon Abe, Kunio Tanaka, Masao Hotta, Masaaki Imai: Method of obtaining internal information of a measuring target from the out-side by the application of a nuclear magnetic resonance phenomenon. Kichizo Niwa, Staas & Halsey, January 13, 1976: US03932805 (77 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method of obtaining internal information of the body to be investigated (target) by the application to the target of a nuclear magnetic resonance phenomenon, in which the measuring target is placed in a homogeneous magnetic field Ho and a static or scanning magnetic field ...


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Clifton Eugene McDermott, Franklin Dee Wareham: Method and apparatus for separating blood fractions. Bio Logics Products, Criddle & Thorpe, January 13, 1976: US03932277 (76 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for filtering and permanently separating the serum fraction from the cell fraction of centrifuged blood and the like. A separator head is passed through the serum and is positioned at the interface of the serum and the heavier red cells. As the separator head is positioned serum ...