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David W Newton: Signal generating device and method for producing coagulation electrosurgical current. Valleylab, Gerald J Ferguson Jr, Joseph J Baker, June 15, 1976: US03963030 (160 worldwide citation)

A signal generating device and method for producing an RF output signal regulated in power and of decaying amplitude suitable for use in an electrosurgical generator for surgical coagulation purposes. The device includes a circuit tuned to a predetermined radio frequency suitable to prevent nerve st ...


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Walter Burger, Hans Leo Ditscheid: Connector arrangement for coaxial cables. Felten & Guilleaume Kabelwerke, Michael J Striker, June 15, 1976: US03963321 (145 worldwide citation)

The connector arrangement is moisture-proof and radiation-impervious. It includes a connector sleeve having a conical cavity which receives and secures that portion of the coaxial cable from which the outer protective sheath has been stripped. It furthermore includes a collar which tightly surrounds ...


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Georg Spinner: Cable connector for solid-insulation coaxial cables. Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, June 15, 1976: US03963320 (142 worldwide citation)

The disclosure concerns a cable connector for solid-insulation coaxial cables, the outer conductor of which consisting of a thin copper layer that is carried by a dielectric layer and is surrounded externally by a protective sheath of insulating material and a radial contact is established between t ...


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George Peter Rizzi, Harry Madison Taylor: Synthesis of higher polyol fatty acid polyesters. The Procter & Gamble Company, Jerry J Yetter, Julius P Filcik, Richard C Witte, June 15, 1976: US03963699 (132 worldwide citation)

A solvent-free transesterification comprising the steps of (1) heating a mixture of a polyol, a fatty acid lower alkyl ester, an alkali metal fatty acid soap, and a basic catalyst to form a homogenous melt; and (2) subsequently adding to the reaction product of step (1) excess fatty acid lower alkyl ...


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Robert S Quandt: Ocular testing method and apparatus. Johnson Dienner Emrich & Wagner, June 15, 1976: US03963019 (126 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for detecting changes in body chemistry, for example, glycemia, is disclosed in which a beam of light is projected into and through the aqueous humor of the patient's eye. An analyzer positioned to detect the beam on its exit from the patient's eye compares the effect the aque ...


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Howard Lincoln North Jr: Fluid dispensing system. Becton Dickinson and Company, Kane Dalsimer Kane Sullivan and Kurucz, June 15, 1976: US03963151 (106 worldwide citation)

A fluid dispensing system for accurately dispensing precise aliquots of fluid rapidly and efficiently. The system includes a reservoir of fluid and a pump adapted for connection to a reservoir of fluid and for transferring precise aliquots of fluid from the reservoir to an outlet orifice. An inlet t ...


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Martin Ullrich, Ernst Meisert, Alfred Eitel: Process for the production of polyurethane elastomers. Bayer Aktiengesellschaft, Joseph C Gil, Gene Harsh, June 15, 1976: US03963679 (81 worldwide citation)

The instant invention is directed to the discovery that it is now possible to obtain high quality, elastomeric polyurethanes or polyureas, even when using highly reactive diamines as chain lengthening agents, without the formation of unwanted irregularities, if the mixture of reactants is exposed to ...


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Robert M Morton, Ariel L Perlmann: Programmable interface contactor structure. International Business Machines Corporation, Wesley DeBruin, June 15, 1976: US03963986 (78 worldwide citation)

A programmable interface contactor structure including a plurality of discrete electrical probes geometrically arranged, or oriented, to respectively electrically contact a discrete one of an array of conductive pads on a device under test. The plurality of discrete probes are contained and supporte ...


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Larry K Winslow: Method and apparatus for gravel packing well bores. Baker Oil Tools, Bernard Kriegel, June 15, 1976: US03963076 (75 worldwide citation)

A liner provided with by-pass ports and a perforated portion or screen below the ports is secured to a suitable well packer and lowered on an outer tubing string in well casing to a location at which the screen straddles casing perforations within a producing formation, the packer being packed-off a ...


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Walter R Hogg: Semi-automatic adjusting delay for an electronic particle separator. Coulter Electronics, Silverman & Cass, June 15, 1976: US03963606 (71 worldwide citation)

A particle separator for separating particles suspended in a fluid according to certain characteristics, including a device for adjusting an electrical delay to be equal to the time between the emergence of a particle from a jet forming aperture to the point of break-off. The device includes a varia ...