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Dieter Jaworek, Michael Nelbock Hochstetter, Klaus Beaucamp, Hans Ulrich Bergmeyer, Karl Heinz Botsch: Carrier-bound protein prepared by reacting the protein with an acylating or alkylating compound having a carrier-bonding group and reacting the product with a carrier. Boehringer Mannheim, Burgess Dinklage & Sprung, July 13, 1976: US03969287 (181 worldwide citation)

Carrier-bound proteins are prepared by reacting a protein in aqueous solution with a coupling compound having at least one group capable of acylating or alkylating proteins and at least one additional group capable of producing a bond with a carrier material, and reacting the resulting product with ...


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Gerald E McWilliams: Device for determining the state of charge in batteries. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, G J Rubens, T M Phillips, July 13, 1976: US03969667 (140 worldwide citation)

A device for determining the state of charge in batteries. The battery un test is discharged to its maximum capability by controlling the discharge current in a linear manner. The product of the current and battery voltage is recorded until the battery power reaches maximum at the maximum power poin ...


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Robert James Proebsting, Robert Sherman Green: Dynamic random access memory misfet integrated circuit. Mostek Corporation, Hubbard Thurman Turner & Tucker, July 13, 1976: US03969706 (131 worldwide citation)

A MISFET dynamic random access memory chip having 4,096 single transistor, single capacitor storage cells yet packaged in a standard sixteen pin dual inline package is disclosed. Six bit row address and six bit column address data are sequentially multiplexed into row address latches and column addr ...


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David F Moyer, Shaun S Devlin, Richard J Genik: Method and apparatus for engine control. Ford Motor Company, Robert W Brown, Keith L Zerschling, July 13, 1976: US03969614 (130 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for controlling a combustion engine. Means are provided for controlling the energy conversion function of the engine. Adjustments of these control means are obtained by sensing at least one engine operating condition, developing an electrical signal indicative of such conditio ...


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Aaron Joseph Teller: Abatement of high concentrations of acid gas emissions. Teller Environmental Systems, Thompson Birch Gauthier & Samuels, July 13, 1976: US03969482 (124 worldwide citation)

A process is disclosed for the large-scale abatement of acid gases in hot industrial effluent gas streams. In a first stage, the proportion of acid gases in a hot gas stream containing a relatively high initial concentration of acid gases is substantially reduced by contacting the gas stream with an ...


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Javathu K Hassan, Alfred Mack, Michael R Wojtaszek: Method and apparatus for handling workpieces. International Business Machines Corporation, Frank C Leach Jr, Theodore E Galanthay, July 13, 1976: US03968885 (115 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor wafer, which has chips formed thereon, is moved from a class 100 environment into a vacuum chamber in which pattern writing is performed on the chips by an electron beam without significantly affecting the vacuum level in the vacuum chamber. The wafer is initially disposed on an elev ...


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Kurt Zosel: Process for the separation of mixtures of substances. Studiengesellschaft Kohle m b H, Burgess Dinklage & Sprung, July 13, 1976: US03969196 (105 worldwide citation)

The process of separating a mixture which is in liquid state or solid state or liquid and solid state and contains at least one compound containing an organic group, which comprises


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Joseph A Vilasi: Device for insertion into a body opening. Bauer Amer & King, July 13, 1976: US03968800 (98 worldwide citation)

An essentially hollow device for use in a body opening without limitation to but as an endotracheal tube, a bronchoscope, a vascular or cervical dilator and the like wherein the same has an outer surface that is operable to expand into engagement with the wall of the body opening into which the same ...


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Donald K Jewell: Foam package for breakfast foods. Restaurant Technology, Dressler Goldsmith Clement & Gordon, July 13, 1976: US03968921 (94 worldwide citation)

A foam package for food comprises a dish section and a cover section which are provided with hinging and latching mechanisms for closing and opening the package. The hinging and latching mechanisms comprise outwardly projecting tongues on the dish section which extend into complementary apertures in ...


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Arnold Hershman: Process for producing N-phosphonomethyl glycine. Monsanto Company, William T Black, Donald W Peterson, July 13, 1976: US03969398 (89 worldwide citation)

A process for the production of N-phosphonomethyl glycine by the oxidation of N-phosphonomethylimino diacetic acid utilizing a molecular oxygen-containing gas as the oxidant in the presence of a catalyst consisting essentially of activated carbon. The N-phosphonomethyl glycine produced is useful as ...



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