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Wallace Kirschner, Lawrence Martin Haskel: Television display control apparatus. Alpex Computer Corporation, Darby & Darby, May 31, 1977: US04026555 (281 worldwide citation)

Keyboard-controlled apparatus for producing video signals for standard television receivers includes a random access memory having a multiplicity of storage positions each of which corresponds to a preselected discrete portion of the TV raster. Data stored in the random access memory is sequentially ...


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David A Redford: In situ gasification of solid hydrocarbon materials in a subterranean formation. Texaco Exploration Canada, Thomas H Whaley, Carl G Ries, Jack H Park, May 31, 1977: US04026357 (245 worldwide citation)

Solid hydrocarbon materials present in subsurface earth formation such as, for example, the coke like residue remaining in a subterranean tar sand deposit which has previously been exploited by controlled oxidation depletion, is converted to a synthesis gas composition by contacting the solid hydroc ...


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Harold A Clark: Pigment-free coating compositions. Dow Corning Corporation, Norman E Lewis, May 31, 1977: US04027073 (208 worldwide citation)

An acidic dispersion of colloidal silica and hydroxylated silsesquioxane in an alcohol-water medium is coated onto solid substrates, such as acrylic lenses, to provide an abrasion resistant coating.


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Harold A Green, John J Merianos, Alfonso N Petrocci: Randomly terminated capped polymers. Millmaster Onyx Corporation, Arthur A Jacobs, May 31, 1977: US04027020 (176 worldwide citation)

Anti-microbial polymeric quaternary ammonium compounds having linear chains which terminate in quaternary ammonium moieties, such compounds being formed by polymerization which is carried out in such a manner that the linear chains thereof are terminated in random fashion, the reaction resulting in ...


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Robert E Paup, James F Blair: Automated processing of financial documents. Recognition Equipment Incorporated, John E Vandigriff, May 31, 1977: US04027142 (176 worldwide citation)

Automated processing of bank checks encoded with alphanumeric characters on the face of each check by transporting said checks as a serial constant velocity train through a processor to a sorter while at a first station generating an item control number unique to each document and at a second statio ...


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George Anthony Caccoma, Paul Philip Castrucci, William Otto Druschel: Automated integrated circuit manufacturing system. International Business Machines Corporation, Wesley DeBruin, May 31, 1977: US04027246 (137 worldwide citation)

A computer controlled manufacturing system employing random access semiconductor wafer storage in the fabrication of integrated circuit devices.


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Harold A Green, John J Merianos, Alfonso N Petrocci: Anti-microbial quaternary ammonium co-polymers. Millmaster Onyx Corporation, Arthur A Jacobs, May 31, 1977: US04026945 (130 worldwide citation)

Anti-Microbial Quaternary Ammonium Co-Polymers formed by the condensation of at least two di-functional tertiary amines and a molar quantity of 1,4-dihalo-2-butene that is equal to the molar sum of the di-functional tertiary amines in the mixture.


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John G Chubbuck: Intracranial pressure monitor. The Johns Hopkins University, Robert E Archibald, Kenneth E Darnell, May 31, 1977: US04026276 (127 worldwide citation)

Pressure monitoring apparatus implantable in the cranium to measure intracranial pressure, the apparatus comprises a passive resonant circuit having a natural frequency influenced by ambient pressure. The resonant circuit has inductance and capacitance capability for comparing the local environmenta ...


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Theodore Gottlieb: Stainless steel liner in oil well pipe. Hydril Company, William W Haefliger, May 31, 1977: US04026583 (127 worldwide citation)

An oil well pipe incorporates a corrosion-resistant, metallic liner which is intimately metallurgically bonded to the pipe bore.


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Didya D Levy: Bone generating method and device. Hydro Med Sciences, Cushman Darby & Cushman, May 31, 1977: US04026304 (121 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for stimulating in vivo bone growth whereby a train of electrical pulses, rather than a direct current potential, is applied to the bone in vivo to produce faster and more satisfactory growth than a direct current voltage. In the embodiment described below, an astable multivib ...



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