Melissa C Johnson: Catheter tube holder. Charles R Fay, August 28, 1979: US04165748 (548 worldwide citation)

A simple easily applied one-piece catheter tube holder originally made flat and comprising two main parts having adhesive thereon for temporary attachment to the limb of the patient, there being a narrow bridge also provided with adhesive and connecting the two main parts, said narrow bridge being f ...

Kermit H Burgin: Plastic forceps. Jenkins Coffey Hyland Badger & Conard, August 28, 1979: US04165746 (265 worldwide citation)

A pair of disposable plastic forceps includes elongated arms, each having a proximal end portion providing a handle and a distal end portion for attachment of a contacting member to each of the arms, and a hinge for movably connecting the arms to one another to provide adjustment of the forceps, the ...

William A Baker, Warren D Ketola: Tacky polymeric microspheres. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Cruzan Alexander, Donald M Sell, Gerald F Chernivec, August 28, 1979: US04166152 (199 worldwide citation)

Infusible, solvent-insoluble, solvent-dispersible, inherently tacky, elastomeric polymeric microspheres which are formed from non-ionic monomers and comprise at least one oleophilic water-emulsifiable alkyl acrylate or methacrylate ester, and a suspension polymerization technique for producing the m ...

John S Chapin: Sputtering process and apparatus. Airco, David A Draegert, E W Bopp, Larry R Cassett, August 28, 1979: US04166018 (156 worldwide citation)

Sputtering apparatus is described in which a magnetic field is formed adjacent a planar sputtering surface, the field comprising arching lines of flux over a closed loop erosion region on the sputtering surface.

Ronald C Laudig: Rotating collar lock connector for a coaxial cable. AMP Incorporated, AMP Incorporated, August 28, 1979: US04165911 (128 worldwide citation)

A rotating collar lock connector for terminating the end of a coaxial cable in which all of the metal parts therein are either stamped and formed or drawn, as opposed to being machined. Further, since no solder is required and since assembly is accomplished entirely from one direction the connector ...

Lee S Cline, Philip J John: Automatic intermittent vapor dispenser. Cline Buckner, Albert L Gabriel, August 28, 1979: US04166087 (108 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an improved vapor dispenser and method that may be used for vapor-treating the air of a given area; the air-treating vapors containing such diverse elements as medicants, decongestants, inhalants, repellants, insecticides, bactericides, deodorants, and the like. The ...

Donald R Uhlmann, Elias Snitzer, Richard J Hovey, Nori Y C Chu, Joseph T Fournier Jr: Stabilized photochromic materials. American Optical Corporation, Jeremiah J Duggan, Alan H Spencer, Stephen A Schneeberger, August 28, 1979: US04166043 (108 worldwide citation)

Organic photochromic materials comprising a photochromic dye and a resinous material can be stabilized with a protective coating which will protect them from deactivation by exposure to moisture, oxygen, various plastic host materials, reactive chemicals or even normal atmospheric conditions. Useful ...

Charles W Neefe: Method of making high quality plastic lenses. August 28, 1979: US04166088 (104 worldwide citation)

A method of making plastic lenses by casting a liquid monomer and a photosensitive catalyst between two transparent optical molds. One of the transparent molds having a convex lens on the outer surface to focus ultraviolet light toward the center of the monomer activating the photosensitive catalyst ...

Roger W Lange, Harold G Sowman: Shaped and fired articles of TiO.sub.2. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Cruzan Alexander, Donald M Sell, William G Ewert, August 28, 1979: US04166147 (104 worldwide citation)

Solid, shaped and fired refractory articles, such as fibers and microspheres, of titanium dioxide are made by shaping, gelling, and firing titania sols. Said fibers can be made by extruding in air a viscous aqueous titania sol, and heating and firing the resulting green fiber to remove water, decomp ...

Charles E Dunning, William D Lloyd, Joseph G Bicho: Multiple layer formation process for creped tissue. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Leydig Voit Osann Mayer & Holt, August 28, 1979: US04166001 (101 worldwide citation)

A process for directly forming multiple layer web, and creping such webs to provide absorbent, soft and bulky, creped tissue. The process produces a laminar fibrous formation with outer layers of strongly bonded fibers separated by an intermediate central section of weakly bonded fibers, which outer ...