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Jeno Havas, Geza Nagy, Emma Porjesz, Erno Pungor: Molecule selective sensor for industrial use and procedure for its preparation. Radelkis Elektrokemiai Miszergyarto Szovetkezet, Gabriel P Katona, March 1, 1983: US04375399 (238 worldwide citation)

A molecule selective sensor having two permeable membranes in contacting relationship with each other, one membrane being a protein membrane found in nature, as for example, hog intestine membrane, air bladder of fish, epidermal section of mammals and reptiles, etc. and the other membrane being the ...


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Frank C Templin, Thomas J Zato: Selective video reception control system. Zenith Radio Corporation, March 1, 1983: US04375651 (234 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling a channel/band selective microcomputer programmed indirect frequency synthesis tuner is disclosed. Separate groups of VHF, UHF or CATV channels are programmed by means of a key switch having various positions of engagement corresponding to individual groups of channels. Foll ...


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Ernest M DiGeronimo: Forceps, scalpel and blood coagulating surgical instrument. Daniel H Bobis, March 1, 1983: US04375218 (211 worldwide citation)

A composite tool having a preferred use as a surgical instrument has coacting resilient elongated members connected at one end to each other and movable towards and away from each other at the respective sized and shaped free ends to define a forceps or tweezers, and a scalpel blade supporting assem ...


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Fredrick M Matvias: Microwave applicator with cooling mechanism for intracavitary treatment of cancer. Charles W Chandler, March 1, 1983: US04375220 (211 worldwide citation)

Microwave applicator with cooling mechanism for intracavitary treatment of cancer comprises a jacket with means for delivering water, air or a combination of water and air into the jacket to control the external and internal jacket temperature and temperature of surrounding tissues.


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George I Davida, David L Wells, John B Kam: Database encryption and decryption circuit and method using subkeys. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, Robert W Cook, March 1, 1983: US04375579 (185 worldwide citation)

An encryption and decryption circuit and method using subkeys which is therefore particularly useful for the encryption and decryption of database information. Each data field has a corresponding write key and a different read key. A database record is encrypted by multiplying each field by its corr ...


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Edward J Arkans: Compression device with pressure determination. The Kendall Company, Powell L Sprunger, March 1, 1983: US04375217 (132 worldwide citation)

A device for applying compressive pressures against a patient's limb from a source of fluid comprising, a sleeve for placement about the patient's limb and having at least one inflatable chamber. The compressive device has a device for intermittently inflating and deflating the chamber, a first cond ...


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William E Thornton: Kinesimetric method and apparatus. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Edward K Fein, John R Manning, Marvin F Matthews, March 1, 1983: US04375674 (126 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are apparatus and method for the determination of functional capability of bodies. Reach as well as velocity, acceleration and force generation at various positions may be determined for a body by a three dimensional kinesimeter equipped with an ergometer. A general data package indicative ...


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Nicholas Kalmar: Process for the in situ recovery of both petroleum and inorganic mineral content of an oil shale deposit. Owen Wickersham & Erickson, March 1, 1983: US04375302 (117 worldwide citation)

A process for obtaining useful products from an oil shale formation that has intermixed nahcolite and dawsonite. An aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide, containing a surfactant, is injected into the formation via wells. The sodium hydroxide reacts with the nahcolite to yield a sodium carbonate solu ...


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Jerry W Crayne, Natalie A Wolff, David L Botterman: Reusable enclosed carrier carton. Container Corporation of America, Richard W Carpenter, Davis Chin, March 1, 1983: US04375258 (113 worldwide citation)

A fully enclosed carrier carton for bottles or the like having removable portions to provide access to the contents of the carton without destroying the integrity of the carton for reuse.


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Jerome J Tiemann: System for processing video signals. General Electric Company, Julius J Zaskalicky, James C Davis Jr, Marvin Snyder, March 1, 1983: US04375650 (111 worldwide citation)

A video processing system in which each field of image data is divided into rows and columns of blocks of picture elements. The number of blocks utilized is large enough so that when each block is considered to be a picture element, the blocks provide a reasonable raster for the peripheral vision as ...



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