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William W Durand, Anil K Jain, Ronald E Peterson: Graded index Fabry-Perot optical filter device. Honeywell, Charles J Ungemach, March 22, 1983: US04377324 (243 worldwide citation)

A Fabry-Perot filter device comprising a pair of low index substrates having a refractive index of less than 2.4 and mounted in parallel relationship so as to present facing sides to each other in an optical path. A coating is placed on the facing sides of each of said low index substrates, the coat ...


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Roy G Gordon: Non-iridescent glass structures. Andrew F Kehoe, March 22, 1983: US04377613 (222 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes transparent glass window structures of the type bearing a coating of infra-red reflective material which is advantageously less than about 0.85 microns in thickness and wherein the observance of iridescence resulting from such a reflective coating is markedly reduced by pro ...


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Charles R Ashcraft, Hee C Park: Lustrous satin appearing, opaque film compositions and method of preparing same. Mobil Oil Corporation, Charles A Huggett, James F Powers Jr, James P O Sullivan Sr, March 22, 1983: US04377616 (170 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an opaque, biaxially oriented polymeric film structure of lustrous satin appearance comprising a thermoplastic core matrix having a strata of voids; said voids being created by the inclusion within the matrix material of spherical void-initiating solid particles ...


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Otto Schwarz, Yendra Linnau, Franz Loblich, Thomas Seelich: Tissue adhesive. Immuno Aktiengesellschaft fur Chemisch Medizinische Produkte, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, March 22, 1983: US04377572 (170 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a tissue adhesive used in mammals for among other things to connect tissue or organs, in sealing wounds, stopping bleeding and healing wounds. The adhesive comprises specified amounts of factor XIII, fibrinogen, cold-insoluble globulin and albumin and plasminogen-activator ...


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Roy E Anderson, Richard L Frey, James R Lewis: Electronic audience polling system. General Electric Company, Geoffrey H Krauss, James C Davis Jr, Marvin Snyder, March 22, 1983: US04377870 (162 worldwide citation)

An audience polling system includes a plurality of wireless transmitters, each transmitter capable of transmitting a pulse of electromagnetic energy on a selected one of a group of predetermined frequencies. Each frequency selected on which to transmit corresponds to one of a group of suggested resp ...


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Ronald P Rzasa, Ronald M Wallach: Cryosurgical instrument. Wallach Surgical Instruments, March 22, 1983: US04377168 (156 worldwide citation)

A cryosurgical instrument having a cooling mode and a rapid warming or defrost mode is provided with a first conduit through which refrigerant gas is metered to undergo a Joule-Thomson or isoenthalpic expansion adjacent the tip of the instrument to cool the tip. The tip is defrosted by admitting a l ...


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Gary H Rasmusson, David B R Johnston, Glen E Arth deceased: 4-Aza-17.beta.-substituted-5.alpha.-androstan-3-one-reductase inhibitors. Merck & Co, Thomas E Arther, Mario A Monaco, March 22, 1983: US04377584 (138 worldwide citation)

4-Aza-17.beta.-substituted-5.alpha.-androstan-3-ones and their A-homo analogs of the formula: ##STR1## where Formula (I) may also have the structure of partial Formulas (II) and/or (III);


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Peter Bauer: Footwear having removable sole. March 22, 1983: US04377042 (111 worldwide citation)

Athletic shoes with removable outsoles are disclosed. Each upper is designed to fit an individual foot and ankle of a particular wearer and such upper is provided with an insole securely and permanently connected therewith. Each insole terminates along its peripheral margin with one part of a bead-a ...


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Thomas P Kadlic: Playing card dispenser. Vingt Et Un Corporation, Seidel Gonda Goldhammer & Panitch, March 22, 1983: US04377285 (97 worldwide citation)

A playing card dispenser comprising: (a) at least two compartments each appropriately sized to accommodate a stack of playing cards; (b) an exterior opening leading from each compartment and from which playing cards can be withdrawn one at a time; (c) a cover selectively placeable about any compartm ...


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Kinichiro Yamaguchi: Collapsible container. Kabushiki Kaisha Ekijibishon, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, March 22, 1983: US04377191 (89 worldwide citation)

A collapsible container comprising collapsible stepped walls which are formed by alternating substantially horizontal surfaces and substantially vertical surfaces.