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Thomas Arthur Edward, Kennedy Ronald John, Lamb Clive: Gaming machine. Thomas Arthur Edward, Kennedy Ronald John, Lamb Clive, October 5, 1983: GB2117155-A (195 worldwide citation)

A gaming or amusement machine 2 comprises a reel mechanism and a video monitor 20. A nudging facility is provided, whereby the symbols on the reels 4 are displayed in corresponding positions on the monitor screen, and a user can index the symbols on the monitor screen in an attempt to achieves winni ...


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Graham David James: Gas turbines and engines. Boc Group, October 5, 1983: GB2117053-A (70 worldwide citation)

The combustion chambers 30 of gas turbine units 6(a) to 6(c) (or equivalent piston engines) are supplied with fuel gas via pipe 26 and in order to compensate for a substantial decline in the calorific value of the fuel gas over a period of time, commercially pure oxygen or oxygen-enriched air is sup ...


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Seleman Don J, Honzik Roy F: Filter element assembly replaceable mesh pack.. Hr Textron, October 5, 1983: EP0090383-A2 (56 worldwide citation)

A filter element constructed of stainless steel. The element includes a pair of filter media concentrically disposed to receive parallel flow of the filtrant. The element is adapted for disassembly to remove the filter media. The various component parts of the filter element may thereafter be easily ...


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Fujimura Shuzo: Gas flow in plasma treatment processes.. Fujitsu, October 5, 1983: EP0090586-A1 (52 worldwide citation)

In a process and apparatus for plasma treatment by the use of a separately provided plasma generating chamber (27) and a treating chamber (30) in which an activated gas excited in the plasma generating chamber is introduced into the treating chamber, the gas is distributed within the treating chambe ...


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Esposito Antonio, Neri Carlo, Buonomo Franco, Taramasso Marco: Process for hydroxylating aromatic hydrocarbons. Anic, October 5, 1983: GB2116974-A (43 worldwide citation)

A process for the hydroxylation of aromatic hydrocarbons by means of hydrogen peroxide, consisting of reacting the compounds in the presence of synthetic zeolites containing either substituted or exchanged heteroatoms. The reaction is carried out in acetone at a temperature of between 80 and 120 DEG ...


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Clark Richard Paul, Hawk Gary Wilbert, Hnatuck Robert James: Shielded connector.. Amp, October 5, 1983: EP0090539-A2 (43 worldwide citation)

A shielded connector is formed by cover members (18, 20) normally molded of insulative material selectively plated with conductive material (32) to form a shield. The members (18, 20) include interfitting peripherial flanges (30), which are plated, so that no gaps, which would act as slot antennae, ...


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Adams Steven Paul, Galluppi Gerald Russell: Chemical dna synthesis.. Monsanto, October 5, 1983: EP0090789-A1 (41 worldwide citation)

A process for the production of oligonucleotides such as DNA is disclosed which comprises the phosphite triester method on inorganic solid support in which a hindered dialkylamino nucleoside phosphite having a total of 4 to 6 carbon atoms in the dialkyl group is employed as an intermediate reagent i ...


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Michaely William James, Kraatz Gary Wayne: Certain 2-(2-substituted benzoyl)-1,3-cyclohexanediones.. Stauffer Chemical Co, October 5, 1983: EP0090262-A2 (36 worldwide citation)

Compounds having the structural formula wherein R and R are hydrogen or C1-C4 alkyl; R is chlorine, bromine or iodine; R is hydrogen, iodine or chlorine; and R is hydrogen, halogen, C1-C4 alkyl, C1-C4 alkoxy, nitro, or trifluormethyl as herbicides.


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Henning Rainer Dr, Urbach Hansjoerg Dr, Geiger Rolf Prof Dr, Teetz Volker Dr, Becker Reinhard Dr: (c)Pyrrole-carboxylic acids, process for their preparation, agents containing them and their use, as well as cycloalka(c)pyrrole-carboxylic acids as intermediates, and process for their preparation.. Hoechst, October 5, 1983: EP0090362-A2 (34 worldwide citation)

Compounds of the formula I in which n = 1, 2 or 3, R is hydrogen, unsubstituted or amino-, acylamino- or benzoylamino-substituted alkyl, alkenyl, cycloalkyl, cycloalkenyl, cycloalkylalkyl, aryl or partially hydrogenated aryl each of which can be substituted by alkyl, alkoxy or halogen, arylalkyl whi ...