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Wesley A Howell: Wetness indicating diaper. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, March 30, 1993: US05197958 (100 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a reusable wetness indicating cloth diaper which uses a thermally sensitive indicator to indicate that the diaper has become soiled. The diaper of the present invention includes material which at least partially thermally insulates the outer surface from said inner surface a ...


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Jianming Li: Method of making silicon material with enhanced surface mobility by hydrogen ion implantation. Biota, Michael G Berkman, March 30, 1993: US05198371 (100 worldwide citation)

A new-type silicon material is produced by hydrogen ion implantation and subsequent annealing, the annealing being preferably in two steps. The present invention raises surface mobility of a silicon wafer and produces a buried high-resistivity layer beneath a silicon surface layer. The resulting pro ...


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Craig J Coughlin: Transmission device for cable control of lumbar support mechanism. Fisher Dynamics Corporation, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 30, 1993: US05197780 (99 worldwide citation)

A transmission apparatus for permitting a seat occupant to selectively and remotely adjust distinct comfort features of a dual-function comfort mechanism corporated into a seating assembly. The transmission apparatus has a dual-positioned control device for defining a first mode position permitting ...


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Scott L Swartz, Peter J Melling: Process for making sol-gel deposited ferroelectric thin films insensitive to their substrates. Battelle Memorial Institute, Klaus H Wiesmann, March 30, 1993: US05198269 (99 worldwide citation)

A method for producing a thin film of a ferroelectric perovskite material having the steps of providing a first substrate; depositing a first layer of a sol-gel perovskite precursor material wherein the crystallization of this precursor material to the pervoskite phase is insensitive to the first su ...


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Kenneth J Susnjara: Weather radar display system. Thermwood Corporation, Lalos & Keegan, March 30, 1993: US05198819 (97 worldwide citation)

A weather radar display system and method for obtaining and storing radar return data for a plurality of horizontal and vertical sweeps, each horizontal sweep occurring at a different tilt angle and each vertical sweep occurring at a different azimuth angle. The radar return data is displayed as pla ...


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Edwin L Adair: Deformable and removable sheath for optical catheter. Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, March 30, 1993: US05197457 (97 worldwide citation)

A deformable sheath for an optical catheter is provided which includes an elongated, deformable hollow body having a normal predetermined shape which is compatible with its intended use in situ in a passageway in the patient. The body has a distal end and a proximate end with a plurality of channels ...


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Bernard W Bell: Flying magnetooptical read/write head employing an optical integrated circuit waveguide. Hewlett Packard Company, Earnest F Oberheim, March 30, 1993: US05199090 (96 worldwide citation)

A magnetooptic head is fabricated on a glass slider and flown adjacent a magnetooptic disk in a disk drive. The transducer is fabricated on an end of the glass slider. A planar or channel waveguide structure, fabricated by ion exchange in the end face of the glass slider, couples light from a light ...


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Thomas P Goth: Tamper-evident fusion bonded pull-tab induction foil lining system for container closures. Top Seal, LaValle D Ptak, March 30, 1993: US05197618 (96 worldwide citation)

A tamper-evident multiple layer induction foil liner for sealing the opening of a container comprises a "sandwich" having a first layer in the form of a fusion-bond heat seal polymer. This heat seal polymer is fusion bonded to the lip of the container opening to secure the liner to the opening. The ...


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Tony Dodaro: Cup lid. M&N Plastics, Arthur W Fisher III, March 30, 1993: US05197624 (95 worldwide citation)

A cup lid for use with a beverage cup comprising a peripheral flange to fit over a cup rim and a central portion containing a reclosable access closure flap selectively movable between an open and closed position having a pull tab formed on one end portion thereof and a hinge formed on the opposite ...


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Timothy J McCullough, Giorgio Grasselli: Control and safety system for electrically operated devices. Michael Sand Co, March 30, 1993: US05198702 (95 worldwide citation)

A control and safety system for electrically operated devices with a cutting tool (9) connected to a reversible electric motor (88), and control means for halting and reversing the movement of said motor comprises a pair of electrically conducting gloves (A) and (B) adapted to be worn by the operato ...