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Brian Goodall
John Henry Lipian, Larry F Rhodes, Brian L Goodall, Andrew Bell, Richard A Mimna, John C Fondran, Saikumar Jayaraman, April D Hennis, Christine N Elia, Jennifer D Polley, Ayusman Sen: Catalyst and methods for polymerizing cycloolefins. The BFGoodrich Company, Nestor W Shust, Hudak & Shunk Co LPA, January 30, 2003: US20030023013-A1

Methods for the addition polymerization of cycloolefins using a cationic Group 10 metal complex and a weakly coordinating anion of the formula: [(R)zM(L)x(L)y]b [WCA]d wherein [(R)zM(L)x(L)y] is a cation complex where M represents a Group 10 transition metal; R represents an anionic hydrocarbyl cont ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Bielek, Thanh Vo, Frederick James Brunner: Second-stage turbine nozzle airfoil. Nixon & Vanderhye PC, January 30, 2003: US20030021680-A1

The second-stage nozzles have vanes comprising airfoil profiles substantially in accordance with Cartesian coordinate values of X, Y and Z set forth in inches in Table I with the X, Y and Z values commencing at the radially innermost aerodynamic section of the airfoil and then made relative to that ...


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Sanjay Chaturvedi
Sanjay Chaturvedi, Anne Mae Gaffney, Scott Han, Michele Doreen Hefener, Ruozhi Song: Halogen promoted multi-metal oxide catalyst. Alan Holler, Rohm and Haas Company Patent Department, January 23, 2003: US20030018208-A1

A catalyst comprising a promoted mixed metal oxide is useful for the vapor phase oxidation of an alkane or a mixture of an alkane and an alkene to an unsaturated carboxylic acid and for the vapor phase ammoxidation of an alkane or a mixture of an alkane and an alkene to an unsaturated nitrile.


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Helber: Apparatus for in-wall storage of a toilet plunger. Craig A Helber, January 23, 2003: US20030015946-A1

Apparatus for storing and concealing a toilet plunger in a bathroom wall. The storage apparatus comprises restraint means for compressing the toilet plunger cup or bulb and retaining it in a compressed state. In a preferred embodiment, the plunger cup or bulb is compressed to substantially less than ...


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Jens Nagel
Jens Nagel, Giovanni Seni: Text input method for personal digital assistants and the like. Motorola, Motorola, January 23, 2003: US20030016873-A1

A handheld device 100 with a graphical user interface for entering handwritten text 102. The handheld device includes word and character input areas 104, 106 within a designated input area 108. Icons 110, 112, 114, 116 and 118 are disposed at the right side of the handwriting user interface 102. A s ...


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Sanjay Chaturvedi
Sanjay Chaturvedi, Anne Mae Gaffney, Ruozhi Song, Elsie Mae Vickery: Mixed metal oxide catalyst. Rohm And Haas Company, January 16, 2003: US20030013904-A1

A catalyst comprising a mixed metal oxide is useful for the vapor phase oxidation of an alkane or a mixture of an alkane and an alkene to an unsaturated carboxylic acid and for the vapor phase ammoxidation of an alkane or a mixture of an alkane and an alkene to an unsaturated nitrile.


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St├ęphane De Lombaert
Raymond F Horvath, Jennifer Tran, St├ęphane De Lombaert, Kevin J Hodgetts, Philip A Carpino, David A Griffith: Certain alkylene diamine-substituted heterocycles. Neurogen Corporation, Pfizer, Ladas & Parry, January 14, 2003: US06506762 (111 worldwide citation)

The present invention also provides a general method to whereby mono-, bi-, or tricyclic heterocycles may be modified to obtain potent antagonists at the NPY


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Belgacem Haba Belgacem (Bel) Haba
Donald V Perino, Belgacem Haba, Sayeh Khalili: Multiple channel modules and bus systems using same. Rambus, Pennie & Edmonds, January 9, 2003: US20030007337-A1

Various module structures are disclosed which may be used to implement modules having 1 to N channels. Bus systems may be formed by the interconnection of such modules.


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Garo Khanarian
Garo Khanarian, Yujian You, Robert H Gore, Angelo A Lamola: Porous optical materials. Shipley Company, c o EDWARDS & ANGELL, Dike Bronstein Roberts & Cushman IP Group, January 9, 2003: US20030008244-A1

Methods of preparing porous optical materials are provided. These methods allow for the selection of the desired pore size and level of porosity in the porous optical material. Such methods utilize a preformed polymeric porogen.



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