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Edward J Cook, Arthur P Lagace: Apparatus for forming emulsions. Biotechnology Development Corporation, George W Dishong, Richard J Hammond, August 6, 1985: US04533254 (264 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for forming emulsions, a term used to include microemulsions. The leading edges of a plurality of sheets of an emulsion-forming liquid mixture are forced under pressure to impinge in a low-pressure turbulent zone of the liquid. The apparatus comprises a plurality of nozzles havi ...


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Marshall Medoff, Arthur P Lagace: Compositions of texturized fibrous materials. Xyleco, Fish & Richardson P C, September 10, 2002: US06448307 (72 worldwide citation)

The invention is based on the discovery that texturized cellulosic and/or lignocellulosic materials can be combined with many different matrix materials, including organic matrices (e.g., thermosetting resins, elastomers, asphalts, lignins, or tars) to produce useful compositions.


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Edward J Cook, Arthur P Lagace: Method of forming a microemulsion. Biotechnology Development Corporation, Schiller Pandiscio & Kusmer, March 13, 1990: US04908154 (65 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for forming emulsions, a term used to include microemulsions. The leading edges of a plurality of sheets of an emulsion-forming liquid mixture are forced under pressure to impinge in a low-pressure turbulent zone of the liquid. The apparatus comprises a plurality of nozzles havi ...


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Arthur P Lagace, Ronald E Blocher: Low-weight ultra-thin flexible radiation attenuation composition. Bar Ray Products, Barry G Magidoff, Paul J Sutton, March 20, 2007: US07193230 (8 worldwide citation)

A thin, light-weight, flexible sheet product useful for the manufacture of radiation attenuation garments. The sheet product is a polymeric material and includes a heavy loading of high molecular weight metal particles. The sheet product is formed from a polymer latex dispersion into which a high mo ...


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Arthur P Lagace, Ronald E Blocher: Flexible polymer sheet filled with heavy metal having a low total weight. Bar Ray Products, Paul J Sutton, Barry G Magidoff, February 10, 2009: US07488963 (1 worldwide citation)

A thin, light-weight, flexible sheet product useful for the manufacture of radiation attenuation garments. The sheet product is a polymeric material and includes a heavy loading of high molecular weight metal particles. The sheet product is formed from a polymer latex dispersion into which a high mo ...