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Raymond S Kasevich, Myer Kolker, Arthur S Dwyer: In situ radio frequency selective heating system. Raytheon Company, Walter F Dawson, Richard M Sharkansky, Joseph D Pannone, July 3, 1984: US04457365 (290 worldwide citation)

The process and apparatus for extracting the products of kerogen in situ from an oil shale body by supplying energy selectively to the kerogen by high frequency electric fields in the frequency range between 100 kilohertz and 1000 megahertz at an intensity which heats the kerogen to a temperature ra ...


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Raymond S Kasevich, Arthur S Dwyer, Bart G Guerreri: Microwave dipole probe for in vivo localized hyperthermia. SCD Incorporated, Joseph S Iandiorio, William E Noonan, September 23, 1986: US04612940 (131 worldwide citation)

A microwave dipole probe for in vivo localized hyperthermia includes an outer conductor and an inner conductor extending through and beyond the outer conductor. The portion of the inner conductor extending beyond the outer conductor is expanded in diameter relative to the portion within the outer co ...


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Raymond S Kasevich, Myer Kolker, Arthur S Dwyer: In situ radio frequency selective heating process. Raytheon Company, M D Bartlett, J D Pannone, H W Arnold, February 20, 1979: US04140179 (105 worldwide citation)

The process and apparatus for extracting the products of kerogen in situ from an oil shale body by supplying energy selectively to the kerogen by high frequency electric fields in the frequency range between 100 kilohertz and 1000 megahertz at an intensity which heats the kerogen to a temperature ra ...


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Raymond S Kasevich, Myer Kolker, Arthur S Dwyer: In situ radio frequency selective heating process and system. Raytheon Company, M D Bartlett, J D Pannone, H W Arnold, November 24, 1981: US04301865 (60 worldwide citation)

The process and apparatus for extracting the products of kerogen in situ from an oil shale body by supplying energy selectively to the kerogen by high frequency electric fields in the frequency range between 100 kilohertz and 1000 megahertz at an intensity which heats the kerogen to a temperature ra ...



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