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A Richard Sinclair, S Byron Smith: Downhole chemical delivery system for oil and gas wells. Santrol, Howrey Simon Arnold & White, August 28, 2001: US06279656 (193 worldwide citation)

The invention is the method of treating of a well, a formation, or both, with the solids, liquids, or apparatuses, by 1) encasing the solids, liquids, or apparatuses in a water-soluble shell, 2) conveying the encased solids, liquids, or gases to the predetermined location in the well, and then 3) al ...


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A Richard Sinclair, S Byron Smith: Downhole chemical delivery system for oil and gas wells. Santrol, Howrey, May 23, 2006: US07049272 (114 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method of treating of a well, a formation, or both, with the solids, liquids, or apparatuses, by 1) encasing said solids, liquids, or apparatuses in a water-soluble shell, 2) conveying said encased solids, liquids, or apparatuses to a predetermined location in the well, and ...


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Gerald J McNabb, Byron Smith: Mobile mounted remote sensing/application apparatus for interacting with selected areas of interest within a field. J R Simplot Company, Wells St John Roberts Gregory & Matkin P S, March 16, 1999: US05884224 (74 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is provided for detecting agronomic information on a field to be cultivated. The apparatus has at least one sensor configured to detect agronomic information from an area of interest from within a field. The agronomic information detected over space and time being desirable to facilitat ...


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Donald H Mitchell, Richard M Pearce, C Byron Smith, Sand T Brown: Removal of bitter naringin and limonin from citrus juices containing the same. Mitco Water Laboratories, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, April 30, 1985: US04514427 (28 worldwide citation)

The principle bitter flavor components of natural grapefruit juice, naringin and limonin are substantially reduced by treatment of the grapefruit juice with a weak base anion exchange resin having a styrene polymer matrix carrying functional groups derived from a mono or poly amine. The ion exchange ...


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Fred J Dechow, Donald H Mitchell, Richard M Pearce, C Byron Smith, Sand T Brown: Upflow ion exchange treatment of natural edible juices containing high acidity and suspended solids. Mitco Water Laboratories, June 11, 1985: US04522836 (19 worldwide citation)

A naturally acidic, edible fruit or vegetable juice containing a significant concentration of suspended matter, such as pulp, is effectively subjected to ion exchange without substantial loss in pulp content by passing the juice through a supported laterally confined particulate bed of a weak base a ...


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Sand T Brown, John R Derrick Jr, C Byron Smith: Ion exchange method of treating liquid fermentation products to reduce the content of coloring matter therein. Mitco Water Laboratories, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, October 4, 1988: US04775541 (11 worldwide citation)

Liquid natural fermentation products, such as wines, are treated to reduce the content of coloring matter therein without substantially deleteriously affecting the other vinous qualities thereby by the steps of passing the liquid product through a granular bed of a strongly basic macro-porous anion ...


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Byron Smith: Ball marking device. James Marc Leas, January 14, 2014: US08627768 (4 worldwide citation)

A device for marking a ball includes a stencil ring and a housing. The housing includes a base and a top. The base includes a base quick connecting element. The top includes a top quick connecting element. The base and said top quick connecting elements are for connecting and disconnecting the base ...


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James Pan, Jonathan Byron Smith, Ming Ren Lin: Methods for fabricating a semiconductor device, which include selectively depositing an electrically conductive material. Advanced Micro Devices, Ingrassia Fisher & Lorenz P C, February 12, 2008: US07329582 (3 worldwide citation)

Methods are provided for fabricating a semiconductor device having an impurity doped region in a silicon substrate. The method comprises forming a metal silicide layer electrically contacting the impurity doped region and depositing a conductive layer overlying and electrically contacting the metal ...


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Chris Taylor, Terry Oquin, Jared Greer, Abby Terluow, Kinan Alhallak, Christopher Oldfield, Mason Harper, Patrick O Brien, Jill Goodrich, Byron Smith: Device and methods for lifting patient tissue during laparoscopic surgery. Lapovations, Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, Matthew C Cox, August 21, 2018: US10052440

A surgical device that provides a suction force against a patient's body. The device includes a handle and a suction head pivotally attached to the handle. The suction head includes an open-ended suction chamber having a rim positioned to engage the patient's skin. An actuator on the handle operates ...


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Matthew Stiles, William David Nicolay, G Gerard Gormley, Byron Smith: Microplate stacker for plates with lids. BIO TEK INSTRUMENTS, Sughrue Mion PLLC, June 14, 2016: US09366686

A microplate stacker capable of removing and replacing standard microplate lids by separating a microplate from a lid located directly above the microplate in a stack of microplates and lids.