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James T Holen, Enrique Hicaro Jr, Caryn G Putterman, Tung Ming Huang, Carl W Merkh: Reaction cartridge and carousel for biological sample analyzer. Abbott Laboratories, Lawrence S Pope, June 14, 1994: US05320808 (275 worldwide citation)

A semi-automated biological sample analyzer and subsystems are provided to simultaneously perform a plurality of enzyme immuno assays for human IgE class antibodies specific to a panel of preselected allergens in each of a plurality of biological samples. A carousel is provided to position and hold ...


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Benton A Durley III, James D Defreese, Carl W Merkh: Test card for performing assays. Abbott Laboratories, Wean Khing Wong, Priscilla E Porembski, December 24, 1991: US05075077 (164 worldwide citation)

A semi-automated biological sample analyzer and subsystems are provided to simultaneously perform a plurality of enzyme immuno assays for human IgE class antibodies specific to a panel of preselected allergens in each of a plurality of biological samples. A carousel is provided to position and hold ...


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Emerson W Chan, Werner Schulze, William G Robey, Brian P Braun, Cynthia K Daluga, Andreas A Kapsalis, Kevin M Knigge, John E Stephens, Joseph J Stojak II, David S Vallaris, Benton A Durley deceased, James D Defreese, Carl W Merkh: Multilayer solid phase immunoassay support and method of use. Abbott Laboratories, Priscilla E Porembski, Frank S Ungemach, June 9, 1992: US05120662 (96 worldwide citation)

An immunoassay which is capable of simultaneously detecting any desired number of antigens of one infectious agent, or combinations of antigens of several infectious agents, or any desired number of immunoglobulins of one infectious agent, or combinations of immunoglobulins of several infectious age ...


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Carl W Merkh, James D Defreese, Benton A Durley III deceased: Test array for performing assays. Abbott Laboratories, Lawrence S Pope, Frank S Ungemach, January 25, 1994: US05281540 (75 worldwide citation)

A semi-automated biological sample analyzer and subsystems are provided to simultaneously perform a plurality of enzyme immunoassays for human IgE class antibodies specific to a panel of preselected allergens in each of a plurality of biological samples. A carousel is provided to position and hold a ...


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Jon M Bill Jr, Carl W Merkh: Silicon and catalyst material preparation in a process for producing trichlorosilane. Dynamic Engineering, Taylor & Aust P C, July 13, 2010: US07754175 (2 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing trichlorosilane by reacting silicon with hydrogen chloride, or silicon tetrachloride with hydrogen in the presence of silicon, and catalysts where the silicon and catalysts are laminated together and reduced in particle size prior to reaction.


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Jon M Bill JR, Carl W Merkh: Silicon and catalyst material preparation in a process for producing trichlorosilane. Taylor & Aust PC, March 5, 2009: US20090060818-A1

A process for preparing trichlorosilane by reacting silicon with hydrogen chloride, or silicon tetrachloride with hydrogen in the presence of silicon, and catalysts where the silicon and catalysts are laminated together and reduced in particle size prior to reaction.


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Jon M Bill JR, Carl W Merkh: Process for producing trichlorosilane. Taylor & Aust PC, March 5, 2009: US20090060819-A1

A process for preparing high purity trichlorosilane (TCS) utilizing contaminated by-products of primary reaction products hydrogen chloride, metallurgical or chemical grade silicon stock, and/or by-products of the improved Siemens process, including “dirty” TCS containing low boiling impurities such ...


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Jon M Bill JR, Carl W Merkh, Charles L Griffith III: Enhancements for a chlorosilane redistribution reactor. Taylor & Aust PC, June 17, 2010: US20100150809-A1

The present invention includes a process and means for using two isolated by-products from the reaction of at least one of metallurgical silicon and silicon tetrachloride with at least one of anhydrous hydrogen chloride and hydrogen to produce trichlorosilane. The two isolated by-products are dichlo ...