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Paul J Serbiak, David R King, Patricia A Mitchler, Alice Y Romans Hess, Thomas W Van Den Bogart, Robert J Peerenboom, Valerie V Finch, James J Hlaban: Thin sanitary napkin having a central absorbent zone and a method of forming the napkin. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Thomas J Connelly, September 28, 1993: US05248309 (117 worldwide citation)

A thin sanitary napkin is disclosed along with its method of manufacture. The napkin has a liquid-impermeable baffle and an absorbent retained on the baffle. The absorbent has a longitudinally-extending central absorbent zone with a width of less than about 2 inches. The central zone is capable of a ...


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David R King: Methods and apparatus for charge coupled device image acquisition with independent integration and readout. Cognex Corporation, David J Powsner, August 19, 2003: US06608647 (88 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for image acquisition utilize a charge coupled device having a photosensitive region that responds to an applied transfer signal by transferring charge accumulated on the collection sites to the corresponding readout sites. The non-photosensitive region responds to a read signa ...


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Laurie Couture Dorschner, Valerie V Finch, Thomas H Gilman, David R King, Ann M Nichols: Absorbent article having enhanced wicking capacity. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Thomas J Connelly, March 28, 1995: US05401267 (71 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is disclosed which exhibits enhanced wicking capacity. The absorbent article includes a liquid-permeable cover, a liquid-impermeable baffle and an absorbent enclosed therebetween. The absorbent is constructed of first, second and third members. Each member has a wicking capacity ...


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Joseph DiPalma, David R King, Thomas H Gilman, Laurie Couture Dorschner, Timothy S Stilp, Valerie V Finch: Article having a non-absorbent resilient layer. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Mark L Davis, March 11, 1997: US05609588 (62 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article, such as a sanitary napkin, has an absorbent and a substantially non-absorbent resilient layer adjacent to the absorbent. The absorbent is sufficiently stiff to resist twisting of the absorbent article during use. The resilient layer is sufficiently resilient to resist bunching ...


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David R King, Gary C Adler, Joseph E Korleski, Michelle M H Waters: Matched low dielectric constant, dimensionally stable adhesive sheet. W L Gore & Associates, Victor M Genco Jr, July 29, 1997: US05652055 (54 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an improved adhesive sheet (also known as a "bond ply," "bond film," or "prepreg") material suitable for bonding together electric circuit boards and other electrical components. The adhesive sheet of the present invention comprises a combination of a porous expanded polytet ...


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David R King, Robert Wolff: Methods and apparatus for concurrently acquiring video data from multiple video data sources. Cognex Corporation, Choate Hall & Stewart, June 11, 1996: US05526050 (50 worldwide citation)

The invention provides apparatus and methods for concurrently acquiring video data from multiple video data sources. The invention comprises an asynchronous interface that collects pixel data from multiple video data sources. A packet manager collects the pixel data and generates a packet data signa ...


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Herbert Edward Reinhold III, Kent S Knaebel, Mark Huber, David R King: Separation of gases by pressure swing adsorption. Nitrotec Corporation, Cammarata & Grandinetti, August 11, 1998: US05792239 (40 worldwide citation)

A natural gas feed stream containing significant quantities of nitrogen and/or carbon dioxide can be increased to a content of greater than 95 percent by volume of natural gas, and preferably greater than about 98 percent, by passing the natural gas feed stream sequentially through three adsorbent b ...


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Herbert W Reinhold III, Mark Huber, David R King: Pressure swing system with auxiliary adsorbent bed. Nitrotec Corporation, Cammarata & Grandinetti, May 25, 1999: US05906673 (32 worldwide citation)

The invention is a pressure swing adsorption system. The pressure swing adsorption system has a plurality of primary adsorbent beds and at least one secondary adsorbent bed. The feed gas stream is flowed to a primary adsorbent bed loaded with an adsorbent that will preferentially adsorb certain comp ...


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Bradley E Reis, David R King: Surface mount technology compatible EMI gasket and a method of installing an EMI gasket on a ground trace. Gore Enterprise Holdings, Allan M Wheatcraft, July 3, 2001: US06255581 (25 worldwide citation)

A surface mount technology compatible electromagnetic interference (EMI) gasket assembly includes an electrically conductive gasket material, a solderable electrically conductive support layer, and an adhesive or other mechanical assembly for affixing the electrically conductive gasket material to t ...


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David R King: PTFE reinforced compliant adhesive and method of fabricating same. W L Gore & Associates, Victor M Genco Jr, April 30, 1996: US05512360 (25 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a fluoropolymeric substrate that is formed from at least one layer of porous, expanded polytetrafluoroethylene having a void volume of at least 50% and containing 15 to at most 40% by weight adhesive that is evenly distributed within the substrate to allow exterior s ...