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S Fred Brunk: Desiccant bottle cap. January 17, 2006: US06986807 (15 worldwide citation)

The desiccant bottle cap includes a cap structure and a desiccant material adhered thereto. The desiccant bottle cap is preferably used to cover a medicine bottle so that the efficiency of the medicine disposed therein will not be impaired by moisture resulting from humid air entering the bottle. In ...


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Wolfgang Becker, Fred Brunk: Refractory material. Dr C Otto Feuerfest, Jones & Askew, June 21, 1994: US05322826 (11 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a material which is refractory, porous, resistant to fluorine-containing gases, stable in its volume and heat-insulation, particularly in the form of formed bricks, for a refractory, heat-insulating lining in electrolytic cells, in which metal aluminum is extracted by electr ...


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S Fred Brunk: Apparatus and method for measuring differences in the transmission of light through a lens of an eye. Richard C Litman, August 7, 2007: US07252382

The apparatus for measuring differences in the transmission of light through a lens of an eye is an eye chart has two main sections including a test section that displays a shade of a test color and a reference section that displays either a spectrum of shades, or a different shade of, the test colo ...


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S Fred Brunk: Apparatus and method for measuring differences in the transmission of light through a lens of an eye. Richard C Litman, Litman Law Offices, September 8, 2005: US20050195362-A1

The apparatus for measuring differences in the transmission of light through a lens of an eye is an eye chart has two main sections including a test section that displays a shade of a test color and a reference section that displays either a spectrum of shades, or a different shade of, the test colo ...


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S Fred Brunk: Desiccant bottle cap. Richard C Litman, Litman Law Offices, August 11, 2005: US20050172814-A1

The desiccant bottle cap includes a cap structure and a desiccant material adhered thereto. The desiccant bottle cap is preferably used to cover a medicine bottle so that the efficiency of the medicine disposed therein will not be impaired by moisture resulting from humid air entering the bottle. In ...