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Robert E Corba, Allen D Miller, D James Musiel, Frederick H Martin, Stephanie Bohrer, Jack E Miller: Assembly for simultaneous dispensing of multiple fluids. S C Johnson & Son, March 21, 1995: US05398846 (207 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the simultaneous dispensing of fluids from multiple containers in a pre-determined ratio. The apparatus has a pump, at least two fluid containers, a fluid transfer device including dip tubes to transfer fluid from the containers to the pump, a venting system that prevents the creati ...


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Andrew G Tsuk, Frederick H Martin: Dosage form. American Home Products Corporation, August 3, 1976: US03972995 (183 worldwide citation)

The disclosure is directed to dosage forms for buccal administration of a drug and are directly applicable to the interior surfaces of the mouth. The dosage form is comprised of a support member, which is water insoluble, waterproof and flexible, a moisture activated, adhesive precursor applied to o ...


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Frederick H Martin, Thomas A Helf, David J Schram, Maryann Jashinske, David A Tomkins, Edward J Martens III: S C Johnson & Son, January 29, 2002: US06341732 (70 worldwide citation)

Liquid to be atomized is supplied from a wick to the underside of a vibrating orifice plate which pumps the liquid up through atomizing orifices in the plate and ejects the liquid from is upper side; and liquid which is pumped up through the orifices in an elevated region of the plate, but which has ...


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Richard W Avery, Frederick H Martin, Sean G Dwyer, Colin W Brown: Production of stable hydrolyzable organosilane solutions. S C Johnson & Son, R E Rakoczy, J W Frank, May 2, 1995: US05411585 (59 worldwide citation)

A method of improving the stability and broadening the range of pH stability of an aqueous solution of from about 0.001% to 5% by weight of a water soluble organosilane containing hydrolyzable groups such as methyltrimethoxysilane, 3-(trimethoxysilyl)propyldimethyloctadecyl ammonium chloride and 3-( ...


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Frederick H Martin: Topical treatment of aphthous stomatitis. American Home Products Corporation, Adley F Mandel, December 22, 1981: US04307075 (56 worldwide citation)

A novel method of treating aphthous stomatitis, lesions, sores and blisters affecting the mucous membranes and surrounding areas comprising topical application of tape dosage forms containing minor amounts of topically effective active ingredients is disclosed.


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Frederick H Martin, Andrew G Tsuk: Therapeutic compositions with enhanced bioavailability. American Home Products Corporation, Adley F Mandel, August 17, 1982: US04344934 (43 worldwide citation)

Novel compositions comprising wetted mixtures of poorly soluble drugs with water soluble polymers useful in increasing bioavailability are disclosed.


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Frederick H Martin, Jose Porchia, Julie M Grissmeyer: Method of producing an electrically charged film. S C Johnson Home Storage, January 25, 2005: US06846449 (6 worldwide citation)

A method of producing an electrically charged film includes the steps of forming a molten thermoplastic material into a web, electrically charging the web while the web is at a temperature substantially at or above a solidification temperature thereof, cooling the web below the solidification temper ...


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David C Long, Frederick H Martin, John A Weeks: Methods for evaluating chemical components based on their proposed function in the product they are to be used in. S C Johnson & Son, December 6, 2005: US06973362 (4 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are methods for evaluating the environmental impact of various chemical components as a function of their proposed functional use in a chemical product, methods for formulating products based on those evaluations, and databases for assisting in those methods. Consumer products can be envir ...


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Jose Porchia, Julie M Grissmeyer, Frederick H Martin, Pamela J Taylor: Film material. S C Johnson Home Storage, May 31, 2005: US06899931 (3 worldwide citation)

A material includes a first film layer that carries an electric charge, a second film layer secured to the first film layer to form a pocket and a volatile substance disposed in the pocket.


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David C Long, Frederick H Martin, John A Weeks: Methods for evaluating chemical components based on their proposed function in the product they are to be used in. S C Johnson & Son, August 22, 2006: US07096084 (3 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are methods for evaluating the environmental impact of various chemical components as a function of their proposed functional use in a chemical product, methods for formulating products based on those evaluations, and databases for assisting in those methods. Consumer products can be envir ...