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Blackburn John C, Freese Robert P, Perkins David L: Optical analysis system and method for real time multivariate optical computing. Ometric, September 17, 2008: EP1969326-A1 (34 worldwide citation)

An optical analysis system and method for determining information carried by light include a multivariate optical element disposed in the system to receive a source light from an illumination source; filtering the source light through a spectral element in the optical element analysis system; reflec ...


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Myrick Michael L, Freese Robert P, Perkins David L, Teague Terrell, Soltmann William, Zheleznyak Leonard: Novel multi-analyte optical computing system. University Of South Carolina, Myrick Michael L, Freese Robert P, Perkins David L, Teague Terrell, Soltmann William, Zheleznyak Leonard, MOOSE Harry E Jr, October 9, 2008: WO/2008/121684 (15 worldwide citation)

The present subject matter relates to methods of high-speed analysis of product samples. Light is directed to a portion of a product under analysis and reflected from or transmitted through the product toward a plurality of optical detectors. Signals from the detectors are compared with a reference ...


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Freese Robert W, Lekebusch Ronald C, Ulcickas Paul W: High intensity metal arc discharge lamp. GTE Sylvania Incorporated, Theodosopoulos James, August 19, 1975: US3900761 (14 worldwide citation)

A metal halide lamp, having two main electrodes and a starter electrode, has a resistor and a diode connected between the starter electrode and the adjacent main electrode. A second resistor is also in the circuit between the starter electrode and its connector to an external power supply. This circ ...


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Myrick Michael L, Freese Robert P, Priore Ryan J, Blackburn John C, James Jonathan H, Perkins David L: Optical analysis system for dynamic, real-time detection and measurement. Univ South Carolina, October 1, 2008: EP1974201-A1 (14 worldwide citation)

A method of high-speed processing and monitoring of a product, such as a pharmaceutical powder or tablet, comprises: moving the product (C) past an inspection station; illuminating at least a portion of the product with light; spectrally filtering a first portion of light carrying invormation about ...


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Myrick Michael L, Freese Robert P, James Jonathan, Priore Ryan J, Blackburn John C: Novel multivariate optical elements for optical analysis system. University Of South Carolina, Myrick Michael L, Freese Robert P, James Jonathan, Priore Ryan J, Blackburn John C, KLOSOWSKI Bernard S Jr, May 31, 2007: WO/2007/062202 (14 worldwide citation)

A method of developing a multivariate optical element for an optical analysis system includes forming an optically absorptive spectral element having an optically absorptive material, the optically absorptive material being absorbing in a predetermined spectral region; and utilizing the optically ab ...


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Perkins David L, Freese Robert P, Blackburn John C, James Jonathan H: In-line process measurement systems and methods. Ometric Corporation, Perkins David L, Freese Robert P, Blackburn John C, James Jonathan H, WILSON Charlotte C, October 9, 2008: WO/2008/121715 (14 worldwide citation)

A method of using multivariate optical computing in real-time to collect instantaneous data about a process stream includes installing an optical analysis system proximate a process line, the process line being configured to move a material past a window of the optical analysis system; illuminating ...


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Myrick Dr Michael L, Freese Robert P, Perkins David L, Teague Terrell, Soltmann William: Multi-analyte optical computing system. University Of South Carolina, Myrick Dr Michael L, Freese Robert P, Perkins David L, Teague Terrell, Soltmann William, MOOSE JR Harry E, May 15, 2008: WO/2008/057912 (14 worldwide citation)

The present subject matter relates to methods of high-speed analysis of product samples. Light is directed to a portion of a product under analysis and reflected from or transmitted through the product toward an optical detector. Signals for the detector are compared with reference signals based on ...


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Myrick Michael L, James Jonathan, Blackburn John C, Freese Robert P: Optical analysis system and optical train. University Of South Carolina, Myrick Michael L, James Jonathan, Blackburn John C, Freese Robert P, KLOSOWSKI Bernard S Jr, June 7, 2007: WO/2007/064578 (13 worldwide citation)

A multivariate optical computing and analysis system includes a light source configured to radiate a first light along a first ray path; a modulator disposed in the first ray path, the modulator configured to modulate the first light to a desired frequency; a spectral element disposed proximate the ...