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James H Johnston, George D Hermann, Tanya A Atagi: Heatable dilation catheter. Thomas J Fogarty, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, December 1, 1987: US04709698 (605 worldwide citation)

A heatable dilation catheter includes an elongated flexible catheter which has an inflatable balloon attached to its distal end. The balloon has a heating element attached to it. A lumen provides a passageway which allows fluid to be introduced to inflate the balloon so that the heating element is i ...


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Ross T Harper, James H Johnston, Nicholas Wiseman: Controlled precipitation of amorphous, silica from geothermal fluid or aqueous media having a silicic acid concentration. Tasman Pulp & Paper Co, Geochemistry Research, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, April 6, 1993: US05200165 (17 worldwide citation)

A method of obtaining precipitated amorphous silicas with substantially a tertiary aggregate structure (whether as an aqueous slurry, as cake, gel or otherwise) useful for coating and/or incorporation in paper and other substrates (e.g. rubber, plastics and the like) from a geothermal fluid (natural ...


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Ross T Harper, James H Johnston, Nicholas Wiseman: Controlled precipitation of amorphous silica from geothermal fluids or other aqueous media containing silicic acid. Tasman Pulp & Paper Co, Geochemistry Research, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, January 21, 1997: US05595717 (5 worldwide citation)

A more efficient utilization of geothermal energy by allowing flashing of the produced water to a lower temperature. This is accomplished by causing additional quantities of silica to precipitate out of the geothermal water as particles rather than as scale on process equipment. These particles are ...


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Harry L Aiken III, James H Johnston: Paint ball pocket for slingshots. Bergman & Jeckle PLLC, March 31, 2009: US07509952 (5 worldwide citation)

A paintball pocket for a crotch type slingshot, having a pocket strap with opposing elongate end portions, each end portion defining a hole to releasably interconnect with an elastomeric draw strap communicating with the slingshot. The pocket strap having a paintball cavity defined by four tear stop ...


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Harry L Aiken, James H Johnston: Paint ball pocket for slingshots. Bergman & Jeckle Pllc, May 1, 2008: US20080099003-A1

A paintball pocket for a crotch type slingshot, having a pocket strap with opposing elongate end portions, each end portion defining a hole to releasably interconnect with an elastomeric draw strap communicating with the slingshot. The pocket strap having a paintball cavity defined by four tear stop ...


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