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James J Myrick: SOI methods and apparatus. Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, May 7, 1996: US05514885 (248 worldwide citation)

A charge coupled device is fabricated from a monocrystalline semiconductor-on-insulator (SOI) composite structure.


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Peter H Brown, Federico D Carvallo, Robert C Dinwoodie, Michael T Dueber, David K Hayashi, R G Krishnamurthy, Zohar M Merchant, James J Myrick, Richard S Silver, Chrisanthus Thomas: Enzymatic method for preparing transesterified oils. Kraft General Foods, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, February 22, 1994: US05288619 (109 worldwide citation)

An enzymatic transesterification method for preparing a margarine oil having both low trans- acid and low intermediate chain fatty acid content is disclosed. The method includes the steps of providing a transesterification reaction mixture containing a stearic acid source material and an edible liqu ...


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James J Myrick: Diamond-like carbon optical waveguide. Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, May 13, 1997: US05629532 (43 worldwide citation)

An optical circuit device has a carbon optical waveguide structure which has a substrate. A first carbon layer is atop the substrate and has a first refractive index. A carbon optical waveguide core is positioned atop the first layer and has a second refractive index different than the first refract ...


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James J Myrick: Method of making SOI recrystallized layers by short spatially uniform light pulses. Q Dot, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, June 14, 1988: US04751193 (41 worldwide citation)

Method is provided for manufacturing large crystalline and monocrystalline semiconductor-on-insulator devices.


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James J Myrick: Production of metals and their alloys. March 2, 2004: US06699305 (30 worldwide citation)

Method for producing powdered metallic products by reacting aluminum subchloride vapor with a powdered oxide reactant such as Iron oxide, cobalt oxide, nickel oxide and boron oxide to form a solid metallic powder product mixed with aluminum oxide, together with aluminum trichloride vapor byproduct.


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James J Myrick: Steel reinforced concrete systems. August 16, 2005: US06929865 (13 worldwide citation)

Noncorroding reinforcing steel, and steel reinforced concrete, which has an adherent bond with hydrated concrete formed by a thermally sprayed hydraulically reactive layer of a material such as blast furnace slag on the steel surface.


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Jimbay P Loh, Ramanathapur G Krishnamurthy, Daniel G Lis, Richard N McArdle, Zohar M Merchant, Lisa Anne Preston, Jerome F Trumbetas, Susan M Vidal, Vernon C Witte, James J Myrick: Gel composition method of making and products containing same. Kraft Foods, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, November 21, 2000: US06149962 (7 worldwide citation)

A gel composition of water, substantially linear polymeric monosaccharide and insoluble material exhibiting exceptional gel strength, thermal stability and organoleptic properties that may be utilized as a fat mimetic in food products. A preferred manufacturing method includes microparticulating the ...


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James J Myrick: Nanoparticles, compositions, manufacture and applications. Husch Blackwell, September 19, 2017: US09765271

There are disclosed energetic nanoparticle compositions and materials containing silicon and other energetic elements, and methods of manufacturing the same, including reacting silicon nanoparticles and unsaturated alkene or alkyne to form covalently bonded surface coatings passivated against surfac ...


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Andrew J Myrick, James J Myrick: Electrochemical neuron systems. James J Myrick, June 24, 2004: US20040122475-A1

The present invention relates to methods and systems for functionally stimulating or coupling neurons and neuron target cells to electronic circuits, which use a stimulating electrode and an ion selective zone adjacent the cell membrane of the cell to be stimulated which selectively absorbs and expe ...


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James J Myrick: Steel reinforced concrete systems. James J Myrick, November 28, 2002: US20020177003-A1

Noncorroding reinforcing steel, and steel reinforced concrete, which has an adherent bond with hydrated concrete formed by a thermally sprayed hydraulically reactive layer of a material such as blast furnace slag on the steel surface.



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