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John Stanley Lovell: Chemically-impregnated silicate agents for mercury control. ADA Technologies, Sheridan Ross P C, May 23, 2006: US07048781 (40 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a contaminant removal agent comprising a polyvalent metal sulfide on the surface of an inert substrate. The substrate can be a layered silicate, such as vermiculite, an aluminosilicate such as montmorillonite, or a nonlayered silicate such as a zeolite. The agent ...


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John Stanley Lovell, Patrick D French, Anthony René Barringer: Strobe desorption method for high boiling point materials. ADA Technologies, Sheridan Ross P C, May 24, 2005: US06895804 (18 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a system and method for detecting substances, such as high boiling and low vapor pressure materials, using high energy radiation imparted by a suitable radiation source, such as a strobe or laser over a short time period. The radiation source causes the materials to vapo ...


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John Stanley Lovell, Thomas E Broderick, Craig S Turchi, Amanda K Kimball: High capacity regenerable sorbent for removing arsenic and other toxic ions from drinking water. ADA Technologies, Sheridan Ross P C, February 27, 2007: US07183235 (12 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a sorbent comprising a disordered polyvalent metal oxide on the surface of an inert substrate. The substrate can be a layered silicate, such as vermiculite, an aluminosilicate such as montmorillonite, or a nonlayered silicate such as a zeolite. The sorbent remove ...


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John Stanley Lovell, Thomas E Broderick, Craig S Turchi, Amanda K Kimball: High capacity regenerable sorbent for removal of arsenic and other toxic ions from drinking water. ADA Technologies, Sheridan Ross P C, February 5, 2008: US07326346 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a sorbent comprising a disordered polyvalent metal oxide on the surface of an inert substrate. The substrate can be a layered silicate, such as vermiculite, an aluminosilicate such as montmorillonite, or a nonlayered silicate such as a zeolite. The sorbent remove ...


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Kent D Henry, John Stanley Lovell: Stroboscopic liberation and methods of use. ADA Technologies, Sheridan Ross P C, November 16, 2010: US07833802 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a system and method for detecting substances, such as explosives and/or drugs, using, in part, short bursts of energy light from a relatively low energy strobe. Embodiments include coupling the strobe with a detector for use in a portable hand-held unit, or a unit capabl ...


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John Stanley Lovell, Patrick D French, Anthony René Barringer: Strobe desorption method for high boiling point materials. ADA Technologies, Sheridan Ross P C, November 27, 2007: US07299679 (4 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a system and method for detecting substances, such as high boiling and low vapor pressure materials, using high energy radiation imparted by a suitable radiation source, such as a strobe or laser over a short time period. The radiation source causes the materials to vapo ...


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Kent D Henry, John Stanley Lovell: Stroboscopic liberation and methods of use. ADA Technologies, Sheridan Ross P C, February 19, 2013: US08377711 (3 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a system and method for detecting substances, such as explosives and/or drugs, using, in part, short bursts of energy light from a relatively low energy strobe. Embodiments include coupling the strobe with a detector for use in a portable hand-held unit, or a unit capabl ...


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John Stanley Lovell, Patrick D French, Anthony Rene Barringer: Strobe desorption method for high boiling point materials. Sheridan Ross PC, August 12, 2004: US20040157342-A1

The invention is directed to a system and method for detecting substances, such as high boiling and low vapor pressure materials, using high energy radiation imparted by a suitable radiation source, such as a strobe or laser over a short time period.


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John Stanley Lovell, Thomas E Broderick, Craig S Turchi, Amanda K Kimball: High capacity regenerable sorbent for removal of arsenic and other toxic ions from drinking water. ADA Technologies, Douglas W Swartz, Sheridan Ross PC, December 28, 2006: US20060293170-A1

The present invention is directed to a sorbent comprising a disordered polyvalent metal oxide on the surface of an inert substrate. The substrate can be a layered silicate, such as vermiculite, an aluminosilicate such as montmorillonite, or a nonlayered silicate such as a zeolite. The sorbent remove ...


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Kent D HENRY, John Stanley LOVELL: Stroboscopic liberation and methods of use. ADA Technologies, Sheridan Ross PC, October 5, 2006: US20060219937-A1

The invention is directed to a system and method for detecting substances, such as explosives and/or drugs, using, in part, short bursts of energy light from a relatively low energy strobe. Embodiments include coupling the strobe with a detector for use in a portable hand-held unit, or a unit capabl ...