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John B Carter, Scott H Davis, Daniel J Dietterich, Steven J Frank, Robert S Phillips, John Woods, David Porter, Hsin H Lee: System and method for providing highly available data storage using globally addressable memory. Mangosoft Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, June 1, 1999: US05909540 (300 worldwide citation)

A network of computer node interface to globally addressable memory system that provides persistent storage of data exchange periodic connectivity information. The exchanged connectivity information provides information regarding node failure to other nodes in the system, and the surviving nodes use ...


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Stephen John Peel, David John Woods, Michael Scott, John Christopher Regnault, Christopher John Gibbins, Russel Eaden: Detecting possible fraudulent communication usage. British Telecommunications public company, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, May 25, 1999: US05907602 (108 worldwide citation)

A method of, and a system for, detecting possible fraudulent use of a telecommunications network. Call event records, both call initiation and call completion records, are examined. A call record has a number of key fields, e.g. called number, calling number, calling card number, and for each field ...


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Clifford S Crossland, Alan Johnson, John Woods, Elliot G Pitt: Paraffin alkylation process. Chemical Research & Licensing Company, Kenneth H Johnson, October 20, 1992: US05157196 (58 worldwide citation)

Paraffin alkylation using solid, particulate catalyst is carried out by preparing an alkane-catalyst mixture in a wash zone, passing the alkane-catalyst mixture to a plug flow reactor where a minor amount of olefin is introduced to contact the alkane-catalyst mixture and react to form alkylate and t ...


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John Woods: Directly mountable adjustable spray nozzle. Roger A Marrs, June 17, 1997: US05639026 (50 worldwide citation)

A multi-nozzle sprayer for high pressure fluid is disclosed herein adapted to be installed on the discharge nozzle of a pressurized spray container. The spray nozzle includes an elongated body having an open-ended central bore terminating at one end in a mounting tube and at its opposite end in a di ...


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Stephen J Harris, M Anthony McKervey, David P Melody, John Woods, John M Rooney: Bonding method utilizing cyanoacrylate adhesive having calixarene accelerator. Loctite, Vidas & Arrett, January 12, 1988: US04718966 (45 worldwide citation)

Cyanoacrylate adhesive compositions which employ calixarene compounds as accelerators give substantially reduced fixture and cure times on de-activating substrates such as wood. The calixarene compounds are preferably employed at levels of about 0.1-1% by weight of the composition.


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Stephen J Harris, M Anthony McKervey, David P Melody, John Woods, John M Rooney: Instant adhesive composition utilizing calixarene accelerators. Loctite, Walter J Steinkraus, Eugene F Miller, December 3, 1985: US04556700 (43 worldwide citation)

Cyanoacrylate adhesive compositions which employ calixarene compounds as additives give substantially reduced fixture and cure times on de-activating substrates such as wood. The calixarene compounds are preferably employed at levels of about 0.1-1% by weight of the composition.


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Paul Conway, David P Melody, John Woods, J Eisirt Casey, Bernard J Bolger, Francis R Martin: Radiation-activatable anaerobic adhesive composition. Loctite, Walter J Steinkraus, Eugene F Miller, August 6, 1985: US04533446 (41 worldwide citation)

An anaerobic adhesive composition activatable by ultraviolet or visible radiation is disclosed which forms strong bonds with lapped surfaces and which is comprised of (a) an anaerobically polymerizable acrylate ester monomer, (b) a compound which decomposes upon exposure to ultraviolet or visible li ...


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Stephen J Harris, M Anthony McKervey, David P Melody, John Woods, John M Rooney: Instant adhesive composition utilizing calixarene accelerators. Loctite, Walter J Steinkraus, Eugene F Miller, January 13, 1987: US04636539 (40 worldwide citation)

Cyanoacrylate adhesive compositions which employ calixarene compounds as additives give substantially reduced fixture and cure times on de-activating substrates such as wood. The calixarene compounds are preferably employed at levels of about 0.1-1% by weight of the composition. The calixarene compo ...


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John M Rooney, John Woods, Paul Conway: Polymerizable acrylic compositions having vinyl ether additive. Loctite, Walter J Steinkraus, Eugene F Miller, June 25, 1985: US04525232 (31 worldwide citation)

Polymerization of acid activated compositions of acrylic monomers, peroxy initiators and ferrocene derivatives is inhibited by addition of 0.5-20% of a vinyl ether monomer. Bulk compositions activated by addition of a strong acid can be provided with a desired polymerization induction time directly ...