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Arunachalam T Ram, Joseph A Manico, Kathleen R Gisser, Peter J Cowdery Corvan, Thomas D Weaver: Time and temperature integrating indicator device. Eastman Kodak Company, Andrew J Anderson, August 15, 2000: US06103351 (40 worldwide citation)

Time and temperature integrating devices for providing a visually observable indication of cumulative thermal exposure are disclosed comprising (a) a substrate having thereon a thermally sensitive image-forming area comprising a combination of (i) an organic silver salt oxidizing agent and (ii) a re ...


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Heidi E Dankosh, Kathleen R Gisser, Thomas N Blanton, Dilip K Chatterjee, Seshadri Jagannathan: Photothermographic elements. Eastman Kodak Company, Edith A Rice, December 26, 2000: US06165705 (6 worldwide citation)

This invention comprises a photothermographic element comprising a support bearing an imaging layer comprising:


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Kathleen R Gisser, Morgan S Sibbald, Wanda J Smith, Janice K Dreshar, Donald A Prochazka: High quality antimicrobial paint composition. The Sherwin Williams Company, Deron A Cook, James C Scott, Vivien Y Tsang, September 15, 2015: US09131683

A high quality paint formulation comprises water, latex polymer, pigment, and a quaternary ammonium compound. The high quality paint is capable of killing gram positive bacteria, gram negative bacteria at a rate of greater than 3 logs within 2 hours of application of bacteria to a painted surface. T ...


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Kathleen R Gisser, Diane E Kestner, Alain M Enon: Method of processing motion picture print film to provide improved laser subtitling performance, and processed motion picture print film. Sarah Meeks Roberts, Patent Legal Staff, September 5, 2002: US20020123006-A1

A method for processing and laser ablation marking an imagewise exposed motion picture photographic film element which comprises a support having on a front side thereof one or more image-forming units comprising at least one light-sensitive silver halide emulsion layer is described, comprising proc ...


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Kathleen R Gisser, Diane E Kestner, Alain M Enon: Method of processing motion picture print film to provide improved laser subtitling performance, and processed motion picture print film. Eastman Kodak Company, Andrew J Anderson, July 30, 2002: US06426172

A method for processing and laser ablation marking an imagewise exposed motion picture photographic film element which comprises a support having on a front side thereof one or more image-forming units comprising at least one light-sensitive silver halide emulsion layer is described, comprising proc ...