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Arthur S Obermayer, Larry D Nichols: Vapor dispenser and method of making same. Moleculon Research Corporation, Richard P Crowley, November 2, 1982: US04356969 (72 worldwide citation)

A vapor dispenser which comprises a reservoir to contain a nonflowing liquid whose vapor is to be dispensed into the environment and an outer covering about the reservoir which includes a membrane vapor-emitting surface through which the vapor is dispensed from the reservoir to the environment.


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Arnold S Gould, Larry D Nichols: Puncture and cut resistant material and article. Pandiscio & Pandiscio, April 6, 1993: US05200263 (53 worldwide citation)

A puncture and cut resistant composite material comprising at least one elastomeric layer containing a plurality of flat platelets oriented substantially parallel to the plane of the elastomeric layer, wherein each of the platelets is a small, thin element substantially impervious to normally encoun ...


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Larry D Nichols: Controlled release materials and method of use. Moleculon Research Corporation, Richard P Crowley, October 12, 1976: US03985298 (50 worldwide citation)

A process for the controlled release of a substance which comprises impregnating a substance to be released into and within a cellulosic polymer-liquid composite material as a part of or all of the liquid phase, and the controlled release material as produced.


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Larry D Nichols: Color-change indicator. Moleculon Research Company, Joseph S Iandiorio, December 16, 1986: US04629330 (43 worldwide citation)

A color change indicator including: a liquid having a predetermined index of refraction and rate of evaporation; a reservoir for holding the liquid; and an opacifying layer of microporous material. The opacifying layer has an index of refraction approximately the same as that of the liquid and overl ...


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Arnold S Gould, Larry D Nichols: Method for making puncture and cut resistant material and article. Pandiscio & Pandiscio, April 18, 1995: US05407612 (36 worldwide citation)

A puncture and cut resistant composite material including at least one elastomeric layer containing a plurality of flat platelets oriented substantially parallel to the plane of the elastomeric layer, wherein each of the platelets is a small, thin element substantially impervious to normally encount ...


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Larry D Nichols: Skin fragrance compositions. Purepac, Thomas J Engellenner, James E Maslow, June 29, 1993: US05223251 (21 worldwide citation)

Liquefiable powder compositions are disclosed for the delivery of fragrances. In particular, microporous cellulosic powders, such as cellulose acetates or nitrates, are disclosed as high liquid content vehicles for the delivery of fragrance preparations dissolved or dispersed in a liquid carrier. Th ...


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Larry D Nichols: Foot care compositions. Moleculon, Thomas J Engellenner, James E Maslow, May 11, 1993: US05209932 (21 worldwide citation)

Liquefiable and porous powder compositions are disclosed for the delivery of topical foot-care preparations. In particular, microporous cellulosic powders, such as cellulose acetates or nitrates, are disclosed as high liquid-content vehicles for the delivery of foot-care preparations. The resulting ...


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Larry D Nichols: Analgesic compositions. Purepac, Thomas J Engellenner, James E Maslow, June 29, 1993: US05223267 (18 worldwide citation)

Liquefiable powder compositions are disclosed for the delivery of topical analgesics. In particular, microporous cellulosic powders, such as cellulose acetates or nitrates, are disclosed as high liquid content vehicles for the delivery of liquid analgesic preparations. The resulting powders permit t ...


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Larry D Nichols: Process of making gelled cellulose triacetate product. Moleculon, February 17, 1987: US04643856 (17 worldwide citation)

Gelled cellulose triacetate products are made by mixing with a solution of the cellulose triacetate an amount of miscible liquid nonsolvent agent insufficient to cause gelling, then cooling the mixture or evaporating the solvent to cause gelling.


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Larry D Nichols: Shaped articles containing liquefiable powders for delivery of cosmetic and other personal care agents. Moleculon, Thomas J Engellenner, March 19, 1991: US05000947 (16 worldwide citation)

Shaped articles, such as cakes, sticks and other compacts, formulated with liquefiable powders containing various agents are disclosed for the delivery of cosmetic and other personal care products. In particular, microporous cellulosic powders, such a cellulose triacetate (CTA), are disclosed as hig ...