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Larry L Swette, Arthur E Griffith, Anthony B LaConti: Potential and diffusion controlled solid electrolyte sensor for continuous measurement of very low levels of transdermal alcohol. Giner, Hale and Dorr, August 31, 1999: US05944661 (263 worldwide citation)

A method for continuous tracking of blood alcohol, is comprised of 1) a potential- and diffusion-controlled electrochemical solid polymer electrolyte sensor that continuously and concurrently measures very low concentrations of ethanol vapor at the surface of the skin as well as skin properties such ...


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Clark K Colton, Larry L Swette: Method of delivering oxygen to cells by electrolyzing water. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, April 9, 2002: US06368592 (56 worldwide citation)

Oxygen is supplied to cells in vitro or in vivo by generating oxygen with an oxygen generator that electrolyzes water to oxygen and hydrogen. Oxygen can be generated substantially without generating free hydrogen using a multilayer electrolyzer sheet having a proton exchange membrane sandwiched by a ...


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Larry L Swette, Anthony B LaConti: Solid polymer electrolyte electrochemical oxygen control system with integral reactor feedback sensing. Giner Electrochemical Systems, Hale and Dorr, January 30, 2001: US06179986 (34 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a novel proton-exchange membrane (PEM) based solid polymer electrolyte electrochemical oxygen control (EOC) system that can deplete and control the oxygen from a closed container to levels sufficient for both disinfestation and preservation. With the use of this electrochemical process, ...


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Anthony B LaConti, William A Titterington, Larry L Swette, Ricardo Leon: Proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrochemical cell having an integral, electrically-conductive, compression pad. Giner Electrochemical Systems, Kriegsman & Kriegsman, December 31, 2002: US06500319 (27 worldwide citation)

Electrochemical cell comprises, in one embodiment, a proton exchange membrane (PEM), an anode positioned along one face of the PEM, and a cathode positioned along the other face of the PEM. To enhance electrolysis, platinum catalysts are present between the anode and the PEM and between the cathode ...


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Jose Giner, Larry L Swette: Nickel-hydrogen battery. Tyco Laboratories, Schiller & Pandiscio, November 9, 1976: US03990910 (16 worldwide citation)

A rechargeable battery comprising two or more electrochemical cells using a reoxidizable nickel oxide at the positive electrode and hydrogen as the negative electrode reactant. The electrodes of the cells are disposed in a common chamber in a battery case and connected so as to series couple the cel ...


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Larry L Swette: Transcription-copy feeder. March 2, 1982: US04317565 (6 worldwide citation)

A foot-operable electromechanical paper feeding device designed to display handwritten or printed information in continual serial line order for transcription to typewritten copy or computer terminal entry. The transcription copy feeder displays single lines of any letter height in a fixed horizonta ...


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Anthony B LaConti, William A Titterington, Larry L Swette, Ricardo Leon, Kwang S Kim: Proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrochemical cell having an integral, electrically-conductive, resiliently compressible, porous pad. Giner Electrochemical Systems, Kriegsman & Kriegsman, October 21, 2008: US07438985 (3 worldwide citation)

Electrolysis cell comprises, in one embodiment, a proton exchange membrane (PEM), an anode positioned along one face of the PEM, and a cathode positioned along the other face of the PEM. A multi-layer metal screen for defining a first fluid cavity is placed in contact with the outer face of the anod ...


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Anthony B LaConti, William A Titterington, Larry L Swette, Ricardo Leon, Kwang S Kim: Proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrochemical cell having an integral, electrically-conductive, resiliently compressible, porous pad. Giner Electrochemical Systems, Kriegsman & Kriegsman, June 12, 2007: US07229534 (3 worldwide citation)

Electrolysis cell comprises, in one embodiment, a proton exchange membrane (PEM), an anode positioned along one face of the PEM, and a cathode positioned along the other face of the PEM. A multi-layer metal screen for defining a first fluid cavity is placed in contact with the outer face of the anod ...


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Larry L Swette, Mourad Manoukian, Monjid Hamdan, Anthony LaConti, Ali Akbar Sohanghpurwala, William T Scannell: Reference electrode for monitoring steel-in-concrete potentials. Giner, October 12, 1999: US05964992 (3 worldwide citation)

A graphite reference electrode for use in the cathodic protection of steel embedded in concrete has been produced with a stable catalyzed structure that when equilibrated with air or oxygen and an electrolyte reaches a reproducible and reversible redox potential. This stable device is produced by ex ...


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Anthony B LaConti, William A Titterington, Larry L Swette, Ricardo Leon, Kwang S Kim: Proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrochemical cell having an integral, electrically-conductive, resiliently compressible, porous pad. Giner Electrochemical Systems, Kriegsman & Kriegsman, August 28, 2007: US07261967 (2 worldwide citation)

Electrolysis cell comprises, in one embodiment, a proton exchange membrane (PEM), an anode positioned along one face of the PEM, and a cathode positioned along the other face of the PEM. A multi-layer metal screen for defining a first fluid cavity is placed in contact with the outer face of the anod ...



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