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Subraman R Cherukuri, Raymond L Roy, Dominick R Friello, Stephen H Wolf: Coextruded chewing gum containing a soft non-SBR gum core portion. Nabisco Brands, Richard Kornutik, October 5, 1982: US04352823 (92 worldwide citation)

A coextruded chewing gum is provided which includes an extruded center portion surrounded by and bonded to an extruded outer shell portion. The center portion of the coextruded chewing gum formed of a non-SBR gum, will be of a generally soft consistency, a moisture content of at least about 5% up to ...


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Walter Hopkins, Dominick R Friello, Subraman R Cherukuri, Raymond L Roy, Donald A M Mackay: Chewing gum containing sugar substitute. Lawrence S Levinson, Burton Rodney, June 2, 1981: US04271197 (65 worldwide citation)

A chewing gum is provided which has improved softness and flexibility retention, and prolonged shelf life and contains as a plasticizer and sweetener a combination of a hydrogenated starch hydrolysate and sorbitol, and optionally, mannitol, glycerin, and/or gum arabic. The above chewing gum has been ...


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Subraman R Cherukuri, Raymond L Roy, Dominick R Friello, Stephen H Wolf: Coextruded chewing gum containing a soft core portion. Nabisco Brands, Richard Kornutik, October 5, 1982: US04352825 (60 worldwide citation)

A coextruded chewing gum is provided which includes an extruded center portion surrounded by and bonded to an extruded outer shell portion. The center portion of the coextruded chewing gum will be of a generally soft consistency, substantially softer than that ordinarily employed in chewing gums of ...


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Charles W Ehrgott, Raymond L Roy: Method and apparatus for forming chewing gum base and product. Life Savers, Lawrence S Levinson, Merle J Smith, Burton Rodney, November 30, 1976: US03995064 (54 worldwide citation)

Chewing gum base is prepared by separately blending selected groups of ingredients, and then combining and mixing the groups in predetermined order.


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Dominick R Friello, John E Beam, Wayne J Puglia, Raymond L Roy: Comestible containing moisture and shelf storage stabilized L-aspartic acid derivative. Nabisco Brands, Richard Kornutik, April 19, 1988: US04738854 (26 worldwide citation)

Comestible compositions such as chewing gum containing freely dispersed L-aspartic acid sweetening agent derivative, moisture, and optionally, a manufacturing heat history of at least 115.degree. F., are rendered storage stable relative to the retention of recoverable levels of the L-aspartic acid d ...


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Dominick R Friello, Raymond L Roy: Chewing gum containing non-dusting colors and method. Life Savers, Lawrence S Levinson, Merle J Smith, Burton Rodney, July 11, 1978: US04100301 (10 worldwide citation)

A chewing gum is provided which contains non-dusting colorants in the form of lake colors dispersed in an animal or vegetable type fatty acid or oil vehicle substantially. The gum may also contain artificial sweetners thereof.


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Raymond L Roy, Peter W Graves, Thomas J Loretz: Electron multiplier with increased-area channel. Detector Technology, Donald S Holland, December 20, 1994: US05374864 (5 worldwide citation)

A series of improved electron multipliers is shown which are capable of reducing the number of bombardments per unit area. In the preferred embodiment, the inner channel is significantly increased in surface area over that surface area of present-day multipliers. Because the surface area is increase ...


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Raymond L Roy: Bias for a conversion dynode in an electron multiplier. Detector Technology, Richard H Kosakowski, December 20, 1994: US05374827 (4 worldwide citation)

An electron multiplier is disclosed having separate detector and conversion dynode elements. A single power supply external to the electron multiplier is used to bias the detector element. A DC-to-DC voltage converter within the electron multiplier is responsive to the detector bias voltage for conv ...


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Raymond L Roy, Peter W Graves, Thomas J Loretz, Jonathan W Amy, George C Stafford Jr: Electron multiplier with replaceable rear section. Detector Technology, Donald S Holland, July 9, 1991: US05030878 (1 worldwide citation)

A segmented electron multiplier is disclosed with front and rear sections. The sections are specially designed so that the length of the rear section compared to the length of the front section is no less than 4:1. This permits multiple replacements of the rear section, after the multiplier wears ou ...