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Reginald Tobias: Multiplex spectroscopy. George E Kersey, January 9, 1996: US05483335 (196 worldwide citation)

Analysis of energy emanating from a source having a focal plane by converting the energy from the source into modulated spectral components simultaneously distributed according to frequency along a flat field, using, for example, a modulator, and then detecting and demodulating the spectral componen ...


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Reginald Tobias: Two-dimensional spectrometer. IMO, Hopgood Calimafde Kalil Blaustein & Judlowe, January 15, 1991: US04984888 (105 worldwide citation)

The invention contemplates a two-dimensional spectrometer wherein a single catadioptric system is both the collimator and the camera for two-pass use of any two-dimensionally dispersed spectrometer. Off-axis aberration effects are minimized by arranging a fiber optic as the light-entrance aperture, ...


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Antonio Varano, Reginald Tobias: Gas chromatograph for continuous operation with infrared spectrometer. Block Engineering, Robert L Slater Jr, July 26, 1977: US04038055 (32 worldwide citation)

An improved gas chromatograph for "on line" use with absorption spectrum analyzers, particularly, infrared spectrometers. The new chromatograph has been adapted for compatibility with a variety of absorption spectrum analysis instruments from the standpoint of cycling time, dimensions, thermal chara ...


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Reginald Tobias: Multiplex spectroscopy. George E Kersey, January 16, 1996: US05485268 (18 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for analyzing energy emanating from a source by converting energy from the source into spectral components distributed according to frequency along a flat field, combining the spectral components into a beam, detecting the beam which combines the spectral components and demodula ...


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Reginald Tobias: Identification and quantificaation of refrigerants. George E Kersey, October 10, 1995: US05457528 (5 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for identifying a refrigerant by determining the spectrum of the refrigerant in the absence of a sensing reagent and converting the spectrum into an indicium of the type of refrigerant.


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David Brown, Reginald Tobias: Dissimilar materials seal for high pressure, high temperature and chemically reactive environments. Block Engineering, Robert L Slater Jr, October 11, 1977: US04053085 (5 worldwide citation)

A seal apparatus for making demountable gas tight seals between juxtaposed dissimilar material parts in high temperature, high pressure and chemically reactive environments. The seal is comprised of two or more concentric elastomer washer seals mounted in a first juxtaposed part within a recessed ch ...


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Joseph H Jackson, Robert M Gavin III, Richard C Tighe, Steve McNerney, Wu Jiang, Todd E French, Reginald Tobias: Instrument excitation source and calibration method. Molecular Devices, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, May 11, 2010: US07714301 (3 worldwide citation)

An apparatus including an LED excitation source and module useful for full plate imaging fluorescence instruments as well as methods for calibrating such instruments. The apparatus may include a light source operative to provide simultaneous illumination of a first wavelength selected to a plurality ...


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Joseph H Jackson, Robert M Gavin, Richard C Tighe, Steve McNerney, Wu Jiang, Todd E French, Reginald Tobias: Instrument excitation source and calibration method. David J Brezner, Dorsey & Whitney, December 29, 2005: US20050285129-A1

An LED excitation source and module useful for full plate imaging fluorescence instruments as well as methods for calibrating such instruments.