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Richard Hahn: Electronic equipment modular cabinet system. Polster Lieder Woodruff & Lucchesi, November 24, 1992: US05165770 (79 worldwide citation)

A modular electronic equipment cabinet system has a support structure constructed primarily of steel tubing of square cross-section. The support structure is integrally welded to provide a cabinet of maximum strength, minimum size, minimum expense and minimum weight, when compared to prior art cabin ...


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Gary Thomas Burns, James Richard Hahn, Clifford Carlton Reese: Hydrophobic organosilicate-modified silica gels. Dow Corning Corporation, William F Boley, May 12, 1998: US05750610 (30 worldwide citation)

The present invention is hydrophobic organosilicate-modified silica gels and a method for their preparation. The method comprises two steps, where in the first step an organosilicate-modified silica hydrosol is heat treated in the presence of a strong mineral acid at a pH less than about pH 1 to for ...


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Gary Thomas Burns, Qin Deng, James Richard Hahn, Clifford Carlton Reese: Method for making hydrophobic silica gels under neutral conditions. Dow Corning Corporation, William F Boley, January 13, 1998: US05708069 (26 worldwide citation)

The present invention is hydrophobic silica gels and a method for their preparation under neutral conditions. The method comprises two steps, where in the first step the pH of a silica hydrosol is adjusted with a base to within a range of about pH 3 to pH 7 to facilitate formation of a silica hydrog ...


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Peter P Kucharczyk, Richard Hahn: Combination planing and finishing tool. Cohn Powell & Hind, June 30, 1987: US04675975 (23 worldwide citation)

This combination tool (10) includes a body (12) attachable to a drill press (16) by means of a shaft (14). The body includes an end face (34) for attachment of an abrasive finishing disc (36) and provides a mounting for cutter inserts (40). Each cutter insert includes a horizontal cutting edge (46') ...


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Gary Thomas Burns, Jon Vierling DeGroot Jr, James Richard Hahn, Daniel Anton Harrington, Patricia Ann Moore: Method for making hydrophobic non-aggregated colloidal silica. Dow Corning Corporation, William F Boley, April 18, 2000: US06051672 (23 worldwide citation)

A method for making hydrophobic non-aggregated colloidal silica comprising reacting an aqueous suspension of a hydrophilic non-aggregated colloidal silica having an average particle diameter greater than about 4 nm with a silicon compound at a pH less than about pH 4 in the presence of a sufficient ...


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Qin Deng, James Richard Hahn, Kiersten Lynn Shephard: Method for preparing hydrophilic silica gels with high pore volume. Dow Corning Corporation, William F Boley, Jennifer S Warren, May 29, 2001: US06239243 (19 worldwide citation)

A method for the preparation of hydrophilic silica gels with high pore volume. In the preferred method a hydrophilic silica hydrogel treated with an organosilicon compound to effect hydrophobing of the silica hydrogel is heated in the presence of an oxidizing atmosphere to a temperature sufficient t ...


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Gary Thomas Burns, Qin Deng, James Richard Hahn, Thomas G Krivak, Timothy A Okel, Clifford Carlton Reese: Method for preparation of hydrophobic precipitated silica. Dow Corning Corporation, William F Boley, February 6, 2001: US06184408 (16 worldwide citation)

A method for the preparation of hydrophobic precipitated silica. The method comprises contacting an aqueous suspension of a hydrophilic precipitated silica with (1) a catalytic amount of an acid and (2) an organosilicon compound in the presence of (3) a water-miscible organic solvent in an amount su ...


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Gary Thomas Burns, James Richard Hahn, Clifford Carlton Reese: Method for preparing hydrophobic silica gels. Dow Corning Corporation, William F Boley, August 4, 1998: US05789514 (13 worldwide citation)

A method for the preparation of hydrophobic silica gels which are useful as reinforcing fillers in rubber compositions. The method comprises two steps, where in the first step a silica hydrosol is contacted with a sufficient concentration of a strong mineral acid at a pH less than about pH 1 to form ...


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Matthew Richard Hahn: Permanently mounted vehicle shade. Nydegger & Associates, August 1, 2000: US06095231 (12 worldwide citation)

A permanently mounted vehicle shade draws a blind across an aperture that is formed by the vehicle chassis, in order to shade the vehicle interior. To do this, a pair of hollow guide tracks are mounted on the chassis opposite the aperture from each other. For each guide track, a carriage is threaded ...