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Rosenthal Louis A, Davis Donald A: Film treating process. Union Carbide Corporation, May 29, 1973: US3736493 (9 worldwide citation)

A process is disclosed for the surface treatment of a plastic body, employing an alternating voltage of high intensity accompanied by corona discharge, which comprises exposing said surface to high frequency alternating voltage and accompanying corona discharge, the frequency of said alternating vol ...


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Rosenthal Louis A, Davis Donald A: Apparatus for film treatment. Union Carbide Corporation, May 29, 1973: US3736494 (6 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus are disclosed for the surface treatment of a plastic body by exposure to a high intensity voltage in the sonic frequency range accompanied by corona discharge, which comprises employing as said voltage a series of alternating-directional pulses of electrical voltage produced by ...


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Rosenthal Louis A, Davis Donald A: Apparatus for film treating. Union Carbide Corporation, April 24, 1973: US3729672 (4 worldwide citation)

Apparatus is disclosed for the surface treatment of a plastic body by exposure to a high intensity voltage accompanied by corona discharge employing a solid state sonic frequency pulse generator.


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Kabik Irving, Rosenthal Louis A: Apparatus for controlling the fabrication of electroexplosive devices. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, July 3, 1973: US3742811 (3 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for controlling the fabrication of electroexplosive evices. An electroexplosive device is loaded with an explosive by pressure loading or ignition drop or other techniques, the explosive surrounding an electroexplosive bridge-wire located within the device. A self-balancing br ...


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Rosenthal Louis A, Davis Donald A: Film treating method. Union Carbide Corporation, May 29, 1973: US3736492 (2 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for the surface treatment of a plastic body by exposure to a high intensity voltage accompanied by corona discharge wherein said voltage is a sequence of alternating-directional, sonic frequency pulses of electrical voltage.


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Taub Dennis D, Blank Kenneth J, Moors Marlena A, Rosenthal Louis A: Xanthine suppression of antigen activation of t- or b-cells. Temple University Of The Commonwealth System Of, MONACO Daniel A, March 4, 1993: WO/1993/003728

Antigen-specific or superantigen-induced activation of T- or B-cells is inhibited by 3-alkylxanthines having formula (I) wherein R is selected from the group consisting of hydrogen, methyl, (a) and (b); R¿1? is selected from the group consisting of hydrogen, methyl, (a) and (b); R¿2? is selected fro ...


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