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Karl F Mueller, William R Good: Water-insoluble hydrophilic copolymers. Ciba Geigy Corporation, Luther A R Hall, March 11, 1980: US04192827 (104 worldwide citation)

A water-insoluble hydrophilic gel comprising: (A) about 30 to about 90% of a hydrophilic (a) polymer of identical or different water-soluble mono-olefinic monomers, or (b) copolymer of said water-soluble monomers with 1 to 70% of water-insoluble, identical or different mono-olefinic monomers, which ...


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Karl F Mueller, William R Good: Water-insoluble hydrophilic copolymers used as carriers for medicaments and pesticides. Ciba Geigy Corporation, Luther A R Hall, December 8, 1981: US04304591 (68 worldwide citation)

A water-insoluble hydrophilic gel comprising: (A) about 30 to about 90% of a hydrophilic (a) polymer of identical or different watersoluble mono-olefinic monomers, or (b) copolymer of said watersoluble monomers with 1 to 70% of water-insoluble, identical or different mono-olefinic monomers, which po ...


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Charles D Ebert, Werner Heiber, William R Good, Srinivasan Venkateshwaran: Transdermal delivery system with adhesive overlay and peel seal disc. TheraTech, Morrison & Foerster, September 2, 1997: US05662925 (61 worldwide citation)

A device for administering an active agent to the skin or mucosa of an individual comprising a laminated composite of an adhesive overlay, a backing layer underlying the central portion of the adhesive overlay, an active agent-permeable membrane, the backing layer and membrane defining a reservoir t ...


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Karl F Mueller, William R Good: Water-insoluble hydrophilic copolymers. Ciba Geigy Corporation, Luther A R Hall, July 7, 1981: US04277582 (55 worldwide citation)

A water-insoluble hydrophilic gel comprising: (A) about 30 to about 90% of a hydrophilic (a) polymer of identical or different watersoluble mono-olefinic monomers, or (b) copolymer of said watersoluble monomers with 1 to 70% of water-insoluble, identical or different mono-olefinic monomers, which po ...


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Randell L Mills, William R Good, Jonathan Phillips, Arthur I Popov: Lower-energy hydrogen methods and structures. Blacklight Power, Jeffrey S Farkas & Manelli PLLC Melcher, February 15, 2000: US06024935 (45 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for releasing energy from hydrogen atoms (molecules) by stimulating their electrons to relax to quantized lower energy levels and smaller radii (smaller semimajor and semiminor axes) than the "ground state" by providing energy sinks or means to remove energy resonant with the h ...


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Karl F Mueller, William R Good: Water-insoluble hydrophilic copolymers used as carriers for medicaments and pesticides. Ciba Geigy Corporation, Luther A R Hall, December 4, 1979: US04177056 (25 worldwide citation)

A water-insoluble hydrophilic gel comprising: (A) about 30 to about 90% of a hydrophilic (a) polymer of identical or different water-soluble mono-olefinic monomers, or (b) copolymer of said water-soluble monomers with 1 to 70% of water-insoluble, identical or different mono-olefinic monomers, which ...


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James C Long, Monroe J Willner, William R Good: Magnetic field intensity measuring device with frequency change indication. Hughes Aircraft Company, Leonard A Alkov, W H MacAllister, December 8, 1981: US04305034 (11 worldwide citation)

A device powered by a DC source produces an output signal the frequency of which changes as a function of changes in external magnetic fields sensed by such device. A pair of non-linear amplifiers are interconnected so that the output of one amplifier is the input of the other amplifier. An inductiv ...


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William R Good, John Mikes, Joseph Sikora: Hydrogels with increased organic solvent soluble active agent loading capacity, their preparation and the use thereof. Ciba Geigy Corporation, Irving M Fishman, October 10, 1989: US04873086 (10 worldwide citation)

An organic solvent soluble active agent containing water-insoluble hydrophilic hydrogel comprising a copolymer of (A) a water-soluble monoolefinic monomer or a mixture thereof optimally containing up to 50% thereof of one or more water-insoluble mono-olefinic monomers and (B) a terminally diolefinic ...


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Tamie Kurihara Bergstrom, William R Good, Charles D Ebert: Transdermal administration of a systemic active agent to a premature neonatal infant. Ciba Geigy Corporation, Irving M Fishman, August 1, 1989: US04853227 (6 worldwide citation)

A method of treating a premature neonatal infant of a gestational age between about 24 and about 35 weeks with a pharmaceutically acceptable, systemically active, substantially skin compatible, water-soluble neonatal therapeutic agent having a molecular weight below about 5000, and which agent is su ...


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