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Albert Robert Eyer, Weed Grant Barg: Water-dispersible pesticide aggregates. E I Du Pont de Nemours & Co, November 18, 1975: US3920442 (116 worldwide citation)

Coherent, essentially isodimensional, free-flowing, water-soluble or water-dispersible pesticide aggregates which are resistant to attrition in shipping and storage and which will pass a U.S. Standard 10-mesh sieve and will be retained on a U.S. Standard 140-mesh sieve comprising a mixture of from 5 ...


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Robert Edward Burrell, Larry Roy Morris, Prasad Shrikrishna Apte, Sudhindra Bharat Sant, Kashmir Singh Gill: Anti-microbial materials. Westaim Technologies, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, September 28, 1999: US05958440 (91 worldwide citation)

Anti-microbial coatings and method of forming same on medical devices are provided. The coatings are preferably formed by depositing an anti-microbial, biocompatible metal by vapour deposition techniques to produce atomic disorder in the coating such that a sustained release of metal ions sufficient ...


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Robert Edward Burrell, Larry Roy Morris, Prasad Shrikrishna Apte, Sudhindra Bharat Sant, Kashmir Singh Gill: Anti-microbial materials. Westaim Technologies, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, January 25, 2000: US06017553 (89 worldwide citation)

Anti-microbial coatings and method of forming same on medical devices are provided. The coatings are preferably formed by depositing an anti-microbial, biocompatible metal by vapor deposition techniques to produce atomic disorder in the coating such that a sustained release of metal ions sufficient ...


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Robert Edward Burrell, Larry Roy Morris, Prasad Shrikrishna Apte, Sudhindra Bharat Sant, Kashmir Singh Gill: Anti-microbial materials. Westaim Technologies, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, November 17, 1998: US05837275 (73 worldwide citation)

Anti-microbial coatings and method of forming same on medical devices are provided. The coatings are preferably formed by depositing an anti-microbial, biocompatible metal by vapor deposition techniques to produce atomic disorder in the coating such that a sustained release of metal ions sufficient ...


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Earl P Moore: Tablet formulations of pesticides. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, James A Costello, January 19, 1993: US05180587 (66 worldwide citation)

A tablet formulation comprising: (i) a pesticide characterized by low or no water solubility, and (ii) a complementary delivery system containing an organic acid, an inorganic base, a dispersant, a disintegrant, and a wetting agent.


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Masao Ogawa, Toshiro Ohtsubo, Shigenori Tsuda: Boron carbonate and solid acid pesticidal composition. Sumitomo Chemical Company, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, August 3, 1993: US05232701 (63 worldwide citation)

A composition excellent in dispersibility and diffusion in water, and storage stability comprising a) a pesticidal active ingredient, b) a surface active agent, c) a carbonate, d) a solid acid and e) at least one selected from the group consisting of boron oxide and metaboric acid, wherein at least ...


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Robert M Gale: Method for increasing oxygen supply by administering vasodilator. Alza Corporation, Paul L Sabatine, Edward L Mandell, Steven F Stone, July 18, 1989: US04849226 (59 worldwide citation)

A medical bandage is disclosed comprising a reservoir containing a gelled fluid, rheological agent and a drug. A method of using the bandage for producing a beneficial effect is disclosed also.


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Robert M Gale: Novel bandage for administering beneficial drug. ALZA Corporation, Paul L Sabatine, Edward L Mandell, Shelley G Precivale, February 16, 1988: US04725272 (52 worldwide citation)

A medical bandage is disclosed comprising a reservoir containing a gelled fluid, rheological agent and a drug. A method of using the bandage for producing a beneficial effect is disclosed also.


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Olga Koper, Kenneth J Klabunde: Nanoparticles for the destructive sorption of biological and chemical contaminants. Nantek, Hovey Williams Timmons & Collins, May 2, 2000: US06057488 (47 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for destroying a target component, such as hydrocarbons, halogenated hydrocarbons, diethyl-4-nitrophenylphosphate (paraoxon), 2-chloroethyl ethyl sulfide (2-CEES), dimethylmethylphosphonate (DMMP), bacteria such as Bacillus Cereus, Bacillus Globigii, Chlamydia and/or Rickettsiae ...


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Garvey Michael Joseph, Griffiths Ian Charles, Rennie John Harold Stewart: Spheroidal silica.. Unilever, Unilever, December 7, 1988: EP0294206-A2 (47 worldwide citation)

Porous spheroidal silica having a particle size in the range 1 to 400 microns, axial ratios of 1:1 to 1:12 has up to 50% by weight of the SiO2 of included material, such as for example perfumes, flavouring materials, pigments, germicides, bactericides, fungicides, bleaching agents, skin benefit agen ...