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Mary E Counts, Willie G Houck Jr, Kenneth S Houghton, A Clifton Lilly Jr, Peter J Lipowicz, James L Myracle, F Murphy Sprinkel, James M Washington, Susan E Wrenn: Electrical smoking article having continuous tobacco flavor web and flavor cassette therefor. Philip Morris Incorporated, Kevin B Osborne, James E Schardt, Charles E B Glenn, January 2, 1996: US05479948 (102 worldwide citation)

An electrical smoking article is provided in which tobacco flavor medium is carried past a heater by a continuous web. The web, which preferably is substantially non-combustible, may bear continuous tobacco flavor medium or spaced-apart portions of tobacco flavor medium. A flavor cassette for such a ...


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Donald Spector: Scented sticker. Michael Ebert, August 11, 1981: US04283011 (100 worldwide citation)

A scented sticker attachable to an article of clothing or other surface, the sticker including an applique sheet which is profiled to simulate the appearance of an odoriferous object such as a fruit or flower. Secured to the rear of the sheet is a shallow dish containing a pad saturated with a volat ...


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Alfred J DiSapio, William R Pfister, Mary A Sheeran: Multi-laminate fragrance release device. Dow Corning Corporation, Jim DeCesare, October 17, 1989: US04874129 (92 worldwide citation)

A multi-layered multi-laminate sustained release device capable of releasing fragrances, colognes, and perfumes, at a controlled rate for a prolonged period of time and having a first layer of a pressure sensitive adhesive release liner for providing a protective peel strip for the device, a second ...


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Barbara L Fritz, John T Olson, Stephen A Morganson, William E Sullivan: Air freshener device and cartridge with battery. Ecolab, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, August 30, 1994: US05342584 (87 worldwide citation)

An air freshener device (200) has a cartridge (100). The cartridge (100) has a housing (101) having a tray (102). A first fragrance (105) is in a first cavity (103) and a second fragrance (106) is in a second cavity (104). A fragrance diffuser (130) is operatively connected to the tray (102) and pos ...


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Scott A Hayes, Alan P Lonneman: Air freshener. Woodco Manufacturing, Burd Bartz & Gutenkauf, May 4, 1999: US05899382 (76 worldwide citation)

A device for releasing a volatile substance into an environment in a controlled/metered manner. A reservoir made of a substance-absorbent material that is impregnated with a volatile substance in its liquid phase is located in a cavity open at the front surface of a container body made of a material ...


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Mark E Peltier: Electrostatic vapor/aerosol/air ion generator. In Vironmental Integrity, Moore & Hansen, March 23, 1993: US05196171 (71 worldwide citation)

The controlled generation of vapors and/or aerosols from liquids is accomplished by applying a regulated, DC voltage to a wick-like, porous emitter or generator assembly which is supplied with the desired liquid to be vaporized. An electrostatic charge is applied to the liquid by means of an electro ...


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Jean Francois Lhoste, Thierry Delage: Device for diffusing volatile liquids. Reckitt & Colman, Browdy and Neimark, November 11, 1986: US04621768 (69 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a diffusing device for volatile liquids to affect the immediate environment, or perfume or deodorize a room; such device comprising a bottle (1) containing the liquid for diffusion (2), in which a wick (M) is partially immersed; a cover cap (3) fitted to the said bottle by ...


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Eftichios Van Vlahakis, John A Manolas, Michael J Marrese: Deodorant container and perfumed stable gel assembly and method of manufacture. Eftichios Van Vlahakis, Wallenstein Wagner & Hattis, June 28, 1994: US05324490 (68 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a perfumed stable gel and to a deodorant container which retains a deodorant in the form of that perfumed stable gel, and which is adapted for use with various deodorant dispensers. The present invention also relates to a method of manufacture for the perfumed stable ...


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Chi Long Lee, Gerald A Gornowicz, Frank P Larkin, Ryuzo Mikami: Container, method and composition for controlling the release of a volatile liquid from an aqueous mixture. Dow Corning Corporation, Robert Spector, December 27, 1988: US04793555 (61 worldwide citation)

Films and coatings formed from a specified class of organosiloxane/urethane copolymers are unique by virtue of their high permeability to volatile ingredients in the form of aqueous compositions and their inertness to the ingredients of these compositions. Containers wherein at least a portion of th ...


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Norman Davis: System and method for controlled release of vapors. American Felt & Filter Company, Martin Smolowitz, June 28, 1988: US04753389 (59 worldwide citation)

An improved system and method for providing a controlled release of vapors from a vaporizable material such as a fragrance material provided in a container for air freshening. The system includes a sealable container containing a porous reservoir medium, which contains a liquid fragrance material in ...